Last week we spent 5 days touring this little known region of Spain, at the point where Murcia, Castille-la Mancha and Andalucia all meet. The scenery is stunning, lakes, mountains, waterfalls and thousands of butterflys. The roads are good, although narrow, great care needed driving through Quesada on the A315. Feedback on the campsites we stayed at as follows:- Rio Mundo - Mesones (ASCI no. 2408), very good for 18 euros, easy to find and helpful man on reception. Be sure to visit the waterfall at Nacimiento del Rio Mundo. Camping Garrote Gordo - near La Toba, AVOID. Cost 24.44, very poor facilities once we managed to find it. They only turned the wifi on when we bought a drink and turned it off again once we finished. Camping de las Herrerias - near Burunchel, large centre with all facilities, cost 20.40 euros, wifi was extra. ASCI standard but not in scheme. Sierra Maria - Maria (ASCI no. 2435) very good value for 16 euros but no wifi. Someone asked where all the Funsters are when they are on the road, well on our travels we only saw 3 motorhomes in the first 4 days, 2 Spanish and 1 German. Last day, Friday, returning to Castalla using the A7 we saw 6 including 1 other Brit!! If anyone would like any details of route, places etc then send us a PM.