Where is Eurocamp Portsmouth?

Everything’s close by in Portsmouth. One minute you could be standing on the deck of an historic ship, the next you could be walking down a bustling shopping street, browsing in a gallery or sitting on the beach. The city’s flat – perfect for cycling - and everything’s close by so it’s easy to get around.

The main part of the city is built on the natural island of Portsea. The resort area of Southsea occupies its southern part and, although it’s part of Portsmouth, is recognised as distinct from the rest of the city.

The University Campus is in the centre of Portsmouth, so the University and city’s facilities are right on our doorstep. The campus is made up of over 40 buildings, interspersed with green spaces and communal areas such as cafés and coffee shops.

The University has invested in excess of £100 million into buildings and resources over the last 10 years.


     Portsmouth skyline



Portsmouth beach and pier

Eurocamp 2018
Sunday 5th to Friday 10th August 2018