Reviews by Naturist 888
03-11-2014The site has small pitches and are expensive. we could only fitt into one pitches which had to be diagonal. Yes the trains are load especially at 2am. First one sounded like an earthquake. Second like thunder, third like someone falling out of bed but eventually you do get used to the early morning alarm call. Non spanish staff are only there for their convenience, not to serve you. The spanish staff were a lot more helpful and friendly. Would i go back, not if i had to prop my eyes open with match sticks to get to the next site.
03-11-2014Visited at the end of the season so the site was quiet and there were plenty of pitches to choose from. we ended up occupying two. It could get tight when busy. we were inundated with ants as was other people. Site staff agreed they had a problem with the ants. Not the cheapest site around and although the wifi was free it was only available next to reception and it was dreadfully slow.
03-11-2014Site is large but most of the pitches are small and difficult to get in and out of. Recently some newer larger pitches have been created. These are more expensive. Have been several times mainly in the winter. Site is full of North european "snow birds" who stay the whole winter. They are very cliquy. The brits don't tend to join in with the others. We played i a boules tournament and were the only brits.
Site has indoor and outdoor pools. boules court, children's play area and a restaurant on the beach. Site does organise activities ie spanish lessons (3 different levels) celebrations for local fiestas.
03-11-2014Sierra Natura should be called Bedrock. It looks like a Flintstones set.
Access to the site is via narrow road, which you don't want to meet another unit coming the other way. The site provides food each night and will gladly make veggie food. There are camping pitches and chalets available. The night sky on a cloudless and moonless night just explodes with stars. The nly place I have seen the Milky Way. Will return soon.
03-11-2014Visited just before it closed for winter, therefore nights a little chilly but when the sun shone it was lovely. It is quite high up but does have fantastic views. Site is well laid out and has decent sized pitches. everyone there nice and friendly. Despite our no existing french. The lady who was at reception was spanish so we could communicate with her in our pigeon spanish.
03-11-2014Cuevas Mar campsite was originally textile but they have split it into two areas. There is the day to day facilities in the naturist area, showers, toilets, water and chemical toilet emptying. However visiting reception and using the pool in the summer clothes are required. This is a new site and despite the textile area should be supported fully, if nothing else so we don't lose it. You never know if it is really busy with naturist the whole site might be turned over to naturist use. The site it self does have some of the largest pitches in Spain. Although some sites may have some huge pitches, on average CM are larger than you might expect.
If you are planning to visit in the summer months first check dates for the Dream Beach music festival. 76hrs of Techno, Garage or pure bass music played very loud, nearby, means you won't get any sleep. The site is very busy over that weekend. Before is fine, and after DB, just avoid that weekend.