Situated on the largest Barragem in the country it is ideal for outdoor activities and sightseeing. Do not expect the facilities of larger campsites or expect to fit on there with your brand new twin axle "mobile hotel". This is a place where families entertain themselves. We have stayed 2 years running (1 week each time) and thoroughly enjoyed our time there!
We´ve stayed for 3 nights and it was very nice and quiet. Swimming pool was very clean and appropriated for the Alentejo hot weather. WC are clean and tidy. In general, place was tidy and very pleasant. We tried the homemade pizza which we totally recommend it.
As other people have said this year, this campsite feels like a very controlled place. On arrival the owner issued a list of rules (over 10 just for the pool!) about what you could or couldn't do. Also, he seemed to suddenly appear whenever people are actually having fun, as if he knows what is happening on the site all the time. The pitches were dusty and hard, no grass, we had to clean all our equipment after leaving. There is no curfew on comings and goings. On every night we were there people were driving in after midnight, lighting up the place with car headlights, and setting up camp noisily. He did nothing about this. If you're 70+ in a campervan you might like the dullness of the place, if you're lively and with kids don't come near it.
My partner and 3 kids stayed here for 4 nights during August. They accommodated us with our rather large twin axle caravan with no problems, access is easy and straight forward. Onsite has a lovely pool and outdoor shaded seating area. Fresh bread buns in the morning aswell. Although this site is rural, there is a host of things to do in the surrounding areas and we were kept busy our whole stay, highlight was the praia fluvial da monsaraz, one of portugals many amazing river beaches. Should we be in the area again, we will return!!
Camping Rosario We didn’t like it here! We were here with our two little kids (2 years, 4 years) and felt very uncomfortable at this campsite. The owner is like a controlfreak. We were constantly being watched by him or his wife. Although they smiled, we didn’t feel welcome at all. For every meter on the campsite there is a sign what you, as guest, are not allowed to do...the Dutch owner didn’t mingle very well with the, in general, very kind Portugese people in the same area. We don’t recommend this place because its more a campsite for (elderly) people without children.