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Visitor Reviews - Camping De Haro

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Camping De Haro
Avenida Miranda, 1
La Rioja
Spain   (Browse area)
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Tel: +34 941 312 737

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Open: January 10 To December 10

Rating: Average Review Score: 7/10 from 11 Reviews
              7/10 from 11 Reviews

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Date of Visit: June 2017 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Susiejane 18 reviews from this member

A fairly large flat site but a lot of the pitches were seasonal, with caravans having cabins built along side them. We were allowed to choose our own pitches with some exceptions. We later realised that they were reserved for Wine Festival travelers. About 30 2-man tents were erected with a larger one serving as a kitchen near us. However all though there were several such groups there was no loud noise or trouble of any kind.

There is a swimming pool but as it was unseasonably cold we didn't use it.

The staff were helpful and the restaurant adequate. The showers were clean and never busy. There is no shop on site but you could buy baguettes at the bar which was open all day.

There is free wi-fi on site.

There are supermarkets in Haro which is a 20 min walk away. There are also a lot of restaurants, one which is just the other side of the river from the camp site, turn right at the end of the bridge, serves an excellent 'menu del dia' for only 10 euros (unless it is festival time, then is is 15 euros)However they close at 5pm.

Haro is the wine centre of the Rioja region and is an interesting town to explore as are the numerous bodegas. We visited the Muga bodego for a tour and wine tasting which cost 10 euros per person.

Date of Visit: May 2017 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Gadgie1 6 reviews from this member

We were pleased with our 3 night stay here at Haro.

The site is fine, and as most reviewers say you can use the open field area. Or pitch in areas designated by reception - including serviced pitches on the ACSI rate.

We chose a nice large hedged pitch at the end of the row.

The wc/shower block was a little tired but spotless, as were the other areas and grounds.

The location is perfect with the nice town only minutes walk, and also the old station area with FAB bodegas to enjoy very fine wines by the glass, at an average of 2. 60 euros each! :-) (hic).

We had no time to explore the local area, which has a very impressive landscape, and super towns etc. So we look forward to a return visit.


Date of Visit: September 2015 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Geoff917 5 reviews from this member

We only stayed one night here as we were on our way home. It's a convenient stopover on the way to Bilbao. The toilet block and facilities were all clean. The pool was closed as it was late September. Helpful reception staff - let us choose our own pitch. We went towards the far end of the site, past all of the fixed units. Haro has a fair selection of restaurants. The surrounding area looked dramatic and I'd like to revisit to explore further. Just a word of caution, as you approach the site there is a narrow bridge with low parapets, you need to make sure you are straight-on and don't catch the low parapets, also access to the site is via barriers, again need to make sure you are straight-on for these. Access from the motorway is okay, though beware of the speed bumps as you come around the town.

Would probably stay here again in the future if we are in this part of Spain.

Date of Visit: June 2015 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Sabino 4 reviews from this member

We spent 2 nights here. We found that the center of the site is one big shanty town, although the far end of the site is more open and more like a tradition campsite.

WE arrived just after the Spanish hols had begun, and some of the locals living in their permanents did not make us fell terribly welcome. One family saw us arriving and moved into the road to block us coming through.

However, it is a good spot for visiting Haro and in particular the bodegas.

Date of Visit: August 2014 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Yokel 8 reviews from this member

We decided to take a risk due to the previous mediocre reviews and were glad we had!

We spent 4 nights here. It is about a 2 hour drive from Santander and right in the middle of the Rioja wine region - if you like wine this is an ideal site!

The site itself was a little tired but was fine. The staff in the reception area were all very helpful and spoke good English.

There is a bar/restaurant which served ok food and also sold bread, water and wine.

There is a pool which we used a couple of times as it was very hot, with a nice grassed area around. There is also a kids club although we had no children with us so can't really comment on that.

We were allowed to choose our own pitch which, although wasn't huge, was the largest of the three sites we stayed at. There were taps regularly spaced around the site and a good motorhome service point. The EHU is the same as the UK, unlike some sites in Spain.

The showers and toilets were clean, with spacious cubicles with hot water. There weren't a huge amount of cubicles but we never had to queue in the morning - but we were up before most of the Spanish, who are the main nationality on this site!

It is a 10 minute (uphill!) walk into Haro, which has some nice restaurants, various touristy bits and several supermarkets. A 10 minute walk in the other direction takes you to the Wineries. We didn't need to move the motorhome during our stay but if we had wanted more wine then we would have had to have done so!

We enjoyed our stay here and would definitely return if in the area again.

We booked via their website, which would only let us book a five night stay (and we had to pay one night as deposit) but there was no problem with only staying four nights in total once we arrived.

Date of Visit: September 2011 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Janwills100 30 reviews from this member

Stayed here on our way across Spain to Santander. Nice site and the facilities were good and the staff are friendly and helpful. Easy walk into the old town of Haro and it's Rioja wine cellars very ancient town. Only stayed 1 night so didn't really get the full picture but a good stop over on your way South. Pitches with hedges didn't seem big enough for our motorhome so we had to park in the middle which was a bit open but ok.

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