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userMotorhomeViews
Posted: 27 July 2010 5:34 PM
Subject: recently returned from spain Itinary
 


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Mainly used ACSI discount sites. Campsite Name & Details Facilities Cost per night

ACSI 1608
De Haro Cat 2
Haro, La Rioja Small site only a short walk from the village. Next to river. Small plots. Toilets & Showers OK.
Very convenient for first stop from Bilbao. E15 per night including Elec.

ACSI 1584
Lake Caspe Camping
Caspe, Aragon A long way from the main AP2 motorway, roads not good on approach to site. A long way out of your way for an overnight stop.
Outside showers, toilets clean.
Good views of Lake Caspe. Supermarket very very expensive (35cents each for tomatoes!) E15 per night including Elec.

ACSI 1665
Torre de la Mora Cat 1.
Tarragona, Cataluna Lovely site right next to the beach. Small selections bars/shops close by. Good supermarket on site.
Great showers and toilets, good pot washing facilities.
Great restaurant and swimming pool. E15 per night including Elec.

ACSI 1615
L’Ametila Village Cat 1
L’Ametila de Mar
Cataluna Very basic out of season. Supermarket with limited stock, bar/restaurant closed.
Small pitches, no hedges. No water close by so have to carry from pot wash. No waste near by. Beaches unsuitable for children or swimming but nice walk. E13 per night including Elec.

ACSI 1640
Camping El Eden Cat 1.
Peniscola
Comunidad Valenciana This is a great site and we will definitely visit again. Site is close to promenade and about 1 km from site to town. Good restaurants/café’s. Castle difficult walk, very steep, cobbled streets, but worth a visit. Pitches varying sizes all with water/waste on pitch. Need to watch out for tree overhangs when parking.
Good toilets/showers. Supermarket and great pool. E15 per night including Elec.

ACSI 1571
Bonterra Park Cat 1.
Benicasim, Comunidad Valenciana A second visit to this site and its still great. Good facilities. Great toilets/showers. Have to carry drinking water, water on pitch not potable. Waste on pitch.
Bar and restaurant. Promenade close by, abt 500 metres. Great beach. Village about 2km but easy walk. Supermarket opposite. E15 per night including Elec.

ACSI 1635
Kiko Park Cat 1.
Oliva/Valencia
Comunidad Valenciana A second visit to this site but only stayed a couple of nights because of bad weather. Very cold, very wet.
Short walk into town along the canal. Site is on the beach although the beach bar has been demolished since last year. Small pitches. Have to carry water and waste. Stick to the left hand side of the site as you enter, better facilities and better sun. Good bus service. E15 per night including Elec.

ACSI 1564
Cap Blanch Cat 1
Altea, Alicante We won’t visit this site again!
Poor services. Toilets clean but in desperate need of renovation. Small pitches, not clearly marked. Dirty rocky soil.
No bread available on site, no supermarket. Abt 15min walk to nearest shops.
Right on the promenade but noisy at night.
Good bus service to Benidorm.
Very Very English. E15 per night including Elec.

ACSI 1611
Los Madriles, Esla Plana
(Close to Mazaron) This is the best site this year.
Well laid out, plenty of shower/toilet blocks, all very clean. Don’t supply loo paper though, don’t get caught out!
Amazing swimming pools emptied and re-filled each night from mineral springs. Inside and outside pools.
Supermarket/Bar.
About 1km walk to village limited shopping.
Nearest supermarket Mazaron. E15 per night including Elec.

ACSI 1618
Castillo De Banos
La Mamola Came here last year, still as nice. Site right on the beach and very short walk into local village. About 1 hr Walk to La Mamola along the beach road.
Supermarket and bar on site but also in local village (supermarket better). Site undergoing renovations whilst we were there, new elec circuits and roads so some disruption should be finished by start of summer season. E13 per night including Elec. Will go up to E15 per night on conclusion of renovation works.

ACSI 1666
El Pino
Torrex Costa We won’t be visiting this site again. Very dirty pitches, small and mostly under shade. Noisy at night.
Bar and supermarket on site.
Poor bus service to Torrex and long walk to the beach along winding narrow roads, not safe.
Reception staff indifferent.
Some shops locally but not well stocked. Very Very English. E13 per night including Elec.

ACSI 1561
Almayate Costa A second visit. Site right on the beach. You have your own security code to go through the beach gate. Central pitches very shaded but edges ok. Good swimming pool, no supermarket. Bar open from 10am until about 8pm.
Good bus service to Malaga and Torre Del La Mar. Bread available in reception each day. Lots of seasonal caravans, can be very noisy at the weekends. E15 per night including Elec.

ACSI 1604
La Zuba, Granada Great site for visiting Granada. Bus stop right outside the site and reception provide lots of info. No restaurant or bar available outside of high season. Good swimming pool. Clean toilets/showers but sometimes water not so hot. Pot wash area could do with some attention. E15 per night including Elec.

ACSI 1662
Camping Despenaperros Cat 1.
Santa Elena (Jaen), Andalucia
Good for an overnight stop but very quiet out of season. Park near the shower block. Small supermarket. Bar/restaurant and only a short walk to the village. E15 per night including Elec.

ACSI 1566
Aranjuex, Madrid (South) Great site right next to river. Good reception, restaurant, Bar etc. Well stocked supermarket.
Short walk into town. E15 per night including Elec.

ACSI 1586
Castilla y Leon
Castrojeriz
Nr Burgos Lovely site, grade 2.
High hedges, 2 plots between. Good bar / restaurant. English spoken by owners son.
Village a short walk away, medieval buildings worth seeing. E13 per night including Elec.

Camping Playa del Regaton
El Stable 8
39770 Lareda
About 50km from Bilbao so handy for ferry.
Good site, clean and well laid out. Great views, right on the beach. Bar/restaurant. Supermarket adjacent to Reception. Great showers/toilets. Short walk to town. Lots of seasonal caravans so could be noisy at weekends. E18 per night including Elec.

Bilbao Docks: Easy access with sign saying which lane to park in. Terminal doesn’t open until about 7.30am. P&O reception for booking in opens at 8.00am. No amenities. Empty chemical toilet in portacabin toilets on car park. Free parking overnight.

Rooksbury Park:
caravan club
Hampshire
lovely site, spent one night here before heading for home

trev and pat eden
usermichele
Posted: 29 July 2010 10:31 PM
Subject: RE: recently returned from spain Itinary
 


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usercleo
Posted: 22 October 2010 9:38 PM
Subject: RE: recently returned from spain Itinary
 


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Hi Trev & Pat. We are travelling down to Spain via France in our 34' American RV beginning of Jan. Would you say any of those sites would be suitable for us?
userKlyne
Posted: 22 October 2010 10:25 PM
Subject: RE: recently returned from spain Itinary
 


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Location: Milton Keynes


Very useful comments, thanks. Have you thought about adding the reviews to the ACSI website as you usually get lots of Dutch and German reviews but not many English.

David
userMotorhomeViews
Posted: 23 October 2010 7:16 PM
Subject: RE: recently returned from spain Itinary
 


Liking what I've found

Posts: 54
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Location: Notts


Hi
Thanks for your e-mail. Most of the sites we visited were smallish pitches but there always seemed to be room for larger rigs, especially if you're planning to travel 'out of season'. Site owners seem to be pleased to have any business they can get, especially mid week when they're really quiet. Weekends are busier with Spanish residents visiting seasonal pitches but that's only two nights!.

You may find it a tight fit at Kiko park, and also at Castillo de banos at La Mamola. Camping Eden has lots of trees and you may struggle with manouvering. El Pino at Torrex Costa is very wooded with narrow roads within the site. However, saying all of that owners may let you have two pitches rather than loose the business!

Hope this helps. Have a good trip.

Trev and Pat x
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