Spectacular coastal setting, backed by mountains
It’s hard to overstate just how special La Paz’s location is. Many pitches have probably the most breathtaking views of any we feature – with the coastal range that fringes the Picos de Europa behind and a superb beach below. This is Green Spain at its absolute best, with Asturias remaining one of the most uspoilt regions in Spain. This is an ideal site for active and adventurous couples and families. Choose between spectacular terrace pitches (help available for siting) or larger units may prefer the shadier pitches located near to the entrance and beach. Good facilities and a warm welcome complete the package.
- Llanes eight miles, Santander 50 miles, Bilbao 97 miles
- High season – busy and popular with many nationalities as well as Spanish campers
- Low season – lots of space in a superb setting, enjoyed by tourers from all over Europe and beyond
- Owned and run by Señor Sordo, English spoken
- Maximum unit length 8m
- BBQs permitted
- Dogs welcome
Dedicated accessible facilities
has the following facilities on or around the site.
Modern facilities on a steep bluff at the foot of the Picos de Europa mountains, with direct beach access
Panoramic Bar/ Restaurant
Open and part-shaded pitches; with or without electricity (10 amps), most on terraces with commanding sea views, some larger pitches at bottom of site in a sheltered dell just near access to the beach
Snacks and take-away
Small play area
Modern wash blocks
Super location 50 yards from the gorgeous beach - the sea is rough for swimming but ideal for surfers/boarders - & lifeguarded in Jul/Aug.
The facilities are good - The restaurant has the most stunning views, showering in a cave has to be experienced and the on site supermarket has a variety of provisions including fresh fruit and veg.
Expect to be rammed in at peak season - it can feel a bit claustrophobic - although from 20th August it gets much quieter. If you want a sea view pitch, specifiy this when you book - and if you are a caravan owner without a 4*4, the site will use a landrover to tow you up the hill.
A short drive to the amazing Picos de Europa mountains is essential including the beautiful gorge walks.
There are blowholes approximately 2 miles west of the site - make your way there coming up to a 'high' high tide for the most amazing experience (tide tables are displayed at the site).
Also the thermal spring in a river under the bridge to a hotel at La Hermida was wonderful (probably not in any guide book - the locals have just dammed up the spring outlet).
Access to the site is difficult. The road down to the site is narrow, steep and winding. At the bottom, wait for staff help which is usually quick to arrive.
Please note that if you drive a motorhome you may have difficulty servicing it due to poorly designed access - I tried with little success. Arrive with a full tank - there is a free service point a few miles east on the main road.
Finally - may be worth checking on whether there is a fiesta on - be prepared for LOUD music from midnight to 4am if there is! Fortunately this was only 2 consecutive nights for us...
I would definitely recommend the site - you have to go with the foibles!!
- Towing: Difficult
- Location: Coastal
- Suitable For: Families,Active break
Sites often charge for an additional vehicle, including a car towed by a motorhome. You should also expect to pay extra for pets and awnings.
We only charge you for extra equipment if the site charges us.
Solo campers may be entitled to reduced pitch fees on some sites.
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