Portugal Campervan Hire
Dreaming of warm sunny days in the Algarve? Watching the kids on the beach playing in the sand? Visiting Portugal in a campervan is one of the most popular activities that families, couples and groups of friends do for their holidays.
Portugal has something for everybody all year around. Fantastic beaches, amazing countryside, friendly people, great food and plenty of campsites and Aires. Many are free places to overnight. These are good places to meet other campers and safe for the children.
Surfers park up next to beaches to surf some of the greatest waves around Europe. Surf, eat, surf, eat, sleep. I think that's how it goes. Cheap campers are available from Lisbon, Porto and Faro. Larger campervans and motorhomes are also available. Share the cost of a 4-berth or 6-berth with a shower and wc.
These larger vehicles are perfect for a group of friends travelling around Portugal on a road trip or for families. Children love sleeping in these homes on wheels! Climb up above the cab and snuggle into the double bed. A kingdom!
For couples there are smaller two berth campers with showers and wc and either a double bed or two singles. Some vehicles have a fixed double bed saving you the time making up the bed daily.
The larger campers also offer bunk beds. It is important to get the sleeping arrangements right before you embark on a holiday in a camper.
Portugal's motorhomes are made to make your holiday special. The larger vehicles have garages and bike racks. Portugal has hundreds of cycle routes. What better way to cycle a round trip and return to the comforts of home...a meal from locally sourced food and a glass of excellent local wine.
There is plenty for the adventurer too. Park up outside jeep trekking, canoe or kayak the rivers, climb mountains, surf, ride through the national parks, go quad biking, canyoning. There is plenty to get the adrenalin flowing.
For the quieter option, park up and stay in one place for a few days knowing that everything is on hand. All campers and motorhomes have kitchen facilities on board. It is easy to cook and the larger campervans and motorhomes have good sized fridges for keeping everything chilled. Stock up on everything you need for a few days and head to the remote areas where you will be fully self-sufficient for a few days. If the vehicles are not on a powered site then the battery power will last about three days. Water is heated using gas as is the onboard cook tops. Fridges can be switched between charging as you drive along; battery powered, powered directly from a power supply when plugged in on a campsite or in some cases they run on gas.
Make sure the water tanks are full and the gas bottles topped up. Heaters will keep the camper warm on chiller days and nights. These are often diesel powered so no need to drain the batteries.
Portugal has a good range of campers. If you need to talk over which camper is best for you then contact us. We are here to help.
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