Camp for €17,- a night at Campsite Altomira in low season with CampingCard ACSI. Campsite Altomira, located in Navajas (Castellón), is a campsite with 50 touring pitches and 30 year round pitches. With your CampingCard ACSI you can camp on one of the pitches during the following periods: 01/01 - 20/03, 04/04 - 30/06 and 01/09 - 31/12.
A beautiful campsite located in the hills with panoramic views. Just 20 km from the Mediterranean. Good for walking and cycling. A direct train connection to the beautiful city of Valencia. Natural, mineral springs with health-giving water in the area. Good swimming pool and restaurant. Lovely cycling opportunities along a former narrow-gauge railway line.
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Detail information about this campsite
- Period of opening
- 01/01 till 31/12
- 2.5 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 50 (70 - 80m2)
- Number of camper pitches
- Number of permanent pitches
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
- Eco campsite
* Facilities printed in bold are not included in the overnight rate. Supplementary charges will apply. (This does not mean that facilities which are not printed in bold are free!)
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A hilly campsite but spacious plots. Third level a bit tricky to get onto but just take your time. Water and electric on pitches. Toilets and showers:- clean but basic. Staff can speak English and very helpful. The old railway track runs out of the back of the campsite and you can cycle or walk for miles . Villages around are small and friendly. Wifi:- not very strong on the pitches, one devise at a time. Overall good for walking/cycling and peace and quiet.
if you are young and fit or a mountain goat, then this campsite might suit you. Set on terraces, with the lower three or four being reserved for long stay campers, some of whom have obviously been here for years, (reminiscent of a refuge camp). The Caravans all looked very scruffy draped in flapping canvas and sun shades. The roads in the camp site are rough with potholes everywhere, except at the entrance which is very smart with state of the art (number plate recognition) automatic barriers. Travelers like us were allocated pitches at the top of the hill under artificial shade, on gravel plots that will bend the strongest of your tent pegs. The toilet blocks are a bit tired, but just about adequate if you are lucky enough to get tepid or lukewarm water. Barbecue\'s are not allowed, and there is not enough electricity to power an electric grill or even a kettle, If like us your caravan has air conditioning then you will be dissapointed when it trips the fuses. If you want to use the pool or visit the bar/restaurant then be prepared for a long walk down and a really tough climb back home afterwards. We did actually drive down to the entrance where all the facilities are located, but unfortunately there are no parking spaces. We did eventually persuade the girl in reception (I pointed out my bandaged knee) to allow us to overstay the 5 minute parking limit so we could have a quick swim. I was disappointed with this campsite, having read some quite good reviews.
If you want to visit this area avoid the weekends when it seems like the entire Valencian community is here.
Can\'t fault the campsite but the meal we had in the restaurant was appalling! The soup was supposed to be a local speciality with ham and croutons, we got chicken noodle and it was very salty. The main course of chicken breast was hard and dry the accompanying \"seasonable vegetables\" mounted to one small burnt piece of something that might have been a vegetable, we couldn\'t tell, and the ice cream for desert was a 2inch square of tasteless stuff on a plate with nothing to decorate it or make it look appetising.
We would stay again but forget the restaurant.
las parcelas son duras. es necesario llevar piquetas duras. el propio camping las cede. sólo hay dos váteres y dos duchas para unas 50 personas aproximadamente. lo bueno es que tiene la vía verde a 50 metros del camping. los lavabos los limpian a primera hora de la mañana y nada más.
A good site for a couple of night if you have Been travelling down or up to Bilbao etc. The toilets and shower are good .the staff are friendly easy to talk to. Restaurant / bar are okay pitch are big enough for or 7 m motorhome get into and out off the site is not a problem
This is a lovely site with very good facilities (although we did not use most of them!!). However, being terraced it was quite a climb from the reception and entertainment area to the top of the site, where we were sited! (which is why we didn\'t use the bar etc.) ****HOWEVER - BEWARE*** some pitches are accessed by extremely high kerbs and we had real problems getting on and off, damaging the underside of our motorhome slightly. Other pitches, lower down the site, were fine... Would we stay again? Yes, but only on a pitch with flat access.
Best campsite we\'ve stayed in during our 2 months in Spain. Staff in reception were extremely helpful and encouraging of our (limited) Spanish language skills. Toilets and showers very clean, loads of hot water. Plenty of walking & cycling in the area. Local shopkeepers very welcoming and friendly.
The welcome here was very good and because the site is terraced the views are good too. However it is an awkward site to get into and larger units may well have some difficulties. There is a \"lip\" on the edge of many of the pitches and so manoevering into a pitch may be hard. I ground our grey water tank getting in - luckily without any damage and fortunately there was a helpful person on the next pitch who then helped us in. The water was hot but the facilities could do with updating (the top ones at least - the lower ones were a little better) and a deep clean maybe. The site roads are in fairly poor condition. The cafe was pleasant and friendly & via Verde an attraction. The town of Navajas is fairly small and does not have a lot of shops or anything. We\'d use this as a stopover again (though it would depend on what sized unit we had) - unsure if we would stay much longer.
Campsite staff are very friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. They run a well stocked shop, which was really helpful as most shops in town seemed closed. The washroom facilities are very good and very clean.The site is a great base for some good walking and cycling and has good views over the town. Navajas is an interesting little town with some wonderful villas and impressive waterfalls.
Mooie en gezellige camping in het achterland maar toch ook dichtbij de zee. Leuke fietstochten gemaakt. Navajas is een leuk dorp met veel natuur in de omgeving. Valencia makkelijk te bereiken met de trein. Met de auto naar Sagunt en vanaf hier met de trein naar Valencia. Hond mocht gratis mee in de trein.
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