w / Filgueira 12 15113 Malpica de Bergantino, A Coruña, Spain
- 0034 981 721 702
Peaceful and secluded camping in a lush Galcian forest of pine and eucalyptus trees.
Pitches: 145 spacious and shaded plots (52 with electrical hookups) all of 60m2, allowing caravans and tents of all sizes.
Facilities: 5 Canadian huts, 6 mobile homes, 1 sanitary block with: 18 showers, individual heaters, free hot water, 20 toilets and 20 sinks. Outside, 10 sinks for washing dishes, 10 more for washing clothes and 2 specific areas for hanging clothes to dry. Toilet facilities for the disabled and babies, and there is also the possibility of using the sites washing machines and dryers at an extra cost. Free Wi-Fi (in the common areas), barbecues for common use, swimming pool, tennis court, basketball, table tennis, futbolin, library with books and magazines in several languages, games room and playground for younger children.
Open: Mid June – mid September (bookings recommend from July – August).
Prices: Sisargas don´t charge per pitch, it depends on the number of people and tents. 2 adults plus tent and car is €23.50 per night. Pets have an extra cost of €3.50 and electricity is €4.50. See website for hut and mobile home rates.
My partner and I were looking for a campsite where we could disconnect and relax, away from the busy sites full of permanent clients. We wanted to choose a cool place because we live in the Mediterranean and it was very hot already. This summer we were looking for long quiet stay in a not touristy place where we could hike and ride our bikes.
From our experience, in the summer we prefer the north. We are partners from ACSI and we like the campsites recommended by this guide. We decided to stay in Camping Sisargas because we believed it suited our purpose best. Malpica is not on the way to anywhere and it is not very touristy, despite the amazing nature of Costa da Morte.
We have been at Camping Sisargas for over a month with our caravan and are very happy. It is located in a beautiful setting and there is almost absolute calm. It never gets very full and the campsite is big, so you have a lot of personal space. There are amazing paths for walking and riding (but remember in Galicia everything is always uphill and downhill).
Gema and Pablo (the managers) are lovely and the cleaning lady is very effective: no matter what time you go to the sanitary block, it always seems as if you were the first person to walk in.
We are very pleased by this discovery we recommend.