Camping Errota el Molio June 2010
This is a large, popular site with lots of facilities, especially sporting. There are a lot of bungalows,
some for rent but many privately owned. The area for tourers is large, level and grassy with some trees for shade. There is one large central toilet block, well-equipped and modern. Toilets have both seats and paper, washbasins have soap and hand driers, and
the showers are the push-button type with no temperature control - they took quite a long time to get hot. There is a large washing-up and laundry room, plus washing machines and driers. There is a very big restaurant and a bar/cafe with a terrace, also a
supermarket. The swimming pool is large and has a water slide. There are lots of sports facilities: tennis, football, squash courts, pelota (this is Basque country), boating on the river Arga which runs beside the site, and a children's playground with a large
climbing 'tree'. The site gets busy at weekends with an influx of Spanish families, and it's also popular with rallies - there were two while we were there, one Belgian, one Dutch. The site also has separate accommodation for visiting school parties - again
there were two while we were there, which made it a bit noisy. The site is well-placed for visiting the many interesting and historic towns in the vicinity, such as Pamplona, Puente la Reina and Olite, also the Rioja vineyards and the desert scenery of the
Bardenas Reales. It's a fascinating area and very different from the usual tourist Spain, but this means that not so many people speak English, so take your Spanish phrasebook!