At Campsite Sierra Espuña in El Berro (Murcia) camping costs as little as €18,- per night during low season with CampingCard ACSI. At one of the 47 touring pitches you will get a discounted rate during the period 01-01-2019 - 12-04-2019, 22-04-2019 - 13-07-2019 and 01-09-2019 - 31-12-2019. 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).
A small, good campsite. Village and campsite are located in an area of natural beauty. A swimming pool with a lawn, the terrace for a drink, a small restaurant. You won't want to leave!
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Quien le gusta la naturaleza, encuentra aquí su camping. Pequeño y familiar en una enclave preciosa. La carretera de acceso esta en muy mal estado, pero al llegar se compensa. Idóneo para desconectar y disfrutar la naturaleza. Muy buenos senderos alrededor. Dueños muy amable. Hemos estado en familia en caravana un fin de semana y disfrutamos mucho. Recomendable!
Located in a nice little village with bakery, grocery store and 2 restaurants. Very nice and tidy campsite with hygienic facilities. Bar with snacks, pizzas and perhaps more on site. Lots of trails for hiking/biking. We loved it there.
We have stayed here for the last 4 years absolutely love it fantastic scenery and walking , a beautiful village a shop 2 bread shops 3 bars great menu del dias .
the walking and biking in the area is great lots of info on walks etc in reception fantastic staff , if you love the outdoors this is a must .
Wonderful small quiet campsite. Very friendly staff. Would highly recommend and would definitely come again.
Small, friendly site on outskirts of El Berro, a large village with two bakers, two bar/restaurants and village shop that sells cheese, meat and other essentials.
Site itself is clean and cared for. Facilities a bit old but very clean and serviceable with lots of hot water.
Great walks over & around Sierra Espuña - especially the one down disused railway line, through a tunnel, then along an aqueduct which curls round the mountain.
A lovely quiet site during the week but happy Spanish families arrive at the weekend.
If you’re fed up of large sites by the coast, then this is for you. Small ,friendly& 100m from a lovely village with bar/ restaurants & shops. Great walking from the site. Well worth the bumpy ride.
Spent 2 nights at this small quiet site, pitches good size( 7mtr motor home).facilities a bit outdated but scrupulously clean ,loads of hot water but not for washing up where facilities are limited. Friendly staff giving helpful info on walks. Swimming pool in process of being modified but looked lovely . Good bar at campsite and 2 other local bars and restaurants .We left via the "hairpin road" but would advise caravans to use the marked route in ie second signed road with caravan markers .Would definitely return.
1 night February 2017. A campsite of circa 40 small pitches, at least 12 of which are taken by permanent caravans. All the facilities described are available and look in reasonable condition. On the weekend we visited nearly all the permanent caravans were occupied and most housed children and infants which made it quite lively. Reception was very good. Most of the visitors I spoke to were adamant that they would not have come to this site if the access route had been properly described. It is not Exit 627 from the A7 it is Exit 601. The passage through Alhama is ok but thereafter the roads deteriorate quickly (and it is a long way). Some 7.5kms from the site you are given the option (signposted for the site) of turning left on a 7.5km ‘hairy’ ride or straight on for a 10km trip (do the extra 2.5km it will save your passengers nerves a little and the vehicle suspension from a real hammering). In the route description this choice is not described and I am still not sure if this is what they mean by 1st and 2nd exit. When you reach El Berro village do NOT drive into the village follow the signs around it.
Very friendly and helpful staff, beautiful and peaceful surroundings. Everyone on the campsite was invited for free paella one lunchtime!
Great site for hikers & dog owners! We have a 6m caravan and driving up was challenging but we were lucky there was hardly any oncoming traffic. Otherwise, it would have been very scary if we had to share the road with another vehicle. Once you get close to the village, it is important to forget your GPS & follow the signs marked with a caravan. therwise, you will get stuck in narrow roads. We stayed for a week & enjoyed all the different walks just steps from the site. I recommend the PR-MU69 for an easy 3hr walk through almond tree terraces, torrent, a cave, ruins and beautiful views of Sierra Espuña. The campsite has 3 terraces: larger pitches on the lower terrace, smaller pitches on the middle & cabins on top. Not all pitches have electricity & most don't have water, but the site is small so potable water is only a few meters away. Staff are nice & helpful in choosing hikes. Free Wifi is great!!! Facilities are small, basic and clean. In November, I never had to wait in line to use the bathroom or shower but I could see how this could be an issue in the summer. There is a cafe at the site + 2 restaurants with lunch menus in the village, 2 bakeries & 2 small markets. We ate the menu at Bar Sierra & for a good price you get a decent 4 course meal (salad, 1st & 2nd course, dessert) with drink & coffee. Would definitely return!!
- Period of opening
- 01-01-2019 till 31-12-2019
- 2 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 47 (45 - 80m2)
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- Number of permanent pitches
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Campsite Sierra Espuña
C/Juan Bautista s/n
30848 / El Berro/Alhama de Murcia
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A7 Murcia-Granada, exit 627 Alhama de Murcia. Towards Mula road C3315. 2nd exit El Berro C25, 1st exit not suitable. Follow campsite signs when entering village. Lorca-Murcia exit 602. Don't drive through village. Call site for assistance.
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