RV Campsites in Spain
RV Camping in Spain – Camping grounds Spain
Motorhome travel and camping Spain
Motorhome travel in Spain. Motorhome camping Spain. From the spectacular Pyrenees in the north east to the white sands of the Costa del Sol, Spain attracts millions of tourists each year. There are about 1200 registered campsites in Spain. Most camping grounds are normally open nearly all year round. You will find some very basic campsites (one star) and some very luxurious (four stars). At a campsite, you can expect to find electrical hook-ups, running (drinkable) water and restrooms. Most campsites also have a playground for kids, and a communal charcoal grill. As Spain is getting more popular as a goal and destination, it is important to plan ahead and have some idea of where you will be staying. You can choose a pitch for your RV or your caravan. The Spanish campsites also offer the possibility to rent a mobile home, a bungalow or a chalet. If you travel with a motorhome, some campsites are equipped with a special services area.
Where to stay in Spain with your motorhome
Whilst you can stay at a registered campsite in Spain, it is not essential. There is a growing network of places, official and unofficial where it is possible to park overnight. Many of these stops have facilities for waste and fresh water. Some of these places are on farms, vineyards or right on the beach and often very popular with motorhomes. Espana Discovery or Spanish Passion
Languages. Spanish’s real name is Castilian. Catalan, Galician and Euskera (the Basque language) are regional languages. Therefore, if you choose a campsite in Catalonia (Barcelona), buy an English-Catalan dictionary rather than an English-Spanish one.
RV Campsites in Spain – There are campsites in all the 17 Spanish regions : Andalucia (Sevilla), Aragon (Zaragoza), Asturias (Oviedo), Balearic Islands (Palma), Canary Islands (Las Palmas), Cantabria (Santander), Castile-La Mancha (Toledo), Castile-Leon (Valladolid), Catalonia (Barcelona), Extremadura (Mérida), Galicia (Santiago de Compostelle), La Rioja (Logroño), Madrid (Madrid), Murcia (Murcia), Navarre (Pamplona), Basque Country (Bilbao), Valencia (Valencia). Of course, you will not find the same number of campsites far from the coast but each region is full of treasures.
ACSI Eurocampings in Spain – Over 100.000 reviews and ratings from campers. There are many more camp sites in Spain than just on the Costa del Sol. Besides the Costa del Sol in the south around Marbella and Torremolinos, the Costa Brava (Cataluña on the east coast near Barcelona) has developed into a gigantic holiday paradise that has an unbelievable number of delights to offer the spoilt tourist. Many tourists return each year to their favourite camp site on the ‘rugged coast’ of Spain which lives up to its name: rough, wild and impetuous, contrasted with miles of sandy beaches and sheer cliffs with intimate bays
Camping-spain.net – RV Campsites in Spain, guide of the campsites in Spain with comments of the campers. Camping Spain presents 532 campsites in Spain.
Camping.info-spain – Search for all campsites in Spain via map, facilities or rating. Compare campsites on basis of data, pictures and recommendations.
Camping Deals & Offers In Spain – Alan Rogers – RV Campsites in Spain, Browse through the list of Alan Rodgers controlled campsites in Spain. Easily find the best campsites across Europe, check availability and book online.
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Motorhome Rental Spain. Check out our selection of motorhomes and campervans. Motorhomes are a nice way to experience Spain without worrying too much about accommodation.
Remember: Book early, there are a limited amount of motorhomes on Spain and in the summer camping is very popular. We advice booking at least 3 – 6 months in advance to make sure you get the perfect motorhome for your Spainish adventure.