In July I plan to go to Portugal (I plan to spend this time in Faro and vicinity). I want to sleep in a tent at campsites. This will be a small, two-person tent. Do I have to book campsites in advance or can I hope that whenever I come to a campsite there will always be a place to pitch my tent?

  • How do you plan to travel? It does make a difference whether you hike or drive. When driving you can easily cover 50 km to find a campsite, hiking 5 km might be the most, and might be too much if you had a long day. – Willeke Jun 28 '18 at 19:21

My plans have changed and I will not visit Portugal now. However, I emailed several campgrounds in the vicinity of Faro asking them this question. Two of then (http://camping-armacao-pera.com and https://www.campingalvor.com/) answered - and their answer was that there is no need to make a reservation.

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Sure, there are plenty of campings in Algarve. You can check here or here.

You should at least contact the camping to know it's avalability. That's the best I can say.

Please after you travel tell us here about your experience. Enjoy!

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