Camping la Aldea
Spain, Andalucia, Huelva, Almonte
- +34 959 44 26 77
- All year.
Alan Rogers Review
Camping La Aldea lies on the edge of the famous Parque Nacional de Doñana, southwest of Seville. This important park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the largest eco-reserve in Europe, home to the Iberian lynx, unique ecosystems and rare birds. The campsite is family-run and friendly, offering excursions to Almonte, Matalascanas beach and even the Algarve. For something a little different, ask at reception about expeditions into the national park on horseback or by 4x4 - it's a great way to experience this unique landscape.
Closer to home, the campsite is set on the outskirts of El Rocio village, the site of one of Spain's largest religious pilgrimages every May. Not far away is vibrant Seville, a thousand-year-old city and the capital of Andalusia. Don't miss the stunning Alcázar palace complex, the ancient cathedral and other fascinating monuments. This modern site is well run with 246 pitches laid out along neatly arranged avenues, each with at least some natural shade from the trees that are liberally dotted across the site. All have 10A electricity, and 52 are serviced pitches with water and drainage.
There are also pitches for tents and bungalows for rent. The facilities are new, large and very clean. A waiter service restaurant providing good local dishes is next door and has a supermarket also. The staff are welcoming and helpful.
Two sanitary blocks with provision for disabled visitors. Washing machines and dryers. Motorhome services. Shop. Bar/snack bar and restaurant. Sports pitch. Swimming pool (May-Oct). Playground. Riding. WiFi.
From main E1/A49 Huelva-Sevilla road take exit 48 onto A483 and drive south past Almonte towards El Rocio. Site is on left just past 25 km. marker. Go down to the roundabout and back up to be on the right side of the road to turn in.Link to campsite location map on google
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