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Spanish Site in a flat (ish) area?
15-01-20, 04:30 PM
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Spanish Site in a flat (ish) area?
We are staying on a lovely site near Pinoso. We really can't fault it. The trouble is, although it is flat it is surrounded by hills! We love to walk the dog for miles but husband has bad heart and lungs and cannot do hills now. Any suggestions welcome Smile
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15-01-20, 09:44 PM
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RE: Spanish Site in a flat (ish) area?
The area around La Munga is flat but the campsite is such that we call it La Manky. I am not sure if there any free pitches now as I heard via Chinese whispers that the site is now full. Try google street amps and street view. Hoping this helps. Bob
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patp (17-01-20)
16-01-20, 08:53 AM
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RE: Spanish Site in a flat (ish) area?
Regarding La Munga............or should that be La Manga05, the couple on pitch at the side of us have just come from there in thier RV. They, and apparantly a lot of other people, are getting very fed up about the state of the place and lack of effort being put in to clear up after the Gotta Fria which was some months ago now.
I can't back this up, just passing info on from someone who's seen it. 21:

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patp (17-01-20)
25-01-20, 10:01 PM
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RE: Spanish Site in a flat (ish) area?
Try Marjal Costa Blanca in Catral in Murcia. Fantastic site, well kept facilities and plenty of free activities. Taken over by a new Company this year so you may see it called Alannia Costa Blanca. This years rally is full (unless you want a short stay) but there are plenty of pitches you can book direct with the campsite. Although there are mountains nearby, there are are many miles of flat walking and cycling to be had. and a local nature reserve. There are regular dig walks organised by the Rally stewards.
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patp (26-01-20)
26-01-20, 05:40 PM
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RE: Spanish Site in a flat (ish) area?
(25-01-20 10:01 PM)allenms Wrote:  Try Marjal Costa Blanca in Catral in Murcia. Fantastic site, well kept facilities and plenty of free activities. Taken over by a new Company this year so you may see it called Alannia Costa Blanca. This years rally is full (unless you want a short stay) but there are plenty of pitches you can book direct with the campsite. Although there are mountains nearby, there are are many miles of flat walking and cycling to be had. and a local nature reserve. There are regular dig walks organised by the Rally stewards.
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Thanks Mike. It looks like a nice site. A bit busier than we would normally choose. The AP7 road seems to run quite close. Does it cause any noise polution?
Who runs the rally? Is it Camping and Caravan Club? We are thinking about next year.
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19-03-20, 07:40 PM
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RE: Spanish Site in a flat (ish) area?
Thanks Mike. It looks like a nice site. A bit busier than we would normally choose. The AP7 road seems to run quite close. Does it cause any noise polution?
Who runs the rally? Is it Camping and Caravan Club? We are thinking about next year.

Sorry about the delay replying Pat, back home now and just seen your post working through the backlog!
It is an enormous site and not for everyone - depends on your priorities. The rally is run by the Camping and Caravanning Club usually from end Octoberish to mid Aprilish. The pitches for the Rally are at the top end of the site so it almost feels like its own site. They also have double, drive-through pitches so no issues for accessing with a big rig.
The AP7 is close and you can certainly hear it. Tends to be tyre noise mostly and most people do not find it obtrusive. In fact it is one of those background noises that you just stop hearing. The site has built a berm the full length of the site between the pitches and the motorway which helps.
This is the third time I have been and now, I wouldn't go anywhere else. However, preferences vary widely from one person to another (like choice of rigs and pickups) for example you wouldn't catch me dead at La Manga!
If you need any more info, don't hesitate to ask.
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