Winter Prices Spain or Portugal?

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  1. PeteH

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    Hi

    Looking at a possible break Post New Year. Due to medical Needs it would have to be close to a Large town etc; (Ie say Benidorm) or similar.

    So what would you expect to pay per night in February. Now?.

    Note:- when I last went it was less than 10euro per night!.

    Can you still use Camping cheques?

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    Hi most campsites around benidorm do a 30 night deal works out about 15 euros a night but I think if you only stay on a nightly basis you will pay around 20+euros per night if you have a acsi cardthey are about 18 euros per night butnot all sites take them happy travels Rod
     
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    COME ON be honest, you paid in Pesatas. !!! :)
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    €3.00 per night at Praia da Rocha and a sizeable discount if you stay for a month at a time...

    (Mind you, I know a less expensive spot I will go to after my weekend trip to Blighty Dec 11th.)

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    Raco prices for long stay excuse the photo image.jpeg
     
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    Is this typical pricing? Seems very expensive to me. Do they give ACSI discount?
     
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    We have just rolled into Albufeira campsite in Portugal as a stopover for six nights before we move on. Payed €70 inc EHU and the suns shining.
     
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    Go to the camper stop by the fooball ground 7 euro per night ehu water showers etc.
     
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    Bloody hell Tonka your going back a fee years:whistle: ps that was the good old days?
     
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    Bit late now but thanks for the heads up, first winter away and wife feels more secure on sites, so we have done a mix of sites and paid Aires and a some free ones in France. If I was on my own it would be a different kind of trip and a lot cheaper but it's her trip also.
     
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    You old softie !!! but your right...
     
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    There are only 2 ACSI (2016) sites in Portugal charging just €11, but they are not open through the winter. And likewise, one in Spain.

    A couple of ACSI sites in Valencia are open all year and charging €13 inc hook-up.

    http://www.campingcard.co.uk/spain/valencian/castellon/peniscola/campsite-los-pinos-sl-106719/

    http://www.campingcard.co.uk/spain/valencian/castellon/peniscola/campsite-sol-dor-122115/

    It's easy to search the ACSI site by price and country: http://www.campingcard.co.uk/campsite/search/

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    Yup! Potatoes it was!

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    Unfortunately. I have been that route before (that is WHY I have "my own Bed / Facilities" etc). AND I HATE Airports. Bad enough going to the USA. where we are collected from the airport by family etc; and we only did that once every 6 months!. Getting to eg; East Mid. Finding parking, Carrying cases, NO Thanks!!.

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    Its worth a walk up the hill just behind your campsite for a look. to see what a motor home stop is like.
     
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    Camping Raco is reasonable if you're staying over 30 days 16 € a day for 2 people + MH or caravan.We pay 14.50€ for 90 days plus,under £11 a day which includes 2 kW of Leccie hot showers and serviced pitch. In the uk you struggle to get a decent site for anything like that price and the bonus here is you get sunshine even in winter.
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    My sort of price. Last time I paid it cost the equivalent of £8 for 7 nights in Portugal. Inc; electric.:xgrin:
     
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