We all moan in the UK about not being able to park anywhere when out and about in the motorhome. :Sad: And anyone that travels in France Germany Spain Portugal in their motorhome know that its never a problem, you can park anywhere and makes life so much easier, they provide aires etc and say welcome to our village / town / city, and make you feel welcome. But looking at all the motorhome parking places opening up in Portugal such as Pedro's its looking like ' so called wild camping ' will be stopped in time. But how do you stop them, here in Javea they have always been good, come round and you must leave the following day, they went off and came back after a couple of days .oh: So they fenced off the waste ground they all parked on, but they then moved on to a parking area for some apartments, so they came and moved them on. They have now moved onto another piece of waste ground ( well we call it waste ground but all land belongs to someone ) they even have a fifthwheel trailer dropped on there with its slides out legs down and no truck to be seen, so more than just parked, and has to called camping . Are these people going to spoil it for everyone, is it going to end up like the UK, go out in the camper and not be able to park anywhere, :Wink: which concerns us because its our only vehicle. :Eek!: If like us they only parked for one night, then moved on they would not have a problem, but some don't seem to understand when they are not wanted, until its too late. In Germany we know a Stellplatz ( just like Aires in France ) where some parked on this piece of ground next to it to save paying, so they just put a sign up there too. I think if they did it Spain, they would rip it down or just park somewhere else, so what would you do to stop them, because I think its costing more trying to stop them, than they spend while they are here. oh: After all Spain is full of people paying to camp, that dine out and spend money in the bars. :Laughing: What's your view on it, because I think that motorhomes are for touring, and that becomes difficult when you have a job stopping anywhere. Bob.