Spain (campsite reviews) 2019

SPAIN  (we’re still travelling so check back regularly as new reviews are added, including reviews for sites from our previous trips)

NB: Main photo is the view from our van at La Fuente, Banos de Fortuna

Winter 2019:-

Paid Sites:

Mas Patoxes, Pals (fairly near to the French border)

Les Medes – L’Estartit (fairly near to the French border)

Vilanova Park, Vilanova i la Geltru (nr Figueres)

Kikopark, Oliva (not far from Benidorm)

La Fuente, Banos de Fortuna (north of Murcia)

Mar Azul, Balerma

Cabopino, between Malaga and Marbella

Bellavista, nr Estepona

Valdevequeros, nr Tarifa

Playa las Dunas, Puerto de Santa Maria (Nr Cadiz)

Camping la Sierracilla, Humilledero (nr Antequera)

Camping Don Cactus, Carchuna (nr Motril)

Camping Valencia, Pucol (nr Valencia)

Ciudad de Albarracin, Albarracin

Camping Lagos Resort, Nuevalos

Free Camping (or low cost)

Casares, Andalucia – in the mountains north of Manilva    (N 36.44611, W 5.27833
N 36°26’46”, W 5°16’42”)

  • Free parking for motorhomes
  • Water, grey and chemical waste disposal
  • Viewpoint to see griffon vultures
  • Adult gym and children’s playground
  • Rubbish bins
  • Toilets if the Information Centre is open
  • Approx. 1km from the lovely little town of Casares – a good walk 🙂 See here for post about our trip into Casares

Algodonales, in the mountains north of Ronda (N 36.87387, W 5.40987
N 36°52’26”, W 5°24’36”)


  • Free parking for motorhomes
  • Free electric
  • Motorhome service point with water, grey and chemical waste disposal
  • Rubbish bins
  • Watch the paragliders
  • Walks up the hill from the town
  • Lovely Zahara close by

Cala de Mijas, between Fuengirola and Cabopino. ( N 36.50619, W 4.68232
N 36°30’22”, W 4°40’56”)

  • 5 minutes walk for a good night out 🙂
  • Free motorhome parking – NOTE: pop over to the police station to register (take your passports and vehicle documents with you – it takes about 5 mins and means you won’t be moved on…)
    • You then get 2 nights (we arrived on Tuesday and the police didn’t come around until the morning, so we registered on Wednesday and stayed until Friday)
  • Water (across the car park near the steps up to the road
  • Drainage and chemical waste dump (drain in front of the toilets)
  • The toilets are only open when the market is on (Wednesday and Saturday)
  • Will definitely return

Camper Park Olivares – for visiting Cabo de Gata


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