Portes Beach Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Kids pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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We decide to move on from our near perfect site and drive to the second teat, Sithonia peninsular. It was not a big drive and to our delight we found another free camping area right on the beach. Just 5km prior was a large sign in English (and probably others languages too) saying freedom camping is strictly prohibited. This area is a large farm or olive plantation. We find out that this week is ...
We decided to drive to the end of the Peninsular and see if we could find another camp. It was only about 30km so we were able to set off with and expectation of something that might suit without too much of a challenge. We drove in to a site that was a deserted 1970's hotel complex however the beach was cluttered with people looking very much like a penguin colony.
We got back on the ...
... We had joined from a side road around the coast so had little value from our €6 toll. In no time we were up for another toll of a similar amount. Campers are charged on height, so we are charged at the rate of a medium sized truck. It was still worth the experience, as the secondary roads would have taken for ever. The motorway was largely ...
It's very wet today, but, we do the washing as there us an undercover area to hang it, we potter for a while and then drive to the retail park again, to buy some more components for the electric hook up. Then on to the car accessories shop. As we pulled in someone came out with a camera and took photos of Dream Catcher. Maintenance needs a ...
Les asked at the camper shop about getting the oil and filter changed and also topping up on anti freeze, they directed us next door to the petrol station. We walked next door and the lady in the shop said to drive around the back and they would do it now. We walked back and took Dream Catcher round. A chap (whom I'm sure was wearing his wife's readers) directed us over the inspection pit and drained the oil, ...