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|Almonte, Huelva, Andalusia, Spain, 21750|
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|+34 959 442 677|
Open from 1 Jan to 31 Dec
|Situated in the Aldea del Rocío, at the entrance of National Park Doñana, Europe’s most important protected Natural Park, campsite La Aldea presents itself as the perfect place to enjoy some vacations in the middle of nature.|
Adult 5,50 - 6,00
Child (until 10 years) 3,70 - 4,50
Tent 5,50 - 6,00
Caravan 5,50 - 6,00
Motor-home 8,00 - 8,50
11m above sea level
Unit types accepted
Max unit length 10.0m
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Senior couple: 7m motorhomeView all reviews by Boobah
This is third time we have stayed here over the last six years. Nice site; level sandy pitches and 10amp x 220 volt electrics in locked box. Facilities were clean and showers hot. El Rocio is a place of pigrimage for believers and the whole town is devoted to that purpose. It was busy at the weekends but a bit of a ghost town during the week. The roads in the town are all sand. Dusty when dry and mucky when wet. A bird watchers paradise by the lake so do not forget binoculars and spotting scopes. We booked three nights and stayed five due to very fine weather in early February. Polite and pleasant staff who speak English. €20 night with ACSI.
Clean facilities (not modern but clean). Sandy site. Good sized plot. Paid €22 for under8m campervan with 2 adults and 2 dogs.View all reviews by helenlmorley
Nicely number of people for a mid november - possibly becasue the 2 previous sites we tried were closed!
Great pine forest walks nearby.
El Rocio town is unusual but worth a walk around-we were there on a sat night and lots of activity. Couple of restaurants too
Nothing really to add . Its a very sandy site which you should expect being near El Rocio . Staff friendly and facilities are clean and usable ( even the toilet paper is supplied ... wow)View all reviews by wynpar
Pool is very good and very welcome in the heat . Yes there are flies but its not unique to this site in Spain.
Acsi €20 in Oct
Sandy site handy for walking into El Rocio but with lots of flys. Toilets and showers clean but Retaurant pricy and not that good.View all reviews by florence
Lovely size pitches and campsite in great location. Facilities are good and block one was being refurbished while we were there. Good wifi. Would definately recommend. If you stay for 7 nights you only pay for 6 with ACSI.View all reviews by Rewindthegap
Well placed site just outside the unique town of El Rocio. Large restaurant on site which was very quiet during our stay. As has already been noted, the price is higher if you wish to eat outside on the terrace. Sanitation block was clean and of a reasonable standard. El Rocio is like a ghost town during the week, so worth planning your visit at a weekend if possible, when there is a bit more going on (outside festival periods when apparently up to a million people arrive in the town). At the far end of the boardwalk is a large bird hide with telescopes available to view the wonderful wildlife on the nature reserve. €20 with ACSI card.View all reviews by davwal
The reception staff were very friendly and helpful, also booked us a tour into the National Park.View all reviews by paulholt57
The site is well laid out with decent size pitches, but not many are grass, ours was completely sand.
The ablution block was fine, even though a little dated, the swimming pool was lovely, however a caveat, when we stayed there were probably only 2 dozen units on site.
We tried the site restaurant, typical Spanish food, well cooked and the menu Del Dia was €12 if you ate on the terrace.
The town is a 2km walk with a beautiful cathedral.
We had 4nights and thoroughly enjoyed our stay
Loved the town of El Rocio. Very quirky and a great place for wild life. Site is basic but with a nice, smallish pool. Lots of flies around.View all reviews by margaretwhelan
Great location for visiting El Rocio - site v/g but could be messy in wet - has bar/restraunt with good food - small s/market but also Carrefour express at gas station- ER has basic sm also - ER has sandy roads So not good for bikes - national park visitor centre about 800 yds down rd from ER - good biking to palace circa 4 miles in but not much wild life! - can get the green bus - see national park web page - from ERView all reviews by bslylad
Site felt very safe - facities all good - would definately return
Good site to explore the National Park. Tours can be booked in the town. El Rocio is a unique town and worth going at the weekend when all the horses turn up. The church of the virgin of El Rocio is worth a visit. A big fiesta takes place at Pentecost. Good for bird watching on the lakes and nice walks in pine forests.View all reviews by hilsandglenns
Campsite ok 19 euros with acsi card. The facilities are tired but clean. Hot showers but no heating in block.
Great site ideally located to visit El Rocio. Everything you would expect of an ASCI site. Great wifi.View all reviews by kevrowan
A lovely site with ample pitches in a variety of locations. Facilities look functional and there is a nice swimming pool that looks well tended to. It's a good price here €17 pn and it's only a 5 minute cycle into El Ricio. Some of the pitches look a bit tight if you want to put up an awning and you may need a long electricity cable to reach the electricity station. You do though get a chance to walk around the site to select your own pitch. Thought it might be noisy being on the roundabout into town, although it is incredibly peaceful. This is excellent for accessing the park and you don't have to go far to see the Flamingoes, as the town is right on the estuary where they feed. Bird lovers' haven. The town is a bit odd, although uniquely charming with its sandy roads - no tarmac.View all reviews by themotoroamers
Just spent a couple of nights at this site. Previous reviews give a good idea of what to expect here and the unique town etc. We came here first time about 10 years ago. Since then the toilet/shower facilities have not bee updated. They are grubby and very tired. There is just one basin with hot water in the in ladies and gents and only two in the pot wash area. Very 'mean' considering this is classed as a premier site. The wifi is expensive at Euros 4 per day and is fairly pathetic. The management seem to know this and readily refund payment but still continue to sell the activation cards. I do hope that la Aldea read some of these reports, it is basically a great place in a unique area and well worth a visitView all reviews by jamesr49
Have stayed here twice now but not again. There were lots of flies about and can be very dusty with a busy sandy track running alongside the campsite.. The village is interesting but best seen when its dry as all the roads are dirt tracks. Trips to the park can be arranged from the site but do take place quite early.View all reviews by infared
There is an on-site swimming pool which is very welcome in the hot weather.
An excellent site with great rates for long winter stay, the site is was well kept while we where there and the facilities were good.View all reviews by robarb38
The town of El Rocio is fantastic with no roads as such as it is a total horse town (yes they have vehicles but the horse is King) the passageways around town are just sand tracks and when it rains it can be very messy,
Good restaurants and bars in town and every Sunday is magical with hundreds arriving with their horses in the main square near the beautiful white Church of the Virgin