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.
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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: 8.1
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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.
The canping is good and very comodate. There are a lot of things to do, for example; the Swimmingpool, the pediment, the barbaque...
an excellent campsite that would particularly suit families. a little noisy at weekends for us old fogies, with lots of local family groups filling up the site, but it did not spoil our stay. would certainly go back.
Well placed campsite 2hrs easy drive from Santander. Lovely interesting town short walk up hill, not too big or busy but plenty to see. Pleasant cycling around vineyards, some hills but manageable. Good wine tasting. Everyone so friendly and relaxed. Good camping site clean toilets, nice showers. Lovely pool but not heated so not for the faint hearted. Would return gladly, very happy and stayed 6 nights.
Great site for visiting haro and the numerous wine companies a short walk from the site. We only planned one night in our itenery, but should have done more. Plenty to do in haro center.
Great site just out of town.Great for a few nights stay while visiting the area and fantastic value and great food in the restaurant
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.
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- Period of opening
- 27-01-2018 till 09-12-2018
- 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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