Site booking in Spain ? (1 Viewer)

Apr 21, 2015
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Hi the Missus and I are embarking on our first trip to Spain end of January and all February via Fance. Do we need to book sites in Spain if we want to stay a few nights in one place? We anticipate the Med coast probably down as far as Alicante, but cutting across via Pamplona etc
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rf9ridrer

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In our area of Spain (Andalusia) sites are busy due to the North Europeans coming for winter, i would book ahead.
 
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jumar

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Get an ACSI 2023 card....if you book, you have to stay...it might not be to your liking...very busy in Spain during the winter months...
 
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bobandjanie

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The sites where we are in Javea are busy at that time, that is not saying you
won't get on because you might be lucky, we have been given a pitch for a few days that's booked and promised to leave on a particular day. šŸ˜

If you want to try and get on a particular site or location it's probably better to try and book. šŸ˜Ž Bob.
 
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Hi the Missus and I are embarking on our first trip to Spain end of January and all February via Fance. Do we need to book sites in Spain if we want to stay a few nights in one place? We anticipate the Med coast probably down as far as Alicante, but cutting across via Pamplona etc
Thanks in advance
On route at the moment travelling from Murcia to France on Med coast, managed to get on a site just north of Sagunt bit it's rammed with northern europeans wintering, so looking I would try and book if you want a lengthy stay but one night or two should be ok.

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May 7, 2017
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We used Aires book Some Campsites From mid January to mid March, never booked anything, but , we found arriving at a Campsite before noon, we always got a pitch .we travelled from Bilbao Spain going South through /past Madrid ( easy motorway) got to South coast Motril ,went East then up east coast Porto de Mazarron, Alicante etc. worked way up to Santander.we used Campsites for few days here and there, but mainly used Aires.
 
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Oct 27, 2007
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We have just left a site in Los Alcazares. It is fully booked from Jan to March. It was getting busier as we left. Mainly Swedes, Norwegians, Germans abd Dutch.
 
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When we went in January last year for 90 days we found it hard to find space on sites that we had not already booked we tried Mazaron and it was rammed every where so had to move to Aguilis.

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May 7, 2017
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We were at Eco area Los Alcazares. Really liked it there. We were only staying a few days. Ended up staying 16 days
We looked at that site when it was being built looked great we were staying on the site next door which was lovely
Hi the Missus and I are embarking on our first trip to Spain end of January and all February via Fance. Do we need to book sites in Spain if we want to stay a few nights in one place? We anticipate the Med coast probably down as far as Alicante, but cutting across via Pamplona etc
Thanks in advance
There's a big campsite at Albir just south of Benidorm, next to sea, but. It gets booked up, if Benidorm is your thing you can catch a bus to there we usually do ,but 1 day in Benidorm is enough for us !!

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Oct 27, 2007
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It was lovely. All the pitches are big and have water, waste water drain and electric on.



We had a pitch 12 metres by 7 metres. 11 euros a night. Electric is metered at 60c a unit. We had WiFi which was excellent strength. (Wasn't charged for it).

The site next door is expanding and is being surfaced at the moment.
 
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