14×6 metres and 1,30 metres deep
It is surrounded by a 600m² enclosure
The area has both a sunny area with serveral lounge beds and a spacious shady area
The pool is open from 11.30 to 20.30 (weather permitting)
Minors need to be accompanied by an adult
On the campsite there is a playground for the little ones which is divided into different areas.
The first area has 3 little wooden houses resembling a miniature school, a tavern and a slide where the kids can play freely.
The other area is an open space with swings, a see-saw and a slide.
You can also enjoy table tennis!
The campsite has a relaxation area of 450m² with tables and benches made from Courel slate .
It´s an ideal spot to eat or picnic out in the shade of the trees.
The use of barbeques depends on the fire rules and regulations according to the time of year.
CANTEEN AND RECEPTION AREA
The canteen – reception area is open from 9a.m. to midnight.
We have information about the Courel mountain range here and you can also have something to eat or drink on the spacious terrace.
On account of the mountainous aspect of the Courel area and the lack of telephone companies in rural areas the coverage is not good on the campsite. There is only wifi in the reception area and in the café.
An ideal time to switch off!
We have recently added a small library with a bibliography on the Courel area to our camping facilities.
The library has nature books, ethnography books, novels and even comics, all available in Galician and in Spanish.
We also have children´s literature and board games.
You can borrow the books and read them at the pool, the picnic area, the camping area or in the lodges!
We pride ourselves in using local produce in the preparation of our food. The potatoes come from A Cutela; the chard and turnip tops from Esperante and Piñeira; the chorizos (spicy sausages) are made from the pigs Pepe raises on greens, barley and chestnuts. The veal comes from Samos; Game previously hunted in the highlands of the Courel area is now officially sourced from the abbatoir in Fonsagrada.
The cheese of course comes from Cebreiro.
When we can´t use supplies from the Courel area we use produce from nearby areas. The trout comes from Baralla and some of our cold meats from Samos and Lugo.
And the chestnuts? Where do you think the chesnuts in Courel come from?
One of our culinary highlights is the wood fired oven. It´s on the terrace of the cafeteria so you can take part in the traditional cooking process.
We do roasts on request; Maribel also makes traditional style empanadas (pies), like the chard and bacon one which is typical in the Courel area. Once the oven is lit we take the opportunity to make a mouth-watering, irresistible bread.
15 MARCH – 10 DECEMBER
We are open every weekend and Spanish bank holiday weekends.
23 JUNE – 15 SEPTEMBER
Full – time opening
Full – time opening
11 DECEMBER – 14 MARCH