Camping Redondo Lda
The local landscape is one of vineyards, olive and fig trees, orange groves, eucalyptus and pine forests.
We have 4 wooden chalets and two stone houses for rent, six spaces for campervans or caravans and unlimited space for tents.
We have a children’s play area and a 11x 6 metre pool with sun terraces. there is also a friendly bar cafe area where breakfast can be taken each morning and dinners are available to order.
Tomar is famous for its Convento de Cristo monastery (Knights of the Templar HQ) and many other historic sites in addition to good shopping and restaurant facilities. Within easy reach are other significant towns - Fatioma, Alcobaca, Batalha and Obidos. Lake Zezere offers some fantastic scenery and also good swimming and water sports facilities.
Getting to Camping Redondo
Latitude and Longitude for GPS Systems: North: 39º37’32’’ - West: 8º19’20’’
Directions & Map
Coming from the South and East (A23), join the A13 to Tomar and leave it at approx km 133 (Tomar / Cast. Do Bode). At the slip road turn left at the bottom and follow the signs to Junceira. At the junction you will see a large blue and white 'Parque de Campismo' signs From there , you should follow the Blue and White Parque de Campismo signs.
From the North (Coimbra) leave the A13 (approx. km 133) and at the bottom turn right to Junceira. As above.
Coming from the West, the Coast and Fatima Take the IC9 travelling East and at the crossing with A13, take southerly direction taking next exit to Tomar. At the bottom of slip road turn Left towards Junceira. As above.
From Castelo do Bode Follow signs to Sao Pedro, Outeiro and then Serra. At the main square in Serra, take the direction (left) to Ferreia do Zezere until you see the Blue and White 'Parque do Campismo' signs turing left. At the Cafe Fronteira in Poço Redondo, turn left again at the Parque de Campismo large sign. You will find us at the bottom of this road on the right.
Look out also for The Red Hearts
Managers Gijs Verspyck, Linda Barton and Carlos Graca.
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This page was last updated: 12 July 2013