Spain: our private campsites

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How to visit Spain by motorhome?

Spain is a privileged destination for motorhome owners. Parking and camping rules in Spain are managed by the regions (otherwise known as autonomous communities). So, to make your holidays easier, HomeCamper offers you the opportunity to camp in peoples gardens, anywhere in Spain. From the Basque Country to Andalusia and Catalonia, you can camp safely and meet locals.

 

What to visit in Spain?

When we think of the Iberian Peninsula, we immediately think of holidays, idleness by the sea, its Mediterranean climate and its large cities. Spain offers you an exceptional cultural and gastronomic heritage as well as many activities between sea, mountain and ocean. If you are planning a cultural stay, go to Barcelona, capital of Catalonia and city of the famous artist Gaudí. The latter has designed original buildings throughout the city such as the Sagrada Familia, Parc Güell or Casa Mila, which have become symbols of the city. Don't miss eating tapas on the Ramblas and strolling around the Olympic port. Around Barcelona, discover the Costa Brava coastline, which offers superb hiking trails, turquoise water beaches and many activities for young and old, such as Port Aventura. In the centre of the country stands the Spanish capital, Madrid. You will discover many museums, including the Parque del Retiro. You can go to the Royal Palace and the Puerta del Sol. Heritage enthusiasts will be stunned by the monuments in Sevilla. Its cathedral, the Santa Cruz district, the Giralda and the Real Alcazar make the capital of Andalusia and flamenco one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain. Further east, you will discover Granada and the Alhambra. In Bilbao, you can discover art nouveau architecture such as the famous Guggenheim Museum. If you are looking for a relaxing holiday and want to enjoy the Mediterranean Sea or the Atlantic Ocean, you have a wide choice: Costa Dorada, Costa Brava, Balearic Islands, Mallorca, Ibiza, Canary Islands... For the most sporty and especially for hiking enthusiasts, Spain's main attraction is the Way of Santiago de Compostela.

 

When to go on holiday in Spain?

Enjoy Spain's pleasant climate and spectacular events all year round. Have you ever had the experience of the Tenerife Carnival in January and February? Did you see the Fallas of Valencia burn in March or did you feel the rhythm of Flamenco during the April Ferias in Seville? Have you ever celebrated the night of San Juan on June 23rd, in Menorca or participated in Pamplona on July 7th in San Fermin? Did you enjoy the entertainment of the Costa Brava in August, and in September, celebrated the Merce Festival in Barcelona? So if you've never been to one of these events before, visit the HomeCamper hosts all year round, all over Spain.