At Campsite De Haro in Haro (La Rioja) camping costs as little as €20,- per night during low season with CampingCard ACSI. At one of the 125 touring pitches you will get a discounted rate during the period 25-01-2019 - 20-06-2019 and 01-09-2019 - 08-12-2019. 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).
The lovely small town of Haro (capital of the Rioja Alta wine region) is within walking distance. Also within walking distance is the bus stop and railway station. The annual Haro wine festival (end of June) is famous throughout the whole of Spain.
Extra discount: 7=6 / 14=11
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Average rating: 7.9Add a review
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- Swimming pool
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Great value & location was second to none!
We were early season so not much in the way of sports & swimming pool was closed, but all round a good site. Fantastic location for visiting the local Bodeja\'s & loved the one the reception recommended, with 3 free tasters!
Lovely site and town. Arrived on a Sunday when the town was basically closed. While staff are friendly and helpful they had no information on the area. The tourist office was actually closed on Monday so we found our way around by cycling. Hit the tourist office on the Tuesday. Very helpful so did some lovely cycling and walking over the next two days. Pity some information is not available at reception. They don’t seem to realise the beauty that surrounds them. Would recommend the site and area. Haro is a lovely town and comes alive at night.
Have stayed here a couple of times, each for a few days. It\'s a nice environment, plots big enough and some shade, brilliant sanitary block and all very well maintained. Haven\'t used pool but meal in restaurant was decent value. It\'s really well located for first/last stop for Bay of Biscay ferry but encourages a longer than overnight stay. Walk to town is short but uphill and the town is nice. Might need a car for all but the town centre Mercadona. We took the bus for a day trip to Vittoria and that was really convenient too.
Stayed for a stop over for 3 nights, very quiet but we were out of season. Quite a lot of statics but empty. Didn’t use pool or bar. Town is very nice but some bars and restaurants closed. Nice northern Spain town and a must for wine lovers. All walking distance of the site which I would use again but not sure worth the price.
The weather has turned cold and blustery, so we are probably not seeing the site at its best; the pool is closed and there are fallen leaves across all of the pitches. Having said that, the pitches are spacious with electric on pitch, and water close by. I would imagine that it is lovely in the summer. Plenty of shade trees on the larger than average plots. The river is adjacent, but can’t be seen from the site. We didn’t try the restaurant but it was open during our stay. The town was a short walk up the steep hill. There are lots of restaurants in the town, with a range of prices. There are also many bodegas locally, many of them do tasting and tours.
Good campsite, easy reach from the ferries. Very welcoming and sufficient English spoken. Easy walk to town and some of the vineyards. Good pool. On-site restaurant varies, but we had mostly well cooked home made food.
spotless showers and toilets with lots of hot water
easy walk into town and supermarkets close by.
There are cycle routes from the campsite but you have to go and explore. there isn\'t a map!
The main reason for going to this campsite would be to visit the various bodegas all of which were very accessible. The pitch needed mowing, the toilets were only partially open and there were several static vans. The free camping area was more pleasant and grassy.
We stayed on this site one night each way going to and from Bilbao port it was clean and tidy and had a powerful and free car/caravan wash area which was very handy as the ferry puts caravans and motorhomes out on the back deck so they get covered in sea salt will not use that ferry again. Site was friendly and good for a stopover though very full of permanently sited ones, would use again.
Just spent 7 nights on this lovely site, as many others have stated it is very close to the town and bodegas. We were made to feel welcome wherever we went. Drove the scenic route to Logrono, a town worth a visit and to walk if only a few hundred meters of the Camino de Santiago! Restaurant on site was open during our stay and food was basic but acceptable. Pool not open but being prepared for season and looked good. Would definitely use again if in the area.
- Period of opening
- 25-01-2019 till 08-12-2019
- 5 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 125 (72 - 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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