Camping Markádia-Odivelas by dawn
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Camping Markádia-Odivelas by dawn

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A: Camping Markadia Barragem De Odivelas Alvito Alentejo Walking The Lake 7

by Carlos Chegado, 60 meters away

Walking around the lake shore. The Markádia Camping is a natural park in the middle of Alentejo owned...

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B: Camping Markadia Barragem De Odivelas Alvito Alentejo Entry

by Carlos Chegado, 100 meters away

This is the entrance of the park. THe buildings are the reception on the right and the mini-market on...

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C: Camping Markadia Barragem De Odivelas Alvito Alentejo Walking The Lake 6

by Carlos Chegado, 110 meters away

Walking around the lake shore. The Markádia Camping is a natural park in the middle of Alentejo owned...

Camping Markadia Barragem De Odivelas Alvito Alentejo Walking The Lake 6

D: Camping Markadia Barragem De Odivelas Alvito Alentejo Walking The Lake 5

by Carlos Chegado, 110 meters away

Walking around the lake shore. The Markádia Camping is a natural park in the middle of Alentejo owned...

Camping Markadia Barragem De Odivelas Alvito Alentejo Walking The Lake 5

E: Camping Markadia Barragem De Odivelas Alvito Alentejo Walking The Lake 8

by Carlos Chegado, 140 meters away

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Camping Markadia Barragem De Odivelas Alvito Alentejo Walking The Lake 8

F: Camping Markadia Barragem De Odivelas Alvito Alentejo Restaurant

by Carlos Chegado, 200 meters away

This is one of the joys of the park, the main restaurant enjoys a great overview of the whole area, b...

Camping Markadia Barragem De Odivelas Alvito Alentejo Restaurant

G: Camping Markadia Barragem De Odivelas Alvito Alentejo Overview

by Carlos Chegado, 210 meters away

Another view that shows how abundant the trees are around the park, mainly Azinheiras and Sobreiros w...

Camping Markadia Barragem De Odivelas Alvito Alentejo Overview

H: Camping Markadia Barragem De Odivelas Alvito Alentejo Walking The Lake 4

by Carlos Chegado, 220 meters away

Walking around the lake shore. The Markádia Camping is a natural park in the middle of Alentejo owned...

Camping Markadia Barragem De Odivelas Alvito Alentejo Walking The Lake 4

I: Camping Markadia Barragem De Odivelas Alvito Alentejo Second Restaurant

by Carlos Chegado, 230 meters away

This is a secondary restaurant that also has this nice view towards the lake and it's perfect for din...

Camping Markadia Barragem De Odivelas Alvito Alentejo Second Restaurant

J: Camping Markadia Barragem De Odivelas Alvito Alentejo Swimming Pool

by Carlos Chegado, 230 meters away

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Camping Markadia Barragem De Odivelas Alvito Alentejo Swimming Pool

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