This site really could not be easier to find, it is directly off the main duel carriageway to La Manga, albeit you have to go past it on the westbound carriageway for about half-mile to exit, cross-over and return on the eastbound carriageway. The site access is very easy and a security guard at the entrance will direct you to the parking area, while you go the check in. This also gives you the opportunity to walk the site and chose a different pitch if you're unhappy with the one allocated. The pitches are not over-generous - our 8m caravan has a little room front-and-back, but with the awning up we literally fill the width of the pitch. In the main you have to park your car in one of the plentiful parking areas. A good proportion of the site has chalet / static caravans / dwellings, some of which are quite scruffy and there is no uniformity to them, which makes the site look a little unkempt - I fully understand the "Shanty Town" comments in some other reviews. The site road does generate quite a bit of noise as vehicles tend to travel at much greater speeds then the 20kph limit. This would be a major concern if we were travelling with little ones. The site toilet and shower facilities are pretty basic - the shower cubicles are not really large-enough to dress within your cubicle. However, they are spotless, there is a team of cleaners that just rotate through the facilities blocks all day long. The site amenities are numerous - there's an excellent supermarket, an excellent bar and restaurant. Swimming pools (yet-to-open), tennis courts, paddle courts, basketball courts, children's play areas. At the bottom of the site is the beach, where the bar restaurant is located. From this point it's a short walk to Playa Honda or Mar de Crystal. In Cabo de Palos a couple of miles away there are several supermarkets, petrol stations and other shops - and a market every Sunday. The rally itself is brilliantly hosted, with loads of activities happening throughout each week. You can join in as many or as few as you like.