Camping Resort Almafra
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCamping Resort Almafra Benidorm
good place to stop heading south, lots of little willages to visit. the site has excellent facilities and first class leisure centre with heated pool, entertainment good and price is good on food and drink
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Arrived safe and sound after what has been the shortest road move so far, we only travelled 60 miles up the coast. After some good advice from a guy on the last site we found this one without any problems and are now set up on a good sized pitch. We did the Pie and Chips meal in the restaurant last night, absolutely cracking food with a beer for …
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... drank! Tomorrow Dany is making fish paella for a family gathering. Dany and Maria both return to work next week. We'll consolidate our belongings on Monday and pack lighter for the next three weeks. We head back to Barcelona on Tuesday. We'll return to Alicante to pick up our back packs prior to heading north to the Camino de Santiago. Thank you Dany, Maria, Jorge, Marina and Ines for making us part of your family this week. We love your kind hearts and your passion for ...
... out for delicious tapas. After that, siesta! Early in the evening, Maria's family came for a visit and Danny made frozen lemonade from their latest crop of lemons. First came her cousin's family, next her brother's family, then her mother, father and aunt. Eventually another niece from England showed up and the evening dissolved into bilingual chatter ...
... fill up with fuel and encounter an old 'Englishman abroad' in his string vest and battered car, buying ice. He owns two bars in town and is off to the lido for the afternoon! We stop for a break outside Alicante, again a massive fruit growing area, miles and miles of fruit of every sort, the real garden of Spain. We decide to drive round Benidorm... didn't really fancy the high-rise horror! We drive on to the ...