Quiet campsite in lovely surroundings. Bar area and pool but no shop. Three miles from Viver which is closest town. Shower facilities adequate if there was water, but hot water was scarce due to dry weather. Be careful with regard to pricing. Be sure exactly what you are going to pay as we paid more than first quoted. We paid a deposit and was told a pitch had been reserved but when we arrived this wasn't the case and we were told to go and find an empty place. It wasn't clear how to park. Some pitches had room for parking spaces and some parked opposite the pitch. For us this led to a bit of a sting in the tail when we came to pay.
A very relaxing natural campsite though in a nice part of the world.
Ground is rock hard. Take tent peg nails.
An interesting road into the pretty, easy-going and untainted village of Viver and on to the camp. Pure relaxation around the pool in beautiful surroundings and with the friendly attention of the hosts. Nice walk to the village for coffee/breakfast and groceries. Night-time is a treat, as lights go out at 10 (?) and then the nightsky is quiet and stunning. The pool is central to everything and table tennis etc to entertain as well. Laid back, worth returning to. Even in July, no overcrowding etc.
A great camp site on the edge of a green valley,set under high pine trees run by a lovely couple Eduardo and Ana will always give you a warm reception and help on exploring the area.The site has a large pool and terrace over looking the valley with good food and bar.A must for people who love the outdoors.