We stayed in a cross between a campsite and a petrol station overnight halfway between Zaragoza and Figueres in a little town called Ponts. The campervan area was a secured gated area with fresh water and a waste point next to the forecourt of a Repsol garage, however it felt secure even though we were the only people staying and was pretty quiet after all the traffic coming back from skiing in Andorra had passed. We explored the town in the evening and found a geocache on the edge of town before retiring to the van.
In the morning we emptied the waste water tank and refilled fresh water and also took the chance to jetwash the van down as it was still very salty from the ferry crossing and we had collected a few flies over the past few hundred kilometres! #vanlife isn’t all glamour!
We arrived in Figueres with enough time for a stroll into the town centre to get our bearings and to sample some more tapas. The bar had self-service tapas where they counted the toothpicks at the end to calculate the bill. It was a bit late for Spanish lunch and too early for Spanish dinner so we had the place to ourselves.
We also picked up these pastries from a bakery on our stroll.