Discussion in 'Continental Touring' started by paulus the woodgnome, May 12, 2011.
has anybody ever motorhomed down to salou and if so any good camping sites
any good overnight stops and how long to get there:thumb:
Hi Paulus there's a campsite in the town, stayed about 6 years ago, very handy for the town, beach, Parkadventurer and the station.
Can't remember where we stopped, probably motorway services.
Yes we have, this is a superb site, nice stroll into Salou town and a very pretty port and promenade.
We love it and have been a few times, clean well set out, nice bar & Restaurant,, super swimming pool, clean showers etc etc. :thumb:
Here = http://www.eurocamp.co.uk/index.cfm?fuseaction=campsites.resortoverview&ver=1&mastercode=553
Don't know that place but Peniscola, just south, is a charming "Spanish" resort. There's an aire and campsites.
have been looking at this camp looks good
but wont book it with eurocamp will book it direct with park
Last September we went to Salou and stayed in La Siesta
As already said a lovely site in the centre of Salou easy walk to beach and a good local bus service,
We took 2 days to go down and came back through Andora ( police and french customs stop most GB motorhomes and search every where know your allowances ) we stopped at aires in both directions and took 8 days to return. We would do it again tomorrow given half a chance.
There are many camp sites in that area to choose from.
All the best
Yes I'll second that about Peniscola..smashing place we had 8 weeks there a couple of years ago at Camping El Eden..bags of discounts for longer stays and a fabulous beach across from the site a five minute walk to the town market on a Monday...
Was in Salou 3 weeks ago,parked on the prom opposite the beachbar at Cambrils.
No problem as it was still early season.
Wow. We had one night ( or was it 2 ? ) on the aire opposite the mega hotel at the end of town but it was enough to see how "unspoiled" it was. The place was where a good Spanish family would got to be untroubled by non Spanish riff-raff.
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