Camping Lima Escape är en camping i Entre Ambos os Rios, Viana do Castelo, belägen i skogen, vid en flod/ en bäck och vid en sjö/en rekreationsplats. Denna camping med sluttande terräng har platser med skugga och platser med lite skugga. Det finns möjlighet att hyra tält, husbilar, lägenheter och bungalows.
På Camping Lima Escape gäller följande regler för husdjur:
- Hund(ar) tillåtna i lågsäsong (bundna)
- Hund(ar) tillåtna i högsäsong (bundna)
För den sportige semestervandraren har campingen olika cykelleder. I den närliggande omgivningen kan du också simma en flod/ en bäck och i en sjö/rekreationspool.
Att laga sin egen mat är inte alltid nödvändigt, för på campingen finns en snackbar och en restaurang (med stort urval). På campingen kan du också köpa färskt bröd. Det är möjligt att komma ut på internet, därför att det finns en trådlöst internet-punkt
Detail information about this campsite
Denna inspektör gör varje år ett besök på Camping Lima Escape och inspekterar campingen för ca 200 faciliteter och för andra förekommande punkter. Inspektören är en medarbetare från ACSI och arbetar inte för campingen.
Genomsnittlig värdering: 7,8
- Sanitära inrättningar
- Mat och dryck
Generally a very positive stay in the \"T1+1 TOP\" bungalow for five nights. There were four of us - me, my wife, our adult daughter and our grandson.
The campsite is situated on a peninsula that borders the Lima River and is flanked by the Froufe and Tamente rivers. The site itself is heavily wooded, primarily with tall pine trees, providing a sense of emersion in nature whilst also supplying much appreciated shade during the hot summer days. In addition to plots for tents and campervans, the site also rents five permanent ‘glamour tents’, two houses and five bungalows.
We booked the only split-level bungalow (called T1+1 TOP). It has a bedroom with a balcony on the upper floor. The lower floor consists of a living room with pull-out couch, a small bathroom and a kitchenette. There is also a ground floor, outdoor patio with table and chairs. There is no air-conditioning but an electric fan is provided in the bedroom. The kitchenette includes a sink, a small fridge, a two-burner electric hob and a microwave. The bathroom is small and tight, located under the spiral staircase that leads to the upper level. The bungalow was somewhat cramped for four of us, but a whole lot more comfortable than a tent would have been. We were able to park directly outside our bungalow which was very useful.
My wife and I had the upper bedroom and the plan was for our daughter and grandson to share the pull-out couch. But after one night, it was clear that the couch was too narrow for two people to sleep comfortably. For the second night, we set up an air-bed and sleeping bag for our grandson in the bedroom. He couldn’t sleep well on that either! So, for the remaining three nights, he slept between me and my wife on the bed and he finally got some good sleep.
We particularly enjoyed the upper balcony and the ground floor patio. The patio was great for eating meals, or for enjoying a glass of wine. Around dusk, we enjoyed sitting outside watching small bats as they flitted between the trees and around our bungalow. Very cool indeed! We didn’t experience any mosquitoes whilst we were there and I wondered whether the bats were to be thanked for that.
Kayaks can be rented to take advantage of the campsite’s ideal location for water activities, with three-hour rental periods available in the morning and afternoon. We opted for an afternoon rental, between 3.00pm and 6.00pm, and thoroughly enjoyed it.
Whilst the campsite website advertises other activities, they are all off-site via other companies. And there is very little information posted at reception.
Our hopes of doing a horseback trek were dashed, as they only operate on weekends and were fully booked. Guess we should have booked in advance!
There are four natural swimming pools near to the site. Information on these is clearly posted.
Wifi is only available close to the reception building and, to be honest, it is virtually useless, unless there is nobody else using it. We had to rely on internet access via our phones.
There is a small grocery shop next to reception but it doesn\'t have much available. There is an Intermarche supermarket about 15-minutes drive away.
Reception staff didn\'t create a very positive first impression. When I tendered my ACSI Camping Carnet ID to check in, I was bluntly told \"We don\'t accept those in July or August. I need a passport.\" Strange that an ID can be accepted 10 months out of the year but not in the high season, but staff interactions were friendly and positive after that.
Whilst the camp restaurant was generally good, I had a bad experience when I was served bad shrimp and the staff claimed that the awfully smelling (and tasting) shrimp were normal.
This is such a lovely campsite situated under the pine trees on the edge of the river Lima. Access to the site from the road is very good for caravans and motorhomes. Access around the site is a little more tricky especially for caravans. There are some level pitches under the pine trees however if these have gone then you will need to use ramps to get your vehicle level. Don’t let this put you off as it is a lovely site where the owners have done their best to keep it as natural as possible. Reception were very welcoming and helpful. Choose your own pitch. Electric was excellent with both 10 and 16 amp. There is a bar and restaurant next to reception. The restaurant is used by locals from the village so you will need to book. The food was excellent and very reasonably priced. The toilets were very clean and the showers were fine with plenty of hot water. The grey waste and toilet disposal was also very good. There is a small shop at reception where you can order fresh bread for the following morning. If you have time do visit Soajo which is a charming mountain village about 15 mins drive from the site.
Very unhappy to find this campsite is closed in November despite being listed as open 12/12. Summer critical fire restrictions limit access to much of Portugal during the summer months. Frustrating to come outside of the fire restrictions to then find so many campsites closed
This is a lovely site within a wooded area in the mountains. It was perfect for walking in the hills to visit the ancient villages with their amazing granite houses. Paths are well way marked. The site is well laid out. Accommodation options include glamping tents and super tree houses though we were in a campervan. The shower/toilet blocks were of a high standard. Would highly recommend this site.
Beautiful campsite directly at a big lake. There are a lot of places to put up your tent (big or small) or park your caravan. They also have tee pee tents and small cabins for rent. The restaurants food is amazing and the staff is great and hard working! There is a basketball court and a small playground on the site. Electricity is available at some spots and for the tents there is no assigned spot.
Stayed here October 2017. Lovely peaceful site. Facilities now updated so ignore comments earlier about showers. Bar and restaurant excellent and great walks into mountains. Will definitely come back. Motorhomers.
What a great find. Only a few other motorhome on the site. Pitches are in pine trees so vary in size and slope. Toilet facilities have been upgraded but new showers have no timer so you have to keep pressing the button to maintain flow. Tricky to wash with one hand. Great walks in the National Park.
Very dog friendly and an absolutely great restaurant on site. Very popular with the locals, serves first class food at low prices. Best value for money I have had anywhere. Try the steak.
This is a lovely site in a beautiful natural setting . Camping is random amongst the trees which provide shade.
Location by the river and at the start of many walking trails. The showers are TERRIBLE, probably the worst I have ever come across in Europe. There are no proper chemical disposal points just one open drain which shares the drinking water tap!
Good restaurant and very good staff. The pitches are poorly marked and not many are flat. Sadly the toilet and washing blocks are very poor. Clean but ancient, back to nature yes but back to the dark ages no.
Nature lovers will appreciate this place and enjoy its tranquillity. It is an excellent base for extended trekking in the beautiful national park (-> Rother Wanderführer). The bar/restaurant features a shady and airy terrace, the waiters are extremely friendly and unobtrusive and let you stay and enjoy the free wlan without ordering anything. But since drinks are very cheap, don't miss the excellent coffees - and do try the local beer varieties. Food is good too.
- Cirkapris 1
- 28:90 €
- Cirkapris 2
- 34:90 €
- 02-01-2020 till 10-11-2020
01-12-2020 till 30-12-2020
- 5 ha
- Antal ställplatser
- Ställplatser för husbilar
- Antal fasta årsplatser
- Antal logiplatser
- Camping som passar för handikappade
* Fett trycka faciliteter är inte inkluderade i övernattningspriset. För dessa måste man betala extra. (Detta innebär inte att de inte-fett tryckta faciliteterna är gratis!)
** The opening period may vary due to the measures surrounding the coronavirus.
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Att hyra på eller vid campingen
Vattensport och -rekreation
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