Like the previous reviewer, we also used this site as a stopover between the coast and Madrid. We had stayed at the other Kiko Park, at Oliva, three years ago, and found the facilities good, so we hoped this one would be similar.
We arrived just after 2 pm and discovered that reception is closed from 1 - 4 pm, though this may be in low season only. So we chose our own pitch and got set up, which was fine.
It's a fairly small site, all on the level, with very large, gravelled pitches, divided by hedges and shaded by deciduous trees - these were still mostly bare, but it was good to have some sunlight because at this altitude the mornings, evenings and nights can be chilly. There are a number of bungalows and permanent caravans which were quite busy, and noisy, during the weekend we were there.
The facilities were definitely not as smart as at Oliva, and struck me as being in need of refurbishment, although the standard of cleanliness was good. The toilets are unheated, which is a bit uncomfortable on a frosty morning, but the shower rooms are well-heated. The showers are push-button and a fixed temperature but it was acceptably warm. The water in the washing-up sinks, however, was only lukewarm and the room was only partly enclosed, again uncomfortable in winter. The washing machine was good value at 2 euros, and there is a drier too.
The restaurant wasn't fully operational while we were there, although it did open for Saturday lunch. There is a small shop, and fresh bread is available daily.
The nearby lake is very scenic and there are some good walks in the area. The nearby village of Villargordo has few amenities, and Utiel, a little further away, has plenty of shops but no really large supermarket. Further afield, Requena is an interesting town and has a huge market on Saturdays.
The site has no wifi, which could be a disincentive, especially for longer stays.
We used this as a 2 day stop over between the coast and Madrid. Site is approx 1 1/2 hours from Valencia and 3 hours to Madrid.
Large rural site, very spacious pitches - room for car, awning, caravan and still plenty of room to set up chairs etc outside the vans. Each pitch had own ehu, water and waste.
The toilets. Showers were very clean and plenty of hot water. The buildings have been set up to resemble a small Spanish street - very pretty and well kept. Two swimming pools on site - a children's and adults.
There was a restaurant / bar but closed whilst we were there. No shop on site but the village is only 3 km and has plenty of bars and a small supermarket.
The site overlooks the lake, 20 minutes easy walk down to the lake. Plenty of marked footpaths all around the area ranging from 30 minutes to a few hours.
The high speed rail link passes the site but you literally hear it for seconds - not intrusive at all.
Overall a really good site, worth staying longer in warmer weather. We paid 2 adults / ehu €15 with ACSI low season card.
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