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We headed south once again into the Cataluña province of Spain. However at this time of year this province has limited campgrounds open unlike the rest of Spain. This meant we had to travel just under 200 miles to a campground south of Barcelona.

We journey to the campground through the small town of L'Hospitalet de l'Infant was not a problem. However when we got to the campground we questioned for a start whether we could get through the entrance gate as it was quite narrow and then getting to the pitches due to low hanging trees.

We did get through the gate with inches to spare on either side and then carefully weaved our way to a pitch not far from the entrance. There was plenty of space and places we could have parked further in the campground but low branches on trees by the road prevented us going any further.

Once we set up our pitch was fine. We had views along the beach which were great.



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