We are in Camping Las Lomas, a site about 15 km East of Granada, in the Sierra Nevada, at just over 1000 metres. It rained at our level last night (Jim will be pleased to hear), and we have snow not so far above our encampment today.
It is a quiet, friendly, site and we have had a couple of great meals in the campsite restaurant, shared with Mirveen and Bob who are a lovely couple we met in the Alhambra carpark. They are touring in a VW camper and like us are just beginning to turn their noses Northwards, so as to be back for Christmas.
Bob and Mirveen.
We also met a Bob and Maureen in the bar last night. They have been living in Spain for the last 7 years or so and we had an interesting chat about life as an expat.
This is the view from our pitch on the edge of the campsite.
We walked up above the village of Guejar Sierra yesterday. This is the start of the path…The Spring of 16 spouts..is my best guess translation. There were in fact 17 spouts (not all in picture), but mustn’t be too pernickety.
The campsite is about 300 feet above the rather empty looking reservoir.