Camp for €20,- a night at Campsite Cabopino in low season with CampingCard ACSI. Campsite Cabopino, located in Marbella (Málaga), is a campsite with 280 touring pitches and 20 year round pitches. With your CampingCard ACSI you can camp on one of the pitches during the following periods: 01-01-2019 - 14-04-2019, 21-04-2019 - 10-06-2019, 09-09-2019 - 10-10-2019, 14-10-2019 - 30-10-2019, 04-11-2019 - 04-12-2019 and 10-12-2019 - 27-12-2019.
A large, well-equipped campsite with spacious pitches. Some with minimal shade, others with plenty. The campsite is just a few hundred metres from the beach. Bus connections to Marbella.
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Average rating: 7.5Add a review
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- Swimming pool
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Definitely one of the worst site we have been on, little or no hot water, dark and miserable, noisy; I can't see why anyone would stay here.....would not recommend or go back.
Too many cats! I like cats and have had pet cats at home before but there is a reason they call the cats that occupy campsites in Spain "Street Cats". They are not domestic pets but feral wild cats. Despite a notice on the site information leaflet saying "Fines For Feeding Cats" the idiot English woman on the pitch next to us was feeding them. She had cat food bowls outside her awning and also fed them scraps directly. Because of this our pitch was constantly swamped with anywhere up to 7 cats at a time. Despite the threat of fines this was clearly not being policed. The final straw was when my partner got cat poo on her shoe and unfortunately walked it into our motorhome. The smell was horrendous and we had to remove all our carpets and clean them. On an evening after being fed the flea bitten street cats slept it off on the sun beds around the pool which were then occupied by holiday makers the following day. We mentioned it to the crazy cat woman on pitch E02 that was feeding the cats and received a torrent of fowl language for our trouble. When we arrived the staff on duty were excellent but on the morning we left the young Spanish lady really gave the impression she didn't want to be there and everything was a force effort. Because of her attitude we nearly didn't mention the cat problem but after having taken our money without a smile I decided to tell her we would be putting a review on ACSI saying too many cats and that the woman on E 2 was feeding them. She barely looked up, made no comment but did write down E2! Some may say we should have mentioned it during our stay but we were there on holiday and not there to police the site. The only other problem to report was a drunk English guy at the bar one evening who claimed to some people he was arguing with that if they all went to reception the next morning to complain about him they would be thrown off because he had a caravan there all year and the site wanted his money! The bar staff continued to serve him despite the fact he was clearly drunk and causing trouble. I think the site cleaning, toilet cleaning, bin emptying etc is done by contractors so the site staff aren't aware of anything that goes on beyond the reception. The Italian & Indian just off the site were very good. Nice area and good for bus to Marbella and Fungerola (spelt wrong) Could be an excellent site with only a little effort.
Set on hillside so you need to be fit. Steep walk back from village while dodging around edge of roundabouts with busy traffic. Nearby beaches fine but sunbed city. OK for stopover with motorhome and probably good for long stay with caravan and car. Stayed one night only and moved on.
Stayed there after a night at a site in Marbella. Close to the main A7. Lots of children from local schools using the swimming pools. Can be very noisy. Very little privacy.Decent sized pitches. Lots of resident non Spanish speaking Brits on the site. Handy for local Naturist beach at Dunas de Atola which I personally would not recommend. Italian restaurant on site very overpriced. Nice staff on reception, very helpful.
Pitch on a slope and badly maintained.
Sewers smells frequently.
A lot of noise (from the road) in the lower area.
Not advisable in Winter, too much shade under the pine tree.
This is the worst campsite I have stayed at in Spain. In the week I have been here the electric supply has been inconsistent. I have not had the 10 amp supply which is supposed to come with each pitch. I have been forced to switch to gas to run appliances. This has been a problem every day so far. The electricity has been cut off on at least two occasions. Water supply has been inconsistent with water also not being available on at least two occasions. There has also been a lack of hot water.
Today there was no hot water for a morning shower. There was no water at all this afternoon and there was no electricity around the same time. I might as well be wild camping. The other major problem with this campsite is the WiFi. There is a very poor signal and I am unable to receive or send emails. Although it it is a very poor service it is the most expensive I have ever used.
When I approached the campsite staff to report these problems they didn't seem too concerned and never made a note of the location of the problems.
It seems that this campsite doesn't have the facilities necessary to support the number of campers.
If you like to feel ripped off when using wifi, this is the place for you: €3. 50 for one hour's usage. If using the bar it's free, but the system doesn't like iPads and iPhones. You sign in using FB and that, plus some mail, is all you get. Second time in there and nothing, couldn't even log in. The Italian restaurant on the site is very good with starters, starting at 14€ for a bowl of soup. Portions were good and the service good too. You tend to feel underdressed if you walk in wearing your relaxing camping clothes. The port and its surroundings are excellent and a short, though somewhat hilly walk from the site. The site is looking tired but has a brisk turnaround as its one of only a few in the Marbella area. Toilets are clean though in need of some paint on the inner doors as graffiti artists have visited. The, reported elsewhere, cats were not a problem however. I was told that this is because a lady on one of the pitches feeds them so they stay around that pitch! All very well unless you are next door! The cats of course, when well fed, will soon multiply so the solution is not to feed them even if you are a cat lover! Pitches were a good size but sloping and the only ones left for short stay campers were in the shade which will be needed in the summer ! The pool was nice and there were plenty of organised activities.
When I phoned to ask if I could come tomorrow with my caravan for about 3 weeks they said yes. When we arrived we found that that there were bulldozers and JCB's working from 8 am till 7 pm each weekday. A number of people left due to the noise and disruption (about 50 pitches were being renovated). We left because of this noise having tried to tolerate it for a bit too long.
A well maintained site very pretty, would be of interest to the Botanist in you. We were disappointed in the cycling opportunities unless you are happy to cycle along side the dual carriageway. Lovely beach nearby.
Arrived with another couple and in order for us to be pitched close to each other were allocated transit pitches. Extremely shaded and while the rest of the site was bathed in sunshine we were in shade and markedly cooler, so much so that we had to run our heating in the caravan, even in the daytime. Also the trees dripped sticky sap over the car, caravan and awning. Overall the site is well maintained and there was a lot of planting going on during our stay. Water points and electric points are not all within easy reach of some pitches although there is a map at the entrance showing the locations. Some pitches are extremely small and some had obstructions in them such as large tree roots. We would return again providing we could have a sunny pitch. The beach is within easy walking distance and is great for dogs. Our dog loved it!
Access to the site is easy just off the A7 although manoeuvring around the site is tight in places. A motor mover is a must for large units.
- Period of opening
- 01-01-2019 till 31-12-2019
- 5 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 280 (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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Address & Route
Would you like to book Campsite Cabopino or request more information? You can do both using the information below or by visiting the campsite's website.
Ctra N340, km 194,7
29604 / Marbella
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The campsite is located close to the N340. From Fuengirola, at km 194.7, exit Cabopino. Site located on the right. From Marbella, at km 194.7, exit Cabopino. At the roundabout take the motorway. Campsite in front of you.
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