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Reviewed 19 August 2016 via mobile

Great place for families as long as you are willing to adapt to a Spanish routine. Getting up around 9.30 - 10 and going to bed about midnight. We found this easy because of the heat. Lots of activities for kids and the site was very clean. There was a 30 min disco every night for the kids then some other entertainment from approx 10-12pm. Restaurant food was enjoyable. Outside pool was clean and lifeguards were strict without ruining the fun. Staff can only speak a little English, reception staff were good. Had I been able to speak catalan /spanish better we would have got more out of the holiday, I did learn some though which was a bonus, thank heavens for Google translate! Social area is separate to bar but is essentially family friendly, you can take your own food and alcohol to it though. We didn't want to come home.

Date of stay: August 2016
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank Trese58
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Reviewed 31 May 2016 via mobile

We stayed 7 days and had a succession of disappointments. We recommend going elsewhere. Our basic needs were a place to relax, a good nights sleep and somewhere pleasant to eat.

Our stay can be summarised as meals with the smell of dog faeces, late night noise from adults, youths and cars entering the site with lights on, early morning wake ups from a construction crew and closed facilities with no where to relax and recover after a poor nights sleep.

The place appears to have very good facilities at first but the place is terribly mis managed. It was a busy weekend when we checked in and pitched our tent. Across from us there were several bungalow sites under construction. This seemed to be a favourite spot for the residents to take their dogs to poo. The poo was picked up by the owners and promptly put in the bin located on our site. After 50 such incidents the smell was horrendous. Breakfast was not enjoyable with the smell of faeces. On day 2 we asked the people at reception to move the bin but they said they didn't have the authority to make that decision and the management were away for the weekend. Apparently no one was managing the site during this busy period! I promptly took matters into my own hands and began to detach the bin from the lamp post to relocate it. At this point a member from reception appeared and told me I could not do that. They can make decisions about what cannot be done, just not decisions about what can be done. An argument ensued. Eventually they agreed to cover the bin and put it out of service. Most disturbingly was that small children played in the dirt where the dogs were pooing. I had to warn some mothers on 3 separate occasions about the dog faeces which can cause blindness. Why management do not put up a sign prohibiting dog poo within the camp is baffling and just plain negligent.
During our stay we were woken the first night after 12 by an adult party. The second night we woken again by youths wandering the camp and shouting loudly. 3rd and 4th nights we were woken by cars entering the site after 12 when they are supposed to park outside after this time. The lights shine straight through the tent guaranteeing you'll be woken up.
On the weekday mornings we were woken at 8:00am by the construction crew working with hammer drills and excavation equipment.
Thoroughly tired we sought out a place to relax for the afternoon and regain some strength. We attempted to relax on the loungers by the outside pool but were told we couldn't go in as the pool itself was closed. We asked if we could bring some loungers out of the pool area onto the grass to relax. We were told no!
With no other area to relax we thought we would buy an ice cream. The bar had none left, the vending machine was also out and the shop was closed. It was a 25 deg day. Again just mis management in terms of maintaining adequate stock. At this point we returned to our tent and planned our departure. We tried to provide some constructive feed back to the reception but they didn't even have a feedback form. They gave us a blank sheet of paper to write on!!!
The staff themselves try their best but essentially their hands are tied by an overbearing but absent management. The staff have no authority to make any decisions and the management are so detached from the customers they don't know what is required. The place would do far better under new management.

Date of stay: May 2016
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
6  Thank Argaussie
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Reviewed 10 August 2015

The site itself is largely used by Spanish families who have large permanent set ups. At weekends and holidays this makes it busy. If you do not like kids running and cycling around until 1am then this is a major downside. The pitches are large, with water and shady plus there is a large car park off behind the site for cars. This at least means that there are not vehicles moving around much within the site. The large central toilet blocks, laundry etc were kept very clean and were very well maintained. The site was kept very clean and tidy.

The restaurant has a good menu with well cooked, locally sourced and sustainable produce forming th basis of the dishes. The shop is extremely basic. No fruit or veg but fresh bread each day.

In summer there is a good entertainment programmed for the kids and some evening music. The tennis and panel courts were well used, particularly by flood light in the evenings until 11pm when it had cooled down. The outdoor pool was refreshing in the summer so we did not pay to use the indoor pool (You can use it for free after a treatment but you will need to wear a swimming cap). The water slide was well used by the kids. There were trees around the lawn by the pool and a large social area and patio gave welcome shade in th heat of the day.

For us, the major down side was that it was difficult to walk and cycle into Berga with kids as there was a main road it he way. However, there were lots of excellent way marked trails around the area and information available just outside the campsite on the way to the main road from the tourist information office.

Date of stay: August 2015
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank safarifiend2
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Reviewed 3 November 2010

We had a nice stay at the Berga Resort in October 2010 (outside pool was closed). Resort is somewhat of a big name for it, as it is more of a camping with nice Spa facilities. The Spa is really good, but seems somewhat under-utilized, partly because they have rules that restrict the use: max half an hour with some of the -otherwise very good- massages. Personell is mostly very friendly, but not always very professional. Leaving the kids at the kids-center is great and gave us some nice time together. Kids had a good time, despite not managing the language. The camping too is full with kids.
Forget the restaurant for anything else but a sandwich/sub or a pizza. And forget the camping store for anything else but freshly baked bread in the morning.
Keep in mind that there is a motor-cross area right near the camping. Although it didn't bother us while we were there as it was hardly used, we saw a few kids (!) on bikes but we didnt hear them for more than a minute.

Date of stay: October 2010
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank WinniV
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Reviewed 27 May 2010

From the website this looked an attractive site with chalets and mobile homes in a green environment. It is in fact a campsite and not a particularly attractive one at that. We booked a mobile stated to accommodate up to 4 people and on arrival were shocked to find it so small. It would have been adequate for 2 people . The shower was so small that it was just about possible to get in and there was nowhere to set anything. Unless actually in bed there was no room for 2 people to be in the bedroom at the same time. It was well that we were all slim othewise we would not have managed. There was a small area of lawn around the mobile but otherwise lots of concrete walls and road and opposite the mobile tents and caravans.
There are certainly facilities on site a few included in the price but most extras. The site is on the side of a busy road with Berga on the other side so a walk into town is an unattractive prospect.
The only good thing we have to say about this resort is that the staff were friendly and helpful
We do not consider that this is good value for money. We feel that the website is misleading and are surprised that hotel booking sites are featuring it.

Date of stay: May 2010
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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3  Thank NIrelandJo
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