(2016-17 Winter Season) - Rally Stewards will be Agnes and David Hulme. Evening activities will be held in the side room that openly adjoins the restaurant, with daytime activities near the rally tent (weather permitting). Typical rally activities (subject to demand) may include games, quizzes, craft, walks and cycles, and visits to some of the many local carnivals, events and festivals that are such a feature of the area.
A valid Camping Card International (CCI), available from the Club, is required for all our overseas rallies.
A small and friendly rally, best suited to campers with independent personal transport, and with as usual the freedom to partake in all, some or none of the organised activities as you wish. Subject to demand the site and Rally Stewards will organise excursions to local places of interest such as Gibraltar, Seville, Cádiz, Jerez, Andalucía's Pueblos Blancos (white villages), and even Morocco for those wishing to travel further afield.
Rally Date: 03 01 2017 - 27 03 2017
We recommend that you book your entire rally stay as early as possible.
Further south than either Tunis or Algiers on Africa’s north coast, this area has long been popular with members.
Rally Dates 3 Jan - 27 Mar 2017 (Members only)
41 miles from Tarifa, the most southerly point of the continent, along Andalucia’s famous ‘Coast of Light’, lies Conil de la Frontera, a much-loved destination for winter campers from the UK and the rest of Europe. Roche's owning Leal family – father Antonio, with son Enrique and daughter Begoña – and their friendly staff run a welcoming site and are always ready to provide local information. Pitches are grassy and flat and you have the option to book either a single (60-70m²) or double (120-140m²) pitch. Many single pitches will allow for a caravan and awing, and double pitches are divided by trees and shrubs. It is nearly always possible on your allocated rally pitch to erect an awning, and then to park your car on an empty pitch nearby (naturally this cannot be definitively guaranteed, should the nearby pitches be unavailable for any reason, but the site also has a large car park across the lane opposite reception). A cosy bar/restaurant serves as the on-site hub of activity, with happy hours and occasional celebrations for special festivals, especially the Romería of San Sebastián, the religious procession and pilgrimage for the local patron saint, held on the Sunday nearest to 20 January subject to the weather. The campsite is set on the edge of woodland and close to the coast of this much sought-after area, and while the countryside setting does mean that some animal noise can be heard, one of Roche's big pluses is that both town and beaches are quickly and easily reached by a good network of cycle paths, running through the pine forest to the coast. Signage and local maps for these are however almost non-existent, so take a relaxed view and be prepared to explore! Roche is best suited to caravans and motorhomes with independent personal transport, which enables you to get the most out of this rewarding region. Days out are possible to unspoiled beaches from Conil to Cádiz, and to Seville, Gibraltar, Andalucía’s Pueblos Blancos (white villages) route, the sherry area of Jerez, and the Roman remains of Baelo Claudia complete with an ancient red tuna factory. Add all this to the Costa de la Luz’s historic sites of Cádiz and Cape Trafalgar, and you have a winning formula for a winter break.
- On the edge of woodland, close to the sea and to the town
- Several golf clubs within a short drive
- Conil de la Frontera town centre 3.5 miles, beach two miles, A48 motorway 5.5 miles, Cádiz 25 miles, Jerez 35 miles, Tarifa 41 miles, Gibraltar 71 miles, Seville 89 miles.
- Local transport (2016): cycle hire (in Conil); car hire; taxi for four people to Conil about €10 each way.
- Dogs allowed
- Barbecues permitted on pitches; communal barbecue areas also available
- English spoken
- Owned and managed by the Leal family
Dedicated accessible facilities - Ramped access via laundry room to unisex washroom, with shower, washbasin and wc; step to reception; small step access to restaurant/bar and to shop; flat terrain with tarmac roads giving access to all pitches; contact us for any further information.
has the following facilities on or around the site.
Flat and grassy pitches, set out in pairs to give the option of single (60-70m²) or double (120-140m²) pitch booking, maximum unit length 8m (single or double); with 10A electricity, some with water and drainage
Washing machines and drier; hot water to laundry sinks
Tennis and paddle tennis
Car hire arranged and delivered to site
Supermarkets two miles
Horse riding, sea fishing and golf available locally
Well kept modern wash block, with hot water to showers, wash basins and dish washing sinks, two chemical toilet disposal points
Take-away on request from restaurant
Outdoor exercise machines
Wi-Fi (on pitches, free)
ATM in town
Dave and Agnes were their usual helpful selves. Very informative and fun. Once they knew I was interested in horses they took me to a free international showjumping event last year and that ensured I was back this year - spectacular! The area is stunningly beautiful and green. The beaches are long with soft white sand and in Conil are lots of festivals and events where the Spanish demonstrate their love of fun song and flamenco dance. Not to be missed is Cadiz, a escorted tour of Veher (white village) Tarifa & the sherry triangle including Jerez. The town is 3k away so motorhome owners usually joined car drivers for shopping, beer and tapas! We'll be back next year.
- Towing: Moderate
- Location: Country,Coastal,Secluded
- Suitable For: Older couples,Groups,Active break,Peaceful break
Enjoyed our stay, easy access for Cadiz ( a must visit) Jerez and Gibraltar. Vejer de la Frontera up in the hills, worth a visit find the underground carpark and the beautiful old town right there, Conil mostly shut in winter, a Spanish holiday resort, but pleasant town, Aldi etc nearby.
Rally stewards excellent.
- Towing: Difficult
- Location: Country
- Suitable For: Older couples,Groups
The camp site is lovely,BUT constant dogs barking from nearby farm 24 / 7, Cannot sleep at night for constant barking till about 3 or 4 am. This is not acceptable. Came here for peace and quiet not dam dogs barking all the time.
- Towing: Easy
- Location: Country
Use carpark opposite reception before checking in, as site entrance is restricted.
Friendly, English-speaking receptionists - "old" part of site has electricity, water & grey-waste on each pitch; "new" part has shared facilities.
On-site restaurant & shop "ok" -- poor WiFi in some parts of site (cannot comment about TV reception, as we don't have one!)
Good shopping in Conil, Cadiz etc. Extra (motorised preferably) transport is needed by motorhomers, for exploring and shopping, as bus service erratic.
- Towing: Easy
- Location: Country,Secluded
- Suitable For: Older couples,Groups,Peaceful 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.
Please proceed to book in order to find the latest prices, availability, or if you are looking to start your stay within less than 1 week, please call 024 7767 0375.
More information on pricing can be found here.