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Camping Cáceres (Cáceres Extremadura)

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I would like to share my experience about the city Caceres! I was at Salamanca and i decided to make an stop at Cáceres before to reach Portugal. First of all i discover an camping (Camping Cáceres) where each pitch have his own private bathroom with shower and toilet! Never had this before at any camping and it´s really comfortable! The people who work there are all lovely and helpfull. The reception gave me some advice about what to visit. One of those advice was Malpartida Cáceres. Malpartida de Cáceres was named European Stork village in 1997 by the International Organization for the protection of nature European Natural Heritage Fund (EURONATUR). Also there you can visit the museum Vostell with work of the artist Wolf Vostell, from the Fluxus movement. It´s only 12 km far from the camping and is a must have to visit! All the days of the year the camping is open. The area is really calm, lot of nature and peacefull. Yeah definilty i will come back again but this time i would like go in the spring time.
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Thanks for that Chantale and welcome to the forum. I'm just back from that area tho I didn't visit either Cáceres or Salamanca this visit - both well worth it!
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While in the area it is worth going to Monfrague National Park: we sat for ages watching the birds at "Vulture Rock" [Salto del Gitano] and by the bridge near Fuene Del Frances (easiest on the north side) - possible overnight?

67km from Cacares (Ex 390) but we stopped off in Trujillo (A58 Ex 20 - 96km.

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Hello and welcome to the forum.

Camping Caceres looks very nice. Are there many trees to shade the pitches? We like to visit Spain in the winter and shady pitches can be a problem for us.
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We loved Caceres.......both the campsite and the town.

Also, as said, Salamanca and Monfrague on the way down.................can't remember any particularly shady pitches and it's always going to be warmer than here
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Quote - and it's always going to be warmer than here -

We have lost count of the number of times we had to move on from a winter campsite in Spain and Portugal because the only pitches left were in complete shade. I remember, on one occasion, having to have the heating on during the day! We gave up in the end and wild camped for the majority of our stay.
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Hi Patp,

Yes there were several trees to shade the pitches, but also places without trees and without shade. Otherwise for sure you can question to the reception a placement without shade.
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