- We spent a lot of money to stay in what we believed would be a place akin to established Eurocamp resorts. Instead it was a glorified camp site with some caravans(packed very close together) including no more than a handful of Eurocamp homes(including our 3 bedroom Esprit). Our neighbours during our stay including a group of 30 Spanish teenagers staying in a number of caravans surrounding us, and a stag party. Entertainment was very limited and English speaking just as scarce. Apart from the pool, there really was very little for the kids to do on site. It's a fine place for a group of excitable Spanish teenagers who want to camp, but definitely not for families who pay plenty of money for a relaxing and enjoyable holiday. We were sold this in the hope that with the resort being new to Eurocamp for 2018, a big effort would be made to ensure an enjoyable family holiday - but unfortunately the Eurocamp presence was so small and ineffective that it didn't work in the slightest! This was our first Eurocamp experience, and after staying in much better resorts before, is highly likely to be our last.
Published on: 02 August 2018