The approach to this site, as you might expect, is steep and winding, so a decent power to weight ratio is required. We stayed a week in winter 2015/16 and it was great; sunny days and chilly nights. The owner 'Paco' is a very helpful guy with good English. And, if you've got a few million he will sell you the site so he can retire. That possibly explains the lack of investment in updating the facilities which were obviously very good in their day, but are now rather tired, but clean and serviceable. The onsite restaurant has a small bar with a nice log fire with WiFi. The local people used the restaurant and it was well supported on New Years Eve, again, very pleasant staff. The on site shop is compact but stocked all essentials and fresh bread. The location is excellent for visiting Granada and the Sierra Nevada Ski resort (which has excellent underground parking) though no snow when we were there. If you plan on visiting the Alhambra its worth booking a ticket online beforehand. If you pay on the day you will inevitably que with no guarantee of getting in due to restricted numbers. parking at The Alhambra is easy, and their is parking for motorhomes/caravans. The site itself has some lovely views over the reservoir below. There is nowhere to poop dogs on site but plenty of access opposite main entrance.