Camping site De Haro is situated on the banks of the Tirón River, in the La Rioja region, renowned for its prestigious wineries. The lively town of Haro is within walking distance and the culturally rich town of Vitoria is also not too far away. The location is ideal for wine aficionados.
The elongated, level and well maintained site is beautifully landscaped with numerous trees. The touring pitches have a grass surface (quite firm) between the permanent pitches or on fields. They are not demarcated and are in full sun or (partly) shaded. The pitches vary in size. If you would like to rent accommodation, you can opt for a bungalow. There is a fence along the river, so that the camping site is also safe for small children.
Beautiful swimming pool
The rectangular, spacious swimming pool near the entrance looks beautiful and is ideal if you want to swim a few lengths. The swimming pool is surrounded by lush greenery which, as the day progresses, increasingly offers shade on one side. There are several sun loungers by the pool.
Festivities in Haro
There is a multi sports field where children and youngsters can enjoy themselves. Entertainment for children is offered in peak season. The small town of Haro, which organises regular festivities, is within walking distance. There, in numerous cellars, you can imbibe the tasty regional wines.
The camping shop has a limited choice of daily necessities in peak season and over weekends. There are good shopping facilities in the nearby town of Haro. Feel like a quick bite? No problem! The bar-restaurant is opened in peak season and during weekends.
Detail information about this campsite
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
- Toilet facilities
- Price - quality comparison
- Child friendliness
- Sports facilities
- Swimming pool
- Food and drink
A really pleasant campsite that holds its head well above other Spanish campsites to the West that we have visited. Friendly staff, easy access to potable water, electricity is stable. The reception has a bicycle repair station, so you can inflate your tyres and it is cheap. The wikiloc cycling app shows lots of cycle routes, there are lots of Bodegas (hopefully not indulge too much of each!). ACSI plots are large, we declined the premium experience.
Stay here all the time, nothing changes, it’s still very good, clean facilities, excellent area and great staff, will continue to stop off here.
A lovely site situated on the edge of Haro and a 10min walk to the centre. It caters for all ages.
Has a large pool and play area for children. Facilities are good, including laundry room.
Pitches are well separated but could be a bit small for larger vans. Staff are friendly and there\'s a nice reception area.
Good local shops.
Beautiful campsite in Rioja. It wasn\'t too busy and we stayed on the grass free-for-all area as the marked pitches would have been rather tight. The pool was (surprisingly and annoyingly) closed in June because it was off-season and the municipal outdoor pool (2 minutes away) was also not yet open. One of the reasons we chose the campsite was because it had a pool. We found the indoor municipal pool about 10 minute cycle away, thankfully.
The playgrounds were pretty good, however, and kept the kids entertained for a couple of hours over 2 days. There is a young kids play area with swings and stuff, then there\'s a big kids area with zip wire and climbing wall.
Facilities are excellent. Campsite is clean, tidy and friendly. Worth a stay of at least couple of days with no pool - maybe longer if the pool is open.
A big site with a lot of permanent lodges/caravans — we stayed on one of the premium pitches with water and waste and free WiFi with good reception. The food in the bar is a bit basic but the waitresses were lovely and made our evening very enjoyable. It is a nice walk into Haro which is a lovely little town - the street opposite the church has a very useful little supermarket which is open late every day. Need to put a few speed humps on the main road through campsite
Excellent site for visit to interesting town of Haro and the higher Rioja region with several local Bosegas. Site has small but adequate pitches. Good Motorhomes services. Few minutes walk in to town
Used for a couple of nights on our way to Torredembarra in Catalonia. Nice little town but crap wine. The two ladies who run the campsite cafe are brilliant providing good local Rioja and not the crap in the Bodagas.
We only stayed for one night on our way to the ferry at Santander. The location is great a short walk uphill to the old town and a 10 minute walk to the Rioja wine houses where you can taste very good wines and Cava at around 2 euros a glass. The staff in reception were great and very informative. The restaurant has a very limited menu but the food was ok and you can have a bottle of wine for a few euros. Great for an overnight stop. The pool was closed as it was out of seas9n.
Stayed here for two nights. Site is well located within a short walk of the town and very close to the main concentration of bodegas many of which are available for tours but in the winter it’s difficult to find one in English. Staff were helpful and toilet and shower facilities are good.
Went straight from Santander ferry as we had been here before. Many improvements, shower block spotless , plots shaded or full sun. The historic town just a short walk with many wine shops and restaurants to visit. Well worth a visit.
- Guide price 1
- Guide price 2
- Period of opening
- 25-01-2019 till 08-12-2019
24-01-2020 till 08-12-2020
- 5 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 125 (72 - 80m2)
- Number of permanent pitches
- Number of accommodation units for hire
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
* 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!)
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