Kiko Park - any opinions please?

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  1. Teasy2007

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    Has anyone spent time at Kiko Park please and what do you think of it?

    Disabled access is important and we like to be near a beach and be able to walk to shops etc.

    Any comments appreciated.

    Ginny and Mike
     
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    Decent site but bigger hardstanding pitches on the right hand side as you approach. Direct access to the beach and one shop 50 yards away. There are some restaurants and shops about 200 yards away.
     
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    We had a few nights at Kiko Park in March this year. It is a site of two halves; new & old. The Older part (on the right of the reception) has the traditional hedges to mark the pitches and there a few tight ones but the majority are quite large.

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    There is a brand new Toilet Block with underfloor heating and is very swish!!

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    The Newer side is to the left of the Reception and was just being finished in March but is a bit further away from the site shop & restaurant.
    As far as I remember access to the beach was was via wooden walkways but there was steps at the point we used but I think there may be disabled access near to the Marina.

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    Kiko Village has a few small shops and restaurants but for anything bigger you need to go into Oliva itself which is about 20-30 mins walk or 10 mins by bike and is a nice town with broad pedestrian areas and a good selection of shops.

    One thing to bear in mind is that they have a weird pricing system in that not all the pitches are eligible for ACSI rates. We managed to get one of the last ones at €19. Another Brit unit argued the toss and eventually got their pitch down from €28 to €19!

    The little shop onsite is typical of site shops in its pricing, but they do have a section of wines on draught if to take your own bottle!

    There was also an Aire type setup just at the entrance to the Campsite at €15 and is run by the Campsite staff.
    We enjoyed our stay and will probably go back if we are in the area this coming winter.
     
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    Thanks, that's just the information we were looking for, and the photos are great.

    Ginny
     
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    Hi Ginny and Mike, hope you are both well, we are planning our first trip to Spain and Portugal this winter, we have booked Portsmouth to Santander beginning of Jan until the end of Feb if you've any tips for us.
     
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    Hi we are also planning a trip to Spain & Portugal in September /October & have booked the same crossing. We did the same crossing last year & travelled through central Spain & back up through France. We are just planning routes through Portugal & wold welcome any advice also.
     
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