Bonny Benamahoma

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Date of Stay June 2013: This really is a beautiful spot.  The campsite is located nearby and is a walk into a village serving some of the best food of our holiday.   For a main course, have the locally raised and caught trout (you can see and hear the water from the local trout farm whilst you eat).  For ‘afters’ without doubt you need to have the Pijamas (looks like Pyjamas but is pronounced as Piharmas) which is an assortment of puddings big enough for two but can be tackled by one greedy person for sure!

The site itself provided electric, easy access to water and the most interesting fauna we had come across on the trip by way of an Andalusian Funnel Web spider  (see the photo below the map)– I am talking small mouse size without the cute looks!  Made me scream like a girl.  I wasn’t aware that they had that kind of poisonous spider in Spain.  Related to the Australian Funnel web but you will be pleased to learn nowhere near as deadly.  Once again, so as not to give away the Andalusia Detours itinerary you will need to seek out the campsite for yourself.  It is alongside fast flowing water twoards the trout farm which provides a very soothing background noise night and day.  There is a swimming pool and he facilities seem pretty good overall.  Quite a few Spanish kids on school trips from what i can gather but worse a stop for the Pyjamas alone!
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By the way - you can't kill it - it's a protected species!

By the way – you can’t kill it – it’s a protected species!


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