Campsite Cudillero is a campsite in Cudillero, Asturias.The campsite has which are marked out, pitches with shade, pitches without shade and pitches with some shade. It is possible to rent bungalows. The campsite has a playground.
The following rules apply to pets at (Camping Cudillero):
- Dog(s) permitted in low season (if on a lead)
- Dog(s) permitted in high season (if on a lead)
The camp site has an outdoor swimming pool and a toddlers' pool.
You don't always have to cook, as the camp site has a restaurant (with snack 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.
Detail information about this campsite
This inspector visits Campsite Cudillero every year and inspects the campsite on the basis of more than 200 amenities and other points of interest. The inspector is an ACSI staff member and does not work for the campsite.
Average rating: 7.4
- Toilet facilities
- Price - quality comparison
- Child friendliness
- Sports facilities
- Swimming pool
- Food and drink
A lovely site very friendly staff. Well worth the walk down to Cudillero. Good facilities. Had a good two days here. This was our second visit and we would come again
Absolutely appalled. Never have we been subject to such an unfriendly unhelpful welcome. Having presented our ACSI card and expecting to pay as per the guide we were presented with a bill for one night! When questioned we were told that our one dog was extra. When we challenged this and showed the book with “what’s included” they were adamant that if we wanted to stay the dog was extra. We showed previous bills from other ACSI stays to confirm the price in the book is the only price we have ever paid. We were once again told this was wrong. When we said we would not stay and report them to ACSI the old lady was very cross and said she would reduce it! We said no thanks. Has to be the worst ACSI experience we have ever had.
WiFi as free with 80-100%coverage.However this was not the case and we were expected to pay. Receptionist said the info in the book was a mistake and that the inspector had visited the day before (25/6/18). No offer to waive the charge.Otherwise all facilities well maintained.
We had thought that this site was nearer to the town to take advantage of the seafood restaurants, but it was too far away. The entrance to the site is narrow and easily blocked if you stop where indicated. The reception roof overhangs so do not get too close. (We now have a grp repair job when we get home!).
The reception staff were friendly and helpful. The cafeteria, bar and restaurant were closed. There was little stock in the shop although bread was available to order. Maybe this was because it was early in the season.
Overall the site was a disappointment so we did not stay. long
This campsite was not open on 20th May 2018. It did not appear to have been open all year. No notice explaining. No notice advising when the site would be open.
We have contacted the campsite and it will be open again at the 1st of June 2018.
arrived today to find it was shut!!!
Two caravans and o e mororhome arrived during the time it took us to unhook the small car we tow and turn around to leave . the book and many other guides showed the site as open now!!!
can\'t review site it\'s self we didn\'t get to stay.
Excellent well-organised site. Easy access for all outfits, sanitary facilities very good though locks on toilet doors could cause problems for small hands. Grassy, hedged pitches with plenty of electrical points. Lots of flowers, too! We loved it. Beach and village, both within easy distance.
Stayed here in May 2016. Excellent pitch, very helpful and friendly people at reception. The fishing village is a must to see but can be quite a walk. We have a small motorbike so we were able to visit the many small villages around. Excellent shower facilities, would highly recommend this site.
Lovely little campsite, very quite, well tended, flat pitches. Very far from beach and town though. Great for overnight stopover which is what we did and the village of Cudillero is well worth a visit with free parking and many bars and restaurants to choose from, El Patron is well recommended and reasonable. Food at the campsite was not brilliant but the bar was nice and reasonable. Campsite was exceptionally clean too. Reasonably priced for the area
Easy to find, although follow signs for El Pito and NOT Cudillero, you don't want to go there as you'll get stuck with your camper/caravan in the steep, narrow windy main street - there is an alternative, wider route down to the harbour but not from near the campsite.
It's a very well kept and organised site with nice neat hedges separating grassy pitches and plenty of trees. The reception girls book you in and allocate you a pitch number - never quite sure why they do this when it's quiet as no preferences are mentioned and personally we like a quiet, sunny pitch on the outskirts, so helped by the nice manager, we chose another one. Quiet at night in June as only the shop was open, bar or restaurant opened last weekend of June. First night we managed to blow the electrics only 3-6 amps available. The pool is beautiful and when we arrived on 23/6 very few people were around during the day although it did get busy in the late afternoons and evenings with new arrivals. We stayed four nights but it did appear to be a favourite transit site as nice distance from the ports.
We paid money for internet but it was very patchy and frustratingly more off than on.
We found the town of Cudillero rather disappointing - it looks better on the photos and aerial shots! It's a 3-4 km walk, much of it steep downhill, easy in just a car, and on reaching the harbour there is a huge carpark.
The nearest beach is OK and is 1.5 km away, with plenty of parking, but again along a very winding and steep road, not really suitable for walking and a definite big challenge on a bike!
A trip to Aviles, about 35 km provided a good day out and worth going via Salinas, nice seaside resort. Aviles was a lovely, upmarket town with plenty of nice bars and restaurants and on the way out a huge Carrefour at Parque Artur (junction 3).
We would definitely recommend this site and had a very enjoyable stay.
- Guide price 1
- Guide price 2
- Period of opening
- 03-04-2020 till 20-09-2020
- 2 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 141 (30 - 80m2)
- Number of accommodation units for hire
* Amenities in bold are not included in the overnight price. Some may need to be paid for. (This does not imply that all amenities not in bold are free!)
** The opening period may vary due to the measures surrounding the coronavirus.
At the reception
Ground and vegetation
Washing, washing-up, cooking
Food, drink and groceries
Available to hire at the campsite
Sport and games
Situation of campsite
Address & Route
Would you like to book Campsite Cudillero or request more information? You can do both using the information below or by visiting the campsite's website.
Playa de Aguilar
33154 / Cudillero
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Coordinates: 43°33'14"N 6°7'45"W
Don't take exit 431 Cudillero but exit 425 Muros de Nalón on A8 Oviedo-A Coruña. Then N632 El Pito/Cudillero and follow campsite signs on AS-317.
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