Campsite Camino de Santiago is a campsite with 40 touring pitches. During low season, between 15-03-2017 - 15-07-2017 and 01-09-2017 - 15-11-2017, the nightly rate is €17,- at one of the 40 touring pitches at Campsite Camino de Santiago in Castrogeriz (Burgos). 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).
Family campsite on the Santiago de Compostela pilgrim route, 20 min. from Burgos. Panoramic views of a Templars' Castle. History, walking and cycling. Birds of prey excursion. Photograph the hop and bee eater. Traditional dishes from outdoor oven. Free wifi.
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Average rating: 7.9Add a review
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Great site, very quiet. It\'s situated on the edge of a very old village, with a castle at the top, miles from anywhere. The facilities were very clean and had very hot water, as said before the shower taps were strange, but you could override the push button, perhaps one day they will change it, probably a good idea at the time, which never worked. We had the roast leg of lamb, cooked in the bread oven, which we would recommend, although a little pricey, was worth the treat. The staff were very pleasant and helpful. We would be happy to return.
A nice relaxed campsite, kept spotlessly clean. Hosts were great and very friendly. The special meals were great, we had Sat slow roasted lamb from the outdoor oven. Very good value when you consider what you are getting. Views, walks, castle etc are stunning. Toilets, showers etc are clean and perfectly adequate. I always say if you want a boutique bathroom, stay in a hotel! Spent 3 nights and 2 days and feeling blessed. Sad to go! (We did have great weather).
Son of site owner surly and rude, Roberto. We arrived after a long journey from Uk. Roberto more interested in packing up for the winter than serving us. Site run down, awful not suitable for long outfits. We were stuck in mud when we woke up. I am a fluent Spanish speaker and after some persuasion managed to get Roberto to gets some help for us which we were prepared to pay for. Our outfit was referred to as a \"joke\" in a private conversation between Roberto and farmer who came to help us which I overheard. I questioned the remark and Roberto walked away.....
Lovely site. Only spent 1 night on way back to ferry. wished we could have stayed longer. Great pitches but evidence of vehicles sinking in and having difficulty in wet weather. Showers a bit difficult to use and possibly too few if site is full.
Lovely meal (lamb) - book 3 hours in advance, definitely recommend.
Wi - Fi only available in bar area not 80% as in information guide.
We very much enjoyed our stay and wish we had stayed longer. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The setting is gorgeous - I got up early to take photos of the dawn creeping up on the tower of the Templars\' castle above the site. Everything worked well, though the WiFi was a bit feeble.
We arrived here in may 2016 only to find ourselves stuck in the mud. The staff were very unhelpful with lots of shrugging and arm waving. Not keen to get us out at all. Eventually one of them tugged us forward and we were able to get off the site. Did not like the attitude and the site itself looked scruffy and basic. We decided to move on to another more helpful and civilised site. Would not recommend staying here.
We stayed here two nights in the Campervan and would come back to this campsite on a future visit. Staff were extremely helpful, especially Robert with good English. A well stocked shop on site. Wifi at the cafe/ bar. Facilities good. Showers were a little odd - cold water on with a push button hot water - but you soon get the hang of them! Pitches were spacious and privacy was good. The view of the castle above the campsite was just breathtaking. Excellent area for exploring on foot or bicycle locally. Castrojeriz is charming. The Camino de Santiago Trail goes through the place so very interesting. My husband walked / pushed the bike to the castle - not for the less than fit but worth the visit and for the views. We ate in the restaurant and were lucky to be able to partake of the amazing slow cooked lamb - a meal to die for! Well worth every penny. Highly recommend this campsite.
We used this site as an overnight stop.
This is a lovely little peaceful site right next to a small village. The site is overlooked by a ruined castle which you can walk up to. The toilet/shower block is a little dated but is kept spotlessly clean. Unfortunately there is no wifi on the pitch. The staff were very friendly and helpful. We would definitely use this site again.
This is a delightful rural site in a very old village overlooked by a n ancient castle. It is quiet and peaceful yet offers all we needed. The family who run the site will do all they can to make your stay a pleasant experience & I can wholeheartedly recommend the lamb roasted in the outside oven. Would happily return here.
A small family run site in a quiet location alongside the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route. Owners were keen to help. Son spoke English, father not but he was very keen on wildlife and offered trips out in 4 wheel drive to see local birdlife- he went out of his way when on his way to an appointment, seeing us emerging from a track after searching for bee eaters. He got us to follow him to correct place, then went on his way.
Pitches were well shaded with room for caravan and awning. Although showers were push button type the water was hot and adequate. Washing machines worked well.
Other English on site had returned after previous visits and we intend to return too.
- Period of opening
- 15-03-2017 till 15-11-2017
- 2 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 40 (30 - 60m2)
* Facilities printed in bold are not included in the overnight rate. Supplementary charges will apply. (This does not mean that facilities which are not printed in bold are free!)
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Campsite Camino de Santiago
Virgen del Manzano s/n
09110 / Castrojeriz
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A231 Leon-Burgos, exit 132, on BU 404 9 km or A62/E80 Valladolid-Burgos, exit 32 on BU 400 16 km to Castrojeriz. Right past petrol station on roundabout. Campsite signposted.
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