At Campsite A' Vouga in Louro (A Coruña) camping costs as little as €18,- per night during low season with CampingCard ACSI. At one of the 70 touring pitches you will get a discounted rate during the period 15-03-2019 - 30-06-2019 and 18-08-2019 - 14-10-2019. 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).
Small level site on the beach. Easily accessed, 500m from the village centre of Louro. 3 km from Muros. Bus stop in front of the campsite, which gets you to Santiago in 1 hour and 45 minutes. Spacious, excellent and pleasant restaurant with typical Galician dishes and panoramic views of the sea. Dolphins can be seen from the terrace. Motorbike riders welcome.
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We think that this campsite is lacking on many counts, not least in the area of information for visitors. While the bus to Santiago does leave from the campsite, it takes over two hours (not the 45 mins as detailed) to reach Santiago. You would be hard pushed to make it by car in 45 minutes. Also, after 12th September, the winter timetable kicks in, which seriously reduces the number of buses available. Once there, however, it is totally wonderful, even in the rain...The site is relying heavily on its location for its favourable reviews. It is probably too late to change the printed ACSI book for 2017, but the transit time to Santiago is an error that could be caught on the App ?
We arrived with high expectations having been recommended. The view did not disappoint in any way. Howver, the site itself was badly maintained -- grass had not been cut for at least a month (in mid September) and the pitch was untidy and full of obsolete ropes, lights and parking cones. Rubbish bins at the entrance to the site were more than overflowing - although this was the same throughout the area, so it was probably not the camp site's fault. We had no hot water for the 2 days we were there due to a faulty part, so we only paid half price, which was fair enough. It happens....The restaurant having come really highly recommended was truly dreadful. Nothing fresh at all on the daily menu.
Love the position of this site overlooking the beach and it’s a lovely area. This is the second time we have stayed on this site but I really wish they would update the site as the facilities are so old and shabby, it’s such a shame as it could be so much better. Washing up is a nightmare as there are no proper draining boards And the water goes all over the floor.
This site has an excellent position adjacent to the public A'Vouga beach. Pitches by the front wall have good views, though the wall is high enough to block the view when sitting down. An area just outside the gate is particularly suitable for camping cars, with excellent views through the wire fence. The terrace has excellent views, and the restaurant is OK, though we preferred a nearby local one. The toilet facilities are reasonable, but the washing up and laundry sinks are in great need of replacement/refurbishment. The current leasee (the land is owned by the town) is busy marking out the pitches with bollards and nylon ropes, which gives an odd look to what could be a pleasant vista, as there are some fine trees and grass. The pitches by the sea wall are now very difficult to get on to, as there are trees, water points, electricity points and new bollards all in a line, blocking the access. Small units do best. From mid-September there is little else open, so the site is quite busy. And the location is really very, very good.
The best thing about this campsite is its position. Walk down steps off the site straight onto a lovely white sand beach. In one shower block the water was cold in the other warm enough in hot weather. Pitches were very cramped when it became busy because of a Dutch rally arriving.
Managed to get a pitch overlooking the beach, superb views and lovely sunsets. We were there over the weekend so beach busy with local families, lovely to watch them enjoying the sun and sea. Site is a little scruffy, toilet facilities clean but water only just warm. Good walk into Mouras about 4km and in the other direction to the lighthouse.
On first pulling on to the site you may want to turn around and go somewhere else as it looks very scruffy. Do not be put off. The facilities are good the position is exceptional and staff friendly. All pitches are available to ACSI members so if you want a affront line pitch overlooking the beach you can or you can take another pitch and wait till a frontline one come available and move to it. The site is a short level cycle ride in to the village with a couple of shops, bars and restaurants the town is 3k away in the opposite direction on a busy road over a long hill.
Beautiful spot with an amazing view of the sea we saw Dolphins every day quite close to the shore an absolute treat. Overall the site is okay if somewhat dated facilities but they are kept clean and tidy. The main issue is the black dust that settles everywhere and marks the awning, your feet and shoes, car, van etc. The staff re very pleasant and helpful there is a good wifi room with a reasonable signal.
The town of Muros is nice with loads of good restaurants and Santiago is only an hour's drive away.
Arrived 12th June and enjoyed unusually good hot and sunny weather (26-32 degrees) for nearly two weeks so just stayed!
We pitched on the lower section where there are 15 pitches running parallel to the white sandy beach. There is also the main upper campsite with only a couple more pitches with the view of the beach, but plenty of other places, look carefully at the size of the pitches when choosing as they vary greatly. Also some grassy but others part grass, part dark sand/soil so ground sheet required.
No shop (bread to order) or pool but easy access to the beach and a good bar and restaurant and terrace overlooking the beach. Large lounge for wifi, although this was rather intermittent, book exchange and TV. Two washers and one drier and a clothes line area as no washing lines across pitches. Two way blocks, OK, one being smaller and more modern.
We found it to be a very friendly site with many other English people staying, all pleased to be sociable in the evenings and staff friendly but limited English. Good restaurants in Louro, which is a pleasant walk down the boardwalk, and also a small supermarket.
The beach is VERY popular with locals on a weekend who often come late afternoon and stay into the evening. Muros is 4km, nice to walk to! Markets on Tuesday's and Fridays and plenty of cafes along the road through town. There is a fair sized Eroski on the outskirts just up the road to Sta. Comba, look our for their sign.
A pleasant 50km ish drive takes you through many other villages to the lighthouse at St Cabo Finisterre, and Santiago de Compostela is another great day out (12 noon Pilgrims service in the cathedral every day, but go 40 mins early for a seat!)
We had a thoroughly good time and would fully recommend but the good weather made all the difference.
Good location adjacent to lovely sandy beach. Quiet, despite local road bordering the rear of the site. There are a number of pitches bordering the fence overlooking the beach, but quite cramped and none available when we visited. The site is gently sloping and levelling blocks are required on some pitches. Some of the pitches felt a bit soft when we visited so we avoided them just in case. Easy walk into local town (Muros) along coast road. Sanitation blocks are ok with plenty of toilets and showers, but let down by showers which lacked enough force to spray properly and water temperature was not hot enough. Water temperature at the washing up sinks had the same problem.
The site could do with a bit of maintenance, the door on our electrical hook up unit was broken and hanging off, plus a couple of fuse blocks removed and covered with tape! The tap on the nearby water point was also broken off it’s mounting. Grass could also do with a trim. It’s a nice enough site, but with a bit more care and attention this could be a really good site.
- Period of opening
- 15-03-2019 till 15-10-2019
- 1.5 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 70 (20 - 60m2)
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
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Campsite A' Vouga
Ctra Muros-Finisterre, km 3
15291 / Louro/Muros
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Campsite on the Santiago-Noia-Muros-Louro road. 3 km beyond Muros. Well signposted.
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