Very large site with a lot of permanent residents, making it look like a shanty town. Very noisy, kids shouting, dogs barking. Only plus is toilet/showers are clean and pool is nice. Would not recommend
This is Spain, not a boring Caravan Club site with vans all pointing in the same direction and equally spaced. If that is what you want don't come here. Staff are friendly and speak good English. Amenities are very clean and enough that there is no queuing for a shower. 50 mtrs walk to a sandy beach stretching all the way to Marbella. Plenty of beach restaurants. Restaurants and supermarket on site and large swimming pool. At peak times there are plenty of activities for children. A very safe site. Good prices, best on the Costa but in the August there are often no pitches available. All in all a good site and renovations are finished it will be excellent
We visited the website, all looked great as we were not too far from the site. Drove to see the site yesterday and it was more than disappointing!... The site was more like a dump and the general feel was as though you would get robbed by the following campers. It was full of rubbish and debris and not enough room to swing a 🐱 cat. Needless to say we got outta there as quick as we could. Will not recommend to anyone unfortunately.
Great location, near the sea. Friendly reception staff but the whole site needs updating. It has great potential...location, size, lovely pool good facilities but the whole site had the appearance of a shanty town, constructions of all shapes and sizes, not very attractive.
We were excited to learn a market was on site, bakery, butcher, The Mediterraneo Bar, plus a separate restaurant. These are welcomed amenities. Ladies and Gents facilities were clean and being renovated. It was an enormous place and the berths were close in proximity. It felt like a permanent town due to the amount of long-termers living there. Everywhere we travel Wi-Fi is free or 1.00 Euro. They charge 5.00 Euros a day and state internet connection is an option. NOT an option these days when one needs to communicate with family and another guest likes (very much) to blog. We promptly left the next morning and continued to ROAM. Tinto & Blanco of The Roaming Stevens Submitted by: Patricia Gordon-Stevens