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This was a true highlight of an extensive five week tour of Spain and Portugal in our VW California camper van.The most tranquil setting imaginable in a stunning location, good facilities and those stunning mountains as a backdrop.There’s a dinky little bar on the site, a sort of mountain refuge hut-cum-wine bar, but if you fancy something posher then head down to Pola and enjoy an evening in the restaurant at the Hotel Castillo del Alba (0034 985 763 996), where the food is excellent.For fresh food supplies, there’s always Guillermo’s Supermercado in the village. From the A8 coastal road, take the A16 from Riberas and follow the signs for Belmonte on the AS227 and on to Pola de Somiedo.Sometimes it’s just a slip of pebbledash, but occasionally you’ll find a chunk the size of a half-decent watermelon sitting in the middle of the road.Luckily you leave the rocks far behind when you arrive at the site, high up in the unspoilt village of Lago.
The locals are enthusiastic bee-keepers, so there are plenty of stripy stingers swigging nectar from the flowers and bumbling around drunkenly looking for a dust-up. Elsewhere, there’s a bar, supermarket, launderette, BBQ, children’s playground, pétanque, bowling, mini golf and a 'mini-farm' with domestic animals and a quaint old water mill.
If you do the journey by car you’ll be clutching for first gear on a couple of the hairpins.
The winding roads cling to the sides of these deep limestone valleys and the resulting rock crumble means you’ll have to keep an eye out for rock falls.
Stock up beforehand though as the food options are rather limited although a bread van drops in daily with various treats. I'm not sure about the wolves and bears but this camping is everything it says on the box.
Amazing campsite - beautiful mountains, spacious field in which to pitch tent, really friendly owners, walks straight from the site, spring to fill your water bottles up, friendly dogs, horses, wooden play area. It's a serious journey to get there from the coastal ports, Santander and Bilbao, but actually surprisingly easy from Spain's interior - I had an easy, and spectacular, motorcycle ride for Sunday lunch with friends in the city of León - but having said that the last few kilometres are not for the faint hearted!It’s a fairly compact campsite by the side of a small stream which runs down from a nearby lake.