PRICES Orange Grove Alfaz del Pí

THE RULES.

Opening Hours
Vehicle Access. Times You can arrive or depart with your vehicle anytime, any day between 9am and 9pm.
Pedestrian Access. You can come and go as you please at any hour of the day or night – everyone’s needs are different; you may fancy an early morning jog through the orchards…or you may arrive home late from an evening out, but we do ask that if you’re up and about during the less sociable hours you be as quiet as possible out of respect for other guests.

Internal Rules
We ask guests to comply with the internal rules of the site, but above all to employ common courtesy to other guests.
*Please keep all of your belongings on your pitch.
⇒ Please do not install permanent fixtures without consulting reception.
⇒ Vehicle engines should be turned off except when arriving or leaving the site.
⇒ Please shower before using the pool.
⇒ Pets should be kept on a lead at all ties and excrement disposed of correctly.
⇒ Please do not leave food for pets or rubbish outside of your camper at night.
⇒ Please do not feed stray animals.
⇒ Please do not hang laundry from the fence or lamp posts, you may borrow the laundry stand available in the laundry.⇒ 
⇒ Please do not take tables and chairs that belong to Orange Grove to your pitch.
⇒ Noise should be MINIMUM between the hours of midnight and 8am.
⇒ Please vacate your pitch as you would wish to find it..

OUT & ABOUT.

Out & About
The site is surrounded by fruit orchards and winding lanes – making walks and bike rides in the countryside before supper a real treat. But if you crave company, close by there are 2 towns; Alfaz del Pi - a residential Spanish town complete with quaint sleepy streets, a picture postcard church and roadside cafes and restaurants and Albir; a seaside town home to residents of all nationalities, full of restaurants, a golf driving range and a beautiful beach.
Both towns boast the facilities you need when you’re away from home; banks, shops, supermarkets, Dr’s surgery, dentists, opticians, post office and a weekly street market where you can shop for souvenirs or indulge in the array of fresh fruit & veg.

A bus ride away
And if you want to travel further a field the there is a bus stop close by where you can catch the number 10 bus, every 20 minutes to visit nearby Altea, a seaside fishing town famous for it’s blue domed church, or Benidorm, the tourist capital of Spain, with 8km of white sandy beaches, hundreds of bars and restaurants and the most fabulous nightlife in Spain!
There is also a train line that runs along the coast and will take you as far as Denia to the north and the city of Alicante in the south (passing through lots of coastal towns including Benidorm along the way).

Dogs Welcome
We know a holiday isn’t a holiday to some people without their dog; so at orange Grove your dog is welcome to join in the fun as long as he behaves. We even have a ‘pet wash’ bath complete with hot and cold water to keep him clean!.