Playa Tropicana is a unique site which will immediately strike visitors as being very different. It has been given a tropical theme with scores of Romanesque white statues around the site, including in the sanitary blocks. The site has 380 marked pitches separated by lines of flowering bushes under mature trees. The pitches vary in size (50-90 sq.m), most are shaded and there are electricity connections throughout (10A, some need long leads). There are 50 pitches with shared water and drainage on their boundaries. The site has a delightful position away from the main hub of tourism, alongside a good sandy beach which shelves gently into the clean waters.
To gain beach access it is necessary to cross a promenade in front of the site, which also has statues. It is in a quiet position and it is a drive rather than a walk to the centre of the village resort. The theme extends into an excellent restaurant where, in high season, you may dine on the upper terrace with uninterrupted sea views. A variety of entertainment is provided and there is also a children’s club and social room with films and soft drinks bar in high season. The site has several large water features by the high-quality restaurant (some are very cheeky!). Aviaries are housed in a corner of the site.