Join Date: Feb 2006
Location: Mid Norfolk
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SORRY: no info on campsites.
However, when we lived in Marbella we visit Gib 3 times, or more accurately, twice, as our friends didn't realise they needed their passport to get in (and out) of the place [be warned!].
Admittedly, we went by car and had no problems: fuel was cheap and Morrison's was able to supply a range of British "treats" at approx 25% more than the UK price.
We totally ignore British pubs and the central carpark was a rip-off, but the drive down the west side passed interesting beaches BUT I think the tunnels on that road would exclude a MH.
There is a good carpark at the southern tip, near a mosque, with views to Morocco and close by a shipwreck. [From memory, there might be a "pillar of Hercules" but I'm on limited internet in the Outer Hebridies, so can't check.] I think MHs can get there by driving down the east side of the rock.
We also took a taxi ride to see the sights: £80 for 4 of us in 2009, including all the admission tickets. As stated earlier, the roads are narrow and our driver had no qualms about knocking parked cars out of his way: be warned!
Whatever people may say, it is a long way to travel to the south of Spain and you ought to experience everything on offer: enjoy!