Camping Armona Island Orbitur

The Camping Armona Island, is located on an island in front of Olhão, Algarve, in Faro, inserted in the Ria Formosa Natural Park and is part of the campsite Orbitur.

This campsite is characterized by the fact that a park bungalows, which develops over 200 meters of beach. If you wish to visit the town of Olhão, will have to use a boat trip that takes only personal, making the park ideal for a relaxing and peaceful holiday.

The camping Armona Island, is open from 01/01 to 16/10, returning to open for the passage of years, providing the following services to the camper:

  •     Wooded park
  •     Clothes Washer and Dishwasher
  •     Iron
  •     Beach
  •     Mail
  •     Lighted park
  •     Park with guard
  •     Playground
  •     First aid station
  •     Credit cards accepted
  •     Public telephone
  •     Grills collective

Near the campsite Armona Island, you can find all kinds of services and leisure, including:

  •     Bus stop
  •     Gasoline Pumps
  •     Taxis
  •     Nature Reserve
  •     Diving
  •     Canoeing / Rowing
  •     Train
  •     ATM
  •     Museums / Monuments
  •     Surf / Windsurf
  •     Candle
  •     Fishery
  •     Beach stiff
  •     Fuseta Beach
  •     Praia da Armona Island
  •     Fortress of St. Lawrence

The Camping Armona Island, has several types of prices low season, mid season, high season for the various existing bungalows (Azur Bungalow – For 4 people, Bungalow Evasion – intended for 2 people, Bungalow Rêve – for the 5 people, Bungalow Morea – are intended for 5 persons).

The Camping Armona Island has the following GPS coordinates: N – 37 º 01 ’11”W – 007 º 47′ 53”.

If you need information contact the campsite using the contacts below.

Contacts Camping Armona Island:

  • Address: Ilha de Armona / Apartado 487 / 8700-282 Olhão
  • Telephone: +351 289 714 173
  • Site:

Location map of the island of Armona camping Orbitur

(Automatic translation, original text in Portuguese)

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