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Camping Vilanova Park
Carretera Larboç, Km 2,5
Vilanova I La Geltru
Spain   (Browse area)
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Tel: +34 938 933 402

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Pitches: 700
Open: Open All Year

Rating: Average Review Score: 8/10 from 13 Reviews
              8/10 from 13 Reviews

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Date of Visit: October 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Linpet 13 reviews from this member

We have stayed at this superb site twice now, October to December being our latest stay. We find this site to have everything we need, either on it or within a short drive.

The staff at every level are a credit to the site, they are extremely good at their jobs and we have never had anything but great service delivered with a genuine smile.

The restaurant 'Mas Roquer' is a nice place to eat and drink with free WiFi offered with the purchase of a drink. The food is very good and represents excellent value for money.

We cannot wait to be back there next October!

Date of Visit: October 2014 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Nomad06 1 review from this member

Massive site you could easily get lost ! Touring pitches encompassed by six foot wall so any outlook very gloomy, but just about manageable size if care taken. Pitch waste outlets were a joke, some two foot high making it impossible for water flow which had to be from plastic tubing, no way of using a waste water hog or similar. Toilet facilities OK but nothing to dry hands with like hot air machine or paper towels. Rubbish not collected daily so very unsightly and bad odour. Site appears to attract some unsavoury people judging by the disgusting mess in the chemical toilet compartments on two occasions of the five nights spent. Outdoor pool not heated so you had to be pretty hardy to use. Restaurant service and food passable. Excellent supermarket but did not sell newspapers ! Would not return.

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

Stopped here for 2 weeks, on way south, at the time of our stay they seemed to be building a new reception. The staff were very efficient and friendly when we booked in, they take you to your pitch and make sure you are happy with it. We had a fully serviced pitch, but because of the trees on the pitch we had trouble connecting, also pitch was too small for awning and a car, so we moved the the next day.

The pitches do vary in size quiet a bit, and also have trees growing in the middle of pitches.

The facilities are very good, and are cleaned around 4 times a day, the restaurant and bar attract a lot of people and the staff are very friendly and also you get free wi-fi in the bar when you buy drinks. The site wi-fi is quite expensive to buy and also very slow in some parts of the site.

There is plenty things for children, with pools, football and basketball courts, to name a few. The site has an excellent supermarket that sells just about everything including Strongbow cider(my weakness). The site is advertised as dog friendly, but they are only allowed to walk round the site and are not allowed in any buildings, also they are not allowed on the bus that runs down into Villanova.

There are trains and buses from Vilanova to Barcelona and I think it takes about 30mins by train. If you have to drive to Vilanova from the site it takes about 5 minutes and there is parking at the top of the town and also plenty parking near the beach.

Date of Visit: August 2013 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Lbarkas 65 reviews from this member


Good location with a variety of transport options for visiting Barcelona, which was our reason for choosing this location for our five night stay. Also visited Montserrat but that was a little disappointing - so commercialised.

Excellent supermarket - well stocked with all manner of goods including Thetford toilet chemicals! Reasonable prices too.

Security - number plate recognition for operating the barrier both in and out. Patrols by uniformed guards after dark.

Entertainment - we enjoyed two live bands on the small terrace - one jazz, the other rock - and were able to buy reasonably priced drinks and snacks here too.

Pitch was of a good size, in a quiet location at the end of a cul-de-sac, beside a substantial perimeter fence. Bollard housing tap and waste had been knocked over, but usable.

Generally a clean and tidy site - a credit to the hard working staff.

Value for money as we were just about within the low season to use our ACSI discount card.


Large site, but this is disguised by landscaping. Many chalets and other permanent accommodation.

Noise from barking dogs through the night, presumably from the rescue centre mentioned in other reviews.

Unpleasant 'pee' smell at the pitch at times, possibly left by cats? We splashed some scented water about in an attempt to overpower the pong.

Inconsiderate people putting toilet paper in the gents urinals rendering them unusable until cleared by the cleaning/maintenance staff in the morning. Young adults possibly? Also, there was loose 'tobacco' on vanity units some mornings which may be an indication of something more sinister having taken place.

Would we stay here again? Only out of season when hopefully those with better standards of hygiene and behaviour are in residence.

Date of Visit: March 2013 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Barsar 28 reviews from this member

We stayed during the off peak season. Even so there were lots of others spending their winter on site. This included quite a few Brits. Even in March I would say about 50% of the touring pitches were occupied.

Although the pitches are numbered it was difficult to get a van on some of them due to the trees. We did not have enough space to erect our awning.

The outdoor pools were closed but the spa and indoor pool were open and were free of charge on weekdays.

The food in both the bar and restaurant was very good and reasonably priced. As were the drinks.

The toilet block was heated and kept very clean.

The reception staff spoke good English and were very professional.

We enjoyed our stay and would return again during the off peak seasons.

Date of Visit: October 2012 Unit:  Touring Caravan Rating:
Reviewer: Iwalani 150 reviews from this member

We have just stayed at this site for the third time and found it as excellent as ever. There are definitely more bungalows than when we were here four years ago, but the site is so spacious and well-landscaped that this is not a problem. There are about five separate ares for tourers. In our experience the pitches are very large - room for our largish caravan, awning, car, and plenty left over for chairs, washing line etc.

It's true there are stray cats but we like this as we are cat lovers. However I can see that this would not suit everyone. I think the previous reviewer must have been very unlucky in his pitch - we had no problems at all with dogs or sawdust, and the shower block we used was immaculate. The cubicles (both loo and shower) are much more roomy than the norm, which is useful for those of us who are not as sylph-like as we used to be! Even the washing-up and laundry areas are quite luxurious.

The supermarket is the best we have come across on a campsite - a wide range of foods, fresh meat, fresh fruit and veg, and an on-site bakery for a variety of bread and cakes. It's a little dearer than the Mercadona in town but this is outweighed by the convenience.

Four years ago we found the restaurant expensive but prices must have come down because this time we were very impressed - a three-course meal with lots of choice, featuring interesting local specialities, was 12 euros, and of course you could also have pizza, pasta etc.

The reception staff speak several languages and are very helpful. Security is excellent. There is an army of staff cleaning, tidying and keeping the trees and grass trimmed. It was half-term when we were there and there were lots of activities laid on, and the swimming pool stays open until 4/11, so it's a good venue for a late-season break.

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