Why: We wanted a site in the Bay of Roses and this one had been recommended to us by friends. Location: About a 30-minute walk into St Pere Pescador and a 15-minute drive from the AP7. Check in – we had pre-booked through the caravan club to be certain of a pitch. We presented our letter of confirmation to the English-speaking receptionist and were shown to our pre-allocated pitch. Given that it was the 1st September we were surprised by the number of other campers also booking in. The site was not 100% full but it wasn’t far off. Many Dutch and German outfits with a sprinkling of English, French and Spanish at weekends. Pitch –huge by Spanish standards. Even with our 7.5m van, car and awning we could have got another large car on the pitch. Pitches are separated by hedges and all have water and electricity. For about 4 euros per night you can upgrade to one with waste water drainage. There are even some with their own private bathroom in a shed. Facilities • The shower block near our pitch was fairly new and was almost of Spa quality. There are other older blocks but all are very well maintained. All blocks are incredibly clean with a team of cleaners in attendance almost all of the day. Without doubt the best sanitary facilities of any site we have visited in Spain. • Swimming pools quite large clean and well maintained. Child friendly. • Bar and restaurant. Usual international menu mainly featuring frites but it was very busy and also very good and reasonably priced. Whilst there we tried the steak, seafood, pork and pizza and were not disappointed. The wine is also very drinkable cheap. You can buy the same wine in the bar to take away in a box. There is also a bar on the beach which serves cocktails and food until the early hours. This was also excellent. • Supermarket with a wide range of stock. You could have done all your shopping there. Prices very reasonable. • Beach – you can walk out of the gate directly onto the beach which runs for miles around the bay. It was cleaned daily and was great for adults and children as the sea is very shallow for some distance. No matter how busy it is you will always find a quiet spot. Beware, it can get very windy, which is great for the kite surfers but not so good for the sun worshippers. It got so windy that we had to leave on about 2 days during each week at the beginning of September. We did however return to watch the kite surfers who were amazing. Pros • Very well run and maintained site. • Large pitches • 5-star sanitary facilities. • Site is more or less bordering the beach. • Good value for money food and drink. • Well placed to discover all the towns and sites of the Bay of Roses Cons • Can get very windy due to location South of the Pyrenees • Whilst it was quiet whilst we were there we were told it can get very busy and noisy during the peak season. Would we use again – yes. Had a great time. We would also pre-book again.