Enjoy the absolute freedom with a motorhome on your trip to Spain. You travel from Barcelona in the north to Seville in the south along the east coast of Spain. Enjoy the many delicious sandy beaches, explore the historic cities, try adventure experiences and take a deep dive into the popular Spanish food culture.
Your camping adventure begins in Barcelona, which is highlighted as one of the most international and innovative cities in Europe. Experience Barcelona during a walk down “Las Ramblas” where you will meet everything from jugglers to inflorescences. From here, the country is open in front of you, the only thing that is decided in advance is that this trip starts with 2 nights in Barcelona where you pick up your motorhome, and that you then end the trip in the Andalusian capital Seville.
You decide for yourself what you want to experience along the way between these cities. You can surf at the coastal city of Cadiz, try diving in several places along Spain’s east coast, experience countless impressive historical monuments, delve into the art of both Barcelona and Malaga, spend time on the beautiful coasts, or enjoy tapas and paella with good local wine .
In Spain you will find more than 1000 campsites, most of which are located along the coasts near the beach and the water. Here you will find everything from simpler to more luxurious campsites and there is even the opportunity to camp on local farms. The travel proposal is based on a motorhome with room for up to 4 people. All necessary equipment such as bed linen and kitchen equipment, statutory insurance, 1200 kilometers, cleaning fee and cost of one-way rent are included. There are many different sizes of motorhomes with room for 4-5 people.
The possibilities are many when you drive around Spain, because the roads take you where you want to go. This proposal is therefore just a possible example of how your journey can be put together. If you want a different route and a different start or end point, it is personally tailored in collaboration with your travel consultant.
Day 1: Departure from Scandinavia and arrival in Barcelona
Today you fly to Barcelona in Spain, where you arrive later the same day. Upon arrival, you have a transfer pre-booked to your accommodation.
Day 2: On your own in Barcelona
Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia and the historic city offers a variety of experiences. The medieval district “Barri Gòtic” is the heart of the city and there you will find cozy little alleys, tapas bars, shops, the cathedral, the city museum, the underground Roman city and the old royal palace. Take a walk on La Rambla, a festive street with a motley crowd, old cafés, one of Europe’s best food markets and the prestigious Liceu Opera House. See also some of the architect Antoni Gaudí’s many well – known buildings, such as La Sagrada Familia or Casa Mila. You can also get closer to the world-famous football stars at Barcelona’s football stadium and FCB Museum, hold the Siesta on Barcelona’s white sandy beaches. Enjoy traditional and modern Spanish cuisine at one of the city’s many restaurants and maybe end the evening dancing salsa with the locals. The possibilities are many and since nothing has been pre-booked, you can do what comes to mind, depending on which parts of Barcelona you would like to experience more of.
Day 3-14: On an adventure in a motorhome from Barcelona via Spain’s east coast to Seville
Check out from your accommodation and go to the motorhome depot where you pick up your motorhome that will be your home in the next few days. You drive along the east coast of Spain from Barcelona in the north and inland to Seville in the south. No activities or overnight stays have been pre-booked, so you have the ultimate freedom and can create your own journey, based entirely on what you want to experience. Of course we are happy to give you tips and ideas so that you can plan your trip and where you might want to visit to get the most out of your adventure. Here are some of our own favorite experiences in southeastern Spain: – Look for pink flamingos in the Ebro Delta wetlands and try stand-up paddle or kitesurfing on Riumar beach – At the popular beach town of Valencia you can experience the Albufera Natural Park, which has dunes, forest,
Day 15: Return of the motorhome in Seville and return home
Seville is the city with 14,000 orange trees, festive flamenco clubs and impressive palaces and churches. Spend a few days in the city before the motorhome adventure comes to an end. Seville is best experienced on foot or by bike so you can easily explore the picturesque streets and perhaps take a walk past the Royal Palace; the magnificent Alcazar. On the last day, you then return the motorhome in Seville and take you to the airport for the return journey. Flight times depend on the airline.
2 nights in a hostel in central Barcelona
There are no campsites on the trip, but you book them yourself during the trip