3 years ago
When it comes to ecolodges, the Portuguese certainly get points for design. At campsite Cepo Verde in Bragança, Portugal, visitors can reserve nights in a micro-lodge, which manually rotates 360 degrees to follow the sun and provide its occupants with the best possible landscape views. This isn’t your average bare-bones tent in the woods, though. It comes complete with a bed, table, power outlet, and storage space. Created by Cepo Verde and design firm NeoArkétipo, the cabin is available for about $30-$40, depending on the season, for two people. Take a look at the exterior and interior of the cabin below, and at the bottom, watch a short video about it.