Portugal Motorhome Rental

Motorhome and RV Hire - Travel throughout Portugal and Europe using Motorhome Rental. We help independent travellers decide on the best way to see Portugal offering caring service and terrific value deals. Portugal Motorhome Hire depots include Algarve, Coimbra, Lisbon and Porto. 

McRent Portugal 2021 Motorhome Hire Rates
McRent Portugal 2022 Motorhome Hire Rates

Algarve Campers - Camper Rental in Portugal with depot in Vila Real de St. António, Our Campers are very comfortable complte with crockery, cutlery, audioset with CD player, Refrigirator with freezer, three burner stove, ring heating and aircon. Chairs as well as bed are very comfortable. Naturally there are a shower and toilet in the camper present
Autocampismo - Campervan Hire in Portugal with depot in Castanheira do Ribatejo , To Autocampismo is a young company turn for the tourism. Our service are exclusively driven for who likes to travel with total liberty and comfort.
Camplider - Camper Renta in Portugal with depot in Ovar, Here you can find detailed information about our new and used models, as well as do your rent bookings. To help you decide, we dispose a simulator for the motorhomes as well as for de renting services.
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Portugal Country & Tourist Information - Looking for romance, discovering culture, living adventure, relaxing? Indulge yourself in Portugal, your destination. Useful information about Accommodation, Gastronomy, Golf, Heritage, Sun & Sea, Nature, Talassotherapy, Active Tourism.

Explore the Portugal landscape with a Campervan, Motorhome, RV or Camper from one of the above Portugal Camper hire companies. With a Recreational Vehicle hire, you have the complete freedom to discover the Portugal Countryside at your own pace with no strict timetables or hotel check ins.

Stop when and where you want to ! Have the convenience of storage space where you can take all the essential items that you require for your family vacation up in the mountains or alongside a river or down on the beach.

Create life time memories with a Portugal self drive camper rental. Experience the adventure of the open road with your Portugal Camper Rental and enjoy great value for money (especially for families) with being able to prepare your own meals plus also the bonus of spending quality time with the family.

Portugal, officially the Portuguese Republic (Portuguese: República Portuguesa, located in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula, is the westernmost country of mainland Europe. Portugal is bordered by Spain to the north and east and by the Atlantic Ocean to the west and south. The Atlantic archipelagos of the Azores and Madeira are also part of Portugal.

The climate can be classified as Oceanic in the north and Mediterranean in the south. One of the warmest European countries, yearly temperature averages in mainland Portugal are 13°C (55°F) in the north and 18°C (64°F) in the south. The Madeira and Azores Atlantic archipelagos have a narrower temperature range. Spring and summer are sunny, whereas autumn and winter are rainy and windy.

Portugal Most Popular Tourist Attractions

 Martinhal Beach Resort
Martinhal Beach Resort near Sagres. Located in the western Algarve. This place is interesting for surfers and for those who love the North Cornwall coast. Martinhal is an entertainment friendly resort with good restaurants, equipped bar, children's playground, and indoor and outdoor area of the pool.

Algarve Resort
Resort in Carvoeiro Algarve is a popular tourist spot in Portugal. Algarve resort is safer than other larger and has a bar complete with live music, and parents can keep an eye on the things that made the children of one of the restaurants located in the outdoor area. Beach at the resort is crowded during the summer, but it paid off with the presence of a remarkable sandy beach.

A romantic spot of the 19th century who became a favorite tourist. There are a beautiful palace in Sintra Hotels in this area has been renovated to provide modern comfort behind the old world elegance. Here you can enjoy a wonderful trip, with panoramic views, through the wooded hills.

Porto is a great city, a combination of quaint shops that sell a lot of corsets, pastry cream, and clodhopping shoes, and a striking modern design, especially Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art and the home of the famous acoustic House of Music.

Azores is the most special place in the Portuguese tourism, as most tourists like to visit. A new accommodation option has given some good deals, especially out of season the waves, which can be combined with direct flights from the UK. Whaling was once the economic mainstay of the islands of the Azores Islands. Collecting trip whales and dolphins during the week, led by a prominent marine biologist become the tour here.

Located in a commanding position overlooking the rest of the city, with a magnificent view over the River Mondego, the University is a rambling building, constructed around a central courtyard in which a number of features stand out due to their artistic interest and symbolism.

Funchal Madeira
Funchal is a modern city that pays attention to its traditions with preserved churches, inviting museums, and regionally crafted wine. It's also a walkable city, with a pleasant harbor and a cathedral more than 500 years old. It's perpetually sunny but when the sun goes down, it's easy to find entertainment and excellent food in its nightclubs, restaurants, and casinos, or in the world-class hotels that dot the black cliffs that surround the city.

The Baixa, Lisbon's downtown area, is still the traditional center of city life, and is where Lisbon's oldest and traditional shops still exist. In this heart of the city the streets that run parallel to Rua Augusta identify the various tradesmen and craftsmen, who have continued to do business there since the time of the Maritime Discoveries.

Lagos and Sagres on the east end of the Algarve date back to Roman times. But it was in the 15th century that Sagres achieved importance with the frequent presence of Prince Henry the Navigator during the first days of Atlantic exploration of the African coast as far as the Gulf of Guinea.

For Portuguese people, Guimaraes has a special value, for it was in a field close to the walls of its castle that Afonso Henriques, the first King of Portugal, fought the Battle of Sao Mamede, on June 24,1128. By emerging victorious from this struggle against the army of Teresa, his mother and the daughter of Alfonso VI of Leon and Castile, Afonso Henriques began the process that would lead to the foundation of the kingdom of Portugal, of which he was to become the first king.