Reviews by Steve and Christine

Camping Cuevas Mar

Very friendly (especially in the Naturist Area) site with large pitches and roads. very laid back atmosphere. The site is slightly quaint and rustic, but the facilities are good and clean with plenty of hot water. All water potable except the irrigation taps for the trees. Naturist area has its own loo block and disposal points, 6 amp electric with resets you can get too yourself, around 50 pitches all big but very big units will stick out a bit unless a pitch is empty at the top or bottom of the area that have more space. 7.5m MH fits easily with room for a full awning and other items. Textile pool, bar/cafe/shop in summer only. There is a great restaurant opposite site. Buses leave daily at 09.30am opposite site 100m and returns around 13.30pm to a variety of destinations. Returns after 13.30pm involve a 2km walk. There is a large Consum superstore 1.5km. Beach 1km Naturist beach 1.5km. Owners speak Spanish plus very limited other languages, very friendly and attentive all the same. Some road noise but not obtrusive. Lovely area with the best winter climate in Spain.

Diogenes Sun Club

Beautiful well maintained club and campsite. 2 great heated pools one inside one out. Plenty of gardens and green spaces. Excellent camping pitches with or without EHU. Toilet and shower facilities 24 hours. Only slight complaint was no rubbish bins for those camping for a holiday.

Angela Farm Naturist Camping

Very pretty, totally silent small naturist campsite in the countryside of Hungary. Lovely helpful owner who is very proud of her establishment. The site can only be described as "rustic" and a bit excentric. The toilet facilities are not great but always very clean with plenty of hot water. Pitches were large and flat with 6 amps. Nice large pool that again although clean needs attention and the pool area spoiled by old tatty sunbeds and chairs. there are a number of letting rooms and huts/chalets that looked quite sweet. We were supposed to stay 2 weeks but had to leave after 4 days to return to UK for family reasons, unfortunately we paid up front on arrival and there was no offer of any refund. The fees were incredibly cheap anyway so had no choice but to accept it even given that the site was half empty. if you decide to go here note that you need your own transport to get around even though there was the offer of a taxi, further a takeaway will deliver to the site. there is a small Co-op about 2 Km away. Quite a nice place but we feel we would have got bored had we not been called away.

Levendula FKK

Very welcoming. receptionist spoke perfect English and a lot of other languages it seems. Nice pitches all with a limited view of the lake (even the lake front pitches don't actually have a full view of it) Very nice and regularly cleaned toilet and shower facilities (note collect your loo paper from outside the toilet cubicle, why do sites do that??) Pretty grounds that could be kept a little tidier but nothing to worry about. Strangely we are in a no dogs area of the site except that from what we can see every dog on site is in this area!?! Again not a problem but odd? The train line runs right past the site, some of the trains are a bit rumbly but not a problem, best part is the nearest station is just 300 metres and you can travel the north side of the lake for next to nothing (note you cannot travel right round the lake without multiple changes and 22 hours!!!) Great place to stay, plenty to see and do and do plus very nice people. Restaurant at gate good, onsite club and bar plus snacks good, and a handy little shop. Free wifi good. Phone signal good. We will come back sometime.


Paradise in the countryside. Very helpful and welcoming owners, nice facilities, lovely safe pool, beautiful surroundings, barbecues and communal meals arranged regularly but not pressured to join in. All set in an ancient farm with beautiful old buildings, nicely restored to make the whole place a joy to visit. Would benefit from a wifi service on site ( the 3g signal from the mobile phone mast is good) and maybe some solar heating for the pool but sure it warms up in the summer.
Lovely experience, we will be back.

Camping Naturista & Bungalows Almanat

Slightly off hand and disinterested booking system unless you are staying for a month or more. Deposit by bank transfer only as cards are not taken for anything!!!
Friendly reception on arrival and offered what they say is all that is available. The allocated pitch will be the best they can offer although others are quite obviously empty but "booked". Pitches are very hard to get on with anything over 7m long unless you book a larger pitch in the new area which is pretty grim at the moment being either a dustbowl or quagmire depending upon the weather. Vast but only loo block is kept spotless and there is plenty of hot water. Pitches have 8/10/or12 amps getting progressively dearer the more you want. 6kva per day is included in the price and chargeable after even with ACSI. All have non potable water but no drains so it can be quite a slog to empty out and collect potable water. Very much a "perms" site and tourers are second class citizens. All nationalities in evidence but Spanish and English are the primary languages. Over priced and un-welcoming bar/rest', small shop with fresh bread etc however there is a large Mercadona 1.5km.Buses run to everywhere from site road entrance from early am to late pm. Owners are more concerned with money making than customer satisfaction yet the place is always packed presumably because there is no other Naturist site open in winter in this region. We will not be back and will stay 150 miles further north at our preferred naturist destination.

Le Colombier

Excellent. Large pitches, obliging staff, nice restaurant, good little shop, very peaceful, lovely pool, everything we wanted and more.
We have heard that some pitches get soft and wet in bad weather but in early July 15 everything was baked hard so no problem.
We have 2 sat navs and both struggled to find the location so read the directions carefully. It's well worth it when you do get there!

Centre Hélio-Marin Montalivet

We stayed in 2014 and the place was fair, this year in 2015 a total disaster and we will never go back. The booking system and pitch control are a joke, the toilet and shower cleaning very poor, overflowing bins, noise, dirt, you name it. We stayed in the camper van area on hardstanding but the remaining pitches are basically dirty soft rutted sand. The only thing in its favor are excellent shops and restaurants, but you can get these on much better sites. Don't waste your money!

Camping Naturiste Le Couderc

Excellent! Very busy when we stayed but doesn't give that impression. Good size pitches with 6 amps. Ample facilities blocks. Wonderful pool, jacuzzi, sauna, steam room. Beautiful bar and restaurant plus snack bar and decent shop, you could certainly survive from it without going out. Loads for kids to do and adults alike. We will be back.

Domaine Naturiste la Petite Brenne

A very nice place to stay, very peaceful (except during hay making, just our luck to be there!) Very nicely kept. Very friendly Dutch family owned. 2 great pools, excellent restaurant., good clean facilities, 10 amp ehu, a few hard standings for heavier motor homes, and acres and acres of space for all. We will certainly return.
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