Roquetas de Mar
Paraje Los Parrales 90, Roquetas de Mar, Almeria, 04740, SpainView on map
Why stay here ...
In the winter months, the site can be very busy with small pitches that are doubled up for those guests arriving early in the winter, offering guests a larger area in which to pitch up.
There is one pool onsite open from May to September, and the restaurant has an extensive menu with lots of traditional dishes. Motorhomers will appreciate the area as there are local operators that provide bicycle and car hire to explore the nearby towns and beaches, please ask at reception for more information and they'll be happy to help.
Ideally located to explore the nearby fishing town of Almeria which comes with long stretches of beaches, moorish streets and fantastic tapas bars.
The nearby town of Aguadulce offers a pleasant beach and promenade ideal for a seaside walk and a marina with plenty of affordable restaurants.
The Almeria region is renowned for its plastic greenhouses which grown fresh fruit and vegetables which can be seen on the approach to the campsite. There are plenty of local markets to explore in Aguadulce, El Parador and Roquetas.
Nature lovers will enjoy trips to the local nature reserves. Punta Entinas Sabinar Natural Park is particularly good, with herons, flamingos and avocets nesting in the protected wetland habitat.
Around and About
Granada, Almeria, Roquetas de Mar, Torre del Sol, Nerja, Cabo de Gata Nature Park, Aqua-Zoo, Golf, Hiking, Tennis.
From the A7/E15 take exit 429 (Roquetas de Mar). Continue to follow the signs for Roquetas de Mar over two roundabouts then follow signs to Aguadulce on the N340a. From the N340a follow the blue and white camping signs to the site. Site is also signed from the A391 (blue and white signs)
- Distance to Calais: (kms)
- Lat 36.797627 / Lon -2.591419
- Michelin map no.
- Daily public transport within 2 kms
- Nearest port: Santander (999 kms)
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Hi, Sept 2017. Didnt stop on site but did a drive in visit. No comment as to facilities. Approach from south is through plastic greenhouses and run down housing area. Bit of a walk to any shops. Not much on beach at this point as it is mid way between town centre marinas. Almeria region is totally blighted by the Plastic Greenhouse and their Horticulture. Have a read and view pictures on here :- https://www.ecowatch.com/europes-dirty-little-secret-moroccan-slaves-and-a-sea-of-plastic-1882131257.html Dry region, plenty of sunny days. We would consider shorter stay in this region only but you may like it. Seemingly by choice Motorhomes in large numbers were using the parking zones on the Beach front to the very south of Roquetas de Mar in the upmarket holiday area.adjacent to the beach and dunes of the coastal the strip of national park. Google search the area carefully beforehand.
Comment from the Site:
The Almeria region is renowned for its plastic greenhouses which grow fresh fruit and vegetables which can be seen on the way to the campsite.