Hook ups in lagos
The result is a carefully preserved wilderness that is ideal for wildlife; and just perfect, too, for wandering the brañas – high-mountain meadows – with only a Gandalf staff and a half-eaten pack of biscuits to sustain you.Camping Lagos de Somiedo is up such steep and twisty roads that not that many campers (and even fewer caravanners) make it up here.
Everywhere with a bit of spare countryside seems to claim that it’s one of Europe’s last pristine wilderness. Mind you, they’re only little, even on their hind legs, so they’re nothing to worry about. These furry friends have stuck around in these mountains because there’s honestly very little to vex them here.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.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.