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Visitor Reviews - Camping Ciudad Zaragoza

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Camping Ciudad Zaragoza
Calle San Juan Bautista De La Salle
Zaragoza
Spain   (Browse area)
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Tel: 0034 876241495

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Pitches: 105
Open: Open All Year

Rating: Average Review Score: 6/10 from 13 Reviews
              6/10 from 13 Reviews


Units accepted:    Tents  Caravans  Motorhomes  Statics for Hire 

Reviews:  13 in total, now showing 1 to 6                 Previous 6          Next 6
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Date of Visit: July 2017 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Harveyrv 2 reviews from this member

After having read the last review I can now only believe that a combination of the excessive sun, high temperatures and too much of the local wine clouded their judgement in the content of the review that 'Dot P left!

We visited in early July 2017 on our way back towards Bilbao to catch the ferry back to Portsmouth.

We decided on a 2 night stay as we wanted to catch the bus into Zaragoza and visit some of the many stunning sights that the city has to offer. In reality, you could stop a week as there is so much to see, but time and ship wait for no man so we had to cram as much as we could into 2 days.

The city is really beautiful and the transportation is second to none with a combination of buses and trams running all over the place.

The site itself is a large Municipal site that has been located away from the city centre and is now rapidly being enveloped in a local housing scheme with bars and convenience stores a short walk away.

The pitches are generous with no hedges between and EHU and water are on each pitch. There is minimal shade as the trees are not that large yet.

There are numerous chalets / bungalows on the site along with long term residential campers in a variety of dilapidated motorhomes and caravans that ( in my opinion ) really bring the site down - some being reminiscent of what would be expected in a third world shanty town. One in particular was an old motorhome that was surrounded by more tents than at Glastonbury! One even housed their washing machine!

The greatest error and misinformation in the last review is in the toilet / shower block - it is like a 1970's school PE changing rooms, the showers are generous with the amount of hot water, but the pressure in some means that you would be better standing in a rainstorm with a bar of soap! All of the toilets and showers have no hooks or a shelf to put anything down and whilst the gents washroom had 5 sinks, only 2 were usable as 1 had the tap missing and another 2 had no water!

My wife tells me that the ladies were in a slightly better state but not by much as hers were almost as filthy as mine were - and all of this for just shy of 30 euros per night!- a rip off if I may say so.

The location of the site is fantastic and easy to find from the motorway with signage at all junctions.

Check in was quick and easy with English speaking staff.

There is a decent sized pool with a clubhouse serving hot and cold drinks and snacks and access to the site is good.

The only negative is the appalling shower and toilet block and it is such a shame as it lets down what could otherwise be an outstanding site.

As this is a municipal site, it is a pity that the local council couldn't have spent a few euros on improving facilities that would bring in visitors instead of wasting millions, if not billions of euros on the white elephant of the 2008 exhibition centre and water park that is now deserted.

Date of Visit: January 2017 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Dot P 492 reviews from this member

Lucky for us we didn't recognise the campsite we stayed on from some of the very poor reviews on here.

Its a municipal site, possibly the only one open between here and the med coast in winter. So for pretty much anyone heading to the med for winter-sun its the best bet (other than camper-stops).

Pitches are on sand, but then its Spain so we expected that. Pitches very large, so much so caravans were parked with cars in front. All pitches with ehu and their own water taps. Wifi included in pitch prices and good signal around the site. Loos and toilets absolutely immaculate, loos have seats, loo roll etc. Loos look as if recently refurbed, showers older but couldn't give any negatives on them as piping hot water and good pressure.

Laundry room with machines and dryers as well as sinks. We found everything on site that we used very well maintained, nothing looked run down or uncared for.

The site is an easy few miles off the motorway, so again for those heading South its perfect. We didn't think road noise was intrusive during the evening at all.

We paid 25 for 2 adults incl ehu and wifi, so not cheap but again there isn't anywhere else in winter so they can charge a premium rate. For us, a very good stopover, maybe not somewhere we would recommend for a longer stay but that's really because not sure there is too much to do in the area.

Date of Visit: August 2016 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Nickkellett 3 reviews from this member

If you have no other possibilities (which we didn't) then this may be your only option in Zaragoza. It's run down and badly maintained. There is very little shade for campers and others families on holiday here are very noisy. The bar is average and judging by the number of people eating here the food is not up to much, further more we wondered up to the bar at 10. 30pm on a Friday night and it was closed!

Avoid it if you can, it's expensive for such a mediocre site, 28 euros a night.

Date of Visit: November 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Henry888 4 reviews from this member

Other reviewers have said it all.

This is a convenient stopover site between Bilbao and the Costas, and if you go for one or two nights expecting the worst it will not be able so bad. Very basic municipal site that looks tired. Sandy pitches, quirky toilets, some road noise but staff were friendly and helpful.

Well signposted shortly after leaving the Z-40 at the Madrid junction and heading north, just as you begin to think you are on the wrong road. Centre of Zaragoza is worth a visit - the workmanship of the internal decorations of the Basilica is memorable.

Date of Visit: May 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: DazMontecid 10 reviews from this member

Good site easy to get to and with plenty of facilities. It has the feel of being in the middle of an industrial estate, so just a stop over. Huge supermarket two minutes drive away.

We went into Zaragoza and didn't like it. It's very disjointed and didn't seem to have a centre or a heart.

Quite expensive to stay, 78 euros for two nights.

Overnighter yes.

Date of Visit: January 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Wakker1 15 reviews from this member

Stopped here on our way south, not a pretty site in fact it seems to languish in what looks like an unfinished industrial site. But facilities are adequate, pitch was large and had electricity and water. There were quite a few stopping overnight and about 3 left there cars hitched up to the caravans.

The reception staff were friendly and efficient, also the cafe was open. The charges for the site are a bit steep especially when they charge about 2. 50 for a dog.

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