The terraced camping site Santa Marta in Cullera (Valencia) is situated directly by the sea in a lovely pine forest. From the camping site, you have access to wonderful sandy beaches, the Albufera nature park and picturesque villages in a wonderful Mediterranean climate. The hinterland is beautiful and invites you to take long hiking and cycling tours. The small camping pitches beneath the pine trees are designed for tents, and the larger pitches for caravans or campers. Bungalows are also available for rent.
Camping under the pine trees
The reception is based in a lovely, small building that blends in perfectly with the landscape. This is a wonderful camping site. The best pitches under the pine trees are designed for tents. The pitches are nicely separated by stones. The large pitches for caravans and campers are also suitable for campers who are staying for the preseason or winter in Spain.
Swimming pool and beach
The camping site features a large swimming pool in which you can swim lengths. It is surrounded by a terrace with loungers and sun umbrellas here and there. The wonderful sandy beach along the boulevard is less than 250 metres away.
Lovely time on the terrace
The camping site features a small shop with basic products only. There is also a cafeteria with a small terrace. Both are only open in the high season. But do not worry, along the boulevard there are plenty of restaurants and bars. There is no lack of shops in Cullera.
The sanitary building is wonderfully integrated into the landscape, meaning that you might have to climb a hill or two to get there. The facilities are a model of cleanliness.
Detail information about this campsite
This inspector visits Campsite Santa Marta 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: 6.8
- Toilet facilities
- Price - quality comparison
- Child friendliness
- Sports facilities
- Swimming pool
- Food and drink
This site is very hilly, the men's toilets/showers are on 2 levels, with toilets on the top level and hand basins/showers on the lower, however if you wish to use them at night take a torch as the auto lights go out very quickly and you can't see a thing, you have to hold the side of the wall and feel your way down stairs to wash your hands (very dangerous). Whilst we were their the supermarket, café/bar was not open. There was also a lot of work going on drilling/banging/sawing as it seemed the site were putting more lodges on. Although there are toilets and showers for the disabled I would not recommend this site due to its steepness and varying levels. I have knee problems and found it very hard. Also if the shop on site was open their are approx. 12 steps up to it (NO RAMP) and the café/bar approx. 6 steps. Having said all that the staff at reception were nice, but the best of all is only a couple of hundred meters across the road, a beautiful bay with a long flat promenade and a great sandy beach, if you can forget the tall buildings the town is very nice.
We visited this campsite twice during our 6 months touring. It is not a pretty site and quite shut in but the pitches are hardstanding with electric and water on each pitch. The staff are helpful and friendly, many speaking English. It is an easy walk to the seafront/sandy beach - you can walk for miles. The showers were hot and spotless. The town is spoilt by the many high rise flats and apartments but there are lots of nice little bars offering menu del dia etc.
The staff are helpful and friendly - The facilities on the outside look dated but the showers are hot and powerful, and all are spotlessly clean - some of the best we have had over our many years of touring. The pitches are a good size but lots of trees, useful in the summer but difficult to find a sunny one when leaves still on the trees. Even so we would recommend this site - The beach is only a short walk the town a little longer. Very nice town though lots of high rise. As was mentioned on another review a very Spanish town, not many Brits spoiling the place. Excellent site we will hopefully retun.
- Guide price 1
- Guide price 2
- Period of opening *
- 17-01-2020 till 13-12-2020
- 4 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 146 (25 - 80m2)
- Number of permanent pitches
- Number of accommodation units for hire
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
* The opening period may vary due to the measures surrounding the coronavirus.
** 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!)
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
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Campsite Santa Marta
Avinguda Raço, 25
46400 / Cullera/Valencia
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Coordinates: 39°10'36"N 0°14'31"W
AP7, exit 59 N332 after 252 km-marker towards Cullera. Follow Cullera platges far signs, then far or faro (lighthouse) signs. Campsite on small roundabout on the right.
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