Self-drive is the best way to truly discover Spain especialy the region of Andalucia in all of its glory, with motorhome rental a recommended way to do this. Not only will a driving vacation allow visitors to explore the less visited areas of the country but it is also a great way to traverse the major islands. Roads here are in first-rate condition and there are more than enough camp grounds around to make the journey comfortable.
Filled with World Heritage sites, thriving cities, stunning coastlines and impressive architecture, Spain is one of Europe’s most visited countries. It is known for its rich culture, annual festivals, vibrant nightlife and diverse landscapes and is home to some stunning islands, both in the Atlantic Ocean and in the Mediterranean Sea.
What Customers Are Saying
We provide the best campervan hire at all major hubs in Spain. The RVRentalNetwork customer service team have a wealth of experience in RV touring vacations, should it be needed simply call or send us an email today. To see the options available and the prices eneter your holiday dates into booking engine above, please try and book at leas a 3 months in advance to ensure you get the camper of your first choice.
Recommended campervan drives in Spain
Costa del Sol:
is a stunning stretch is coast along the Mediterranean Sea from Malaga to Cadiz. It is home to miles and miles of stunning beaches, aqua parks, golf courses and cosmopolitan villages, and is a great place to wine, dine and shop. On this picturesque drive, park your rental RV at Campsite Marbella Playa and Camping Roche.
the largest of the Canary Islands has so much to offer, from its mountainous interior to its picturesque coastal beaches. Discover the natural scenery, tourist resorts and rock formations found on this 602 square mile island. While exploring, stay overnight at Camping Playa de Vargas and Zona de Acampada at Tamadaba.
Barcelona to Madrid:
from one big city to the next, getting a feel for the diverse cultures that Spain is famous for. There is much to see along the way, such as the views of the Pyrenees Mountains from Lleida, Palacio de la Aljaferia in Zaragoza and the world heritage town of Cuenca. Stay overnight at Campsite Ciudad de Zaragoza and La Noguera Caravanning.
What to see and do in your Campervan
There is so much to see and do in Spain that visitors often come back for more, and nearly all can be enjoyed by renting an RV. Visit the historical cities of Cadiz, Granada, Toledo and Salamanca to learn more about the history and culture of the country, or head to Barcelona or Madrid to enjoy Spain’s best art galleries and museums. The Salvador Dali Museum in Figueres is worthwhile, as is a visit to the Bilbao Museum.
Beaches, nightlife and shopping are just a few of the most popular things to do in Spain, and all can be done both on the mainland and on one of Spain’s stunning islands. Ibiza is of course its nightlife capital, while Gran Canaria is a bit more low key. No trip to Spain is complete without tasting some of the local cuisine, like chorizo, paella and gazpacho, or relaxing in a bar with some tapas.