New motorhome stopover, Campo de Criptana (Ciudad Real), Spain

 Campo de Criptana is already part of the network of motorhome stopovers in Spain

Photo: latribunadeciudadreal.es

The site has essential services for motorhomes: drinking water, gray water and chemical toilet discharge.
It is located very close to the centre. It has good facilities for shopping and catering in general.
The stopover is within the project of the Provincial Council, since it already has a good number of stopovers opened and whose number is up to 20 sites.

Campo de Criptana is a municipality belonging to the province of Ciudad Real, in the autonomous community of Castilla-La Mancha.

In the town there is a large sample of the typical mills that Don Quixote fought against in Chapter VIII of Cervantes's universal book, thus becoming a hallmark of La Mancha. Of a total of ten mills, three date from the 16th century: Molino Burleta, Molino Infanto and Molino Sardinero. (Molino in Spanish, mill).

It is the birthplace of the Spanish actress and singer Sara Montiel (1928-2013).

Campo de Criptana, population: 13.300 inhabitants, aprox.
Location: Calle Colón, nº 85, 13610 Campo de Criptana, Ciudad Real, Spain
GPS coordinates: 39.397680, -3.130306 / N 39°23'51.7"  W3°07'49.1"

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