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Travelling Santander to Granada area


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A good Camp site at Burgos nice town to spend a day in. Arunjeuz Camping International a lovely town and the Summer Palaceis a must also the Garden that you can walk through from the Camp site into Town. Further Sth Santa Ellena a little village just off the main road a good enough camp site for a night.

The only place we used after that was Cordoba one site in the City another a few km outside. Another City thats a must with the Mosque and the Alkazar.

 

The weather should be getting nice and warm and the Orange and Lemon blossom will be out.

Enjoy your trip.

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Hi

 

We have done the trip to Granada as well as other France/Spain/Portugal trips in our wee Eriba caravan. (We are moving to a campervan soon)

 

Recommend visiting the Picos de Europa region south of Santander at the start of your trip. Stunning! We stayed in Potes in a great site Campsite La Viorna.

 

Also stopped in the Rioja region in Haro. Lovely town and of course great wine and tapas. Only one other stop before Granada, just outside Madrid.

 

In Granada we stayed just outside in a small town called La Zubia. Nice friendly site and town with easy bus into centre of Granada.

 

As we were caravanning these are all official sites, but I'm sure there are campervan/motorhome stops around these towns.

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deckboy - 2012-12-13 2:09 PM

 

 

In Granada we stayed just outside in a small town called La Zubia. Nice friendly site and town with easy bus into centre of Granada.

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We've stayed at Camping Reina Isabel just outside of Granada and highly recommend it. ACSI accepted from 7/1 until 22/3 this time of year. Bus stop as mentioned right outside of site and Granada is beautiful.

For aires etc check out -

http://www.areasac.es/v_portal/apartados/apartado.asp?te=4

 

Enjoy!

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Cacares is a lovely old town, can't remember the camp site but it was near the bus route (5 mins) and had individual toilet and shower facilities.  We enjoyed going down the western side of Spain.  Salamance also a lovely town and if art nouveau and art deco are your sort of thing there is a museum near the roman bridge based in an art nouveau merchants house.  4 euros to go in.  Easy bus journey from the camp site.

 

http://www.museocasalis.org/nuevaweb/

 

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