The best campsites in Europe

Going camping is one of the options most chosen by travelers when choosing their vacations, especially by those who are lovers of nature and who want to be in contact with it during their days off. Here is a list of what are considered the best European campsites :

Ilha da Berlenga (Portugal): To get to this campsite you must cross from Peniche into the sea and it is usually quite choppy so you can get a little dizzy, although it certainly compensates since the campsite is on a hillside that has exclusive access to a small cove with crystal clear waters that is spectacular. Ilha da Berlenga is a natural reserve and only about ten families live there, all of them fishermen. A place where you will find a lot of tranquility.

Place Varzeas (Portugal): it is in the hills in the center of the country, surrounded by eucalyptus, jasmine and orange blossoms, a place with a lot of natural aroma. It has Turkish yurts (the typical Turkish tents) and in them there are beds and retro furniture. It is a farm area where there are plots that provide wine, figs or basil. In addition, they have an excellent chicken coop and when you get up every morning you will have a basket with breakfast, all with fresh products.

El Burro Blanco (Spain): It is high in the mountains of Salamanca and is a spectacular place where you can discover what life was like in our country before the great constructions "invaded" us. It is an impressive forest overlooking Miranda del Castañar.
La Fresneda (Spain): It is in Matarraña, in Teruel, and it is an ecological farm where there are olive trees and you can enjoy breakfasts with fresh pastries and other local products such as goat cheese or cured meat, accompanied with the Vinito from the area is wonderful for any lunch.

Cala Llevado (Spain): A natural wonder on the Costa Brava that stretches along the side of several hills and overlooks a rocky cove and a bay. Surrounded by beaches, it is just one hour from Barcelona and also very close to Lloret de Mar.

Les Romarins (France): The first thing I must tell you about this campsite is that if you have vertigo, choose another as it is in the highest mountains between Monaco and Nice. Wonderful to take a walk through these mountains and relax in any of their fields. You can rent pedal boats for a ride, as well as going to the port to see the super yachts that millionaires have there.