We are a family of 4 and stayed here for three nights. Our children enjoyed the pool; the coastline (5 min walk away) is attractive but there were not many people in the sea possibly as the water was cold and it was windy. Local village lively in the evening with many places to eat and the fish was good, also had fishmonger but not much else in terms of provisions but there is good Continente in Lavra. Cycling possible along seafront. Long bus ride to Porto but you get to see a lot of the local area for just 1.60 euro and Porto is well worth visiting. Mix of people staying here which adds a bit of interest, including seasonal pitches, pilgrims over nighting in huts, tourers and a few motorhomes. We were able to choose our pitch which turned out to be just fine. Mostly quiet and not as busy as it looks except for Sat night when entertainment was put on in restaurant which we opted out of. Site was tired and neglected in places and not somewhere we would return to, in fact plenty of parking nearby for motorhomes if you dont mind being independent..