Category: Campsites

Camping Brântome Peyrelevade Review

The most important thing for us when choosing a campsite is that it must be near a town or village as we have a motorhome. Camping Brantome Peyrelevade is in an excellent location as it is within an easy 10-15 minute walk into the lovely town of Brantome.

There are lots of walking and cycling opportunities. Well signed walks surround the campsite of all different lengths.

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Camping Torre de la Mora, Tarragona, Spain

Torre de la Mora is a large terraced campsite set amongst pine trees with lots of shady pitches. The considerable benefit of this site is the stunning location overlooking two bays and built out on a headland with terraced pitches to the upper levels providing staggering views.

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Valencia

There were great off-road cycle lanes running alongside the beach in both directions one into Albufera National Park and the other direction straight into Valencia.  There was also a bus stop right outside the entrance to the site which we used a couple of times to take the 20-minute journey into the Old Town and Arts & Sciences complex.

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Bonterra Park, Benicassim

Bonterra Park campsite in Benicassim is one of our favourite destinations. I think we have probably visited 5 out of the 6 trips we have done so far and if we were to stay long-term at a site this would be one of them.
It’s brilliantly situated between the beach and town.

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Solaris Beach Resort, Sibenik

The resort is massive with several forms of accommodation including hotels, apartments, cabins, bungalows, pre-erected tents and the camping area for tents, motorhomes and caravans.

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