Well what a pleasant night. We did not get a knock on the door but we did put everything away and have the seats set for a quick exit just in case. Think we will have a wander today and may stop another night.
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Only just seen this, Google MINISTERIO DEL INTERIOR Instruccion 08/V-74 de la GT Autocaravanas. Print out a copy of the pdf form, it will be in Spanish.
Search round the motorhome forums, there is an English translation. Print that out, highlight the relevant bits on the Spanish copy & show that to the old bill if they try to move you on.
It's worked with me on a few occasions.
Damn. Spoilsports. Sign for NO Motorhomes back up on lamppost near petrol station.
Not a soul here ...
their loss I always call at Lidl here !
And as it gets nearer to summer my son said more signs near beaches will be going up one tip i will give you is dont argue with the police here the fine will go up, these signs are legel by the way that,s why many Spanish friends are changing vans and not doing the requirements needed to change into a motorhome so at the moment we can still park in the beach carparks but some of the new signs have no overnight Parking thats what you must look out for.
I understood that federal directive had a clsuse stating that local authorities could direct otherwise
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I have just ask my son about these signs he said if they are put up by the order of the comunity town hall they are legal and do not need a number with them the Spanish Government allowes each coumunity to put signs like they are putting up now, on many beaches
We are at CR San Juan de los Terreros Avenida Puerta.
To the right as you look at the sea signs are there saying no motor homes etc but on the left it appears to be fine. We've been here 1 night we will move tomorrow.
I'm amazed at the encampments. I know we are newbies to this but up at Calls Cerrada near Carolina there were about 60+ vans mostly UK plates had been there weeks. Police did a drive by but no numbers taken.
We like most here move on after a couple of days but down the coast at Cala Panzino there's a huge encampment of European friends at the village who have even reserved spaces with sand filled bottles. No wonder the locals aren't keen. Many look to have been there many weeks.
We will stick to staying on smaller park ups for a Day or two.
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