In the days before we purchased our Tourer we holidayed at Castell Montgri on numerous occasions (8 visits in all) and on each visit we found it fantastic.
The Park itself is very large with the vast majority Static although there are 2 Touring area's, the first at L'Ombra is large and I estimate has about 200 pitches with a mixture of sunny and shady spots and is right next to the lower facilities which are bigger than up at Panorama but quieter, the second is Panorama which is in the middle of the site and only opened during peak season which has no shade at all but is very close to the major night life and will be noisy till midnight every night, it is however right next to the biggest pool on site which is lovely, apparently it's the biggest in the Costa Brava.
The site as a whole is very clean and well attended to by the maintenance crews, the Reception is efficient and friendly and they speak most of the European Languages, English is no problem, it is 2nd after Spanish.
The site itself has loads going on and has enough to entertain all ages, we have taken 4 generations of our family at the same time and there has been plenty for each of them to do every visit, from Kids Clubs to Piano Bars and even and out door cinema, there's loads going on. There are also 3 pool complexes with the smallest being La Bassa which is right at the top of the hill, a bit of a hike to get there but well worth it as it is in a lovely setting.
The on site eating facilities are really quite good catering for everything from snack bars to sit down Restaurants, the food is ok, not brilliant but ok, if you want fine dining try some of the establishments in Estartit which is a 15 minute walk or 5 minute drive.
There is an on-site Super Market which is really well stocked and not too badly priced, its great for your daily bread and essentials, but if you want a big shop drive into town to the Supermercat as its a lot cheaper.
In regards to Estartit it is a lovely little town with a beach to die for, sure, the town itself has a market on Thursdays and lots of shops to browse, Santa Suzanna is the main shopping street in town and is open till late at night and is really nice to stroll down, it has seen better days but these are tough times all around Spain but it has a lot of character and although it does have English Bars/Resturants which are lovely by the way, Benidorm it certainly isn't, so if that's your thing don't waste your time with Estartit.
In summary, we can't wait to get back to Castell Montgri but this time with our own little home on wheels, having costed our holiday for 2014 we will be paying around £400.00 for 10 nights in the main school holidays which is a clear £1200.00. Yes you read that correctly £1200.00 cheaper than any of the Key/Euro/Canvas Static's and we get the added bonus of 2 overnight stops in lovely France on the way there and back.
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