Review of Santa Marta Camping, Cullera

♦ Country:                    Spain

♦ Co-ordinates:           N 39 10 37  W 0 14 31

♦ Address:                   Avda. Racó, 25 – 46400 – Cullera Valencia ESPAÑA

♦ Good for visiting:   Valencia

♦ Phone & e-mail:     +34 96 1721440

♦ Website:        

Questions:-  (This review is from the point of view of motorhomers driving a Swift Kontiki 669 tag axle – 8.56m)

What are the pitches like?         

Good size and good access.  Very level as well.          2 areas for motorhomes; can accommodate about 16 units

Other pitches were for caravans and tents.

There are also many bungalows available for hire. 

Is there water on each pitch?         


What is the electric like?           

10A – we had no problems         


On each pitch and also a motorhome service area                               

What’s the site access like?      

 No problems.  There’s a bit of a drive through town but it’s not an issue.    


What are the Sanitary facilities like?        All very clean with distinct areas for toilets, showers & wash basins

Toilets:                                              Excellent                                                                                                                                                  Toilet paper provided?                Yes, in each individual cubicle                                                                            Showers:                                           Very good

What other facilities are there?      

Swimming pool.   Mini-market.   Bar.      Laundry.   Mini-club.    Sports pitch.  

None of it open when we visited in January, except the laundry, but the bar seemed to be getting ready to open.  


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

Yes, internet is available; prices vary depending on how long you purchase.   It’s not very good.            

How welcoming are they at reception and staff in general?  

 Couldn’t have been better!  An old guy covers reception when no-one else is there. 

He doesn’t speak much English, but does speak French.  The rest of the time he is busy

working around the site – he never seems to stop!   The young lad on reception was very

pleasant and helpful.

How much is it?                                           

 Using the ACSI card it’s 15 Euros per night from 15/1-12/4, 18/4-16/6 & 11/9-15/12 2016

What’s the area like?                                 

 Lovely.  There’s an abandoned bull-ring at the entrance and across the road (which

will probably be much busier in the high season) the beach is about 300m away.  There are

plenty of bars and restaurants within easy reach – many of them were open when we visited.

There’s a bus stop right outside the site with buses to the train station.  The beach is lovely

and has a nice wide promenade so cycling is not a problem, except at weekends (or probably in

high season).

Suitable for 5th Wheel Vans?             NO
More detail:

Good for visiting Valencia, a short train ride away.  You arrive into the Estacion du Nord which is

next to the Bullring and immediately opposite the old city.

There’s a walk behind the campsite to an Ermitas, and the Cullera castle is within easy reach

(we cycled).

There is also a TV aerial point on each pitch (meaning if you can plug in a cable you will get

British TV).


The Good:-

 Location.    Staff.    Sanitary facilities.    Beach.     Area.   Public transport links

 Good for cycling

The Bad:-


The Ugly:-               Nothing
Moving On:

From here we moved on to Benidorm, about an hour further along the road.



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