Camperpark Costa Blanca

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  1. patricio

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    Thanks Patricio:thumb:
     
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    xmas and new year

    hi felicity
    just read your message (camperpark costa blanca) do you know if thay are open all year round and do thay allow animals.
    thanks steve
     
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    Open all year round and like Road Runner says, dogs allowed and free.
    Also FREE WIFI HOTSPOT and bread delivered every morning.
    Special prices for long stays :Smile:
     
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    I would like to visit you sometime looks nice and good rates:winky:
     
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    The EU BPG

    It is Site Number 25 in the Guide, John - has been there for some time now. :thumb:
     
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  8. billym

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    Patricio.

    I used to live on camino volador dels corbs and know the area well. Your

    camperpark has been built since we left. My question is about access for

    large motorhomes , for example 11 metres long ? Have you had large motorhomes

    on the site? Access must be very difficult.

    By the way. What a lovely place to have a camperpark !

    Thanks
     
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    Look OK from the brochure photo


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  10. dethleff

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    Hi beware, great site,been there,but its a pig to find even with sat co ords, and quite remote.cost was 13 euros a night.
     
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    It will happily take a 40ft RV, Billy.
     
  12. billym

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    Thanks moanddick.

    It's not the site itself I am on about but the roads to it. No way would I take a 40 footer to it unless they have changed the roads since I lived there.
     
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    Have to agree, Billy - we actually do point out in the BPG that the roads are a tad narrow - having said that - we have had RVs go there and they say that it is only a width problem, afterall :Eeek:
     
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    Hola amigos,

    The pitches are 10x5 mts., we have altough a few pitches to take larger Rv's, up to 11 mts. no problem.
    The acces roads are small at some points so I would advice to come and have a look before on foot or bycicle.
    Hereby a file with the local acces map.

    http://www.camperparkcostablanca.com/flyer_CamperparkCB.pdf

    Sunny greetings,
    Patricio
     
  15. billym

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    Thanks Paricio and moanddick.

    GOOD advise about having a look before taking a large RV there !
     

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