At Campsite Pinar San José in Los Caños de Meca (Cadiz) camping costs as little as €20,- per night during low season with CampingCard ACSI. At one of the 150 touring pitches you will get a discounted rate during the period 01-01-2019 - 16-04-2019, 21-04-2019 - 13-06-2019 and 08-09-2019 - 31-12-2019. At this campsite you can not only use your CampingCard ACSI for inexpensive camping, you can also use your ACSI Club ID (as an alternative ID).
Located in a large pine forest next to Breña nature park, with predominantly comfort pitches on fresh grass, this campsite offers plenty of natural recreation and is close to spacious beaches.
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Excellent site the best one we stayed on in Spain, finished staying 9 nights and could have quite easily stayed longer, but heading to Portugal. Would definitely recommend.
Great site and I agree with most previous positive comments. Only things to add was that showers were a bit pathetic (tho clean), the receptionist could have been more helpful and I think the site is most suited either for those who like to drive around or very outdoorsy types. We cycled to the beach and tried to cycle round the nature reserve (got lost). Late March many things nearby were closed and we had 30mph winds! That’s windy!!
Lovely site. Friendly reception staff. Good sized pitches. Excellent sport facilities. The nearby beach is fantastic. Real peace and quiet too. WiFi excellent.
We were recommended to try this site because we are musicians and from October the site is popular with a group of Brits who come here for the winter, many of who play and sing. We intended to stay 2 weeks and ended up staying for 35 nights, our entire holiday! There are lots of things to like about the site. Here’s a list. Location, it’s a short walk to several lovely beaches. The area is a popular destination for Spanish holidaymakers. Within a short drive are beautiful towns with good supermarkets. There are lots of bars and restaurants within walking distance all serving good food. The on site restaurant is very good too. The site is small and quiet after 12 midnight. At weekends the site fills up with Spanish but after October most Brits, Germans and Dutch. There’s a reasonably priced and well stocked camp shop, try the fresh baked bread, available every day. The site staff work hard to keep the site nice. The showers are feee, lovely hot water and spotlessly clean. The pitches are a good size with plenty of shade provided by the umbrella pines. Security is excellent with a unobtrusive but high fence all around the site and a number plate recognition barrier. There’s a car wash, you can wash and wax your car but it’s useful for cleaning ground sheets etc. There are nice walks through the forest at the back of 5he camp site, great for dogs. If you stay a month the site fee reduces a night and if you stay 2 months it’s less a night which includes 16 amp electricity. Dogs are free. There’s water at every pitch so we hooked up to the tap so no filling of the aqua roll necessary. Th e climate is excellent, 25 deg C and sunny most of the time for our stay. The only negative is the pitches are sandy and when it rains it turns to a orange mud that seeps onto your ground sheet. We got over this by putting a waterproof tarp underneath which solved the problem. It’s a great site, highly recommended.
Really nice site in a great area - we would return without question. However, we arrived on 20th June and were outside the ACSI discount period - strange for Spain (and France) so we paid a night - expensive. Having said this, the site was good and we had a super pitch. The nearby beaches are ‘to die for’ and the cafe and bakers at Levante in Los Caños de Meca were excellent!
I was amazed when I turned up I was expecting a very basic Spanish site based on the reviews on this site. Was I surprised and delighted to find not only a very well run campsite with electric and water on each pitch! Really good services locally and on site, probably one of the best I have stayed in recently. Lovely location great for walking/cycling and drinking/eating and perfect for bank holiday weekend
We stayed for 3 nights late September. We loved this campsite. Very quiet during the week. Very fast free WiFi and we stayed near the back. Lovely golden sand beach a scooter ride through the houses. A lovely small cafe/ restaurant on the way to the beach La Tortulia. Great swimming pool with bar. White painted bungalows. Campsite very well kept. Will definitely return.
We loved this campsite staying under the stone pines. We stayed during the week in late September and it was quiet. Beautiful swimming pool and mice bar by the pool with very well priced drinks. Gorgeous beach and good places to eat in Zahora.
Very nice site situated in pine woodland, plenty of shade on spacious pitches which are all sand.The pool area and pool bar are fantastic, the pool man clearly takes a great deal of pride in what he does, the bar is also very inexpensive, toilets and showers clan with plenty of hot water. The only negative I can see here the fact there is no drinking water on site, all reclaimed water, don't put it in your tank.
Would recommend this site.
We have visited this site in May for the last three years. On our first visit we planned to stay for three nights but enjoyed it so much we stayed a week and since then have had a week each year. The site is attractively laid out with natural shade under umbrella trees but also plenty of sun. The pitches are quite sandy as is the whole area but hard standing provided for the wheel tracks. There are taps near every pitch and we have always found the free wifi accessible on every pitch to be a strong signal. The shower block is kept very clean. Toilet paper is provided and soap in the hand basins. Hot water is plentiful any time of day and the washing machines are well used. The pool area looks good but is not in use in May. There are very few seasonal pitches although the site becomes quite busy at weekends and May bank holiday weekend is always full. The atmosphere though remains as it tends to be families who spend all day on the beach. The bungalows seem to be well booked and look very good. The reception staff mostly speak English and are very helpful and friendly and will advise on places to see. You are allocated a pitch on arrival but can basically chose where you want and let them know. A big bonus if there is a lot you can do on foot or bike. The village itself is small but a 1k walk through the lanes takes you to a stunning unspoilt stretch of white San all the way to Cape Trafalagar. There are several good restaurants on the way to the beach and several beach cafes there. At the front of the site is an excellent coveran mini market which stocks everything including bread, veg, milk and meat and lots of wine. El Palmar is only a few kilometres away and has lots of beach cafes specialising in fish. It has a more hippy/surfer vibe than Zuheros which is more family oriented. Canos de Mecca in the other direction also provides variety. Further afield is Vejer de Frontera a beautiful white hill town and down the coast towards Tarifa is the wonderful Roman site of Bologna. This is such a friendly relaxed site in such a beautiful unspoilt area it is probably our favourite coastal spot in Spain. Can't wait to return j. 2018
- Period of opening
- 01-01-2019 till 31-12-2019
- 3.7 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 150 (25 - 150m2)
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
* Amenities in bold are not included in the overnight price. Some may need to be paid for. (This does not imply that all amenities not in bold are free!)
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Campsite Pinar San José
11159 / Caños de Meca/Barbate
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On N340/E5 Cadiz-Algeciras take the Vejer/Caños de Meca exit. Left at the roundabout and the campsite is 10 km further on, on the left just past the bend. 1 km from the sea. Via A48, exit 36 to Los Caños de Meca and continue as above.
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