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Hi from a noobie 7 Years, 3 Months ago  
Hi all just come across the site so I've joined and thought I'd say Hi...At this moment in time myself and my partner Dawn are resident in Tenerife but we are just in the process of re-evaluating our options
We sold our motorhome earlier this year and moved to Tenerife..but to be honest we miss the open road and the touring so an early return to motorhoming is on the cards..I look forward to chatting to like minded people on here!!
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Re:Hi from a noobie 7 Years, 3 Months ago  
Hi Ray, welcome to what is fast becoming a useful site.

Glad to hear that you are deciding to return to motorhoming after settling on an island. We toyed with buying on Tenerife but opted for mainland Spain so that we could enjoy motorhoming for extended periods without the hassle of ferries etc, unfortunately I am still working but we did buy a van to get going with and spend every other weekend traveling around Germany.

Happy motorhome hunting!
Bob
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Re: Hi from a noobie 6 Years, 7 Months ago  
good morning noobie , help ? are there many camper vans on tenerife today & is wild camping still eccepted or are you restricted to the camp sites & how many sites are open in the winter with hook ups etc.. many thanks in anticepation...
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Re: Hi from a noobie 6 Years, 7 Months ago  
I presume there are quite a few as I believe there is a recent campsite that accepts motorhomes in between Los Christianos and the Southern Airport called Camping Nauta in Canada Blanca, Santa Cruz. It is only 2km from the beach and 2km to Los Cristianos, (pets are allowed) It is easily accessible for bigger vehicles too. It is surrounded by trees and other plant life and it is a beautiful situation if you like the outdoor way of living!. You can can fill your water tanks for about 5 Euro (Which is pretty reasonable when you consider that there is no natural standing water on the island and water is piped down from the more temperate north) . Telephone number: +34 922 785118 Fax Number: +34 922 795016 Address: Ctra. 6225, km.1,5 38627 CA√ĎADA BLANCA - ARONA
Some wild camping is done at the eastern edge of Los Christianos and most of the rest of the Island, worst case scenario is you get politely asked to move on in the morning. Wild camping should however mean thoughtful camping, without leaving a mess behind you. As far as I am aware wild camping is 'tolerated' on the other islands too, except for Grand Canaria where people I have heard from say that they had been moved on almost as soon as they stopped.

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Re: Hi from a noobie 6 Years, 7 Months ago  
hi from costa blanca,your reply was great ,just the news i hoped for,we are living on mainland after working on lanzarote for 12 years and enjoying being on the road again & plan 1 is to get some of your winter sun on our backs this year!!!!!many thanks for your advice & time cheers john b.
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