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Camping Village Baia Blu La Tortuga
Galway
Level 4 Contributor
42 reviews
14 hotel reviews
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“A superb family holiday”
Reviewed 13 August 2012

We stayed at Baia Blu Tortuga for the first time in 2010 and had booked through Keycamp.ie. This year we booked on line with Baia Blu Holidays as Keycamp was not available. We had a mobile home in a good location (a little smaller than the one we'd had with Keycamp) but we'd air conditioning which made up for the smaller space.
The Campsite is very well run, all the facilities are kept very clean. We used the supermarket which is a little expensive but very convenient. We also ate in the Restaurant which was much better this time round. The Animatori Team were excellent and our two boys (5 and 9) had such a brilliant time partaking in archery and tennis in the mornings which were free and the 'baby dance' at night.
The beach couldn't be closer, the sea is so clean and great for snorkelling. Other sailing and water based activities are run at a charge which we availed of on our last visit and were very well run.
We holidayed in the middle of July and found the check-in and check-out very efficient and helpful. There is a bus from Alghero as others have mentioned but I would recommend hiring a car so that you can visit towns and beaches along this coast.
We'll be back. A special thanks to the Animatori Team especially to Christian, Marcello and Raphaelo.

Room Tip: Hire a car and perhaps do a shop in one of the bigger supermarkets for staple goods before arriving.
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  • Stayed July 2012, travelled with family
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Wolverhampton, United Kingdom
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 14 helpful votes
Reviewed 13 August 2012

Not at all what we were expecting. A beautiful park and location let down by the standard of accommodation and the attitude of members of staff.

We thought we were booking a standard UK style static mobile home only to end up with "half a caravan." Upon complaining to members of staff we were told that it was what they call a "hotel room." It probably was but in a 1 or 2* hotel. To say it was a tight squeeze is an understatement, there was only the 2 of us but we struggled to squeeze between the double bed, table, chairs, fridge and tv. There was no kitchen so if self-catering is what you are looking for think again, there wasn't even a kettle! The bathroom was also small and the shower kept flooding. We had one set of towels each to last us 5 days, I'd definitely recommend taking your own.

The park itself was lovely, set in a beautiful location, however, there were times we felt like prisoners. I had to leave a 20 Euro deposit just to get my passport back. There were security guards everywhere and if you weren't wearing the mandatory blue wrist band then you could not get in.

The park leads to the beach and it is a short walk to the "square" where there are a couple of restaurants and nightly entertainment, which was a saving grace.

We booked via Expedia, maybe that was the problem.

Overall, very disappointing.

  • Stayed August 2012, travelled as a couple
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London, United Kingdom
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common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 13 helpful votes
Reviewed 21 August 2011

The beaches are lovely...... I liked the coarser sand right by the campsite which doesn't get everywhere.....take your snorkels to see the fish and other sea life! But there are lots of local beaches...each one a little different, and it is fun to explore!
There are some lovely local strolls from the campsite or a short drive away.
We hired a car which was useful to go a little further afield (but not too far!)
We did the day trip to Corsica..... it was very pretty but very expensive (187 euros for family of 5 as foot passengers!)..... and our 3 kids were bored...... definitely a trip for adults keen on shopping and eating in restaurants.
We went scuba diving from the campsite which was a great hit, and can really recommend Wolfgang and all his water activities which are competitively priced and well run.
The campsite is immaculately clean and we found the campsite staff and the Eurocamp reps to be very friendly and helpful.

  • Stayed August 2011, travelled with family
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Northwich, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 16 August 2011

We have just returned from 2 great weeks on this campsite. We booked it through Keycamp and the mobile home was spotlessly clean. It wasn't the biggest mobile home we have stayed in and I would have liked a choice of sizes but it was adequate for two adults and two teenagers. We liked having a deck to sit on. We hardly spent any time inside anyway. Some of the pitches on the site were quite small but we were really lucky and had a large plot. As other reviewers have said the beach by the campsite is small pebbles rather than sand. This has some advantages as the sand doesn't get everywhere and as we are past sandcastle stage it wasn't much of a problem. The water sports on the beach are good. We went on windsurfers, a sailing dinghy and the banana boat. Most of the instructors seemed to be german and most spoke some English. The prices for the watersports seemed reasonable compared to other places we have been. We used the shop on the campsite which had reasonable range but didn't eat at the restaurant. There was the usual play area plus table tennis tables. Bonus facilities were tennis couts and a gym plus a cash point. As others have said the check in at the campsite is ridiculously slow. I can't see why they need quite so much information when you have booked through a company like Keycamp that already has all the information. The staff at reception are not very friendly either. However the welcome from the Keycamp reps was much more friendly.

Whilst we did use the beach by the campsite we also visited several others. Our favourite was only five minutes drive from the campsite on the way towards Ste Teresa and was beautifully sandy and more gently shelving. Some of the beaches near Ste Teresa on Capo Testa were much busier but did have more facilities like giant inflatables in the water to play on.

We ate out in a range of places. The hotel next to the campsie did good pizzas. We also ate out in Ste Teresa and had some good seafood. It was also a nice place to wander round in the evening with craft stalls to look at and lots of good ice cream shops! The other places that were popular to eat in were the Agriturismo restaurants - basically restaurants on farms with set menus for around 30 euros. You got a huge amount of food and wine and water were included. The favourite main course was roast suckling pig which was delicious. The other place we ate out was up in the mountains at Tempio Pausana at a restaurant called Il Purgatorio. My daughter and I love seafood and decided to have Fritto Misto which is usually just a mix of fried seafood. This turned out to be twelve separate plates of delicious seafood and that was just our starter! We were so full.

In summary it was a beautifully kept site with good facilities both on site and nearby.

  • Stayed August 2011, travelled with family
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Hailsham, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 9 July 2011

Baia Blu La Tortuga was one of the best holidays we have had. We stayed in a VIlla Classic, which was very clean and provided all the necessity's. it also had a sofa bed in the lounge and a gas barbecue, and all the caravans on site had atleast two bedrooms. There is evening entertainment which is great for the kids. Walking round the site we found that the sinks and toilets for the campers were extremely clean There was plenty to do, such as scuba diving, wind surfing and kite surfing, which are 50 euros each. The beach was made of tiny stones, but if you walk further to the left it turns into golden sands. the shop on the site was quite expensive, but there is an off-site discount store which is a lot cheaper. There is a tent full of board games, rackets and balls which you can use for free. We would definately recommend this holiday.

  • Stayed June 2011, travelled with family
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London
Level 2 Contributor
6 reviews
3 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 9 helpful votes
Reviewed 7 June 2011

Value accommodation on such a beautiful island. Set in a lovely wooded area, clean and great facilities. It's about a 20 minute drive to some beautiful beaches such as Theresa gallura and a lovely town for some food.

Highly reccomended. We stayed with Canvas and the caravan more than sufficed :-)

  • Stayed July 2010
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Essex, United Kingdom
Level 6 Contributor
123 reviews
30 hotel reviews
common_n_hotel_reviews_1bd8 114 helpful votes
Reviewed 22 May 2011

I booked this holiday with canvas holidays, and read many comments about the campsite using the web, and nowhere did i read that a car is advisable. The site is assesable from Alghero airport using an exttremly terrible local transport, which takes more than 3 hours and is one of the worst bus trips i have ever taken, a mad driver with his foot to floor driving around hairpin bends up mountains!
And when do manage to arrive be warned without your own transport the local bus service is nearly non exsistant!
If you plan a visit either at the begining or end of season their is sod all to do, the camps facities are non exsistant!
And dont book with canvas their accomadation is the smallest i have ever stayed in, you cant even shut the toilet door!

Room Tip: book with keycamp or eurocamp if you want to stay
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  • Stayed May 2011, travelled with friends
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Property: Camping Village Baia Blu La Tortuga
Address: Pineta di Vignola Mare, 07020, Aglientu, Sardinia, Italy
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Region: Italy > Sardinia > Province of Olbia-Tempio > Aglientu
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Beach Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Kitchenette Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 15 Speciality Lodging in Aglientu
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): £
Hotel Class:4 star — Camping Village Baia Blu La Tortuga 4*
Number of rooms: 277
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The Camping Village Baia Blu La Tortuga at Aglientu in Sardinia, overlooks the turquoise and clear sea of ​​the area near Santa Teresa di Gallura, in the north of the island. A structure with every type of service to give you tailor-made perfect holiday experience, depending on what you like to do, between nature, sports, hiking, relaxation and gourmet moments. The landscape: soft white beaches and amazing waters, intense peace and relaxation in the shade of maritime pines, in a wonderful scenery of bright contrasts of colors and scents. inside the Camping Village Baia Blu there is a pizzeria restaurant with a rich a la carte food delicacies, three bars including one on the beach, a daily entertainment for children and adults, a children club and a children playground. At the Diving Center there are various levels of diving courses and guided dives to discover the fabulous Sardinian Sea. The Camping Village Baia Blu La Tortuga in Aglientu, Sardinia, seaside, offers easy access to many sports such as windsurfing and sailing, tennis, archery, table football, table tennis, beach volleyball. Horse riding and horse riding near the property. In the Village area you can choose from a wide range of mobile homes with satellite TV and air conditioning (at an additional cost) or caravans, lodges and bungalows. In the camping sector there are 3 different types of pitches, all close to the sea, with electricity connection, suitable for campers in tent, caravan or camper. Also available is a clear water-discharge attachment. For guests in the mobile home available on request and at an additional cost linens and towels, baby kits and beach umbrellas and loungers on the beach. Furthermore: - free beach access -ATM -Down for disabled - dogs are allowed ... more   less 
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