Scorching Camping Roa, new opening in the Valencian town of Venta del Moro

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Nature lovers and grilled meat has a new place to enjoy. This weekend has opened a new restaurant Abrasador, Camping in Roa. Located in the county of Requena-Utiel, the campsite is located in Venta del Moro.

A town that is in the Natural Park of Cabriel Sickles. A unique environment, where Mediterranean pines combine with mountain and fauna of the park to enjoy this natural area born between Valencia and Cuenca.

Their owners, Carlos and Javier, They are twin brothers who have decided to undertake an own camping. And her family has a lot of experience in the sector since his parents founded the Camping El Greco in Toledo. Precisely, why they have chosen the mountains Manchego meat and products Abrasador. “We wanted to unite the nature that gives us the nature park with good food restaurant for camping and have chosen the quality of Abrasador”, Carlos Alonso has pointed out.

Undertake passion for the product

Meanwhile, group CEO, Julio Ramirez commented that the trajectory of the owners of Camping Roa in Venta del Moro is an example to follow. “For us it is a pleasure to work with people like Javier and Carlos, you know your camping in Toledo and we are thrilled to have told us for your own project. Are two entrepreneurs who feel respect and passion for the product both as gastronomic level detail service they provide and know that they will go very well in this new venture”.

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More of 100 people, between customers and friends, They enjoyed a tasting products Abrasador at the opening of the campsite restaurant. From now you can taste the grilled meat among pine trees and log cabins to complete your experience in nature.

More information about the camping www.campingroa.com

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