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Why Camping Saõ Pedro de Moel?

  • Relaxing campsite 500m from the beach
  • Enjoy the laid back Portuguese pace
  • Tip: Fado nights in the beautiful towns of Coimbra or leira

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Camping Saõ Pedro de Moel

In the heart of the Pinhal de Leiria woods, just 1km from a lovely sandy beach. Yes, camping Saõ Pedro de Moel certainly has a great location. Plus camping is really camping here, in Portuguese style. Time to relax!

  • A nice, spacious campsite with a pleasant atmosphere. No rushing around here and the Portuguese holiday rythm just makes your heart beat faster. Plenty of time to take it easy!
  • A basic campsite but with good facilities. These include a swimming pool with waterslide, a restaurant with a bar, a supermarket and lots of sports facilities including a tennis court. All that plus the Portuguese sunshine - what more could you want?
  • Want a bit of shade? The pine trees provide plenty. Just pick your spot, then pick up your book and have a glass of port wine to hand. That's what we call a holiday.
  • Children will have a nice time too. Activities and entertainment are organised in high season.
  • Another advantage - all the facilities are open throughout the year.

The surrounding of Camping Saõ Pedro de Moel

The province to the north of Lisbon is called Estremadura, and the costal area is called Costa de Prata. To many visitors this is one of the most beautiful coastlines in Portugal. High rocks, beautiful views and intimate beaches.

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Recommended by our region specialist

"Perfectly located in a forest only half a kilometre from the beach. Lovely coastal area with bays, mountains and fantastic beaches. Close by is Leiria with a castle set on a rock."

Accommodations offered on this campsite:

Accommodations offered on this campsite:

Swimming & Pools

Swimming and waterfun

  • Children's pool: 1 (29/05/2021 - 19/09/2021)
  • mesures 1st swimming pool: 256
  • sunbeds in the pool area are free of charge
  • swimming cap not mandatory
  • swimming shorts allowed
  • outdoor pool: 1 (29/05/2021 - 19/09/2021)
  • mesures 1st children's pool: 36

Extra Water fun

  • waterslide: 1 (29/05/2021 - 19/09/2021)

Facilities

Eating and drinking

  • bar
  • Take away meals
  • Snack bar
  • restaurant: 1

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  • electric barbecue not allowed
  • laundrette
  • Grocery shop
  • dryer
  • gas barbecue allowed
  • charcoal barbecue allowed
  • credit cards are accepted: Mastercard and Visa
  • wifi: only in the central area (free of charge)
  • barbecue equipment available(to be paid)

Activities & Sports

Sports and Playing

  • Small play ground
  • table tennis
  • Manage <10 km
  • tennis: on the campsite: 1
  • electronic games

Entertainment

Animation

  • entertainment: English
  • entertainment: Portuguese
  • Entertainment for toddlers
  • Entertainment for children
  • Entertainment for teenagers
  • Entertainment for adults

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Surroundings

The province to the north of Lisbon is called Estremadura, and the costal area is called Costa de Prata. To many visitors this is one of the most beautiful coastlines in Portugal. High rocks, beautiful views and intimate beaches.

Some tips for your holiday at Camping Saõ Pedro de Moel in Marinha Grande

  • The larger city of Leiria, which is also the district's capital, is not far away. A huge castle set on a high rock towers the city.
  • Fátima is also worth a visit, especially the large basilica made from white stone that was built after the city became a pilgrimage destination in 1917.
  • Further north is Coimbra, a lively student city where they play and sing the Fado music a bit differently to that of Lisbon.
  • Close to Coimbra are the interesting Roman archaeological sites of Conimbraga.
  • Enjoy a day out in Lisbon.

Some tips for your holiday at Camping Saõ Pedro de Moel in Marinha Grande

  • The larger city of Leiria, which is also the district's capital, is not far away. A huge castle set on a high rock towers the city.
  • Fátima is also worth a visit, especially the large basilica made from white stone that was built after the city became a pilgrimage destination in 1917.
  • Further north is Coimbra, a lively student city where they play and sing the Fado music a bit differently to that of Lisbon.
  • Close to Coimbra are the interesting Roman archaeological sites of Conimbraga.
  • Enjoy a day out in Lisbon.
  • Nearest airport: Porto (OPO) at 100 km
  • Bus station: 500 m
  • Area: hilly and wooded
  • Nearest city/village: 10 km
  • Nearest sea: at 0,5 km from the Atlantic Ocean
  • Supermarket: 10 km

Surroundings

The province to the north of Lisbon is called Estremadura, and the costal area is called Costa de Prata. To many visitors this is one of the most beautiful coastlines in Portugal. High rocks, beautiful views and intimate beaches.

Some tips for your holiday at Camping Saõ Pedro de Moel in Marinha Grande

  • The larger city of Leiria, which is also the district's capital, is not far away. A huge castle set on a high rock towers the city.
  • Fátima is also worth a visit, especially the large basilica made from white stone that was built after the city became a pilgrimage destination in 1917.
  • Further north is Coimbra, a lively student city where they play and sing the Fado music a bit differently to that of Lisbon.
  • Close to Coimbra are the interesting Roman archaeological sites of Conimbraga.
  • Enjoy a day out in Lisbon.

Some tips for your holiday at Camping Saõ Pedro de Moel in Marinha Grande

  • The larger city of Leiria, which is also the district's capital, is not far away. A huge castle set on a high rock towers the city.
  • Fátima is also worth a visit, especially the large basilica made from white stone that was built after the city became a pilgrimage destination in 1917.
  • Further north is Coimbra, a lively student city where they play and sing the Fado music a bit differently to that of Lisbon.
  • Close to Coimbra are the interesting Roman archaeological sites of Conimbraga.
  • Enjoy a day out in Lisbon.
  • Nearest airport: Porto (OPO) at 100 km
  • Bus station: 500 m
  • Area: hilly and wooded
  • Nearest city/village: 10 km
  • Nearest sea: at 0,5 km from the Atlantic Ocean
  • Supermarket: 10 km

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