Review for Camping Ciudad de Albarracin

Country:                        Spain

Co-ordinates:               40.24.41616 ° N 1.25.38637 ° W

Address:                       Camping Ciudad De Albarracín, Camino de Gea, 0, 44100 Albarracín, Teruel

Good for visiting:        Teruel, Albarracin, Prehistoric Cave Paintings, Gea de Albarracin

Phone & e-mail:            +34 978710197      


Visited:                          March 2019 (we stayed 1 night but will return)

Questions:-  (This review is from the point of view of motorhomers driving a Bessacarr E769 tag axle – 8.56m)

What are the pitches like?                

The older pitches are at the bottom of the site and are more shaded and probably smaller.  There are newer pitches higher up the site and they have full sun, are roomier (and amazing views of the town)

Is there water on each pitch?            

No.  There are just a couple of taps for filling .  There are also water fountains dotted around

What is the electric like?           

Probably 16A.  It was excellent with no problems


Yes – there is a motorhome service area by the entrance – however for us to get into it would have involved a few contortions!

What’s the site access like?        

Good – easy access from the main road.  The road up to the pitches is quite steep with quite tight bends to get onto the terraces

What are the Sanitary facilities like?    

Toilets:                             The block seems to have been refurbished.  Very clean.  The toilets move though!!                                                                                                                               Toilet paper provided? Yes  – no soap though                                                                   Showers:                        They looked good, but there was no heating in the block so we didn’t use them (it was below 0 at night..!)

Other Facilities:

Bins etc.

Washing machine and drier

Dish washing and laundry sinks


Childrens play area

Is there any internet; if so how much and how good?    

Yes – free in limited areas

How welcoming are they at reception and staff in general?  

Very welcoming – we saw 3 different people during our short stay and they were all friendly and efficient

How much is it?     

16 Euros on ACSI.

What’s the area like?            

Wonderful!  Walking distance to Albarracin itself – look out for my post on this amazing little town.  Also on the edge of climbing country, and caves housing prehistoric paintings (all of which you can walk to), Dinopolis, Gea de Albarracin and a Roman Aqueduct.  We are DEFINITELY returning 🙂

Suitable for 5th Wheel Vans?    

Probably not

More detail:

The Good:-

Stunning location

Good welcome in reception




The views

What could be improved:

Providing heating in the facilities block

More water points

We really didn’t like:


Moving On:

We’re continuing our journey home.  Our next stop was the village of Nuevalos, nr Calatayud (another wonderful area)

Would we return??

Yes – mainly for the area, but the campsite isn’t bad at all.

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