Category Archives: Spain

Cádiz

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Our base for the night was a secure car park in a town called El Puerto de Santa María, a short boat ride across the bay from Cádiz. El Puerto is home to seven sherry bodegas including Osborne’s, which was set up by Englishman Thomas Osborne Mann in 1772. The company logo is the… Read more »

Ronda

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We’d planned to leave the camp site in Torremolinos on Monday, but decided to chill out for another day and so we left there this morning. First stop was to be the nearby Carrefour hypermarket, as we need to get a few household bits and bobs as well as food,… Read more »

Málaga

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We’ve spent the weekend catching up with Carol’s cousin Wendy and husband Lee, and had a great time wandering around Málaga seeing the sights, and sampling the local delicacies. It’s a great mini-break destination, with loads to see and do – see photos below. Tomorrow we shall be leaving the camp… Read more »

Antequera

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It was only a half hour drive to Antequera, so we were at the aire nice and early, and there were a few decent spaces left. We parked up and walked into town in search of the tourist information office. Spotting a couple of the blue “i” signs by a busy… Read more »

Córdoba

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It only took half an hour to drive into Córdoba from the camp site. The road side scenery has changed now that we’re n Andalucía; no more vineyards, just mile after mile of olive trees. The villages look different too, as they’re mainly whitewashed, brightening up the view from the… Read more »