Review for Lagos Resort, Nuevalos

Country:                        Spain

Co-ordinates:                 41.12.4295 ° N 1.47.2555 ° W

Address:                        Ctra. Alhama de Aragón, s/n, 50210 NUÉVALOS – ZARAGOZA – Aragón Spain

Good for visiting:        Zaragoza, Calatayud, Monasteria del Piedra

Phone & e-mail:            +34 976849038   


Visited:                          March 2019 (we stayed 4 nights)

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

What are the pitches like?                

Ranged over a number of terraces some are bigger than others; although most are quite narrow.  A mixture of shade and sun

Is there water on each pitch?            

No, there are several taps dotted around, although not all of them are suitable for attaching a hose to.

Also the ‘drinking’ water is full of minerals so is not really suitable for drinking in any form (we only use the drinking water abroad for hot drinks and cooking – here we can’t use it for hot drinks)

What is the electric like?           

Probably 10A.  It has tripped once since we’ve been here.  There are currently 2 of us plugged in – if any more plug in we’re expecting more issues


Yes – there is a good motorhome service area in the car park at the entrance

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:                             2 blocks with plentiful cubicles; 1 of which is currently closed for refurbishment – hopefully the other one will follow!  There is also a smaller block which we tend to use

Toilet paper provided? Yes  – no soap though                                                                   Showers:                        Old and tired.  Clean enough though (not spotless)

Other Facilities:

Bins etc.

Washing machine and drier (3Euros each)

Dish washing and laundry sinks


Small supermarket (goodness knows when it’s actually open though!)

Swimming pool – not open out of season

Mini gym (3 Euros for 1 hour)

Childrens play area

Social Salon

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?  

Closed more often than it’s open!  The 1st guy we saw was a little offhand – trying to explain when supermarket/bar open – ‘tomorrow maybe, and sometime over the weekend…!’

The 2nd guy I saw was a little more friendly

How much is it?     

18 Euros on ACSI.  Part of the CampingRed group if you stay 4 nights on 4 sites, you get a 5 night free stay on any of their sites (over a period of 2 years)

What’s the area like?            

Opposite a lake and within 10 mins walk of the village of Nuevalos.  Ample opportunities for walking and other visits – Calatayud, Monasterio del Piendra and also a couple of thermal sites within 5-6 miles

Suitable for 5th Wheel Vans?    


More detail:

The Good:-

Lovely location

What could be improved:

The welcome could be a little better

The facilities need updating

We really didn’t like:

People are allowed to arrive at any time, which means that right now (9.15pm) we are listening to a caravan that has just arrived (1 of many that have arrived after dark) setting up in the pitch next to us.  We don’t think that any campsite should be allowing anyone to be arriving and setting up after dark

Moving On:

We’re continuing our journey home.  When we leave here we will be heading out of Spain

Would we return??

Yes – but only because it’s the only campsite in the area and we definitely want to return to the area

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