MedPlaya Hotel Monterrey
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews MedPlaya Hotel Monterrey Platja d'Aro
Travel Blogs from Platja d'Aro
... New York, a couple from Derbyshire, two women from Brighton, a guy from Essex and the tour guide Dylan's dad, ranging in age from about 40 to 60+. We had a quick spin along the beach front, weaving in and out between people, small dogs and random street furniture. It's always a nervous time seeing who's super fit. Some of the folk were very quick but I know they are not always the ones who make it to the end.
... to beach- Si blew up the inflatables and we were sorted! The med has to be my fav sea.. Sandy warm and doesn't get too deep too quick, so lots of swimming! We now have a beach bat and ball rally of 329!!! Each day we had to beat our previous rally to get an ice cream and 329 is our final score to date. Yesterday we played tennis on their lovely courts... I actually won the first game!! Yeahyyy!!! But the victory was short lived due to Simons skills! We would usually get back ...
... night so it whipped up a bit of a swell but nevertheless we pushed on a moved to another fjord a short distance away. This fjord, Fornells, is quite pretty and full of boats and watersport
Just as I was doing laundry the heavens opened – which was great for the washing down
the decks but dreadful as we didn't managed to close all the hatches in good timing. At least the surfaces that got wet were with rain water and not salty water.
... for the solar panel but electricity is included in the price so no big deal.. We got semi set up and headed to the shop to get some dinner. BBQ was the most obvious choice and nice and easy so we tucked into that with plenty of San Miguel to wash it down. The campsite supermarket is great, dirt cheap for booze and pretty reasonable for everything else, the strong pound against the euro is really helping this year!! We eventually decided to put the awning up as someone on ...
... the sat-nav to do it's job, or, switch it off, do not alternate between following the sat-nav instructions and doing your own thing.
We eventually arrive at Camping Joan, Cambrils, 160 miles later.
We eventually get parked, after (mostly) dodging the low trees, two other vans, which arrived with us, have given up and left, we should have done the same!