Bonterra Park (REF : E19)

Avda De Barcelona 47, Benicassim, 12560, Spain

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Ideal for ...

  • Active stays
  • Beach stays
  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Motorhomes
  • Walking

Why stay here ...

Set in the traditional Spanish town of Benicassim on the Costa del Azahar, this vibrant site has a warm welcome for all visitors all year round. It's a popular destination for winter sun seekers, and offers inviting swimming pools (one covered) surrounded by a terrace for sunbathing and overlooked by an attractive bar and restaurant. Several supermarkets can be found just outside the site and the traditional Spanish town of Benicassim is a ten-minute walk away.

With a strong emphasis on social activities, evening entertainment includes quiz nights, flamenco evenings and games nights. If you are looking to learn Spanish there are language classes available, as well as Spanish cookery classes in which you’ll learn how much some delicious traditional dishes. There are fantastic cycle routes from the campsite, and the lovely Oropesa del Mar cycle route is nearby.

Famous for annually hosting Spain’s top musical festival, Benicassim has one of the most beautiful beaches in the region and some lovely architecture. The modern city of Valencia is within driving distance, while more locally there are plenty of cycling routes to enjoy.

Around and About

Benicássim, Valencia, Peñiscola, Vinarox, Cabanes, Montanejos, Sagunto, Navajas, Mini-golf.

Things to do on site ...

  • Bike hire
  • Daytime entertainment (all season)
  • Games room
  • Playground
  • Tennis

Facilities on site ...

  • Bar
  • Barbecues allowed:: charcoal, gas, electric
  • Disabled facilities -: good
  • Fitness room
  • Motorhome service point
  • Pizzeria
  • Restaurant
  • Shop
  • Swimming pool
  • Takeaway
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi charge

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Useful Info

Latest arrival time - low: 10:00 PM

Latest arrival time - high: 10:00 PM

Earliest departure time - low: 8:00 AM

Earliest departure time - high: 8:00 AM

Nearby

Supermarket notes:

Supermarket is less than 1 km

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Directions

From the AP7 take exit 46 (SP Castellón/Benicasin) then continue on the N340 (SP Benicassim/Tarragona) for approx 4.4miles/7.1 km then take exit (SP Benicassim) go straight over roundabout and continue through town centre for 1mile/1.6km. Site entrance will be on the left shortly after the iron bridge. Please do not follow sat nav directions to this site.

Sites key: Overseas Site

Postcode:
12560
Region:
Spain
Distance to Calais: (kms)
980
GPS:
Lat 40.05709 / Lon 0.07429
Michelin map no.
577

Transport links

  • Buses go to: Castellón
  • Daily public transport within 2 kms
  • Nearest port: Santander (462 kms)

Winter programme

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

  • Wilst this site may have limited facilities open in low season, the bar and restaurant remain open in winter.
  • There is a large Mercadona Supermarket across the road from the site.
  • There's plenty of activities organised during the low season, for those who wish to take part.

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Quaint but Quiet

I would agree with everything positive about this site, all facilities are excellent, staff friendly and helpful, lovely swimming pools, ideal for beach and Benicassim but for us it was just too quiet, a lot of shops and restaurants were closed, Sundays especially, and, unless you travel away from Benicassim, by bike, bus, train or car, there isn't a lot to do. If you're looking for a break away from it all then this is ideal but we prefer a bit more going on!
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Wonderful well organised campsite

This was a very friendly and efficient campsite. Well looked after and very clean. Lots of facilities and you were allowed to choose your own pitch. Pool was lovely and it had a great restaurant although we didn’t eat there. Short walk from the beach and there is a supermarket opposite the entrance. We only stayed one night but would look to stay longer next time as it had a lovely feel to it.
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Winter Suntrap

We stayed at this large site for 9 weeks from early January until 9th March 2019 and had very good weather. There is a tendency during January for ferocious winds, but otherwise it was sunny and dry most of the time. The site is extremely efficiently run and kept immaculately clean. In the newer shower block the showers are like mini wet rooms and there are private cubicles with sink and electric point. All the general sinks have power points too. Facilities for washing dishes and clothes and even dogs (!) are attached to each shower block. There is a laundry room by reception. The site was quiet but would probably be noisy during high season when there are lots of children. The lovely little town of Benicassim is ten minutes walk away and has some lovely restaurants.The beach is also a few minutes walk away. There are frequent buses to Castellon (the next town) from a stop nearby. A supermarket is across the road and a Lidl a few yards further on. There are lots of daily activities run by the site, including use of the gym equipment and classes in Yoga, Pilates, Tai Chi and general fitness plus bike rides, hiking, Spanish language lessons - all free! Two swimming pools (indoor one is heated) are close to the site restaurant and bar. There are cycling paths all around the area and a dedicated dog walk. Pitch sizes vary and most are surrounded by hedges for privacy. Electricity is an extra charge and is very expensive. Lots of English, Dutch and German people plus a few French. We would definitely stay here again.
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A Site That Ticks all the Boxes.

We enjoyed a three night stay just before Christmas and can see why this is such a popular site, especially for those on an extended break over the winter months. Dogs are not allowed on the beach although plenty ignored the signs, but there is a good paved path behind the site ideal for cycling or dog walking. On site restaurant is ok but plenty other choices nearby and there is a really good supermarket a two minute walk away. Toilets and showers are excellent. Some of the pitches are minimalist in size but you can choose your own and we managed to get a corner one in a good spot and bigger than most. Overall what’s not to like!
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A large, upmarket, very efficiently run site in a pleasant resport, with exclllent facilities and easy access to the beach.

Benicassim is a smart Spanish resort, and Bonterra Park is conveniently located a couple of roads back from the beaches, a short trip into town, with a good supermarket opposite the main entrance, and a Lidl nearby. It is a large site, well laid out, with a wide range of facilities, and everything immaculately clean. The restaurant is good, and the pool area attractive, but may get very crowded in high season. The pitches are varying size, some with shade, some more open, and those around the good toilet and shower blocks can be quite close together - we preferred a larger pitch at the top end of the site, with a less crowded (and more peaceful) feel. Whilst we were staying here in mid September, my wife was immobile with a broken foot. The extremely efficient and friendly staff could not have been more supportive, helpful and sympathetic, providing not just good advice but also lending us an essential wheelchair. I am glad we visited this excellent site in mid September, after the peak season: it was still very busy, and I suspect August would have been a bit too overcrowded for our taste. We were unlucky with WiFi during out stay - a major area fault knocked it out for several days, but this was not the fault of the site. We would love to return when we can enjoy off site activities and attractions without the mobility issues we had - but we did find some excellent restaurants, even if needing taxis. Incidentally, having had to attend both a local health centre in Benicassim and the general hospital in Castellion, we have nothing but praise for the professional, efficient, quick and friendly Spanish state medical services.
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