The sea on your doorstep on Spain’s northern coast. Camping Las Arenas was just how Antonio had described it: high on a hill with incredible views and bracing breezes, one of the few ‘free camping’ sites on the northern coast, almost surrounded by water facing the sea with a river running alongside.
Chilled camping half an hour inland from the Costa Blanca, Alicante in the fertile valley of La Vall de Laguar. This is a hikers, bikers, climbers and canyoners paradise, the jewel in the crown being the famous Barranc d’Infern or Hell’s Canyon.
Spacious camping at a national park in Jaen. This was my favourite camp site of our trip. We had two massive strokes of luck. To begin with, because we arrived midweek, there was hardly anyone there so we got the most amazing pitch.
Exploring the Galician coastline and Spain’s most magnificent natural wonder Road trip: Day 14 – 16 July 2016. Ribadeo, Galicia, Spain When we planned our 3 month camping road trip, Cathedrals Beach was one of the first pins on the map. We stayed at Camping Poblado Gaviota primarily because of its proximity. Camping Poblado Gaivota…