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Honestly, the name put us off at first. But we were pleasantly surprised. Although we turned up in high season without a reservation to meet up with friends, a pitch for 2 nights was found. Good service, friendly staff, nice small pool, efficient use of...More
We went here with a little apprehension as the name was somewhat misleading - we thought perhaps it would be a little too busy for us. We could not have been more delighted with our stay. From the first greeting at reception to a very...More
I've been coming here on and off since I was 7 yrs old... I just turned 51!! We have been bringing our kids since they we 6 & 7... it is still beautiful and friendly. A proper family campsite with pine trees, cork oak and...More
I was a bit apprehensive about this site, mainly because of the name, it conjured images of a Brits abroad type place that doesn't usually appeal to me. Well what we found couldn't have been further from that image, the atmosphere was really nice here....More
I agree with everything else that other folks have said: near the beach, clean and well-taken care of, fair price, good restaurant.
It's also worth noting that I was driving a vehicle that was a little bigger than I am normally accustomed to. Driving in...More
Yes, was just at Moby Dick and I'm almost certain they don't. But we did swing by, La Siesta, which, as Clare points out, offers bungalows. Siesta looked quite pleasant (more of a mini-resort) but Moby Dick was much better... More
Yes, was just at Moby Dick and I'm almost certain they don't. But we did swing by, La Siesta, which, as Clare points out, offers bungalows. Siesta looked quite pleasant (more of a mini-resort) but Moby Dick was much better for us - just a short walk to the beach. Anyway, I bet there's a place in Barcelona that would rent gear.