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    We are travelling down to the Algarve in January from Santander.

    Armacao de Pera Camping is where we are going. Stayed there in 2012/13
    Although its not the greatest site in Portugal it was the people there that really made it.

    Staying at least a month is where you get the best deals.
    Wi-fi is not free but the showers are and there is a bar/cafe. It is 10 mins for the town with loads of cafes and eateries there.

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    At Armacao de Pera there is a car park right on the sea front last year it was 1.50 per night this included cassette emptying and water. Not allowed to sit outside your van though but it was right on the beach anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grath View Post
    I posted a few links earlier in this thread, you might even see me in a pic
    Which thread is that please? Any coordinates for Armacao de Pera anyone? I'm making a list as they come up just in case I get to Portugal too 😄

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    Quote Originally Posted by carol View Post
    Which thread is that please? Any coordinates for Armacao de Pera anyone? I'm making a list as they come up just in case I get to Portugal too 😄
    it's on the eastern end of the beach by the fisherman's huts, if you ever get there, there's a great walk along from there to Gale beach,then a short walk to Evaristo,where we lived for months, then onto Castello. lovely stretch of coast

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    Quote Originally Posted by carol View Post
    Which thread is that please? Any coordinates for Armacao de Pera anyone? I'm making a list as they come up just in case I get to Portugal too 😄
    Try these...37.100676, -8.355761
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    portugal sites for winter.

    Lots of places to park,as was mentioned earlier we normally try to wild park and only go to sites when we want to do washing. Sagres campsite is reasonable and is part of the Orbitur group,you can buy an extended ticket which gives you free days,There is a very clean site in Evora where we have stopped twice,so we go there buy the ticket then you have the option of about 10 sites through Portugal. As for Aires there is a very nice one in the hills at Monchique,a few in in Silves but they do get busy (great area though) we normally wild park outside town. If you haven't already got it you should get the Vicarious book for Portugal,we also have the ones for France and Benelux. Used with a satnav they are great.The aire at Lagos is ok but not many places so you need to get there early,we normally use it for dumping and water and then go to the marina for the night,haven't been since 2015 tho so not sure how the GNR ar at the moment.The aire in Quateira is ok but gets busy and we prefer the campsite on the opposite side of the road,it has big pitches and is an easy walk into town/beach.

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