Campsite Cudillero is a campsite with 141 touring pitches. During low season, between 23-03-2018 - 01-04-2018, 01-05-2018 - 07-07-2018 and 27-08-2018 - 15-09-2018, the nightly rate is €17,- at one of the 141 touring pitches at Campsite Cudillero in Cudillero (Asturias). 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).
This well cared for and flower filled campsite is located 1 km from the sea. Lovely sandy beach, and a picturesque fishing village renowned for its authentic fish restaurants. Well worth a visit. The campsite has a lovely swimming pool with deckchairs. Nice level pitches. Excellent toilet facilities.
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Lovely site with helpful staff who speak good English. Good facilities and bar. Food very basic, which is an issue if you eat out because it is quite a way to the nearest restaurant. The site is on top of the cliffs, but the town and beach are at the bottom - hope you like walking! Excellent site.
Spent one night here - nicely spaced hedged pitches. Lovely staff and good shop. Nowhere to walk to - fishing village 2/3 km away but steep walk - in the other direction hairpin road to beach !! Pool and restaurant closed so can't comment
A lovely small campsite, we used as a two night stop. Lovely green plots with hedges. Staff very helpful and friendly. Facilities very clean. We were there in May so no bar open or pool. Shop on site selling basics.
Electric on pitches, service point with water and grey waste. We would stay again
A very clean and tidy site with spotless toilet facilities. Swimming pool looked lovely but was closed even towards the end of June. A difficult walk into the fishing village, lots of steps, but worth a visit.
Very well run friendly family business great for overnight stays and longer. Bread and croissants to order. Toilets and showers modern and well kept with plenty of hot water. All flat pitches on grass with hedges.
Lovely little campsite, very quite, well tended, flat pitches. Very far from beach and town though. Great for overnight stopover which is what we did and the village of Cudillero is well worth a visit with free parking and many bars and restaurants to choose from, El Patron is well recommended and reasonable. Food at the campsite was not brilliant but the bar was nice and reasonable. Campsite was exceptionally clean too. Reasonably priced for the area
Easy to find, although follow signs for El Pito and NOT Cudillero, you don't want to go there as you'll get stuck with your camper/caravan in the steep, narrow windy main street - there is an alternative, wider route down to the harbour but not from near the campsite.
It's a very well kept and organised site with nice neat hedges separating grassy pitches and plenty of trees. The reception girls book you in and allocate you a pitch number - never quite sure why they do this when it's quiet as no preferences are mentioned and personally we like a quiet, sunny pitch on the outskirts, so helped by the nice manager, we chose another one. Quiet at night in June as only the shop was open, bar or restaurant opened last weekend of June. First night we managed to blow the electrics only 3-6 amps available. The pool is beautiful and when we arrived on 23/6 very few people were around during the day although it did get busy in the late afternoons and evenings with new arrivals. We stayed four nights but it did appear to be a favourite transit site as nice distance from the ports.
We paid money for internet but it was very patchy and frustratingly more off than on.
We found the town of Cudillero rather disappointing - it looks better on the photos and aerial shots! It's a 3-4 km walk, much of it steep downhill, easy in just a car, and on reaching the harbour there is a huge carpark.
The nearest beach is OK and is 1.5 km away, with plenty of parking, but again along a very winding and steep road, not really suitable for walking and a definite big challenge on a bike!
A trip to Aviles, about 35 km provided a good day out and worth going via Salinas, nice seaside resort. Aviles was a lovely, upmarket town with plenty of nice bars and restaurants and on the way out a huge Carrefour at Parque Artur (junction 3).
We would definitely recommend this site and had a very enjoyable stay.
We stayed here in May on our way to western Spain....nice friendly staff...family run business so well maintained. Nice level pitches separated by small hedges. Good clean toilet facilities which are well maintained. There is a swimming pool & sun beds but too early in the season to be in use.
Usual laundry facilities with drying lines etc. Little shop where breads available each morning.
Nice town nearby but motorhomes are banned from the harbour area so we didn't get to see that!!!
We arrived at the campsite on 7 September, having chosen it specifically from the ACSI guide. When we got there, it had a sign 'cerrado' [closed] hanging on the gate. That was it! No indication as to why or when it had closed. The ACSI guide shows it as being open until 15 September. We were not amused - nor were the half dozen other prospective customers who pulled up in the hour or so that we stopped to take a break.
Stayed here one night in June using acsi card... Pool shut even though campsite busy! Not great that half toilet block in ladies were out of bounds so toilet paper ran out! Nevertheless fantastic local beach...
- Period of opening
- 01-06-2018 till 16-09-2018
- 2 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 141 (30 - 80m2)
* 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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Playa de Aguilar
33154 / Cudillero
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Don't take exit 431 Cudillero but exit 425 on A8 Ovièdo-Coruña. Then N632 El Pito-Cudillero and follow campsite signs on AS-317.
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