Are you looking for where to stay in Miranda do Douro? There are several Miranda do Douro accommodations from which you can choose. Travelers from all corners of Portugal and Spain come to enjoy this beautiful city mainly for its monuments, historical heritage and the National Park near the town Arribes. The city has many cottages, lodges and campgrounds, as well as hotels and inns. There are one hundred and one places to sleep in Miranda do Douro. Of all the Miranda do Douro hotel deals, you can choose between hotels in the so-called historic center. It's true that there are not many properties of this type, but they are close to almost all the major attractions of the city. Or you can look closer to the valleys surrounding the city where they'll be much cheaper. You can also choose to book your room in a modest inn away from the city center, a cheap option for Miranda do Douro lodging. A little further from the capital, the farmhouses in the area of Las Arribes are the best choice among budget lodging in Miranda do Douro. The only thing to consider when looking for hotels in Miranda do Douro is that in summer there are many people in the village. By consulting Miranda do Douro hotels on booking you're sure to find interesting offers. In minube you can also find cheap accommodation in Miranda do Douro at the best price and in the most recommended areas of the city. Book your room today and just enjoy all the historical heritage of this Portuguese city!
This is a family-operated hotel run by an older couple with a few employees. It's in the upper part of town, just a three minute walk to the center where you can shop. It has two parts, one old and one more modern, but both are very good and have good views. The room furnishings are classic, but new. The are is very quiet and has a huge parking lot (for 12 to 15 cars). The owners service offer exceptional and friendly serive. The rooms are spacious, with AC and heating, TV and the price includes breakfast (made by the owner). We found it pretty cheap (40 € for a double room with breakfast). They have recently installed WiFi. It's possible that the centre offers cheaper hotels, but for those in which I've stayed, this is the best in Miranda. We like it because it's very clean and each time we go, it's better, with even newer things. More information on the web.
On Sunday, before leaving Miranda, I took the car to visit the Santa Lucia on the outskirts of town, where I found the [poi = 89822]indoor and outdoor swimming pools [/ poi] and campsite. You park your car and have a chance to see some camping facilities. It is listed as Category 2, and is only open in summer (from June 1 to September 30). I went in August and still saw many tents. It has an area of 17,000 m2 and a total of 150 plots. Besides having shops, there is also an area for RVs. There was good shade under the pines, but the ground seemed very hard and dry, devoid of any grass, so I guess it's a bit difficult to anchor the tents. There was a booth at the entrance, a reception area, a bar-cafe, and toilets (with hot showers). Well, it is an economical choice of accommodation, but keep in mind that you need to use the car to go to downtown.