Alan Rogers Review
Camping Natura is tucked away inland about 30 minutes drive from the bustle of the coast and offers a spacious, peaceful retreat where you can relax in the shade, enjoy the facilities and natural surroundings. Leafy boulevards run alongside good sized pitches of around 70 square metres and a pleasant swimming pool acts as a kind of oasis. There’s also a café-bar – the paella is a popular option - and a good range of chalets and bungalows for rent.
The campsite’s location makes it a great base for those preferring to be away from the sea yet still within easy range of amazing beaches. It’s set in a fertile valley, surrounded by fields and overlooked by craggy wooded hillsides where you can walk and enjoy the tumbling streams and waterfalls. Nearby are plenty of unspoilt areas perfect for hiking in beautiful surroundings: the Sierra de Mariola Natural Park, the Sierra de Montduver and of course the mountain ranges around Rugat itself.
Accessible Bungalows. Bar -Cafe. Children's bathrooms. Children's Play Area. Entertainment (only available in High Season)| Library. Medical Assistance available. Pets allowed in bungalows. Pets allowed on pitch. Rental of Bungalows. Supermarket. Swimming pool. Washing Service. Wi-Fi.
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|N38 52 39||W0 21 28|