El Portus

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  1. hdvrod

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    Our home for next couple of months
     

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    Not being a seasoned continental traveller, where is El Portus?
     
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    About 5 miles south of Cartagena Spain.
     
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    We really like that area always stop for a few days and end up staying a few weeks :thumb:
    Enjoy
     
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    That's terrible. Dry. No swimming pool. No proper pitches. You'll not enjoy that.
     
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    See you there then?
     
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    Looks like little shade too not to mention the flys and insects. I would rather him than me. :Smile:
     
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    Its got 2 swimming pools,but the outdoor isn't open yet,the pitches are marked and large.:Smile:
     
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    shade not a problem and no wee beasties:thumb:
     
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    Is it compulsory to run around naked?:Doh:
     
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    Well running is never compulsory!

    Why on earth would you go there if you aren't naturists? It's usually only compulsory in certain areas, eg in and around the pool - but you have to have the appropriate INF membership/ID to gain entrance to such places in the first place. If people saw you all the while with clothes on - questions would very soon be asked and you'd probably be shown the gate.

    There more than enough textile campsites for you to visit although I don't know if there are any nearby as that's one we've never been to - yet!
     
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    The site by the way is far larger than just the bit you can see in the photo !
     
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    Looks brilliant, I hope you have a fantastic break, lots of wining, dining and relaxation :BigGrin: ,

    Ken :thumb: :drink::drink:
     
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    Well running is never compulsory!

    Why on earth would you go there if you aren't naturists? It's usually only compulsory in certain areas, eg in and around the pool - but you have to have the appropriate INF membership/ID to gain entrance to such places in the first place. If people saw you all the while with clothes on - questions would very soon be asked and you'd probably be shown the gate.

    There more than enough textile campsites for you to visit although I don't know if there are any nearby as that's one we've never been to - yet!

    :Doh: Yes I can read, but could not resist a chance to use a smiley
     
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    Take no notice of em they're just jealous cos they're stuck in miserable old rainy UK :Wink::Wink:
     
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    Is it a Naturist site?? BUSBY:BigGrin:
     
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    On this naturist site the rules are very relaxed,you don't need membership of any organisation.As to wearing clothes nobody bothers what you have on or not,but there would be no reason to visit,if you didn't enjoy naturism unless you were a voyeur or similar,there is also a misconception that if you are naturist then you must be into swinging etc.This is very much not the case.and all the naturists we visit are very child friendly and family orientated.I think many people wont try it because they are concerned about there appearance too fat too thin etc,but in reality nobody cares,our next door neighbours here at the moment are late seventies and eighty,well past their best,but still fit and active and nobody is bothered about how they look in fact probably about 60% of the people here are probably retired,so not many body beautifuls:Smile:
     

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