La Fresneda is a great little campsite, situated on three terraces at the foot of a wooded escarpment and overlooking the huge valley of the National Reserve of Los Puertos de Beceite. Everything is in line with the natural beauty of the area and the very clean, very well equipped toilet block is partly underground. There are 24 pitches with grass and gravel surfaces, all used for touring and all with 6A electricity. The site is quite new and the enthusiastic Dutch owners, Jet Knijn and her partner, Joost Leeuwenberg, built it from scratch, recently adding a shady garden atrium with a terrace and plunge pool for guests to relax in and enjoy the views.
The cosy bar is in rustic style with a terrace to enjoy your afternoon drink whilst enjoying a view of the valley. The adjacent small town of La Fresneda is situated on the top of a hill and is part of the Spanish National Heritage. There are many routes for walking and cycling in the National Reserve Los Puertos de Beceite, as well as directly from the campsite. Not too far away is a ‘Green Track’, an almost flat cycle way which was once a railway. Every guest receives a folder with tourist information about what to do in the area. A small Picasso museum is at Horta de San Joan.