Camping Pueblo Blanco is a campsite with 220 touring pitches. During low season, between 01-01-2019 - 22-02-2019, 04-03-2019 - 11-04-2019, 06-05-2019 - 15-07-2019, 01-09-2019 - 10-10-2019, 04-11-2019 - 04-12-2019 and 09-12-2019 - 31-12-2019, the nightly rate is €18,- at one of the 220 touring pitches at Camping Pueblo Blanco in Olvera (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).
A campsite established in 2011. On the top of a hill in the immense Los Gredales grounds with views out over the Olvera and the nearby Sierras. Here you will find spacious pitches, all modern amenities and several toilet blocks.
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Great site overlooking Olvera. good location for visiting the other white towns and also for the via verde. In January the top shower block did not have hot water and also strangely there are no outside doors on the ladies toilets which is a bit chilly!
Good location for visiting Ronda, Setenil, Zahara, Olvera etc. The site has lmpressive views, but is rather like a large car park. Water pressure and temperature an issue in toilet/ shower block.
It is clear that this large campsite is very under used. Obviously a large investment has been made here, possibly EC money as shown by a board in the car park. Such a shame as if you want to be in the sierra or via verde area it is such good value. OK, it may need TLC in some areas but....the views are stunning, facilities fine (in my opinion), restaurant looks well used by locals so must be good. However, the gem is Olvera itself. Easily cycled, safely along a cycle path. A real working Spainish town with an exceptional church at its top. A must visit for 2 euro. I ahve seen lots of cathedrals and I rate this church as highly impressive. Full of the statues they use for their processions and Santa Semana. In fact there was one on 1 May, workers Day and I saw them preparing the huge dias that they carry through the streets. A very nice 2 night stay.
First stayed here not long after the site opened and we were pleased with the standards, i.e. large level pitches, great views, good facilities. This time however, although the above is still the same, the ground is covered with weeds which gives the campsite an uncared for feel. Some pitches are like scrubland and virtually unusable, it's such a shame.
Rustic campsite with open pitches and amazing views over the mountains, great for watching the sun go down of an evening, facalaties all good with plenty of hot water, bar very nice with good food all at very reasonable prices. The cycle track outside the site goes into town which is well worth a visit, there you will pick up the Via Verde, 50 miles of stunning countryside whare you can marvel at the hundreds of Griffon Vultures in the sky. would return.
This site and whole area has lots of potential but is suffering from general lack of tourists to the area to make it work. Great location with amazing views and lots to do in the area, walking , cycling, riding, eating. Site seeing villages and ancient monuments. Ditch the crammed in beach resorts with no room or character. Travel inland for something different.
WC blocks excellent with continuous hot water. Laundry has variable price list and you can get a good 1 hr wash for a few euro.Resturant and menu look good value although we didn\'t try but was only open 3 days in the week. Probably due to the lack of visitors.You can find some pitches with water, drainage and electric. Only one female speaks English who appeared disinterested in her job. The site still hasn\'t been cleared of weeds and doesn\'t look like it will be. The pool was supposed to be open when we stayed but we were told that it\'s sanitation certificate wouldn\'t be issued until two days after we were leaving. We would definitely return again. Stayed for 4 nights and got the camping red stamp to get 5 nights free when you have 4 stamps. Good deal.
Expensive laundry, Great views. Olvera is the start of a brilliant cycle ride along a disused railway track to Puerto Serrano. This trip can be done on a road bike as the track is quite smooth. We saw many caged birds and a Goldfinch on a very fine tether.
We stayed here for three nights, two of which, had gale force winds, as the site is at the top of a steep hill, with nothing around it, there was no protection and the caravan was buffered all night long. A visit to the town of Olvera is well worth it. We did venture into Marbella, which is about 1 hour 40 minutes away. We found the site ok and deserted.
Helpful staff. Good size pitches with superb views of the mountains. Fairly basic but clean and hot water in facilities. Great location in the Sierras cycle or walk into Olvera. Really enjoyed the Via Verde
de la Sierra cycle track on disused railway track.
This site is a little piece of heaven. It’s quite rustic which is what we like. Our pitch was at the top of the site on a plateau with 360 degree spectacularly breathtaking views of the surrounding Sierra Nevada. We just couldn’t get enough of it. There were amazing sunsets. Olvera is a beautiful village with lots of history and the Via Verde is a fabulous cycle/walking path on a disused railway track which runs for 36km. You can see lots of Griffin vultures which are pretty amazing, we had our own air show. There are some steep hills, especially the road to and from the Via Verde. Even our electric bikes couldn’t make it and we had to push them but it was worth it. The only criticism is the showers in the top shower block have no division to put your towel/clothes and you have to get dried and dressed in the wet. But the positives certainly outweigh this small negative. We loved this site and really didn’t want to leave and will definitely come again.
- Period of opening
- 01-01-2019 till 31-12-2019
- 14 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 220 (100m2)
- 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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Camping Pueblo Blanco
Ctra N384, km 69
11690 / Olvera
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Between Antequera and Jerez de la Frontera, on the A384, at 69 km-marker. About 3 km before Olvera on the right. Wide driveway 600 metres to the top.
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