Kiko Park, Oliva, Spain

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    I was thinking about booking Easter 31st Mar to 7th April at Kiko Park. Anyone there at the moment, been, going to, or any views opinions on it? Dave
     
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    I was there in December, very cramped and we were on a serviced pitch, one restaurant on site ( for the marina) you'll need to speak Spanish, one very near offsite and very good ( English spoken) 10 mins on a bike to the supermarket, lovely beach, lovely staff but we felt it was a tatty site and a bit isolated, it gets awful reviews in season due to anyone on the beach wandering in and using the facilities, which they can
     
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    I think we might go to Ribemar instead, thanks
     
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    We called in at Kiko Park yesterday, had a walk around to look for a pitch - and left again. We are now at Rio Mar - it was recommended to us by another Funster. Again, the pitches are tight, but somehow it has a sort of rustic charm. The beach is beautiful, we had a smashing meal in the site restaurant yesterday, and this morning I was awoken by the bread van beeping it's horn - I bought the largest croissants I've ever seen.

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    We travelled down from Ribamar and stumbled across RioMar
    It ticks all the boxes we have two small dogs well catered for with beach and we have the bar and restaurant for our pleasure
     
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    Have they improved the unmade road into Ribamar? :rolleyes: We did Easter there two years ago and it stayed pretty quiet. Great when you walk through the treas and come across the sea. Enjoy RioMar!
     
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    No to the road
    The sad thing was they shut pool bar,shop, and restaurant until Easter
    A big turn off
     
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    We stayed in RioMar last year...good site, nice beach, large portions in restaurant as I recall. However pitches a bit tight...how long is your motorhome?
     
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    Peter we're just 6m but have now booked into Ribemar for the week. Will probably visit RioMar later as we liked the beach also
     
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    We have autosleeper Cotswold around 8 metres long and we are on comfortable
     
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