Campsite Playa Las Dunas is a campsite with 300 touring pitches and 200 year round pitches. During low season, between 01-01-2018 - 29-06-2018 and 16-09-2018 - 31-12-2018, the nightly rate is €17,- at one of the 300 touring pitches at Campsite Playa Las Dunas in El Puerto de Santa María (Cadiz). 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).
Situated in pine woods with three excellent toilet blocks, this campsite offers excellent possibilities for families with children; large children's pool, huge sandy beach. Larger caravans can pitch in the newer section but there is not much shade there. Barbecues not permitted from 15/5 to 15/10. Swimming pool free during weekdays.
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Average rating: 7.5Add a review
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- Child friendliness
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- Swimming pool
- Food and drink
We liked this site however we wanted to stay for 5 nights but we\'re told that the price would increase from the Friday to including Sunday night as it was the Motogp. They wanted to increase the price per person per night. It\'s not that we didn\'t mind paying it was the principle of the matter and it left a bad taste. So we left after 2 days and moved on to our next destination. Lovely beach over the road.
Lovely site. Close to beach. Facilities spotless - own loo paper req’d. Next to football pitches therefore noisy at weekend. Nearby dog barking overnight irritating. Would stay again.
Second time at this site, unfortunately things appear to have gone down hill in the twelve month since our last visit,
This site is ideally situated for a visit to Cadiz which is a must, also the surrounding area has some beautiful beaches, the toilet block area is kept very clean, this concludes the good.
The pool was closed, as was the restaurant and bar, the water in the showers was barely warm, the young lady on reception was to say the least miserable, we arrived two days before the ACSI discount card became valid so paid the full rate despite as I have said the restaurant, bar and pool area all being closed. I would not recommend this site unless standards improve.
First impressions count .....we drove in past many what looked like derelict caravans 2 bars both closed & chairs stacked up & also pool area was closed between certain hours during the afternoon. (1st week in September) On this impression we drove in and unfortunately drove straight out. Location close to beach.
we were directed to a pitch which might have well have been in the middle of a car park, with dust and dirt underfoot which made it unbearably uncomfortable during windy conditions.
restaurant poor with little English spoken or understood, food quality barely edible. price not cheap. WiFi in bar area would not work and as staff had little English (or possibly inclination!) to help.
the beach opposite is truly magic wh
weather permitting but unfotunately during our stay the wind was so strong we could hardly stand, (no fault of the campsite admittedly)
I don\'t quite understand some of the very negative reviews of this site. We have stayed here three times, on each occasion for 3 or 4 nights. The pitches might be a bit small for large outfits but we are in a camper and yes some are sandy and dusty but the site is basically on a sand dune. When allocated a pitch under the heavy shade of umbrella pines trees reception were happy to move us to one in the sun. The shower blocks are kept spotlessly clean with cleaners visiting them several times a day. The site is generally busy as it is a great location. The town itself has a lovely lived in feel not just being a tourist resort. There are great bars and a Michelin star restaurant. Several sherry bodegas do guided tours and tastings and the ferry to Cadiz is a great way to see this beautiful city. There is an excellent walk/cycle way to and beyond Puerto Sherry where there are some very good fish restaurants overlooking a sandy beach. The beach opposite the site is a fantastic area of white sand as well. Jerez is a 15 minute train journey away and Sanlucar is also worth a visit although difficult to get to on public transport. There are also good walks or bike tracks across the salt marshes at the far end of the beaches in the other side of town from the site. We haven\'t tried the cafe by the site as there are better looking places nearby to eat but it is ok for a drink. Wifi there was a bit hit and miss. We will be returning to the site in 2018 to stock up on sherry supplies and enjoy the atmosphere of the are for a few days. We like the fact that most excursions involve walking or cycling rather than having to drive out.
We stayed here for 4 nights as there are lots of places to visit in the area. You can catch the ferry to Cadiz and is in easy distance to visit Seville. The town of Santa Maria is very historic and has a castle which unfortunately is only open only a couple of days a week!
The campsite is large and has well marked flat pitches mainly in a wooded area so giving lots of welcoming shade. The toilet facilities are modern and spotless being well planned out in design with cleaning staff constantly in attendance.
The only negative point that I feel I need to mention was that there was a particular female member of staff who was rude and difficult . Other staff were helpful. It is a pity when one person can spoil an otherwise very good camp site
Booked for 2 nights, left after one. Very windy, gale force.Food ok but were not allowed to eat inside, so everything you ate or drank was full of sand. Receptionist very surly and disinterested no info given willingly. Rubbish everywhere, no attempt to clear it. Would not stay here again.
We were unsure about coming to this site, however were pleasantly surprised. The toilet and showers were spotless (no toilet paper supplied). The staff were friendly and informative. Our pitch was level and sandy. The bar adjoined to the site was lovely with free wi if and good food. The beach is across the road, and was beautiful and lovely for walking and just sitting. The surrounding area has good cycle paths and the harbour and town lovely. We got the catermaran to Cadiz and worth it. We could have spent two days in Cadiz just looking at it all. Would definitely come back, as we can\'t fault it.
Good value laundry. Warm and clean shower block. Close to the sandy beach. Shops nearby. Town nearby. Easy access to Cadiz. Good cycling. Los Torunos Nature Park nearby for cycling and bird watching.
- Period of opening
- 01-01-2018 till 31-12-2018
- 13 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 300 (50 - 80m2)
- Number of permanent pitches
- 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 Playa Las Dunas
P.M. Playa La Puntilla s/n
11500 / El Puerto de Santa Maria
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Follow signs from El Puerto de Santa Maria. Well signposted throughout the town. (Do not drive to the centre.)
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