I had an expectional experience with Miriam and Aless!
We communicated frequently prior to arrival and they suggested a nice parking spot for the first night which ended up being my favorite spot! I even altered my itinerary to return there on the last night. I arrived 40 minutes later than planned but they patiently waited and, remembering that I was vegan, Miriam greeted me with a delightful local fruit basket from Herta Tropical which introduced me to a variety of fruits I had never tasted. The basket lasted my entire trip even though I ate from it daily! What a treat!
The van is in great condition for the age. No issues with the engine, and a comfortable cab with a cellphone mount for navigation, usb chargers and a map of Spain. Blackout curtains are included for the cab which help control temperature and light. A leasure battery allows you to run the fridge or lights when the van is not on, the battery is charged when you drive. I did not run the fridge and was not in the van too much but in four days I never heard the inverter beep signifying the battery was low (I did a fair bit of driving). There is a shore power cord and battery operated fairy lights to ensure you won't end up in the dark.
The bed was comfortable and cozy and I did not get cold on the February nights, despite not having a lesuire heater. I brought a hotwater bottle but did not use it. The van has running water, fridge and a stove, along with all cutlery, plates, serving utinsils, spices and staples like coffee, oatmeal and the ever important reqional requirement, olive oil!
Towells, a mirror, hairdryer, chemical toilet and the ability to take an outdoor shower allowed me everything I needed in the bathroom. An outdoor table, chairs and cooler were provided as well. Not one time during my stay did I feel like I was missing something that had not been thought of.
All of this aside the van is just really cute! The conversion has been done to a high standard and it is decorated in a surfer/beach vibe. I found the van a pleasure to return to each day.
I used park4night to find parking in both Granada and Seville but if I were to visit again I would choose to stay away from the cities (stealth camping) and either wild camp or camp with other RVs in order to take full advantage of the campervan's ammenities!
There was a convenient car wash across from the Motril bus station that was opened on Sunday afternoon and allowed me to clean up the van before returning it.
In the end I would highly recommend this van (and it's owners!) to anyone looking to visit the area! I will try to add some photos at a later date.