Motorhoming in France … from Beaches to a little culture!

We nipped down on the bikes into the village of St Martin en Re, to have a look at the port at night time. I forgot my camera, I can’t believe it, the sunset was truly incredible. I’ve never experienced anything like it in my life and you’ll have to take my word for it. […]

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Day 39 & 40 Motorhoming in Spain … Motril to Cabopino

We’ve left Motril to move even closer to Malaga so we can go and meet up with our friends. As we left Motril, more arid countryside and then we noticed that slowly the landscapes were becoming greener. It was quite refreshing, there was a lot more houses and farms dotted around the countryside. Funnily enough […]

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Day 32 Motorhoming in Spain … La Marina (or Charlie’s Day Out!)

Today really has been Charlie’s day! We woke once again to beautiful, blue skies and now mid afternoon it’s tipping 28 degrees! This place is super for a holiday, I know, I know we set off on an adventure but we’ve seriously had to curtail any plans we had of exploring due to Charlie’s sudden […]

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Day 30 Motorhoming in Spain … Oliva Again!

Right, I have confession to make, the last two days have been a little tough! I know, I know, we have sunshine, beaches, the Med, no work, what more could we ask for? Well that’s just it, what more do we need? We sat down and had a talk, why weren’t we over the moon? […]

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Day 28 and 29 Motorhoming in Spain … L’hospitalier to Oliva via Peniscola

Oh well, what can I say, we’ve spent two days of rather (if I dare say it) boring driving. We’ve met other travellers who say, ‘Oh didn’t you know? That’s Spain for you!!!’ We seem to go from beautiful orange groves to mountains to built up coastlines and back to orange groves again. It’s strange […]

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Day 26 Motorhoming in Spain … Mataro to Creixell

So as I said earlier, we woke refreshed, the campsite was absolutely gorgeous, beautiful flowers in bloom, pristine showers and facilities. Charlie was as happy as a sand boy and so were we but we knew we had to move on.    We set off thinking, forget the small back roads today WE WILL, take […]

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