Cabopino Camping January 2018
Arriving at Camping Capopino at 1pm, the first thing that hits you is it’s so busy and full. Reception was great. We are given plot 16 which we could change if we wanted. The pitch was long enough for our outfit and close to the entrance for walking into the port. White gravel base (so no problem with rain and drainage). A quick set up and check out the facilities I was very impressed. The shower and toilet block next to reception was first class! I would say that the pitches are very close together and it can have a shanty town feel.
A plus in the area is da Bruno restaurant at the entrance. This is a chain but very classy and worth the extra cost. The Indian at the other end of the site is also worth a visit though don’t be tempted to have starters as they fill you up and you end up leaving your main.
First out of the site across a bridge over the coastal motorway and down to the beach and port area, it took a mere 5 minutes.. The port and marina are lovely we had a glass of wine at bash tapas bar and checked out the restaurants lining the edge of this pretty port. Nice vibes. Baring in mind it was Tuesday it was refreshing to see things open in January.
The boardwalk which protects the sand dunes is worth a visit but be aware this borders a nudist beach and is a notorious cruising and dogging area! Some people are just there for assignations and pick ups.