More from our stay at Camping Ria Formosa located just outside Cabanas de Tavira.
We stayed here for 32 nights during October/November 2014.
This is one of 4 blog posts from our stay here which gave us some time to consider various ways of living this winter escape to the sun lifestyle.
The 4 blogs are:
1. A brief view of Camping Ria Formosa and Static options
2. A brief view of Solo MoHo’s
3. A brief view of Moho+Toad – Caravan/Tow Vehicle
4. A brief view of Bricks & Mortar options
These are pictures of solo MoHo’s taken during our stay at this camping.
Concorde Charisma – one location winter stay, renting a car – saw car rentals from Faro @ €130 for 2 weeks – car can be delivered/collected to/from the camping site – Car rental from the camping office contact was €130 a week – cheaper deals a la Espana may exist (end-of-line rental cars @€4/day)
Shorter MoHo but no dog solution, cycles + moped/scooter and this is the best set-up if you don’t need to haul dogs around – internal layout can work without 2 separate living spaces depending on a number of other factors e.g. a couple that go to bed at the same time, rise at the same time – we don’t! Quick erect outdoor day tent could help as the weather is mostly OK for that, fleeces on at times though!
AutoTrail made a lot of these Merc based MoHo’s back in the day, quite a few still around from £5K-£10K
Note to self – get our outdoor kit sorted out!
Big garage, outdoor sorted, add a toad and Twernt’s days are numbered!
Another neat set-up
A new-ish Hobby, travel hassle-free but enough internal space?
Wow, somebody has good taste!
Neat but needs a toad (for us)
These AutoTrail’s are popular!
Here’s another man with good taste – Graham Ford with his AutoTrail Comanche. Graham & his wife, Diane, are spending their 2nd winter here at Camping Ria Formosa. Diane declined to be in the picture a she was still in her jammies, and often is whilst mooching in and around their MoHo until late morning – Can’t do that in England at this time of year!
The ‘travelling’ home of a couple that have a mobile home on this site
This ‘All-in-one’ solution has great appeal but is it really an ‘All-in-a-half’ solution? Maybe not.