Camp sites in Spain

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  1. slverdreamers

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    I have sort of raised this question before, we are now booked on Portsmouth Santander ferry 21 Feb, and plan to stay in Spain 2/3months see friends near Flix and then take a couple of months meandering through France. We have spent a lot of time in Fran ce off season, and love their camp sites especially the Es Castells and the small municipal ones.
    We have only stayed in Spain on Costa Verde following the pilgrim route.
    All the sites we have looked at look like car parks, very close together. Is there any sites like our CS or CL around Valencia murcia area.
    We normallly avoid commercial sites like the plague
    thanks Peter and Glynis
     
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    Have stayed here a couple of times, quiet, remote and tranquil, owners are delightful. €12 per night including EHU and WiFi.


    http://camperparkhuertademurcia.es/


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    Us too. About 8 miles out of Murcia town as I recall. Owners very helpful. Showers and toilets very clean.
     
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    We have three campsites here in Calpe (midway between Valencia and Alicante) The cheapest is worse than a car park:cry: with the vans almost touching each other and the most expensive:Sad: is not much better but the mid priced one is very pleasant.:Smile: Have a look at www.campingcalpe.com
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    Don't you like Camping Calpemar in C/. Estonia ? We are there now and although compact the pitches are adequate and the facilities/staff excellent. Water, EHU, grey water disposal on pitch and with ACSI Card €15 for standard pitch which compared to €27,50 paid in Benidorm last week is a bargain.

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    Hi Bryan, nothing wrong with Calpemar, I'd forgotten they did the ACSI card but without that they are very expensive for the size of pitch and silverdreamers was particularly looking for a site with a bit of space and maybe a bit of character so I felt La Merced which is quite a bit cheaper was the best option.
    Hope you are enjoying our glorious weather!:BigGrin:
     
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    Thanks for the suggestions, have had a look at web sites, they look okay, but they are all so regimented, but that seems to be the format in Spain.
    We used to live there in the 80,s and love the weather and the people, but have never used campsites only on the costa verde, which were mostly awful.
     
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