Given me and Olli’s current passportless state, I have to come and see the British consulate in Barcelona first thing tomorrow, and was intrigued when I saw a camper stop in Barcelona’s Sant Marti district.
At first it does not look like much (effectively a truck and motorhome car park) and at €39 per 24 hours for a spot with electricity, not cheap, especially as its winter.
But what a pleasant surprise. Great security (which now is a major comfort) and a central building with nice kitchen, TV room and super showers with very hot water.
It’s right next to a metro stop and for exploring the city whilst knowing your camper is safe, it’s a bargain compared to what you’ll pay for a hotel in the city. And it’s quiet!
Highly recommended, and the graffiti on the wall is actually quite nice, for a change.
Camp Zagreb is, as the name implies, in/near Zagreb in Croatia. It’s pretty much near the highway, relatively easy to reach. They have 24 hour staffing at the entrance so even if you arrive late, they will have someone to show you to a plot, and sort the paperwork in the morning.
It’s a 4 star campsite, and for one person, motorhome, pet and electricity in June, they charge €24/night, which is fair. The site is located along the Danube and they’ve really invested in facilities – stunning shower and toilet blocks, with access to washing machines, super kitchens and even a doggy shower!
Along the banks of the river they’ve also built a pizzeria and outside lounge / chill space, and there are easily accessible walking trails all round.
Campsite wifi was free and good enough to stream video.
All in, super campsite and I’ll stay there any time again. Highly recommended, they deserve 5 stars!