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Camping Gavín S.L.
|Biescas, Huesca, Aragon, Spain, 22630|
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|974 48 50 90|
Open from Jan to Dec
914m above sea level
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Stayed here for one night before taking the Portalet Pass into France. Great location. Clean, modern facilities. Pool not open due to the time at which we visited. Friendly staff.View all reviews by TSixty
Expensive, clean facilities, plenty of hot water, small shop on site, restaurant limited menu,pipi can for dogs, listed on plan but only a post found in an unenclosed corner ! Maybe better in the summer.View all reviews by suziq
Staff made an attempt the clear snow from the road only to make matters far worse.
Very nice campsite in a lovely area with great views. Terraced pitches mainly flat or slightly sloping. Even out of season there are plenty of amenities, including a large bar open until at least 10 pm and a restaurant with food served until 8 pm (both later in high season). Clean, modern sanitary blocks with laundry and drying machines. Not cheap but with an ACSI card the cost was reduced from €30 to €17 for the night with electric. The motorhome rate allows a 24 hour stay, just like some airesView all reviews by calvino
Nice site stopped over in December 2016, Good shower blocks, nice walk for dogs, and lovely views.View all reviews by naylor
Lovely campsite with views of the mountains on terraced pitches. Very clean and warm shower block and the grounds a very well kept. A lot of permenant Spanish caravans. There is a very welcoming bar and owners, with meals offered even in low season. We were there Dec 2015 and there was always a fire in the grate in the evenings. ,L though limited English spoke, we got on well with Google translate. They very kindly gave us free tapas and glass of wine with our drinks order. Also a small but limits supermarket available and fresh bread can be ordered daily. Footpaths to nearby villages.View all reviews by travelleronthew
This is and ACSI site which we only really used as a stopover on our trip home in November 2015. We were on our way to the Somport Tunnel, and this site was just on the Spanish side of the pyrenees. This was on our first trip, and nowadays being relatively seasoned, we only us aires and other stopovers when travelling to or from Spain. However, I have to say that despite us only arriving on site 1 hour before sunset, the views over the mountains were simply stunning. The site itself was well maintained and the staff (whose English was barely better than my Spanish!) were really helpful. There is a small shop and fresh bread available in the morning. The facilities were good.View all reviews by BettyBolero
We have a Facebook page that records our travels - if you search on Facebook for Betty Bolero and "like" the page, you can scroll down to find photos and write ups for this area if you fancy taking a look. the further down the page you go, the older the posts - just carry on until you find the date(s) we were here. Hope you find this useful.