Whats not to miss?

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  1. Geegee

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    Hullo peeps, I've got a month driving north through Spain. What shouldn't I miss? Mountains, lakes, forests and unspoiled beaches are my thing. I remember once seeing a photo of a inland beach and bay somewhere where the sea came in through a hole in the cliff. Loved the Pico's de Europa on my way down, so a return visit is a must. Whats your recommendations?
     
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    Vulture Rock in Montfrague National Park - Gordon
     
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    Thanks, looks nice. The inland beach is Playa de Gulpiyuri. I knew I wasn't dreaming. The plan is a month for Spain a month for France, winding my way back so no great hurry. I prefer to wildcamp or use aires with a campsite every few days for showers and things so am looking for overnight stops also.
     
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    The site at Monfrague (see ACSI) is good, and as you asked on another thread, is actually owned by the "council" but run by a local family.
     
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    Weather permitting Aiguestortes and Ordessa (both National Parks) in the Pyrenees are worth a visit. Aiguestortes has lakes and mountains. You can't drive right into the park but you can take a landrover trip or walk or cycle from nearby villages.
     
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