(2016-17 Winter Season) - Rally Stewards will be Dawn and Steve Cash. Approx. 50 rally pitches (subject to demand) located all together, 70m², gravel with 10A electricity, water and drainage, plus one cold water washing-up sink per two pitches. Pitches allocated by the site in consultation with the Rally Stewards. Ralliers have access to the restaurant for organised rally activities. Typical rally activities (subject to demand) may include dinner dances and social evenings, coffee mornings, barbecues/street parties, keep-fit, long and short cycle rides, walks, boules, line dancing, quizzes, whist drives, bingo, beetle drives, games evenings, Spanish singer, coach excursions and visits to local festivals.
Christmas Day Lunch: €35 per person - | Hors d'oeuvres| Prawn cocktail| Roast turkey with vegetables | Christmas cake | Wine and mineral water | Cava served after dinner with traditional Christmas sweets| Coffee.
New Year’s Eve Dinner: €37 per person - | Hors d’œuvres | Traditional lemon sorbet drink| Baked leg of lamb with vegetables | Ice cream | Wine and mineral water | Christmas sweets | Coffee | Midnight Spain, 12 grapes; Midnight London, Cava.
If you wish to attend these festive meals, please book them at the time of making your rally booking. Access is then by ticket only, available when you pay the Rally Stewards on site. Menus and prices may be subject to change.
Small, friendly and well established rally great for first-timers and returners alike | Coach excursions to València, Morella, the local Fallas festivals (from mid-March until Saint Joseph’s day on 19 March) and to other places of interest may be organised and led by Sñr Sanz, the knowledgeable site owner. Site minibus (fare applies) is well used for transport to local train station or visits to other local places.
Rally Date: 03 12 2016 - 01 04 2017
We recommend that you book your entire rally stay as early as possible.
The surrounding region is fascinating and has not yet been overrun by the tourist invasion.
Rally Dates 3 Dec 2016 - 1 Apr 2017 (Members only)
A site with high quality facilities, situated in a quiet town and with owners and staff who look after campers exceptionally well. There is a real focus on exploring the local culture and traditions of this area with several trips organised throughout the winter period for members to enjoy local fiestas, celebrations and places of interest, including a wine fountain! There are cycle and walking routes in the nearby hills with many members also particularly fond of the coastal area for its gentle, flat cycle itineraries through the farmland and almond groves. Monmar is particularly well-suited for motorhomes, with the site's cost-effective minibus available and shops in close proximity to the site, and with the minibus stopping at Nules station you can also benefit from train travel. Members also enjoy the advantage of the higher-amperage 10A pitches. At Easter you will find this site to be more peaceful than many others, but with excursions usually arranged by the site owner to the Easter festival in Nules. That said, there is plenty more going on in the region, especially the Fallas festivals of Saint Joseph in March, the amazing Fallas in the regional capital of València being the big highlight. Here huge effigies, usually colourfully grotesque caricatures that have been a year in the making, are paraded through this beautiful city over four days amid great festivity, until finally they are filled with fireworks and set alight – all bar one, voted by the public to be saved. València with its historic centre, the jaw-dropping architecture of the modern City of Arts and Sciences and the world-famous Lladró porcelain is a short drive away.
- In the small Mediterranean resort of Moncofa, 300m from the beach
- Nules (nearest train station with direct connections to Castellón and València) five miles, Castellón 14 miles, València 31 miles.
- Local transport (2015): car hire (delivered to site); buses from Moncofa Playa to Castellón and from Moncofa to València; site minibus service (a service to members operated at a reasonable price an subject to demand and availability) €5 to Nules train station, Mon-Fri.
- Dogs not allowed
- Barbecues permitted
- Owned and run by the Sanz family
Dedicated accessible facilities - Two heated cubicles by rally area, with shower, washbasin, toilet and ramp access, direct access from outside; two steps to reception; one small step to bar/restaurant; steep ramp to pool area; flat terrain, tarmac roadways and gravel pitches; contact us for any further information.
has the following facilities on or around the site.
Touring and rally pitches are flat, all gravel, approx. 70m², all with 10A electricity, water and drainage, plus one cold water washing-up sink shared between two pitches
Two large wash blocks with hot and cold water, showers, wash basins and two chemical disposal points; one small wash block at top end of site
Sports facilities on site include an outdoor swimming pool (unheated) and two new boules pitches
Restaurant/bar with local dishes, fish and chip meals and chicken and chips available
Cash machines in village
Maximum unit length 8.5m
Laundry facilities include one washing and one drying machine, plus six laundry sinks
Outdoor exercise equipment
Wi-Fi (on pitches, charge)
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 2 weeks please call us.
More information on pricing can be found here.