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Camping Internacional Aranjuez
|Aranjuez, Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid, Spain, 28300|
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|+ 34 91 891 13 95|
Open from 1 Jan to 31 Dec
491m above sea level
Unit types accepted
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Stopped for one night on our way to CDS. Very expensive with no wifi included. Very noisy as the pool is in the middle of the site. Loud thumping music from the pool until the early hours. Many pitches have very low, big tree branches waiting to catch anyone not being ultra careful parking their units. Facilities are very modern and clean, but only used this site as it's the only one on our route. Too expensive, too noisy.View all reviews by Chris742
A lovely campsite with good facilities. Restaurant popular with Spanish. Good pool complex, showers nice and powerful. It was noisy when we were there but there was a travelling fair on the road outside as it was fiesta weekend so there was music and noise until 4am. Would imagine it would be quiet otherwise. Easy journey by bus or train into Madrid from Aranjuez a 20 minute stroll alongside the river through lovely gardens. Aranjuez itself has a palace and gardens and some nice bars and restaurants.View all reviews by steveh
A good campsite with clean facilities. The showers have plenty of pressure and lots of hot water. No Free wifi and quite expensive to buy. We used as a stopover for Madrid. 30 minute walk to the train station but the teains are every 20 mins into the centre of Madrid. 8 euro return per person. The palace is definately worth a visit and free entry on a weds/thurs after 5pm. A mixture of pitches with shade if required.View all reviews by Rewindthegap
Found this site for a stopover and would have stayed longer if time had permitted as locality looked very pretty and interesting. Site itself was clean and tidy with good size pitch that we were allowed to choose. Appears to have all the facilities that you might need and seemed popular with families.View all reviews by TSixty
Good site excellent toilt/showers. Worth the visit even if just to stop 1 night. The town is definitely worth a look. The bar rest is ok but not fantastic.View all reviews by Kevinmandy
We stayed for 2 nights whilst on our way back to Santander and paid the €19 ACSI price.View all reviews by paulholt57
Reception staff were very nice, chose our own pitch which had water and 16amp EHU. The pool was closed in October.
The site were decorating for Halloween and doing an excellent job.
It’s a 20min walk to the Royal Palace/town, no dogs our cycles alliwed in the Royal Parks.
The Royal Palace is fabulous and well worth visiting.
We also had a walk around the town, which is OK, plenty of restaurants, there was a market as well on the Friday.
A very stopover site with all the facilities you would want.
This town is not to be missed. A lot of seasonal pitches, plenty of touring pitches available at the start of July. There are riverside pitches (The Tagus) but decided to avoid as no view of the river. Lovely new pool complex. Restaurant very reasonable, beer cheap, shop was well stocked and not overpriced. Town is beautiful, 10 minute walk, palaces and gardens are fab.Tourist train to see all the sights is fab.View all reviews by chrisb
Great stopover on way north. Used the El Deite vets in town for vet check very goid and reasonable at 20 euros. Bit of a walk into town as dogs not allowed in Royal Park.View all reviews by vbruce
Great site for a stop en-route to the South of Spain. Good restaurant and well stocked shop. The new pool complex is excellent! Aranjuez town is a fifteen minute walk and we'll worth a visit.View all reviews by kenwal50
I am glad we found this site as the town in not to be missed. Very busy even in May/June but a constant turnover so getting a pitch should not be too much of a problem. Some pitches are hard to access as hidden behind others. The far end of the site is much quieter but longer to walk to town.View all reviews by blondel
The pool was being reconstructed when we were there so sadly we were not able to use it.
Did not use restaurant but shop was well stocked and not too overpriced. Cold beer available at a reasonable price but stock up for long afternoon closure.
Remember the \"little train\" parks at the site and you can get a free ride into town in the morning at about 10.30. Sometimes runs a bit late and literally you have to hang onto your hat as it races over cobbles to catch up!