The Guardian ( https://www.theguardian.com/ ) travel section just published an article about the “20 best campsites camping uk europe accessible by public transport. “
We are very Honored to be included
in this list , as only campsite in Spain.
The Guardian wrote the following about our campsite:
With cracking views of the medieval town of Bocairent, and a swimming pool and gardens with hammocks to lounge in, the peaceful little Villa Carmen Bocairent campsite in the Sierra Mariola mountains is something of a peach. It’s also set in an orchard of a country house whose apple, fig, pear and nut trees give ample shade when the temperature rises. And with numbers limited to just 16 campers, tranquility is more or less assured. Bocairent is a short walk away – it’s a town of small squares, cobbled streets and fountains with a selection of bars and restaurants serving traditional Valencian dishes. The town’s Las Danzas festival takes place from 23-27 August every year, with performances of centuries-old dances and rites in the main square late each evening, followed by a daytime procession on 28 August to honour Sant Agustí.
Getting there Take the train to Valencia and pick up the Valencia-Ontinyent-Banyeres bus for the 1¾-hour trip to Bocairent. Alternatively, take the train up to Ontinyent and join the same bus for a 20-minute journey. The campsite is a 10-minute walk away.