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Cami riu Turia 3 Puzol Beach, 46530 Pucol Spain
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#3 of 3 Specialty lodging in Pucol
Camping situado a 100 metros de la Playa Puzol y a 15 Km. de Valencia. Ideal para visitar Valencia y disfrutar de la tranquilidad de la Playa de Puzol. Camping familiar y tranquilo. Animación infantil.
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Free parking
Paid wifi
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Kids club
Outdoor pool
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Air conditioning
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Coffee / tea maker
Flatscreen TV
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English, French, Spanish
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Teresa P wrote a review Aug 2017
Cornwall, United Kingdom11 contributions3 helpful votes
So much to say about this campsite!! Website said you could arrive at 3pm, when we arrived it was closed and the opening hours said it would open daily at 4pm!! Not a great start as we were tired, very hot and just wanted to get in the pool! No chance of that either as the pool shuts every Monday, horrible start to the holiday!! None of this was advertised on the website. The site was more like a shanty village/refugee camp!! what we didnt know when we booked through 'Pitchup uk' is how much of a cut they must have taken for the booking as we paid £775 for 2 weeks with our own tent, 1 car, 2 adults and 3 kids under 18. Our Spanish neighbours paid less than that for a month!! I was furious about this as no where did it talk about 'good deals' that the Spanish said they all got for staying either 6 months (hence refugee camp look!!!), 3 months or 1 month. Campsite individual plots - owner/manager didn't speak English, in fact no one does so all posters, advertisements, notices, tanoid messages are only in Spanish not the usual standard 4 languages. The plots are are all crammed in, fairly big but as there were soooo many people actually living permanantly at the site it had a shanty town feel to the site -horrible. Everybody spoke Valencian not Spanish, were very closed and the whole site was a clique which excluded any 'outsiders' such a British, Dutch and French. These nationalities had shared with me their same issues. The full timers on the camp had sofas, arm chairs flat screen tvs, full on homeware not campers at all. They would stare and talk behind our backs if we walked past which was such a shame as we love to engage and make friends with all nationalities on holiday. I have to say we were blessed to be camping next to a lovely family though, the wife was Cuban and the man was Valencian but spoke fluent English, we shared meals and had great conversations. The Dutch family were very friendly too, so we were ok. The campsite was all gravel ground, not a blade of grass in site, be careful - hard to get tent pegs in, but we did know this in advance. The shower blocks were hanging! just gross, yes I know its camping but man they were awful. Tiles all cracked no sealant, brownish whiet tiles through wear and tear and dirt mostly. Upside we never had to queue for a shower, there were 3 shower/toilet blocks. What disgusted me was the fact the Spanish thought they could sit on the toilet and smoke!! Leaving cigarette butts everywhere, on a toilet seat, on a shelf in a shower, in a sink!! The blocks stank of smoke. Sometimes you would get a horrible shock and see used feminine sanitary ware lying around in open bins, shower floors, just no excuse what so ever to be this dirty. The shower blocks were cleaned at 09.30am every day....what a stupid time to do that, it would have been nice to go into a clean shower in the morning. Swimming pool - my kids loved it, 4 working slides, a life guard, no 'deep end' you can stand up the whole length and breadth of the pool. Pool was packed every day, but it was high season. Beachwear allowed to be worn. The pool was closed every Monday for cleaning, glad it was actually cleaned because by Thursday it was greasy and flies and insects could be found amongst other things that you just wouldnt believe if I told you! The pool opened daily at 10.30am -way too late in my opinion especially as they close it daily from 2pm - 5pm!!!! It re-opens at 5pm till 8pm. There were free daily Zumba sessions, one in the morning and evening. About 4 songs, same songs and routines daily, harmless fun and the men all loved them and joined in enthusiastically, make of that what you will. Cafe/Bar - this was ok, clean and well used with a terrace at the back and pool side. It sold hot beverages, alcohol, ice creams and lunches. All at a reasonable price. Just don't expect to be served quickly as the staff work around you and leave you standing for ages, often serving a Spanish person who would push in front of you. Beaches - the beach is easily walkable from the site, completely flat land. Fine clean sand and the sea was soooo warm it was like a bath -crazy! Blue flag beach!! Yay a plus side at last. This beach was definately the best in the area we travelled up and down the coast for something different to see but this beach 'Platja Puzol' is defo the best. 1 tiny serviceable cafe/bar on the beack, but all you need really and not overpriced. Mojito -€5, coffee €1.40. Puzol town is about 2km from the site with local amenities. Valencia is 25km away, it was 'ok' I am so spoilt to live 3km from Biarritz in France that not much matches up but it was a huge city, 1.5 million people live there, normal city life but not a great deal to look at, some architecture was interesting but certainly nothing like Sans Sebastian where you have the old town, architecture, beach and harbour. So would I come back -absolutely not! Not enough to do, campsite was awful but grateful my kids enjoyed it. Valencia was dull but I least I have visited it and can tick it off my list of places to see. We had 2 very relaxing weeks away with our family so objective met and with camping you never know what you are really going to find. Am I bothered, no not really, the weather was absolutely incredible -ooh yes take an elkectric fan or two, we forgot and it wxas sooo hot in our 9 man tent that we struggled to get to sleep as it was still 28° at night. Better than rain but getting up in the middle of the night to have a cold shower because you cant sleep,was a pain. Just want to point out that this is the first negative review I have ever left on Trip Advisor, I love travelling and going camping and dont normally have issues. I have paid way less in the past and been on some beautiful sites in Catalonia. This is just an honest observation, would hate it to spoil anyones holiday, we have the luxury of going home to live in Biarritz, not everyone does and it could ruin your holiday fun. Til next year!
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Date of stay: July 2017
Trip type: Traveled with family
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SpainValencian CountryProvince of ValenciaPucol
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Frequently Asked Questions about Camping Puzol
Which popular attractions are close to Camping Puzol?
Nearby attractions include Hysteria Escape Room (4.8 miles), Real Monasterio De Santa Maria Del Puig (2.1 miles), and Horno Alto núm. 2 (3.9 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Camping Puzol?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
Which room amenities are available at Camping Puzol?
Top room amenities include a kitchenette, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Camping Puzol?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Camping Puzol?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Camping Puzol?
Conveniently located restaurants include Asoko CC L' Epicentre, Taperia La Pepa, and Restaurant Frida.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Camping Puzol?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Camping Puzol?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, and French.
Are there any historical sites close to Camping Puzol?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Antiguo Monasterio De San Miguel De Los Reyes (9.1 miles), Blasco Ibanez House/Museum (9.4 miles), and Iglesia de Santiago Apostol de Benicalaf (9.3 miles).
Is Camping Puzol accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.