In Villasur de Herreros, at 15 km from Burgos is located camping Puerta de la Demanda. Located in a valley of oak, beech and pine trees, close to the Arlanzón river, where all non-motorised watersports are allowed to be done. The ATAPUERCA declared as global concern at 10 km. The VIA VERDE passes a see morelong the campsite. Biking and hiking routes and paths in the surroundings. Great location to visit Burgos and all the attractions in the area. The camping offers a bar, restaurant, playground for kids, sanitary blocks, grassy plots and different types of bungalows. Animals are our guests for free.
Rio Nela campsite is in Trespaderne municipality. Trespaderne is a village located in the north of Burgos province in "Las Merindades" county. Three rivers run through the area, the Ebro, Nela and Jerea. These form an extraordinary landscape, proof of which can be seen in: the Sierra de la Tesla, Ho see morerada gorge etc. it is a stone/'s throw from such spectacular valleys as Valdivielso, Manzanedo, Zamanzas and villages such as Frías, Oña and Poza de la Sal, the beauty of which can only be experienced by a visit.
In the centre of Castile, in the Heart of Spain, we are known for our cleanliness, our service spirit and our quiet location. Our land is full of history, good cooking and kind people. Prices include hot water, swimming pool and the use of free access sports and recreational facilities. El Astral is see more declared "a Nature friendly campsite" by the latest Environmental Audit.
Thanks to our privileged location, just a few minutes away from the city centre, you will be able to fully enjoy Salamanca -a city included in the UNESCO World Heritage List- as well as its monuments and its people.
Sierra de la Culebra campsite, 1st class, is located in an area of great environmental worth, in the middle of 4 Protected Natural Areas (Sierra de la Culebra, Lake Sanabria, Montesinho Natural Park in Portugal and Arribes del Duero). The campsite has first-rate facilities with an outstanding gastro see morenomic offer and wonderful sports/' facilities. The climate is continental Mediterranean and, notable in its biodiversity are the Iberian Wolf (in Europe/'s largest reserve), deer, birds and mycology.
Nice, but bungalow relatively expensive considering time of year ( nearly Oct. ) , small compared to others, no towels ( compared to others ). Need toaster. Shower curtain awful. A little expensive at 70 euros per night. Stayed in one at Caceres a week before, 56 euros and much better. Nice area though but could be imprioved.
Senior Well defined areas Very quiet Bungalows Restaurant Near river or lake A lot of shade Fishing area
Value for money