Camping Lisboa

Nicknamed the City of Seven Hills, Lisbon is considered one of Europe's most beautiful towns. As well as its superb climate, Portugal's capital has incredible historical and modern neighbourhoods, an exciting nightlife and magnificent sandy beaches. Famous for its yellow trams and celebrated 25 de Abril Bridge, this city with its unique charm is full of surprises and discoveries!

Holidays at the Lisbon camping park

Canvas Holidays provides a chance for a holiday in a campsite a short distance from Portugal's main city. It means you can enjoy the Costa da Caparica beaches and the camping park’s facilities as well as visiting Lisbon and its surrounding area at your leisure. Your stay will echo to the fado, a traditional song of Portugal, and you should be sure to try out the region’s culinary specialities.

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Around the Lisbon camping park

In Lisbon, you can wander through the little streets in the historical Alfama and Rossio neighbourhoods, well-known for their houses with hand-painted blue ceramic decoration. In the evening, you can head for the Bairro Alto district to sample Lisbon's nightlife.

And you can also hop on the legendary tram 28 going to Alfama: Lisbon’s most picturesque tram circuit. Once you are at the top, the Santa Luzia Mirador offers you a magnificent view over the roofs of the old city and the River Tage.

Lisbon also has some vibrantly modern neighbourhoods, like the Marco Polo district and the Nations Park, home to one of Europe's most impressive aquariums. You can also fly over this futuristic neighbourhood in a cable car.

Good-food lovers are in for a treat at the Mercado da Ribeiro, a market where you will find all Lisbon's outstanding chefs at numerous stands. You can also go to one of the tascas (little taverns typical of Alfama) to sample some grilled fish. Another aspect of Lisbon not to be missed is the Antiga Confeitaria de Belém, which produces the best pastéis de nata in the city!

Around Lisbon, you can also explore the charming little town of Sintra, the royal fishing village of Cascais, the pretty seaside resort of Sesimbra and the incredible Mafra Palace.