This is a difficult site to review, a mixed bag. It is set in a National Park, semi desert, arid with scrub and trees and some lagoons, quite good for birdwatching (the flamingoes are expected soon) fair walks and stretches of beach to yourself, the sea is calm and crystal clear and swimmable. It's quiet, no traffic, no high-rise, no seagulls even, just tiny birds and gentle breezes and occasionally a group of goats with bells being moved. Good restaurants on the few complexes along the beach, good fish and good prices. The site has good clean facilities and fair size pitches with mixed nationalities. There is a little shop with sparse stocks, although there is a Spa in the next village. The downside is that all this area of Spain is covered in plastic tomato houses and the site butts up to some. Also there is litter and dog poo about. And the site is basic-ish. But sitting in a noisy sunless pitch in Marbella I wish I was back in Cabo, the peace was lovely.