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Authorised motorhome service point and night stop
|León, Spain, 24008|
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Open from Jan to Dec
|Renovated 2017. 21 spaces, full water services. Opposite shopping centre and Mercadona supermarket, next to river. Bars and restaurants close by. Old town centre 25 minute walk.|
Stationnement gratuit limité à 48h
833m above sea level
Unit types accepted
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It’s true that the cathedral and cloisters are 9 euros but you get an included audioguide and the cathedral is one of Europe’s most impressive. Mustn’t miss!View all reviews by DGnDG
In late March, we found it was approx 75% full by the end of each day. You have the river on one side, shopping centre on the other. We stayed two nights, quiet at night, toilets and supermarket in the shopping centre across the road whilst it is open til 8pm I think. Next to main car park so not so quiet during the day but pleasant enough. Walking distance of the town with plenty to see and lots of bars/restaurants along the way.View all reviews by ManchesterCouple
Great position but very busy but motorhomes don’t necessarily stay longView all reviews by corconx
Not found the rubbish bins
It was very hot here and there is no aire due to closeness of vans
No awnings, table or chairs allowed.
Walked to Cathedral €6 each includes audio guide but cheeky wanted another €3 for the cloisters. Great carvings and stained glass but was not as cool inside as we had expected. Sadly ????
Good location for visiting Leon, which is worth a visit, especially for the cathedral and tapas scene. Aire is flat with 21 bays for motorhomes, though in August there were more than that here. Bays are a bit tight to get in, anything anove 7m may struggle. Water, grey and wc dump. Toilets across the road in the precinct, as is a Mecadona. No charge. Essy walk in to town.View all reviews by muffaletta
Great Aire close to the centre of the city on the side of the river and park. Couldn’t be better placed to visit this lovely old city centre either on foot or using the on road cycle track. There is a small shopping precinct across the road with a Mercadona and many other shops and bars close by. The parking is flat and with free services so thank you to the Municipality we will come back in he future.View all reviews by jezabel
Totally renewed area - 21 pitches and new water facilities. Some traffic noise, but less overnight. Next to river but reasonable distance into centre. Mercadona supermarket opposite, and behind that takeaway pizza places and other bars and restaurants. We'd stay again.View all reviews by ratoncantabria
It's changed since I visited last year, there is now a proper waste and water terminal along with a drive over drain, there are now 22 bays for motorhomes free of charge.View all reviews by desgriff
It does seem quiet here, I arrived at 1pm and was the only one here but now a couple more have arrived, around this time last year there were loads here.
Just arrived here at about 3pm this afternoon, this area is currently down to 6 places as they are doing some construction work on the aire. It looking like they are constructing a proper drain point for grey water whereas at present it appears only to be a manhole cover not accessible directly i.e. You would need to attach a hose to your waste pipe The parking places are small, about 7 meters and although there is some pavement overhang, my 9m home is jutting out into the shared car parking.View all reviews by pantingdogs
Arrived lunch time. The 9 spaces all in use. We used an ordinary space in a bay backing on to the river, overhang was fine. Bays marked for 3 cars. 2 Motorhomes to each without penalty. We paid parking, a few euros until 8 pm after which, overnight parking appears to be free. After the car park emptied (8pm approx) many vans were able to occupy ordinary parking taking 2 pitches in length. Leave early next day if using ordinary parking or risk getting stuck. 33 vans there the night we stayed.View all reviews by teamrienza
When we arrived there was no spaces on motorhome area.so parked along side of them together with about five other vans parked on the carpark. Spoke to a couple of people and they said no you don't have to pay. However whilst walking off the car park the next day to go into town The traffic wardens were putting parking tickets on these vans, so we quickly turned back and got a ticket .E2.80 They put NO tickets on Spanish vans !!!! We also realised that someone on the correct parking area which is free were moving so we waited and parked there. I agree we what others have mentioned quite difficult to find facilities. But would use again great walking distance from a very nice town. Wifi available in the large shopping centre opposite the carpark.View all reviews by chrisglass50
There is free and paid parking in the car park. The free dedicated Motorhome spaces are marked by white borders and the paid are red. There is room for about 10 vans in the free bays.View all reviews by kevrowan
There are facilities for discharging your chemical toilet into a manhole on the pavement which is clearly marked on the pavement and right next to the Motorhome bays is where the water is and dustbins are close by.
There is Leon Plaza opposite the car park with a supermarket and toilet.
It's a short walk into the city centre with its Cathedral, fountains, statues, busy bars and restaurants. There is a statue of Gaudi sitting on a bench outside one of his buildings. Plenty to spend a day sight seeing.
As we got close to the Aires my sat nav tried to take me under a low bridge but it was easy enough to avoid and find a way round it.
Simply a large car park opposite Leon Plaza with a few plots reserved for motorhomes. You should pay at the meter or get a ticket. The lady took pity on us as we had no change and we did not have to pay. It advertises water and a dump. The water is under a small square manhole cover, so you need a hose. Only with the help of a local were we able to find the WC dump. It is under a large circular manhole cover in the middle of the wide pavement next to the busy road. The local advised it was too heavy to lift and to wait until “noche” and use a car park drain.View all reviews by kormos