Just two hours after our landing at Malaga on sunday-night, we were on our way in our bedroom/kitchen/living/car called Merche.
In those hours we had been picked up from the airport, driven to Flamenco campers’ home-base and given clear and kind instructions and advise by Gonzalo. After two nights near Malaga, we made a road-trip following the coast to Tarifa and stayed near Cadiz for another two nights. All in good comfort of the camper-van, which drives easy and pleasently, just like any ‘normal’ car. Or perhaps even better…
Next stop was gorcious Seville. We stayed at the ‘Area Caravana’, west of the town-center. Ideal for visiting Seville’s high-lights, 20 minutes by bus. But not very charming to stay, located on an industrial-estate. Our next camp-site near Olvera was just superb. State-of-the-art facalities, nice restaurant, cool swimming-pool and stunning views from almost all of te pitches. Very suitable for exploring beautiful nature close-by as well. And Olvera is a quiet charming town just 3km from the site.
Last part of our trip we visited Ronda. Again we enjoyed the ease of driving in the modestly-sized van, straight into the town centers’ underground-parking! Shortly after we were admiring the gourcious gorge, deviding the town if it wasen’t for the impressive antique bridge. A must-see, although crowded with lots of tourists. After a final night near Malaga, we went back to Flamenco and we were transferred promptly and nicely to the airport.