Campsite Reina Isabel is a campsite in Zubia, Granada.The campsite has which are marked out, pitches with shade and pitches with some shade. It is possible to rent bungalows.
The following rules apply to pets at (Reina Isabel):
- Dog(s) permitted in low season (if on a lead)
- Dog(s) permitted in high season (if on a lead)
For sportive holidaymakers the camp site offers excursion programmes, guided walks and various cycle routes. The camp site has an outdoor swimming pool.
You don't always have to cook, as the camp site has a snack bar, pizzeria and restaurant (with full menu). The camp site also supplies fresh bread. You can also use the internet, as you can access the internet with your own laptop in 80% of the camp site.
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Average rating: 7.4
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- Price - quality comparison
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- Child friendliness
- Sports facilities
- Swimming pool
- Food and drink
A small intimate site with lots of shade, very quiet except for the bothersome barking dog throughout the night. Lovely pool & rather expensive restaurant. Nicely situated for the main sites but it\'s a must to pre-book for the Alhambra - the owner can do this for you. Another must for us was the Tapas/Flamenco evening, also arranged by the owner, which also includes transport there & back.
Really good location. Pitches nice and private with plenty of shade. Pool was superb. They also help with organising excursions.
Nice food in restaurant
Arrived here after our tyre blew out on the motorway, and desperately needed a replacement. The reception staff said they could help by arranging for a mobile tyre fitter to replace the tyre? Only planned a stop over to see the sights, but needed a replacement tyre so we were glad of their help, tyre booked and a price was agreed seemingly. We were told the tyre would arrive the following monday day 3. On the monday we went to the reception to find out what time we could expect our new tyre, the reception didn\'t have a clue, and we were told to come back later. Later in the day they still didn\'t know anything about the tyre, and were getting a bit annoyed of my questions, and that they would get back to us. We were then told it would arrive the following morning, day 4,tuesday morning came and went, then we were told it would definitely arrive between 4-5 that afternoon. It also came and went. Wednesday morning day 5 my husband went to see whats happening, only to be told the tyre had been cancelled, because i had payed the bill the previous day thinking we were finally leaving. We left utterly disgusted believing that the tyre was never ordered in the first place. We went 10 mins down the road to euromaster who got our replacement that same day. If we had been informed of that option by the staff at la zubia by the reception staff, we would never have stayed the 5 days.
The only positives is the location of this site,theres a regular bus service which takes you into granada. As theres not much choice its fine for a stopover, as long as you organise yourself with tyres, tickets for alhambra, or the flamingo night. The staff add there commission, taxi or whatever else the can get out of it.
The site plots are small for a 7 meter van and can be difficult to manoeuvre into.
We stayed here for two nights as we wanted to visit Granada etc. The site was okay, but like most of the sites we stayed at which were located near a city, it was tired and needed some money spending on it to upgrade the facilities. However while the owners continually fill the spaces I\'m sure they won\'t bother. The one person we saw at reception was very efficient but very unfriendly and rationed the amount of information he shared with us even though he spoke perfect English. There was also a great problem with the electric, which regularly went off during the day and night for hours at a time. However there were electricians on the site who were trying to rectify the problem.
I hated the fact that one was requested to put toilet tissue in a basket instead of down the toilet! Which makes me think the site also had a problem with the drains as well! Access to the city was really easy by bus just outside the site and the wifi was good and cheap. La Zubia was also an interesting little town. But all in all I think I would look for an alternative site another time.
great compact site for a visit to Granada, bus stops outside,wifi payable but excellent, we were in a 8.2 m van and just managed it ,would be tight when busy . helpful and friendly staff.....would recommend.
it has a rustic charm!!!
Excellent site to visit Granada with bus stop outside gate, to get into town.
Small pitches quite narrow flat on shingle some over hanging trees. Very good shower block plenty of hot water & clean.
Super market not far away Laundry & Dryer
This is an excellent site for visiting Granada - the bus stop is just outside the camp. The pitches were a good size and well defined by hedges. The toilets and showers were excellent with fabulous tiling but the lights were motion activated so you have to keep moving.
We booked the Alhambra by phone - it\'s done by Ticketmaster - and the very helpful staff recommended taking the car - they were absolutely right as it\'s about a 5min drive away with masses of parking.
There is a decent sized supermarket just down the road.
Helpful staff and a good bus service into Granada. You can book Alhambra tickets from the site. You cannot make an internet booking as you need to PRINT your booking receipt. Pitches are VERY small and in early June the site was very full. We could only just use our motorhome awning, thereby taking full width of pitch. Swimming pool was open but seemed cold so was not used by us. camp restaurant was well used.
A compact site. Ideal for visiting Granada and the Sierra Nevada mountain range.
Some 'corners' on the site a little tight but negotiable.
Wi-fi payable but good reception.
Found it a little bizarre that used, soiled toilet paper had to be deposited in a bin adjacent to the WC and not flushed away.
Somewhat disconcerting to use the WC with soiled toilet paper immediately adjacent. No reason given.Toilet blocks were spotless and cleaned regurlarly.
This is a small, friendly family run site that is right on a regular bus route to and from Granada and an easy drive into the Sierra Nevada.
The pitches are level with hedging, but not large (OK for our little Eriba). Some of the larger motorhomes did not have much room to spare. The pool was still open. The reception staff were very helpful, knowledgable and spoke excellent English. The toilets, etcetera were always very clean, warm and with plenty of hot water. WiFi is paying.
The site's bar and restaurant were not open when we were there in early October, but the town of La Zubia is only a 5-10 minute walk away and has everything you need, including friendly, local bars - try Casa Pinta.
We fell in love with Granada and it's people and will return, and definitely stay at Reina Isabel again.
- Guide price 1
- Guide price 2
- Period of opening
- 01-01-2017 till 31-12-2017
- 0.6 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 57 (30 - 70m2)
- Number of accommodation units for hire
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
* Facilities printed in bold are not included in the overnight rate. Supplementary charges will apply. (This does not mean that facilities which are not printed in bold are free!)
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Address & Route
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Campsite Reina Isabel
Laurel de la Reina 15
18140 / Granada/La Zubia
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Located on the edge of the village of La Zubia, south of Granada. When approaching from any direction: via Circunvalación/Autovia Granada. Exit Ronda Sur, then exit 2 La Zubia. Follow the signs.
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