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Area Autocaravanas Frias
Authorised motorhome service point and night stop
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Open from Jan to Dec
535m above sea level
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Basic services. One tap for water and toilet cassettes. Interesting town, upView all reviews by slowly
steep cobbled streets. Worth a visit.
Walked to Tobera waterfalls in a picturesque village.
Beautiful medieval town. Well worth a visit, but you need to be fit to contend with the steep cobbled roadways. Aire in great location 2 mins out of town. Room for 30 vans of all sizes. We paid for 2 night stay. Not many others seem to pay, especially Spanish who had outdoor showers and hung washing out too. Good water facilities.View all reviews by gonzoonthego
Take a 30 minute walk to Tobera and see beautiful waterfalls on trail round pretty little village. Perfect stopover.
Single traveller - LDV ConvoyView all reviews by y8c51
I visited but didn't stay over. I parked in the free parking for the few hours I was there. I was the only vehicle there. What can I say about the village. Absolutely beautiful. I walked to the top to the Medieval Castle, the views we amazing. Stopped for a coffee and Tapas. Mooched around for a little bit. I would recommend a visit.
If u turn left immediately after crossing the bridge there is free parking alongside river. Follow road and walk up to village, which is indeed, fantastico!View all reviews by southbourne
Rightly called one of the prettiest villages in Spain.View all reviews by rabbitboy
The aire is at the base of the village, you have to climb to the tourist information office at the top by the castle. The roads are steep & cobbled, but take your time & it's ok.
There are a few tourist shops & some bars, the staff are very friendly.
A lovely village to explore, recommended.
Had the place to ourselves tonight. 6euros per night. You have to walk up the hill to the castle to find the information office which is open 10-2 and 4-6pm. Couple of bars. Bread shop on the road just below the castle. Very windy road to drive to the aire. Worth it thoughView all reviews by jaks800
It was €6 for upto 72hr and fantastic city smallest in spain. Free water and grey black desposal. Festival night so great time. Castle €2 to get in.View all reviews by johnrey