Camping Bellavista Manilva

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  1. Dai Motorhome

    Dai Motorhome Read Only Funster

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    Anyone know what the transport services are like here if you don't have a car? Any public transport etc' ?
    Cheers
    Dai :Smile:
     
  2. TM59

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    Bus stops within easy walking distance from the site. You can travel to Marbella or beyond one way and Gibralter the other way.

    This is a great site in a great location.

    Trevor
     
  3. tonka

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    As above...
    You have bus stops nearby, can go down to LaLinea for €4 and walk into Gibraltar or Estapona for under €2... There is a local minibus as well that travels a circular route and goes up to Manilva...

    Local car hire in the Port area does deals, many who stayed at the recent rally there had one on hire....:thumb:
     
  4. JonMac46

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    The car hire is Bruno's www.brunoscar.com

    Very reasonable. We visited the pueblo blancos.
     
  5. Dai Motorhome

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    Thanks, looks like that's where we'll head for October!!:Smile:
     
  6. HymerB544

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    Bella vista

    We stayed there on the way back from Morocco in October 2012 and the site was superb. Never seen better facilities and right next to the sea, with some nice restaurants just a few yards up the coastal walkway. The only downside to the area and one hitch would put us off a longer stay was the marina/square just a few hundred yards up the coast which was full of "English" pubs and bars, which in turn were full of Brits Abroad. But you don't have to join a them. ::bigsmile:
     
  7. JonMac46

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    There is a Mexican restaurant, which is good, the best Indian we have had outside of India, and on the East side, a superb Chinese restaurant. Stay away from the Brit stuff. BTW, Marlows Fish and Chips at the Ersoski centre is very good, as is the Japanese.
     
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