Eco Dome Camping Otro Mundo
Otro Mundo is situated in the Sierra del Segura, a big protected nature area and also called the lungs of Spain. It's very lush, two rivers are born and two others flow here. It's the habitat of foxes, wild cats, stone marten, polecats, otters, mountain goats, deer and wild boar. On the site of Otro Mundo agriculture was once practiced; you can still find ancient terraces and drywalls. The well and the fertile land make the place very green and inviting. Ruben and Lotte came here with the idea to live as selfsuficient as possible. They have an organic kitchen garden, solar energy, eco toilets and a well for water.
The campsite offers three fully equiped yurts, each on their own private spot. Yurt la Morera is very suitable for families with children, because of the space around it. El Manzano has a lovely view and la Terrera is the one most secluded. They all have their own compost toilet, solar-energy shower, comfortable double bed and comfy chairs. You're allowed to put up an extra tent for maximum two persons. In the communal room you find the shared kitchen, games and you can meet the other guests. If the harvest is sufficient, you can buy vegetables and fruit from the garden.
In the Sierra del Segura you find several beautiful little towns and villages. Half an hour drive from Otro Mundo you find Elche de la Sierra, with shops, backeries and on Thursdays a good market on the historical town square. Yeste with its castle and nice streets is an hour away and this drive will bring you breathtaking views. In Ayna (one hour drive) the prehistoric cave paintings are waiting for you to be admired. They are UNESCO World Heritage.
Facilities for playing outside
Guided excursions in the surroundings
Tours of the farm
Facilities and activities in the surroundings (< 15 km)
Bicycles for rent
Guided nature tours
Open-air swimming pool
Special target groups
Forest and/or moorland, mixed agricultural
Mountainous to alpine landscape
Puddle, fen, lake
A part-time farm
Working according to IFOAM-principlesFruticulture, Arable farming