Altomira

Rated 4 of 5

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Rated 4 of 5

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Rated 4 of 5

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Rated 4 of 5

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Lovely site - but steep

This is a lovely site; enjoyable pool, good views, close to Navajas (charming small Spanish town), friendly staff, adjacent to fantastic cycle path. But: chances are you will be placed on one of the higher terraces. The terraces are flat, but the access is very steep. It was a battle for me to get our 2010 Swift Charisma up there. I would not want to return without: a. 4x4 and b. v small caravan. Having said all that, it really is a lovely place, and if you are up for a bit of adventure, go for it!
Caravanner from Cheshire

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Great, peaceful location

We used this site as a stopover between Zaragoza and Bonterra Park January 2017. Friendly, helpful welcome. Yes it's a steep slope to the top terraces, there are kerbs but nowhere near as high as at Bonterra Park. Facilities are fine, and clean. The views are amazing ! The walk along the Via Verde excellent. We will be back for a longer stay.
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Big mistake

First and only visit to this site. Sent to a pitch at bottom of tge very steep hill which was impossible to get in. Had to ask all the Spanish campers to move their cars, picnic tables and bbqs in order for us to get through at the end of the road it was blocked by plant pots. An English camper who was swimming then suggested we go to the top of the hill where we should be able to get in a pitch. Luckilly found a pitch to drive on but road so badly made up and big dip which took the underseal off the motorhome despite putting suspension up. My wife is disabled and so we could not get to the restaurant. Would not recomend despite beautiful views.
Motorhomer from Surrey

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Not Good

The previous reviews sum it up very well. We were to satay 4 nights but lasted only 1 and would have gone earlier had we not struggled to pitch our van (a mover is a must )! Steep, awkward, very poor facilities.... if there were other stopover options I suggest you seek those. Enjoy (or not)!
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Steep

We stayed 2 nights early May.  The site is extremely steep.  The bottom half is full off cabins and long term caravans which you don't really notice as tourers are at the top of the hill.  The kerbs onto the plots are dangerous and whilst we were there a Dutch couple stranded their car's front bumper as they manouvered their van.  It took several hours and car jacks & ramps to free it. Showers ok but need updating.  6 amp electricty supply tempremental which would not support our Bailey caravan water heater.  Restaurant ok but Paella was over salted. A good stopover site.
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Overnight stop

Unfortunately we arrived at this site on Easter Sunday so it was absolutely packed and very noisy. This site is not suitable for large twin axle caravans . The pitches are small and tightly packed together with no privacy. Fortunately we only spent one night there. We had a meal in the restaurant which was ok  We would not return to this site. In its favour it is has easy access from the motorway

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Overnight stop

Stayed overnight for second time, once in 2015 and 2016. Travelled from St Jean de Luz a distance of 340 miles. The site is very steep with very difficult kerbs in front of some pitches making it very difficult for long caravans (tandem axles) and long motorhomes. Some pitches are narrow with little room for cars at side of vans. Very quiet site with excellent views and very helpful Reception staff. The visits were out of season and the warm Toilet block was very welcome. Be careful with electrics, only 6amp (supposed to be). Would use the site again.
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A must if you like to walk!

Stayed here for 2 nights and had intended it to be somewhere to park while we explored Valencia but it was so beautiful we stayed put. The site is right next to the Via Verde, which is an old railway track that stretches a long way in each direction. The town of Navajas is also interesting. The site itself is terraced and the best views are from the top, but that can be windy! Facilities are very good. Excellent value for money.  On a negative note, we had lunch in the restaurant and it was very cheap but not very good. May be better in season?

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