We spent two nights here before heading off for Santander and home. As we had an early evening ferry, there was plenty of time to make the150 mile journey. The site was fairly quiet (late March) and as we arrived early afternoon we had a good choice of pitch, with electricity and water adjacent. Some of the pitches need a very long lead, so we were lucky. The lady in Reception spoke good English and was very helpful. The toilet block was modern, well-apponted and very clean but we had a disappointing meal in the restaurant. We found the wifi reasonably priced but the signal was not always as good as it might have been. The interesting citadel of Tordesillas, which is well worth a visit, is a short walk across an ancient bridge over the River Duero. There are also walks starting from near the site which can be found in a leaflet (in English!) at Reception. An ideal last (or, indeed, first) stop in Spain and certainly good for a stay of a couple of nights.