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We stayed here during a backpacking trip around Europe. The camp site was adequate (it may have been updated since as it is a long time ago that I went there). It is a very small campsite.
The village of Calella de Palafrugel is lovely...More
We booked a 2 bedroomed log cabin over the internet and chose this site because it was family run, quiet and '100 mtrs' from the beach. Our accommodation was at the top of a hill, at least 10 mins walk from reception, so nowhere near...More
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Response from cmobydick, Owner at Camping Moby DickResponded 18 January 2011
Thank you for taking the time to write your feedback. We did not realise of the functionality to respond to your issue until recently, therefore let us clarify your concerns as soon as possible.
We are sorry that you did not enjoy your stay. However,...More
My girlfriend & I booked a two week holiday on the Costa Brava in Spain at the above campsite. We paid €900 for a two person Mobile home.
The first thing we noticed was the age of the mobile home, more than 15 years old...More
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Response from cmobydick, Marketing Consultant and family member at Camping Moby DickResponded 31 July 2010
Sorry for not responding sooner. Although we were aware of your review, we have just realised that there is a capability to respond to you through Trip Advisor.
We regret your poor experience at our mobile homes and how it may have impacted...More
I'm travelling from England to the Cap Roig Concert and haven't got a tent. Is there one provided at the camp site?? Any information would be great, Thanks
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Response from Geoff B | Reviewed this property |
Yes, was just at Moby Dick and I'm almost certain they don't. But we did swing by, La Siesta, which, as Clare points out, offers bungalows. Siesta looked quite pleasant (more of a mini-resort) but Moby Dick was much better... More
Yes, was just at Moby Dick and I'm almost certain they don't. But we did swing by, La Siesta, which, as Clare points out, offers bungalows. Siesta looked quite pleasant (more of a mini-resort) but Moby Dick was much better for us - just a short walk to the beach. Anyway, I bet there's a place in Barcelona that would rent gear.