On this page Camping Beira-Marvao Alentejo shows the Youtube movies and videos about the most beautiful Alentejo campsite. “Most beautiful” is the opinion of many of our guests, please take a look into the “Guestbook” from the campsite.,
These are recordings that we ourselves have made movies / videos that guests have sent us and informational and promotional films of Tourism Organizations in Portugal.
January 2019 – Here you will see a view on the campsite 2018.
Aerial shot of the first part of the campsite.
August 2017 – A nice stay, very nice contact and have fun with this nice family from Nantes. We received these pictures, with the nice comments, about a day visiting a pre-Roman cemetery, the Mouta Raza III, not too far from the campsite.
Summer 2016, the start of an already beautiful season, an overview of our shady campsite
Spring 2016 – A good time to take a look back with a different view on a beautiful year 2015 – Click on this line to watch the Video
Spring 2015 – With this link we have added a movie about Castelo de Vide
Incoming 2014 the latest videos and movies will be added on the top of this page.
July 2014 – A brilliant first meeting Marvao Portuguese and Spanish folklore dancing and singing groups. The video you can see by clicking this blue line
Under the following link (if you click on the line), you get a six-minute film with a broad view to our beautiful region, Alentejo: “Time to be happy”
The very first season opened in late July 2012 and that was in a time of severe drought, with the construction of the new toilet block. Here is a compilation of camping images of the first season in 2012, we naturally added the real portuguese music.
The official opening, with the tradition from the vicinity of the site, click here for the music video, which you will learn the traditional costumes from our region, Alentejo.
Received from Anneke and Peter from the Netherlands a nice overview video about Camping Beira-Marvao Alentejo.
From Jelle and Dorien we received this beautiful movie about the vultures at the border of Portugal with Spain, recorded from the terrace next to the Spanish gas station, only a few miles from Camping Beira-Marvao Alentejo.