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Well, is anybody ?
All the places we go, including Ampudia and the Baragem near to Nisa (Poava along with near by Castel de Vid is one of our favourite places.on sep 3rd meeting up with spanish based friends who have never toured portugal before time being stripped away for them only got just over 3 weeks so planning on meeting at ampudia across to braganca then down the border branco, barragem nisa, marvoa monsaraz mines etc gorgeous part of the world quite envious of them seeing it all for the first time ,
The one at Poava near Nisa and Castel de Vid has a proper aire with facilities.Take care many Baragem Have no parking for Motorhomes or Caravans although saying that a lot have been cut down and thrown in the bushes near my place there one was only up 3 days then it disappeared I don't know who cut it down,
yea, we have been there with caravans, and the Portuguese suppling us with sone nice strong aperitif drinks.nisa still there last year close to heaven i’m my opinion, i was told that in portugal all barragems are public land and at weekends i’ve seen tents & caravans camped out at them
Seems such a shame and most certainly altered from when we have been there.i carry a litter picker when i go for a walk with the dog collected a carrier bag when i first arrived after the weekend collected another lol
We were in Ampudia in February, not going back to Spain / Portugal till later this year or maybe just after the new year, then driving through France, visiting Avila ( Mrs S spent her formative years there ) Madrid and then further down, maybe the Algarve or whatever takes our fancy.All the places we go, including Ampudia and the Baragem near to Nisa (Poava along with near by Castel de Vid is one of our favourite places.
Not forgetting Tomar