At Campsite De Haro in Haro (La Rioja) camping costs as little as €19,- per night during low season with CampingCard ACSI. At one of the 125 touring pitches you will get a discounted rate during the period 27-01-2018 - 21-06-2018 and 01-09-2018 - 08-12-2018. 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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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.
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.
Good sized pictures with the option of serviced pitches at extra cost. Facilities good. Easy walk into town and the many bodegas.
This is a great campsite for visiting Haro & the bodegas which are both a 10 min walk. There are many permanent emplacements which are well kept and at the far end of the site is a large grassy area for tourers. Pitches are generous with plenty of shade. Toilet facilities are very good. Plenty of restaurants and bars in the town. The only complaint was the rudeness of the woman at reception both at arrival and leaving.
This site is excellent, Haro is lovely town and only 10/15 minute walk from site. Toilets always clean with plenty of hot water and powerful showers. Staff very friendly and helpful. Bread can be ordered from reception for collection following day. Restaurent closed when we visited, but not a problem as town has many tapas bars and restaurants. Would recommend this site to anybody wanting a relaxing peaceful site.
We missed staying here last year because of bad weather but managed a 4 night stop- over this year... And were very pleased to stay in Haro! The site is perfectly located to visit the town and the bodegas of the station area - fab, fab, fab!
Visiting the bodegas is the highlight of staying at this site, but the town has plenty to offertoo, we enjoyed the main sqare and churches, and lots of nice cafe/ bars for tapas and a coffee or two. The site is well used but well maintained, we had a nice hedged pitch and the facilities were fine if a little old. The staff were excellent and helped or advised when we needed information.
Good situation near the town.. initial reception was poor ...didn\'t explain some pitches do not have easy access to hook up. Only stayed one night but would return to explore the more of the area.
Here at the end April, an airy open site. Approach looks a bit scruffy bt site well kept, showers etc a bit worn bt clean, v spacious, lots of hot water. No soap in WC. A really easy walk to the town, & I\'m on a crutch following a knee op. Church def worth a look, fab interior but ltd opening hrs.Great to sit in a bar at the top of the square in the evening sun. Look out for storks! Difficult to find anywhere open for evening meal so we ate at the camp site, menu v basic, every thing with chips! I guess they know what their customers want! Great white Rioja - Muga.
No signposts on the main roads you need to head into town then the site is well signposted. Good large pitches separated by hedges or a central grassy area (avoid at weekends as locals arrive en mass and block you in). Easy short walk into town. Very interesting town with a lot of lovely street art and Bodegas to visit. Our visit to the site restaurant was a disaster, loud TV, wrong wine - which was changed, wrong meal - ordered pork cheeks in red wine and got very dry chicken & chips with so much salt it was inedible. Would definitely visit again but avoid the site restaurant. Some good restaurants in town.
Very few people on campsite in November, very friendly and helpful staff. Free wifi at bar. Toilet block heated.
- Period of opening
- 27-01-2018 till 09-12-2018
- 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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