camping las dunas

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  1. LyndonRV

    LyndonRV Read Only Funster

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    hi we are gowing to Camping Las Dunas - Costa Brava - España · this year for a long holiday just wonderd if any body on here were gowing. i have bin gowing there for 5 years now great place for kids you can take dogs. i normaly se jim there :BigGrin: i with be there on the 3 jan coming back 1 september
     
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    Have just looked at their prices and for 3 people and a dog in July would cost us 60.50 euros per night! Thats for their basic pitch. Sound very expensive to me but have to admit I dont have a vast knowledge of camp site prices. Is this more or less the going rate for camp sites?
     
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    In Spain it is.Try using the ever increasing Spanish aire system.
     
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    Not much help but I stayed at the next site down the I think the Aqua Ballena, great site, good entertainment and a lovelly beach.
     
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    :it would cost me a lot more if i went to a hotel for 2 weeks than it would on the came site 2 adults 2 children 8 weeks :BigGrin:
     
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    I stayed next door at the ballano allegro about 5 yrs ago and really enjoyed it especially walking up to san martine at night for a meal but i walked around there last year and they have alterd the pitches not sure i would get on there now i walked around las dunas 5 yrs ago and i didnt see many pitches that i thought i would get on unless i was looking in the wrong place i notice yours is a large rv how do you manage
     
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    Hi Lyndon
    I make your stay 35.5 weeks:Eeek: 3 jan to sept1 Youve not opened that bottle of cola again have you:thumb::Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
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    Hi i have camped extensively in the Costa Brava over winter ie. November-April and Xmas/New Year/Easter weeks excepted you can get a monthly pitch at loads of super sites from about 300 euro upwards . Summer time much more cash and flies Alan:Cool:
     
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    Went to L.amfora last year, drove past Las Dunas , L,Amfora looked better IMHO, good area though.:thumb:
     
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