Passing through Estepona, Marbella, Fuengirola just a short visit, then Malaga Carnival for the night.
When we got back to our van it was blocked in by another van, they said we’ll move it in the morning. I said no way! move it now, please. I don’t like being blocked in so they move it. There was plenty of space they just wanted to park next to a friend. I was not very popular. Am I Bovvered. 🤣🤮
Castell De Ferro. A little gem on the Mediterranean sea, costa Tropical of Granada, surrounded by mountains of Sierra Nevada. Castell De Ferro is a small town with a beautiful pebble beach and probably the warmest microclimate in Spain hence the name Tropical. With a population of only 2900 it’s a quiet place, farming being it’s the main industry, along with tourism, but not many foreign tourists come here mostly Spanish. Crops grown here are cucumbers, peppers, avocados zucchini, grown under plastic greenhouses, intensive farming. Suppling most of northern Europe with fruit and vegetables. We’ve been here before and love it, so we’re staying for a month. Lots of villages to explore on the coast and up in to the mountains. So we’ll be out on our bicycles maybe taking the van out for couple of days, hire a car or public transport. But for first few days we’re going to relax.
We have stayed here before it’s a lovely site with all facilities, 10 euros a night for a long stay.
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