Valdevaqueros

N-340km, 75.5, Tarifa, Cádiz, 11380, Spain

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Ideal for ...

  • Dogs
  • Motorhomes
  • Peaceful stays
  • Walking

Why stay here ...

Set at Tarifa on Andalucia’s southernmost tip, this friendly site is great for active families or – being open all year – those seeking some winter sun. A large pool is surrounded by a grassy sunbathing area, and there’s a friendly, cosy restaurant with an open fire for the cooler winter months. Freshly baked bread and pastries are available at the shop. 

The striking Andalucian hills, studded with brilliant white villages and dramatic views, can be discovered by bike or on foot, and Tarifa is renowned for its excellent beaches with fine sand and lovely clean water. There’s also plenty of scope for day trips to Gribaltar and Morocco, which can be booked at reception. 

Around & about 

Roman ruins of Bolonia, Tarifa, Gibraltar, Cadiz, Jerez (Bodegas), Morocco, Sea Tours (Whale watching) Windsurfing, Surfing, Water sports, Horse riding, Golf, Coastal walks, Bird watching. 

Things to do on site ...

  • Evening entertainment (high season)
  • Paddling pool
  • Playground
  • Tennis

Facilities on site ...

  • Bar
  • Barbecues allowed:: gas, electric, barbecue zone
  • Beach (direct access)
  • Disabled facilities -: limited
  • Late arrivals area without electric hook-up
  • Motorhome service point
  • Restaurant
  • Shop
  • Swimming pool
  • Takeaway
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi availability: bar, restaurant

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Useful Info

Latest arrival time - low: 10:00 PM

Latest arrival time - high: 10:00 PM

Earliest departure time - low: 7:00 AM

Earliest departure time - high: 7:00 AM

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Directions

From Malaga. Route recommended by motorway AP7 to Algeciras. There, take the N340 road towards Cadiz. After the village of Tarifa, continue 10km. From Seville. Through the AP-4 toll motorway we arrive at Cadiz, and continue towards Algeciras on the N340 road until km 75.5.

Sites key: Overseas Site

Postcode:
11380
Region:
Spain
Distance to Calais: (kms)
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GPS:
Lat 36.069315 / Lon -5.680494
Michelin map no.
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Winter programme

Here‘s some additional info that you’ll find useful if visiting in the winter months:

  • Excursions and events can be arrange on site: Gibraltar, Morocco, Flamenco nights, Bolonia ruins, Horse dancing events, sea life tours (dolphins, whales, orca whales), vineyards, surfing lessons and competitions.
  • Electricy upgrade is paid direct to the site.
  • Restaurant and Shop open all year.
  • Swimming pool open from April to September.
  • Shop, Bar and Restaurant open all year.

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Wintersun

We stayed here for 10 nights and loved it. Beach just across the road, endless walks. Pitches shaded by trees. Staff very helpful, our fridge kept tripping out due to the voltage dropping under 200V on our pitch so moved us to a pitch nearer the front which sorted the issue. Shower block clean but dated, this didn’t bother us. Most people seemed to have brought their dog so ours will be coming with us next time! Quiet at night. Tarifa worth a visit for some lunch. Didn’t try the restaurant on site so can’t comment. Definitely will come again.
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We loved it!

We very nearly didn't come to this site based on the one review shown here. So glad we did! We have loved it. We arrived without booking and we had a very friendly reception They gave us ASCI reductions when we produced our club membership card and there was no charge for our three dogs. We have a large pitch which is quite private. The loos and showers are fine. Yes, a little bit of graffiti but to be fair, this is etched into the doors (with a knife?) so not easy to remove. Lots of hot water for washing up and a power wash too. Maybe a couple more washing machines would be good, as even in the winter there was a wait sometimes. But the really great thing about this site is the position - just a five minute walk to the glorious endless beach. You can hear the sea from the caravan. We have to leave tomorrow and we will be very sad to go. We will be back next year for sure.
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Not for us, disappointed

Although we didn’t book through the CMHC as we are touring and couldn’t give 3 days notice, we picked this camp based on it being endorsed by the CMHC assuming there would be a good standard of facilities, however the receptionist shrugged her shoulders at our CMHC card, she didn’t even recognise it but they take ACSI. We are here in early December so off season and that should be something to bear in mind. A lot of the pitches are deeply rutted or covered in plastic and many are quite small due to trees in the middle of the pitch. The restaurant food is just ok and a bit more expensive than we have had to date. The main washing block with all the MH facilities at the bottom of the pitch is shut, so is the pool but we have a smaller toilet/shower block near us but the fresh water is locked shut, we have yet to find a fresh water point so another trip back to the reception to ask having been once to ask about the chemical disposal point. We walked the site twice and could only find one Elsan point but actually there are two more at the top of the camp but neither are shown on the woefully poor site map provided by reception. The open sunnier pitches are taken by the long term stayers - fair enough. The plus points - the pitches are mostly separated by hedging so you have a bit of privacy and not crammed on top of each other like several of the other Spanish sites, there are some larger pitches - you pick your own, the beach across the road is magnificent if a bit windy - excellent for surfing and kite surfing. Hot water in the showers and loo roll, however the showers are a square cubicle with nowhere to put towels or clothing, you have to hang them outside or over the door but kept very clean, although a shame to see graffiti all over the toilet doors. We eventually found fresh water at the bottom of the camp by the closed shower block, a man had a pipe attached and was using it to wash his camper van rather than pay to use the motorhome jet wash. There are other campsite around this area, better location and look better pitches. I am at a loss as to why this one has been chosen as an affiliate site. There’s a small supermarket on site with fresh bread.
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