Camping Villa de Viver
Spain, Comunidad Valenciana, Castelló, Viver
- 964 141 334
- Open (touring pitches):
- 11 March - 11 November.
Alan Rogers Review
Camping Villa de Viver, four kilometres from the village of Viver, is situated in mature woodland in the lower mountains of the Alto Palancia and enjoys a Mediterranean climate. The terraced, level pitches (80-100 sq.m.) have panoramic views of the surrounding valley and mountains. They are on hard soil and gravel and are clearly marked. All have electricity (6-10A), which must be connected by staff. Drinking water (brought onto the site) is only available from one fountain by the play area. Large units can be accommodated, but the top access roads are narrow.
There is plenty of wildlife, including a donkey, chickens and some rather cheeky red squirrels. The owners, Ana and Eduard, think of this campsite as their back garden and are happy to share its beauty and splendour with visitors.
Two very clean toilet blocks are well equipped and include facilities for disabled visitors. Washing machine and dryer. Motorcaravan services. Mountain-style bar, restaurant, library and TV room all in one. The popular restaurant serves only one choice of meal in the evening, with water, beer or wine. Swimming pool. Boules pitch.
- Pets allowed
From Sagunt, take the motorway Mudejar A23 towards Teruel-Zaragoza. Leave at junction 42, at 1st roundabout take 3rd exit (Viver), at 2nd roundabout take 2nd exit onto N234. Follow signs right to Viver and follow camping signs through village and out towards Teresa/Begis. Road climbs and after a series of bends see yellow sign on left. Campsite is 2 km. along single track road - keep a close eye out for signs.