Campsite De Haro is a campsite in Haro, La Rioja, located a river/stream.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 and a sports ground.
The following rules apply to pets at (De Haro):
- 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 various cycle routes. There is an entertainment programme. 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 snack bar and restaurant (with snack menu). The camp site also supplies fresh bread. You can also use the internet, as there is a WiFi point and you can access the internet with your own laptop in 80% of the camp site.
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This inspector visits Campsite De Haro 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: 7.9
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Site is easy to find. Pitches are compacted gravel or grass, we chose the \'field\' as it was more spacious. Only 6amp electric at this site! Toilet facilities are very good and very clean. Only stayed for one night so didn\'t get out and about. Good stopover site
Excellent campsite, although very busy at weekends, so get there by lunchtime Friday if you want a pitch with hookup. Lots of families come from N Spain to use it permanent set ups. different vibe during the week when it\'s very quiet. Short walk into town. Well worth a visit is the cathedral and of course the winery(s)
Good campsite with good facilies. Walking distance into pleasant old town. Lots of Bodegas. Short drive to many interesting places on the Camino de Santiago and other small towns.
This was the 4th time we have stayed here usually on the way to the port but have also stayed if the ferry was late coming in. It is only about an hour from Bilbao port. Site is fine with adequate pitches and even a field if you can\'t be bothered unhitching. The town and area are worth a few days though and is probably at its best late October as the vines turn. It is more spectacular than New England in the fall. Town and its many bars and restaurants are 10 mins walk away and there are literally dozens of bodegas in the area. There is a 30K walk/cycle track (Via Verde de Ora) to Anguciano and beyond just near the entrance to the site. This is one way but you can loop back sooner on roads. There is also the long distance path GR99 close by. There are a set of very informative leaflets in English available from reception and the TI in the main square. Further afield the villages and wine museums etc are not to be missed. Friendly little bar with OK food and Spanish football. Leave room in the car or van for the Rioja which as stated in other reviews can be cheaper at the wine shops or supermarkets rather than the bodegas.
This was a very busy site and not a lot of room to \'sit out\'. However it was only a short walk to Haro which we loved. We would certainly return due to the location.
Arrived late August and found lots of pitches available for our 8m caravan. We didn\'t like the feel of the \'field\' so we found a pitch, you are quite close to your neighbours but it was quiet. It did get busier at the weekend but still not too busy. The toilet facilities were clean, the site is quite large so kids can cycle around. There was a good playground for larger children is zip wire, climbing wall, tennis, but our kids didn\'t really like it. The swimming pool was great, always busy, cold but very refreshing after a hot day. We didn\'t use the bar and the shop was only a table with bread. They weren\'t overly friendly in the bar but the reception was friendly.
We walked out of the campsite hoping to enjoy the river and it was a bit dirty and not pleasant, however the Haro town was amazing, full of Pinxos bars and cheap wine, we have several great bar crawls with our children and enjoyed live music on the bandstand until midnight. It wasn\'t worth going back before then as the site was noisy with people having their dinner. However, nobody got up before 10am. There was a lovely cycle route called the Ruta del Vino directly from the campsite which went for as long as you wanted to cycle, all through vine yards and quaint villages, however there was no information about this anywhere, other than a map in he middle of no where. We did a short loop through Brinas the first are two bars in the centre of town, not very friendly and only serving drinks. We then found 2 restaurants on the outskirts, really good Pinxos and lunches.
The next day, we took a longer route through Casalarreina, where there was many bars for lunch and a market. There is even a Michelin star restaurant and it\'s not too expensive. Our 8 and 10 year old managed this fine. As there is no information anywhere, we did have to use GPS to check the route but it is sign posted, keep your eyes peeled.
We also Conan ted Ojasport, took a 2hour Kayak tour with Luis, this was very enjoyable, he speaks little English so we arranged it via email and he picked us up from the camp site.
The area is full of Bodegas, wine caves to visit, within walking distance of the camping. We had a tour with Gomez Cruzado, they also offer free wine tasting if you say you are from the camp site. It was supposed to cost 10 Euro but we bought wine and the price came off the bill. Their wine is expensive but really good. Cheaper wine available at Muga, and eye were very friendly for wine tasting and we also visited Bilbainas, who were not so friendly and you had to buy a card to try the wine.
We actually found all the wine that we had tried, cheaper in the wine shop in town, so go and try and then buy from wine shops in Town. One is dearer than the other bunt still much cheaper than the wine houses, this was a bit annoying as we found this out after every had bought. So really they are a tourist trap.
We drove out to visit Laguardia, 30 mins drive, to a medieval walled town on the top of the hill, well worth the pretty town visit for lunch but a bit touristy after Haro.
We really enjoyed our time at this site with our family.
Very poorly maintained. A scruffy site. Surrounding town is quite interesting.
Good site with very good shower blocks. Wifi good. Town a very easy walk away, however we found the town a little unfriendly, we live in Spain and speak Spanish, also rather run down and expensive Wines excellent. Rather noisy for June.
This is a great site flat and level, going by other reviews we planned to stay for two nights, however we stayed four, reception very helpful, toilets/showers amongst the best in Spain, Bar/restaurant not over priced with good food, I would recommend this for people with disability\'s, top tips you get one hour free Wi-Fi per day at reception/bar area, and also when booking in ask for tickets to go to the wine tasting 10min walk along from the site, this is free and very interesting. I would use again, great for the Bilbao ferry 1 hour drive away.
Nice site in a good location for exploring the Rioja area and the wine bodegas; several within walking distance- as is the town. Advised to drive beyond the first pitches (which are seasonal) and this indeed lead to a more spacious area and good pitches with variety of surfaces to choose from. Good clean toilet block etc with plenty of hot water and good showers. A nice mix of nationalities on site. Worth a return to explore the charming older villages in the area. Nearby Briones worth a visit.
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- Period of opening
- 27-01-2017 till 10-12-2017
- 5 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 125 (72 - 80m2)
- Number of permanent pitches
- Number of accommodation units for hire
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
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