Alan Rogers Review
Camping Altomira is a terraced site in a rural, hillside setting on the outskirts of a quiet village. It offers excellent views across the valleys and hills, a very friendly welcome and has both a Spanish and international clientèle. There are 50 touring pitches on the higher levels of the site with some shade (artificial awnings are allowed). Access roads to the gravel pitches are steep with some tight turns. All pitches have shared electricity (6A) and water points, while some have individual sinks, water and waste water disposal. There are three toilet blocks, and two designated children’s facilities. In recent years, efforts have been made to make the site accessible for campers with mobility problems.
The swimming pool, reception building with a shop, bar and restaurant are on the lowest level, along with a children’s play area and communal meeting room. A good range of local information is provided. The famous Via Verde Ojos Negros cycle/walking track (over 160 km) runs adjacent to the site. The train station in the village offers easy access to Valencia and its many attractions. Recent improvements include a new activity centre offering bicycle hire, with guided routes if required, kayak hire, paintball and a zip wire.