At Campsite Bardenas in Villafranca (Navarre) camping costs as little as €20,- per night during low season with CampingCard ACSI. At one of the 50 touring pitches you will get a discounted rate during the period 01-02-2019 - 12-04-2019, 23-04-2019 - 11-07-2019 and 01-09-2019 - 30-11-2019. 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).
Campsite located on a main road with excellent toilet facilities. Bardenas nature reserve (walking, cycling) is 18 km away. Bodegas, gastronomy and plenty of culture in the area, including the castles of Olite and Marcilla. The campsite restaurant is highly recommended.
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Average rating: 6.7Add a review
- Toilet facilities
- Price - quality comparison
- Child friendliness
- Sports facilities
- Swimming pool
- Food and drink
Great for a one night stop as food is availalable untill 20:00 although tapas snacks seem to be constantly available and used by locals. No matter where you park road noise throughout the night is unavoidable the ACSI inspector must have a hearing inpairment as no indication is made of the noise from the main road and railway line.
We went on the review in the ACSI website and must say that we have been disappointed.
The website states that water connection and Waste connection are available within 15 meters of the site. This is not true. The only dump site is at the entrance. The Campsite has superb shower/toilet facilities but the sites are overgrown and full of weeds. The campsite is situated with a busy road on one side and a Railway not far away on the opposite side. Judging by the odour a "Pig" farm is close by. There are some beautiful towns and villages nearby and so all in all we enjoyed our stay. We will however not be back. David the reception staff member was very helpful. I feel that this is very excessive.
Not much else to say really. The site is in the middle of nowhere, but saying that there must be some civilisation nearby as the road is v busy with trucks. Internet works within 20 m of reception. Fortunately it was dry on our stopover. Avoided the site on the way back.
We stopped over for one night. The receptionist, young male was surly and disinterested making sure he had finished the track on his iPod before speaking. Toilet block was clean but with the irritating push button for water that lasted a maximum of 2 seconds before needing pressing again. The pitches are in a terrible state deeply rutted and as soon as any moisture hits them they turn into a mud bath. I concur it is noisy but bearable and there was a terrible farm yard smell most of the evening. Arrive late and leave early, one night only; don't holiday there.
Only suitable for a night halt. Many of the pitches were simply a 'mud bath'. we were told to choose any pitch but most were taped off. We were told that the wi-fi covered 80% of the camping ground but all of the plots where it is accessible were either occupied by static caravans or tourers on seasonal pitches. The nearby town has absolutely no charm. The adjacent road is very noisy. If we had looked around before we paid / booked in we would have driven on to the municipal in Zaragoza. However the bar and restaurant were good, the pool looked clean and nice though closed for the low season. The toilet facilities are in good condition. The description in the main ACSI book should reflect the conditions on the site, as we had no internet at the last site and could not check the reviews. I wish we had. All the reviews describe the same problems that we encountered.
A fairly new campsite with modern facilities.The man on reception was very helpful and knowledgable of the local area although with limited English. The pitches were deeply rutted and some inaccessible due to the installation of a timber kerb about 150cm high. The pool REQUIRES the wearing of a swimming cap and was invaded by the local village on Sunday afternoon. The bar staff were unhelpful and be aware of the prices that they may charge visitors. The railway line is located about 300m distant and the road outside the campsite fairly busy with lorries. There was a smell of animals , possibly pigs in the near vicinity, when we visited but I did not see any. I formed the opinion that the owners of the site were not really that interested in running a campsite.
Nice little camp site but VERY busy when we stayed. Some long pitches had up to 4 vehicles parked on them so the amount of people and amount of noise was intense. The receptionist just seemed to keep letting people on the site even though there wasn't a pitch available. Not enough electric hook ups and the water tap needed a key so wasn't very convenient.
Visited in earl May 2013 found staff surly & offered no help, very few touring pitches available, mostly seasonal pitches giving a very run down appearance. Newish toilet block dirty & already looking uncared for. Inadequate drainage on site which was a quagmire with nearly all touring pitches roped off. Left 1st thing next morning! Suggest that this site is de-listed.
We found this a good overnight stopover site for the costas that is open all year round. Work is still going on to develop the site but toilet shower block is excellent and there is a bar / restaurant on site which is used by the locals. A railway line runs close to the site so can be a bit noisy at times. We will deinitely use this site again, note however that there is no access to the site from the south except by the peaje as stated in the site entry in the book.
We went to the site in May and it was about 30 degrees. There was no shade as the trees are so small and at this time the pool is shut. It is VERY hot in this desert area so we were surprised the pool was not open as its always hot there. There are inadequate directions to the site so it is very hard to find. Around the site there is NOTHING so you are marooned in an area with nothing to do unless you want to drive a fair distance. The ground of the pitches is mainly dirt as there is not much grass and the pitches are pretty small. We have a VW camper and awning and just fit in it! Not much to say about this site - stop there for a night but I wouldnt stay there much longer.
- Period of opening
- 01-02-2019 till 30-11-2019
- 3 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 50 (70 - 105m2)
- 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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