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Camping Turiscampo Bungalow Park
Lagos, Portugal
Open all year round, the campsite is located 5 km from Lagos “a jewel in the crown of the Algarve”, 25 km from the Cape of San Vicente, the westernmost point in Europe, which was the starting point for the caravels of the great Portuguese navigators. Spread out over an area of 72,000 m2, it has 200 camping pitches measuring 70 to 100 m2 with electricity and some with water and drainage. A mixture of Atlantic and Mediterranean climate makes the winters mild. We offer you our modern, well-kept facilities with one of the largest and most modern Californian pools in the country. Relax and take advantage of the fantastic sun in the Algarve. Surrounded by green areas and gardens, it has an area for adults, children and lifeguard surveillance.
Copyright: Rui Ferreira, Moura Portugal
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Uploaded: 27/06/2013
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Tags: camping; algarve; lagos; piscina; swimming pool; portugal; beach. praia; luz. nature; restaurant; summer; moon; nigth
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