wild camping west of Mazarron, Spain

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  1. MikeD

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    Another site for the wild campers among us.

    Just west of Mazarron - follow the road along the beach - it turns into a gravel track after a while and its the second bay along :thumb:
     
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    Looks great - often used by naturists, I believe. :thumb:

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    Where did you take the photo from Mike, at sea?

    Have you stayed there and how was it getting out? looks like one point that would challenge FWD's climbing on a loose surface.

    Great photo, thanks
     
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    It looks a little like the sand cliffs at Bolneuvo. We have been along the gravel track on our bikes but it must have been widened out quite a bit to get your camper down it, or is there another way to access it further down the main road. GPS would be a help!
     
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    thats the place . lots were getting moved off by the guardia last year. some of the places furter west are now fenced off . the guardia were hassling all the way along that track right past cal negro . think its days are numbered .
    shame really . percheles was a great place . seen quite a few there over the years . at cal negro there is a kind of an aire set up and it seems he is getting the police to move every one .
     
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    I was on the push bike and took it at the hilly bit at the end of bolneuvo beach:thumb:

    There were three vans there
     
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    From the map on the corner this one should be for textile wearers :thumb:
     
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    Thats correct :thumb:

    I did not speak with them so unsure how they got there but the road looked wide enough for a reasonable size motorhome
     
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    If you drive through Bolneuvo with the hobos on your right carry on up the hill till you get to the little roundabout at the top, then take the dirt road down along the coast you can follow it all the way to Percheles as long as there has been no rain in recent days. If there has been rain in the last week, you wont make it as there are streams that run into the sea. Not for the faint hearted or larger motorhome. I spent several winters down there on those beaches and although never got stuck myself, have seen a few come to grief. If the weather has been wet it better to come in from the Playa Percheles end.
     
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    Great area for bike riding. When we were there a couple of years ago there must have been thirty to forty vans wilding along there.
     
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