Albarracin, in southern Aragón, is set in the Reserva Nacional de los Montes Universales and is a much frequented, fascinating town with a Moorish castle. The old city walls towering above date from the days when it attempted to become a separate country within Spain. This neat and clean family site is set on three levels on a hillside behind the town, with a walk of 1 km. to the centre. It is very modern and has high quality facilities including a superb building for barbecuing (all materials provided). There are 130 pitches (106 for touring units), all with 10A electricity (2-pin sockets) and separated by trees. Some require cars to be parked separately.
The homely bar/restaurant, with a terrace and TV, is open all season and has a limited but very pleasant menu. The site is good value, is well run and is a good bet for exploring the area or just enjoying the peace and quiet in this area of natural beauty. There are hiking trails through the mountain range of Albarracin and very good rock climbing opportunities.