Spain, Cataluña-Catalunya, Girona, Platja d’Aro
- +34 972 81 75 15
- Mid March - Late September.
Alan Rogers Review
Valldaro is a family run site, which is nearly sixty years old and is managed by the Mestres sisters who remember Alan Rogers visiting when they were young children. It is situated some 1,500 m. back from the sea at Platja d’Aro. It is a multi-national site and popular with British visitors, some of whom have been coming for many years. The site, which resembles a small village, is very well equipped with its own facilities and has been extended. A section with its own vehicle entrance is brought into use at peak times. It has shade and its own toilet block, as well as a medium-sized swimming pool of irregular shape with a grassy sunbathing area and adjacent bar/snack bar and takeaway. The original pool (36x18 m) is adjacent to the attractive Spanish-style restaurant, which also offers takeaway food. There are 400 permanent Spanish pitches and around 200 mobile homes and chalets to rent, but these are in separate areas and do not impinge on the touring pitches.
Four sanitary blocks are of a good standard and are well maintained. Child size toilets. Washbasins (no cabins) and adjustable showers. Two supermarkets and general shops. Gas supplies. Two restaurants. Large bar. Swimming pools. Outdoor jacuzzi. Tennis. Minigolf with snack bar. Playgrounds. Sports ground. Children’s club. Play area with a football pitch. Organised entertainment in season. Hairdresser. Bicycle hire. Barbecue rental. WiFi over site (charged). Satellite TV.
From Girona on the AP7/E15 take exit 7 to Sant Feliu on C65. On C65 at km. 314 exit to Platja d’Aro (road number changes to C31). In 200 m. at roundabout take GI662 towards Platja d’Aro. Site is at km. 4. Approaching from Palamós, access via Platja d’Aro centre, and the GI662.Link to campsite location map on google
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Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N41 48 51||W3 2 37|