Puerto Peña Campsite is in a particularly charming spot due to its stunning natural surroundings. The river Guadiana flows lazily past the campsite on its way between the García de Sola and Orellana man-made lakes.

The Garcia de Sola, also known as Puerto Peña, is famous for its steep banks and glassy dephts. Its coastline stretches for more than 20 kms and is shaded by extensive coniferous and Mediterranean woods and rocky outcrops where the golden eagle, Bonelli’s eagle and black stork build their nests.

The reservoir is also popular in the summer for watersports. It has a floating platform, accessible from the road between Puerto Peña and Valdecaballeros, from which you can go sailing, canoeing or motorboating to explore the secluded corners of the shore. Moreover, the fresh water of the García de Sola is home to an abundant variety of fish, such as carp, the pike, the barbeau or the black bass. That is why this is such a stunning paradise for fish lovers.

Just opposite The Puerto Peña Rock you will find Puerto Peña Campsite, the Birdwatching Centre for Raptors, and bathing area that is both tranquil and safe children.

Whether you love Nature and peace or, if you are keen on adventure and outdoor sports, Puerto Peña is the perfect spot you are looking for to enjoy your holidays with your friends or family.