Moncofa, a coastal town without people
Trip Start Apr 01, 2012
130Trip End Oct 01, 2012
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Where we are now is a very odd place. Moncofa is a seaside town with more units and apartment that you can throw a stick at. All these have been mainly build with government money in the last ten years. Some great units to look at as well. The thing is that over 70% of them are empty and have been for a long time. Some of the streets we walked down looked great with all these apartment blocks , but there are no people around anywhere.A little eerie, and such a waste of good money
The caravan park we are staying in is fantastic, the facilities are just perfect and the sites are level and very clean. Wifi is free as well. All this for 14 euros per night. Such a pity that the town itself offers nothing to the tourists. Once again there are a lot of Dutch people here but most of them are here for an overnight stay and will be moving on in the morning, just like us.
We had a lovely conversation with the people parked next door to us, they have been coming to Spain for the last ten years and are very sad with all the changes. We are still enjoying the country very much and will be continuing our journey tomorrow. Inland this time to a town called Cuenca. See you there.