Let’s get back to our Camper adventure with kids around Andalucia. Prepare your compass and pencil, the following stages of our trip cannot escape from your plans. In the first part of our article we ended up in Sanlúcar de Barrameda, enjoying the Guadalquivir river, Doñana and the stunning horses. Let’s continue!

Let’s get back to our Camper adventure with kids around Andalusia. Prepare your compass and pencil, the following stages of our trip cannot escape from your plans. In the first part of our article we ended up in Sanlúcar de Barrameda, enjoying the Guadalquivir river, Doñana and the stunning horses. Let’s continue!

Second Stage: The Forest / Grazalema – Fuente de piedra / Malaga- Granada. 220km

Camper in GrazalemaWe encourage you to not settle yet, there is still so much to see and enjoy, now you can come up to the Camper van and follow the road for just 100 km through Andalusia, and be ready to discover the inner Andalusia, you will not be sorry.  Brighten up your day and leave the coast to explore the inner side of Cadiz, you can set off to Natural Park of Grazalema, a magical place with small white villages which are fantastic for sightseeing, we specially recommend a break at El Bosque, a nice village where you will find the visitors center. Let’s go hiking with the children, a short, mysterious and unforgettable walk along the twisting Majaceite river.
This gorgeous area expells serenity, calm is guaranteed, your only worry is to find the best picnic spot, it’s up to you whether to choose a small waterfall or next to the pool.

We say farewell to Grazalema, see you soon. You may feel a little sad, but trust us, we have prepared a couple more smiles for you and your family and we will meet them with the Camper van. Look on the map, we cross to Malaga state, following the route from Fuente de Piedra towards another natural reserve, Malaga in camper with childrenLa Laguna de Fuente de Piedra (Stone spring Lake) close to Antequera in the province of Málaga. We have many surprises. The first one, watching it all on one leg, with its unique pink and orange color and its silhouette reflecting in wetlands, let me introduce to you the Flamingos. Here, in Malaga, in La Laguna is located the second largest colony in Europe, it is a great place to observe these peculiar birds arriving and departing over the lake will make a big smile on your face