Category: Campsites

Camping Torre de la Mare, Tarragona, Spain

Torre de la Mare 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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Campsite Details 2018 Trips

Below are the details of campsites We stayed at Spring 2018 Spring 2018 Campsite:  Vakantiepark, Delftse Hout GPS: N52° 1’ 5” E4° 22’ 45” Visited April 2018 Lovely campsite within an easy 15-minute walk or 5-minute bike ride...

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Campsite Details for 2017 Trips

Campsite Details for Spring 2017 Campsite:  Gaasper Camping, Amsterdam GPS: N52° 18’45” E4° 59’ 25” Visited April 2017 Nice campsite although only warm showers. Metro only 5 minute walk away and Amsterdam is 15 minute on the...

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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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Campsite Torre de la Mora, Tarragona, Spain

The site was very well run and maintained throughout with helpful staff. The security was visible but not obtrusive. Excellent access to a very nice clean, sandy beach. We used to watch the tractor going up and down cleaning the beach each morning.

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