Camping Resort Almafra
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Need I say more, the best of Benidorm is its natural beauty.
Benidorm - The Tour
Pensioners Paradise!..You can hire a buggy for the day and drink Happy Hour from 10.a.m to 3.p.m. Be sung to in the street cafe by a wannabe 'Barry Manilow' in a purple shirt and watch the world go by which is nearly everyone over 60.
Ugly multi storey apartment blocks and hotels with no architectural flair. In fact …
La Vila Joiosa
Natalia's pub is where we chose to eat tapas and drink wine in the sunshine. (Natalia is very obviously Scottish!) The sun was blazing and we enjoyed relaxing and watching people walk along the promenade and hearing the waves crashing into the shore. It is a lovely beach and this place has a character of it's own.
A short distance away from our campsite and indeed closer than Benidorm is Altea.It is a lively bustling town, a pleasant surprize after Benidorm to find a town of character and old charm.
There are whitewashed buildings and cobbled streets in the old town leading up to the blue domed church.
A busy Town Hall square lined with restaurants …
The rally has a lot to offer with entertainment evenings some of which we enjoy; others we avoid like the plague.
Do's are quiz night; play your cards right; Danny's singing; Cabaret night and salsa and merengue; swimming
Don'ts are line dancing; and knitting club!!!!!!!!
We think the walks may be too much for us …
How has this campground rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
good place to stop heading south, lots of little willages to visit. the site has excellent facilities and first class leisure centre with heated pool, entertainment good and price is good on food and drink
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