Around and about Zahora

Camping Pinar San Jose

We really love this place, so much so that we have decided to stay here for a couple of weeks.  As we are here for a longer time I have decided to put up the awning and give us a bit more space.

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Our new extension 

This is a great place to use as a base and  to travel out and explore the surrounding area.

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Bolonia

We had a cultural day out to Bolonia to see the the roman ruins of Baelo Claudia.  We saw the remains of the forum, the temple,

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the fish salting factory, and port.

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A lovely place to visit, but maybe not on a Saturday  afternoon, it was a little bit difficult finding somewhere to park when trying to find a place for lunch.

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A view of the site, not a bad place to live !

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This is the lighthouse at Cape Trafalgar, which is just a brisk walk along the beach from our campsite, it was great to see the sun set in this stunning place.

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This is the path to the beach at Barbate, which is the next big town south of Zahora.  This is a town that is definitely not a resort, it is a working town that just happens to have  a lovely beach, and it is great to see a normal Spanish seaside town and not a place set up for tourists !

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It’s a small world, I bumped into an old friend from the Hampshire club, Gary Stubbington.  He and his wife Barbara have bought a house a short distance away from our campsite, and they invited us to a BBQ where……..

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Jane turned out to be the star of the show, by getting up and singing with some of our fellow campers!

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1 Response to Around and about Zahora

  1. poddys says:

    Looks like home from home. I know what you mean about a town with a lovely beach that hasn’t been spoiled by being built up for tourists. Fewer of those left every year unfortunately.

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