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Authorised motorhome service point and night stop
|Casares, Málaga, Andalucia, Spain, 29690|
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Open from 1 Jan to 31 Dec
|Next to tourist office|
1.5km from village
Road has been completely resurfaced so previous reviews regarding state of road can now be ignored. Lovely smooth tarmac now. Very recently done as lines not yet painted on! Oct 2017
376m above sea level
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Lovely FREE Aire near Caseres. Nothing wrong with the A-377 approach road. Loads of vultures to see. The walk to town is steep in places, but doable if you are reasonably fit. The longer route via the road is a little easier. Free water and black waste dump. Very quiet.View all reviews by izzy
Lovely aire with beautifull views across valley to a classic white hill top village. Vultures (Griffin ?) perched and flying. Short walk to viewpoint behind tourist info. office is a must. Long STEEP walk to Casares for the fit. The dirt track has now been concreted which helps a bit. Please don't forget if you do make it to town and have stayed overnight to buy something !!.View all reviews by pzboy
what a fabulous site, not very big but such a view. counted 28 vultures sat below in the field. from viewing platform they fly below you. cant recommend thisvpkace enoughView all reviews by jacquiphillip
A lovely little aire on a hilltop overlooking the pretty Pueblo Blanco of Casares. All services on site are free and there is a TO (Closed) next door. Walk up the stairs to a viewpoint over the town and surrounding countryside. The town looked very nice when we drove through with lots of cafes etc but we didn't have time to visit. You can walk down a dirt track or along a walkway that follows the road but it would be hard going as its quite steep. There is also a play area/gym on siteView all reviews by samwillis17
Just spent two nights here. The CP holds 10+ MH's, only three during our stay. If you walk down along the gravel track past the tourist office and toilet dump, it leads to the town, or you can walk along the road which is a bit further. The walk is strenuous though!! Beautiful location, fantastic views everywhere. Well worth a visit.View all reviews by pantingdogs
Slightly sloping car park, adjacent TO, very helpful lady. Definitely a three Weetabix walk to town either via pavement or dirt track. Very windy day for us but sunny. Lots of renovation work going on - new windows in the houses. Saw lots of vultures and a hawk from viewpoint behind Blas Infante building. Quiet compared to Ronda.View all reviews by marzipan
The road from the A377 from the AP7 toll road above Manilva is in shocking condition. It seems the Junta de Andalucia have found the funds to erect a sign saying "La caraterra esta en mal estado!"......I can't comment on the condition of the other road which approaches from the far side of the village, but reports suggest it is a better option. However the town is definitely worth a visit but put on your walking boots. Picturesque Andalusian hill town with centuries of history. Watching the colony of griffin vultures soaring overhead over the cliffs is a joy. An earlier comment mentioned no threads on the push button water tap visible when you enter the aire - but there is a threaded lever tap with potable water at the rear of the building towards the black water dump manhole. Suitable for larger units. Free to stay, free services and free Wi-Fi. All in all an excellent visit.View all reviews by goingnomad
Aire can fit around 8 motorhomes, sloping concrete surface so you do need levellers, potable water near office, together with grey and black disposal down a manhole cover. Wifi is fast but you need to be near the office. Shorter walk to town along a track, but be prepared it is a hill town, over three days my iPhone app clocked up I had climbed the equivalent of 130 staircases! Beautiful little town great to explore.View all reviews by arvey
Very friendly and helpful lady in tourist office. You need to be reasonably fit to walk or cycle anywhere from here and parking in town is a no for Moho. That said very picturesque with ancient castles,bridges and a quaint town. The road is the worst I've driven on getting here from sea N-7. So nice and steady, but well worth a visit if your passing nearby. Ps it's freeView all reviews by cornishcamper42
Excellent location for visiting historic village. Excellent pathway from Aire to village.View all reviews by macandsarah
Very open when weather inclement.
WC disposal under small metal cover to rear of tourist office (on small track).
Two roads lead to Caesarea. The A377 (through Manliva) which although spectacular views, the road surface is uneven, potholed and makes for an unpleasant drive.
The MA8300 is a far better road and leads to the Aire after traveling round the outside of the village.
A good vantage point almost level overlooking the lovely hill town. Poor but drivable road surface from Manilva very uneven in places. The other one sounds better Tourist office shut over Christmas period but phone number available to obtain wifi code. There is another site at the other end of the town we have been told but no clear sigh posting. Enven on a coldish late December day with 30kph winds this is great. About a mile to walk along pavement to town. At leas 2 small supermarkets, dentist, chemist and several cafes and bars. Water and dump behind. No screw option on the tap though so a 9 for that.View all reviews by lindanewcombe