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Very nice campsite with good security, grown a lot in the last year, the site that is but the pool area no. Hundreds of sun beds all with towels on and no body on them. 10.00am and within 10 minutes all sunbeds have towels on....More
This camp site has to be the best site anywhere, not just for tents/caravans/tourers but also wooden cabins if you prefer. It has to be the largest swimming pool on the Costa Blanca. It has an indoor pool too, gym, amusement arcade, and THE best...More
We stayed for 10 days in early June. Very good campsite for kids and parents young at heart and that like pool water and slides. There is great choice of slides from small to big. Pool slides close from 3-5pm during siesta. Nice sandy beach...More
Overall experience was good apart from the restaurant. Totally ruined our first evening at the campsite. Rude waiter, shouting that he doesn't speak English, who also tried to overcharge us by adding one extra paella ( €22.5 !!!) By the way paella was oversalted, but...More
Great place. We stayed at beginning of June and love midweek but weekends were too busy with loclas using pools. Also lots of spanish only so mini club were able to speak English but limited while doing shows. We stayed in new Playa bungalow and...More
US$ 67 - US$ 116 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Ballyline | Reviewed this property |
Hi, no problem at all this time of year, loads of camp sites all the way down, it's more about how long you want to travel each day. We came down in February via the tunnel and there are a lot less sites open in France. We... More
Hi, no problem at all this time of year, loads of camp sites all the way down, it's more about how long you want to travel each day. We came down in February via the tunnel and there are a lot less sites open in France. We are headed down again next week and plan via Paris, Orleans, Limoges, Toulouse, Barcelona and have used the route many times typically we stop near Calais as we travel first from Yorkshire. Early start to get around Paris, then somewhere near Orléans/Vierzon, then Brive/Souillac, then Narbonne/Argeles, then La Marina. This works for us with 4/5/6 hour drives allowing a little time for setup etc. Quite a bit of toll roads so easy travelling but having the Sanef toll tag in the car is really useful in France. Traffic heavy in Paris and Barca but otherwise real easy. I use ACSI for the sites near the motorway although like to try different sites each time. Can't say I recommend anywhere specific. Last trip we stopped at Bonterra Park, Benicassim (good site and location) and Nai'a Village (not great but not much else open) but have also used Domaine de Soleil Plage (great site but long way off motorway) Domaine de la Paille Basse (real friendly but weird access roads), Camping Vivier aux Carpes (not great), and others. Calais we've used Gandspette and Bien Assise, both fine. Have a great trip, you'll love La Marina although our first access was confusing on the sat nav. It's south of the town, not in it, oh and take mossie spray!
Response from davidgellis | Reviewed this property |
we have been there 2 times each time every thing as been open as fare as i know they donot shut anything you can buy day tickets cannot tell you how much but if you go on line you can down load map and information when we... More
we have been there 2 times each time every thing as been open as fare as i know they donot shut anything you can buy day tickets cannot tell you how much but if you go on line you can down load map and information when we left they were just putting some more bungalows think they were 6 people ones and yes you can take caravans we walked round place and did see some but were mostly looking at MHomes we love that place so do dogs it is a good walk to beach but worth it dogs can run free hope this helps think i have coverd most things DAVE