Alan Rogers Review
Surrounded by mountains alongside the Muga river, Bassegoda Park is a place to experience Spain in a natural environment but with a touch of luxury. This totally rebuilt site is just beyond Albanyà on the edge of the Alta Garrotxa National Park in an area of great beauty. In their own area, the 58 touring pitches are level and shaded, all on hardstanding and with access to electricity, water and drainage. Tents are dotted informally in the terraced forest areas. Particular care has been taken in the landscaping, layout and design of the attractive pool, bar and restaurant, the hub of the site. Regional wines and dishes are available in the reasonably priced restaurant.
The enthusiastic young director, Esteve Guerra (Steve), who speaks excellent English, and his assistant, Laura, have been working hard to make a stay at Bassegoda Park a memorable experience. Two separate areas provide modern, attractive chalets (some adapted for disabled visitors), 14 pitches are occupied by seasonal caravans, whilst walkers engaged in the famous GR11 treks camp on the upper terraced slopes. The site is designed with touring units placed in a separate area, and around 60 mobile homes in a pretty village setting. The excellent sporting facilities, children’s club and a high season programme of activities for adults and children make this an ideal site for a family holiday whilst being in tune with nature.