So much to see, so little time! Looking for the best destination? Say no more, we've got your back. The Basque Country, Galicia, Catalonia... The toughest part remains choosing which motorhome itinerary is made for you.
In Spain, Semana Santa is one of the most popular holidays. The whole country comes alive to the rhythm of festivities and great processions. Beyond being a religious celebration, it is a grandiose event to experience during a road trip!
Mallorca is more than just the UK's favorite island in the sun and a party destination. Everyone who already was lucky enough to spend some time here, will have fallen in love with it’s stunning nature immediately. Not without reason Mallorca is the most popular vacation destination of the Spanish royal family. What areas of the island not to miss and where to stay with your campervan will be subject of this article.
The Spanish Costa del Sol is sought after by many travellers including happy campers! Overlooking the beautiful Mediterranean Sea, the golden sandy beaches and all-year-round warmth are a paradise on Earth.
With the arrival of the summer weather there is nothing better than heading to the coast on a motorhome trip. Spain boasts more than 6,000 kilometers of coastline so there’s no shortage of sea breezes with plenty of space for picturesque walks on the white beaches.
January… possibly the most challenging month of the year in terms of vitamin D deficiency! Nowadays, the sun tends to get a bad rep health-wise, even if Seasonal Affective Disorder is more and more frequent. Fear not! You don’t have to wait another 6 months, Spain is just a short flight away.
Catalonia is a region in northeastern Spain which has become really popular with tourists thanks to its stunning capital, Barcelona, which is one of the country's flagship destinations.
1. Admire the Spanish sunrise from one of Barcelona’s belvederes. Thanks to its rich landscape, Barcelona offers its visitors breathtaking views from every angle. Visit the Tibidabo mountain, the highest point of the town, for an impressive view over the Mediterranean sea, the different districts with their distinctive angular streets, and of course for views of the famous monuments like the Sagrada Familia.
Andalusia is a fascinating region of Southern Spain whose population is made up of people of diverse backgrounds; Moorish, Jewish, Catholics and Romani. Bathed in the Mediterranean sea and boasting an astounding number of daylight sunshine hours, the city provides its inhabitants with a festive and welcoming atmosphere. Its origins and location mean that this region a good mix of Eastern and Western culture, which can be seen and heard in its architecture, its gastronomy, its music… From Seville to Granada passing by Sierra Nevada, welcome to Andalusia!
Spain is the perfect holiday destination whether you are looking for beautiful landscapes, beaches to chill or cities to discover. Booking your cheap holidays to Spain is easy thanks to the many airports offering cheap flights to Spain from the United Kingdom and Ireland.