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El Templo del Sol

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 6 days ago NEW

Great place to relax. It is 5 minutes from the train station. I had the tent which was right by the beach and this wasnt great on the first night as the wind bellowed to hell and back but it was calm from the morning after. Weather was great, other campsters were courteous. Staff were very helpful and the pastries...

Thank originalfunkbrother
Como, Italy
Reviewed 25 May 2016 via mobile

Good place, sun and sea, but just a little "Nordic"... The camping is located in a natural reserve and the beach is a real "long Beach"! You can choose isolated or crowded places, near the chiringuito or far away. Very good for children. Fantastic pools! Really bad, last year, was the coffee bar...the worst sangria all over the world!

4Thank Andrea P
Reviewed 20 June 2015 via mobile

First off, the reception staff is rude and unhelpful. Secondly, there's a railway next to the camp, which is good as long you enjoy the unpleasant sound of trains going by all day long. On the other hand, the beach is awesome and the swimming pool is outstanding, perhaps the best. The restaurant is OK, too. Fret not if your...

1Thank Pedro G
Reviewed 5 June 2015 via mobile

Great place, tight pitches, can be a nightmare but Bridget in reception holds the place together, should have been a Head Mistress, thanks for her help in a stressful situation. Beach, pool, restaurant very good and access from the AP 7 is 10 minutes.

2Thank gbf1
Bathgate, United Kingdom
Reviewed 2 August 2014

This is NOT an HOTEL! I don't understand why it is listed as an hotel - this should be changed. It is a naturist campsite and resort. We used to go each year to a new place for a week and the rest of our vacation at the best of what we had been to before, then we discovered el...

9Thank Perigrine47
New York City, New York
Reviewed 1 June 2014

We spent a week at El Templo del Sol last summer (2013) and had a very satisfying stay there. We rented one of the small cottages (which are small mobile units set up in little neighborhoods), which was sufficient, but significantly less than luxurious. Indeed, as noted in other reviews, the office staff was less the gregarious, but they did...

4Thank PDCE-85
Stafford, England
Reviewed 30 September 2013

We were asked to go on foot around the site to find a pitch. However pitches were not labled or bounderies marked. On eventually returning to reception with three choices we were told that they were pre booked and could we go look again. It was even suggested that where some people had spread out onto a neighbouring pitch, we...

4Thank Mike002
Market Rasen, England, United Kingdom
Reviewed 13 September 2013

On the plus side the camp site is situated beside one of the best naturists beaches we have ever been to; a good mix of people on the beach with plenty of space. But if you arrive at the camping site with a caravan not fitted with a mover you may have difficulty getting onto a pitch. Even the most...

8Thank Peter S
Colchester, United Kingdom
Reviewed 6 September 2013

This site is part camping, part touring caravans and an area of static "cabins". The mix is just right for a thoroughly relaxing and care free holiday. The biggest factor though is the amazing beach, which is sandy and maybe a mile or so long and is naturist the whole length, just perfect for those au natural walks that we...

3Thank natur63cat
Gillingham, UK
Reviewed 11 August 2013

This naturist camp site is above one of the best naturist beaches in Europe. The beach is clean soft sand and the water very inviting. The campsite is well planned with either open or shaded pitches. There is a great swimming pool and good evening entertainment for all. The staff throught the site put a lot of effort into making...

5Thank Kenneth S

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Address: GPS N 40,9771 E 0,90127, L'Hospitalet de l'Infant, Spain
Region: Spain > Catalonia > Province of Tarragona > Costa Dorada > Baix Camp > L'Hospitalet de l'Infant
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“Camp is quiet in May, gets busy between June and August.”
originalfunkbrother, 18 May 2017 | Read review
“For tents, the ground is quite hard, you will need a good mallet and stout pegs. We preferred to stay in rows J, K, L, or M as these are closest to the washing and toilet facilities - one of the pre-pitched tents was in about row E with a 400m walk to the toilet in the middle of the night - at our age this is becoming a more frequent necessity - this was not much fun. Beyond row M the trains are more intrusive - the site slopes down and the trains are in a cutting at the top end but on an embankment at the low end. If trains bother you, choose a pitch at the top end.”
Perigrine47, 2 Aug 2014 | Read review
“Book away from railway”
natur63cat, 6 Sep 2013 | Read review
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