We stayed here at the very end of September for 3 nights. The setting of the site is magnificent, overlooked by glorious mountain scenery. The drive to the site from Huesca was a pleasure in its own right. The area where we were located consisted of spacious pitches, with high hedges providing privacy. Our pitch had 10A EHU, but I had to argue to get this rather than 6A. There are no serviced pitches, with taps fairly close and a motorhome service point behind reception. The area where most caravans and motorhome were situated was quiet day and night (notwithstanding a little bit of noise from the stone/concrete works 1/4 mile away on weekdays). The camping area under trees nearer the toilet/shower block was more lively and noisy but sufficiently far away from our pitch as to be no problem. The sanitation facilities were extensive and spotless, if needing refurbishing. The washing machine and dryer were not very effective. Disappointingly the restaurant only served paella or pizzas (possibly a low season issue), and they were overpriced if nicely cooked. The swimming pools and sports facilities were excellent. Apart from one briefly surly receptionist the day we arrived, all staff were friendly, helpful and very good humoured. The shop was well stocked. WiFi was only available around the bar. However, there was an overall feeling that refurbishment and upgrading was needed across the site. Nevertheless, the jewel in the crown is the delightful old town of Ainsa just under 1 1/2 miles away, with a glorious medieval plaza and good bars and restaurants, and fantastic views from the castle walls.