Rent a camper and explore Portugal
With gorgeous beaches, impressive mountain ranges and wildly romantic national parks, Portugal is one of the most popular destinations for nature lovers. The infrastructure allows for individual holidays and comfort. Those interested in culture will also be happy to travel to Portugal with a campervan. Lisbon and the wine-growing region near Porto offer numerous fascinating sights that you can discover on your own with a campervan.
Whether beach holiday, culture trip or hiking tour - if you want to stay independent, you should rent a campervan. Portugal has a well-developed transport network and numerous campsites that also accommodate campervans. You can enjoy city life in Lisbon and Portugal's "secret capital" Porto. The campervan rental stations are also the ideal starting point for campervan tours.
The north of the country is an enticing place for culinary delights. After a visit to the wine storehouses on the promenade of Porto, you can embark on a discovery tour of the famous Douro valley. Simply return with your campervan in Portugal to one of the rustic...
Take your campervan through Portugal: Discover the most beautiful routes
Porto is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. In the metropolis at Douro you can rent a campervan and experience Portugal from its most magnificent side: The impressive cathedral, the bishop's palace and the 76 metre high church tower Torre do Clérigos are only some highlights of the British-inspired metropolis. Tip: In Porto you can also admire buildings with an Azulejo décor. Especially impressive tile mosaics can be found in the station hall San Bento at the church Santo Ildefonso.
Enjoy a beautiful campervan tour in Portugal from Porto via Obidos to Lisbon. The first stopover is the Coimbra on the Rio Mondego with its almost 150,000 inhabitants. The university buildings enthroned on the old town hill are part of the UNESCO World Heritage. The imposing cathedrals Sé Nova and Sé Velha are also worth a visit. On the tree-shaded footpaths of the Jardim Botanico, Portugal's largest botanical garden, you can recover from the city tour.
From Coimbra, the route leads to one of the most visited places in Portugal: Obidos. On a tour of the historic city wall, you will enjoy a panoramic view over the idyllic old town, vineyards and windmills. Before you head for the rental station in Sintra after another 120-kilometre stage, you can visit another architectural highlight: The Palacio de Pena, a former holiday residence of the royal family, is a prime example of Portuguese romanticism.