Head to the warmth of the Spanish beaches
Spain is a great place to escape to when you are looking for some great weather, delicious food and beautiful scenery. When touring around the country, there are many campsites that you can park up at to spend a night or two before heading to a new location. Take a look at some of our favourites below:
Located in the Costa Brava region, this campsite is located directly beside a beautiful sandy beach and has a number of excellent facilities that will mean you will never want to leave. Facilities include a restaurant, laundry room, shop, supermarket, playground and swimming pool as well as a lawn area for relaxing and sunbathing.
You will have direct access to the beach of Platia de Pals which sits in the middle of a protected marine area, offering stunning views. Close by is the medieval town of Pals where you can explore the old streets and taste some traditional Spanish cuisine.
The campsite is praised for its cleanliness and facilities, with entertainment often available during the busy months of July and August.
One of our favourite campsites in Granada is Camping Huerta Romero. Nestled between the beautiful botanic gardens and the picturesque beachfront, this site is packed full of facilities, with a lot of activities right on its doorstep.
The local beach has the opportunity to canoe, swim, flyboard or dive and is within easy walking distance. There are many restaurants and shops nearby where you can taste some traditional Spanish tapas or there is the option to barbecue on site.
Within driving distance is the town of Alhambra, Malaga and Granada, as well as the UNESCO heritage site the Alhambra Palace – meaning there are lots of things to do for a jam-packed holiday.
Close to the Portuguese border, this campsite is great if you are looking to country hop. Camping Santa Tecla is located in the Galician province of Pontevedra on the side of the Minho river. This large site includes a number of good facilities including a pool, toilets, showers, a restaurant and sports court.
Nearby is Mount Santa Tecla which is a popular hiking spot, and a protected natural area where you can spot many animals in their natural habitat. The area is also famous for fine wine and delicious Galician cuisine so why not visit some of the local nearby restaurants to experience this.
And finally, last on our list is the Camping Viu site which is a great option if you are looking to explore the Pyrenees in Aragon. Set near the Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park and only 300 metres from Viu de Linás, the campsite has some of the best views we have seen.
Perfect for those looking to get back to nature and explore the land around them, the local area can be used for a number of activities including hiking and cycling.
The site itself has a number of modern facilities including a bar and restaurant, terrace area, playground and shop. Hot water is standard and there is a laundry room and Wifi available in some areas.
Wherever you decide to go Spain has a great deal to offer anyone seeking motorhome hire to visit the country. We do offer a European Hire and with having newer vehicles, it means you are more likely to have a fabulous time with no issues on your journey.
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