Campervan hire in Spain

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Compact Plus

McRent4.6(43 Reviews)7 mi. from Madrid

Compact Plus +7
Immediately available
2 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
2 beds
AC
Shower/WC
£1,574.00£1,539.00£109.93 per night
Urban Luxury

McRent4.6(43 Reviews)7 mi. from Madrid

Urban Luxury +8
Immediately available
2 adults/2 children
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
2 beds
AC
Shower/WC
£1,709.00£1,674.00£119.57 per night
Urban Plus

McRent4.6(43 Reviews)7 mi. from Madrid

Urban Plus +10
Immediately available
2 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
1 beds
AC
Shower/WC
£1,776.00£1,741.00£124.36 per night
Family Standard

McRent4.6(43 Reviews)7 mi. from Madrid

Family Standard +12
Immediately available
4 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
3 beds
AC
Shower/WC
£1,911.00£1,876.00£134.00 per night
Family Plus

McRent4.6(43 Reviews)7 mi. from Madrid

Family Plus +14
Immediately available
3 adults/2 children
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
4 beds
AC
Shower/WC
£2,098.00£2,063.00£147.36 per night
Family Luxury

McRent4.6(43 Reviews)7 mi. from Madrid

Family Luxury +10
Immediately available
2 adults/2 children
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
3 beds
AC
Shower/WC
£2,185.00£2,150.00£153.57 per night

Renting a campervan in Spain

Spain is a fantastic place to travel with a campervan. It is easy and cheap to fly to and all major cities have lots of campervan rental companies. Drive south and discover the dramatic southern Alpujarra mountain range and swim in the Alboran sea or immerse yourself in the culture of Seville. Travel north and you can go shopping in Barcelona, hike in the Pyrenees or visit a museum in Bilbao. Afterwards, head to the heart of Spain and discover the capital city Madrid. Regardless of which part of Spain you visit, you will enjoy a warm and friendly culture, fantastic scenery and great weather

Why is it worth booking a campervan in Spain early?

Travellers visiting Spain will be delighted with the diverse attractions that the country has to offer. Its mild climate, seaside resorts, and architectural masterpieces make it a perfect holiday destination – one that can be easily explored in a campervan. Even though Spain is suitable for holidays all year round, the months characterised by the highest demand for campervan hire are May, June, September, October, and December. How to secure the best deal and a vehicle with the best performance-price ratio? Well, there is nothing simpler to do than rent a campervan a little more than 3 months in advance. Early booking is a guarantee of the widest choice of interesting vehicles and the most affordable options. Travellers will have to pay the average price of 115.69 euros per day for campervan rental.
If you have any doubts about your campervan rental, there is nothing simpler to do than contact the CamperDays customer service department. Our experts will provide you with plenty of brilliant ideas. An additional advantage for potential customers is also transparent cancellation conditions. If your holiday plans happen to change in the future, we will not charge you extra for any reservation changes.
A campervan offers the greatest number of exploration opportunities. The average travel time in Spain is 14 days. Travelling in a motorhome will save you money that you would otherwise spend on accommodation, restaurants, and car rental. Also, you do not have to worry about finding affordable airline tickets. With an RV, you stay totally independent of any flight or bus schedules.

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Would you like to enquire about a motorhome or do you need further information before making a booking? You can contact us without obligation either from Monday to Friday Mon - Tues 9:00 - 18:00; Weds - Fri 10:00 - 17:00 - Mon - Tues 9:00 - 18:00; Weds - Fri 10:00 - 17:00 by phone or at any time via our online contact form.

Tips on renting a campervan in Spain

The summer months are the busiest for campervan rentals, so be sure to book several months in advance.

Visiting Spain in a campervan is the best way to stay flexible and see as many sights as possible. The demand during the summer months is considerably higher, therefore it is recommended to book up to 4 months in advance. Booking early gives you the flexibility to choose a campervan which is best suited to your needs. In addition, it also gives you the best chance of getting a cheaper daily rate with savings of up to £75.

You can still be flexible when booking through Camperdays as rebookings or amendments are usually no problem.We do not charge for rebookings and we pride ourselves on having a fair cancellation policy. If you would like more information or if you would like to speak to our friendly customer service team, then give us a call.

Campervan offers for couples in Spain

For a romantic trip for two exploring Spain and other cities nearby, a smaller motorhome is just right. Discover our selection of vehicles for two people and explore together.

Compact Plus
Compact Plus
2 beds2 adultskitchen
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Urban Plus
Urban Plus
1 bed2 adultskitchen
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Campervan offers for families in Spain

If you want to go on a family camping holiday in Spain, we recommend a large motorhome. Alcove models are very popular with families with children, as the motorhomes are spacious and have several sleeping and seating areas.

Urban Luxury
Urban Luxury
2 beds2 adults/2 childrenkitchen
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Family Plus
Family Plus
4 beds3 adults/2 childrenkitchen
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Family Luxury
Family Luxury
3 beds2 adults/2 childrenkitchen
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The must-see parts of Spain

Spain is full of cultural cities and dramatic landscapes. Below we have listed some of the best cities to visit and some of the beauty spots that are within driving distance.

Granada/Sierra Nevada

  • Visit the UNESCO World Heritage Alhambra palace and learn about Spain’s rich history.

  • Enjoy some time in this vibrant southern city just 25 miles from the coast and in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountain range.

  • Drive to the top of the highest road in Europe up the Pico de Veleta at 11,148 ft. (weather dependent)

  • Discover some of the many cafes and tapas bars and enjoy southern Spanish cuisine.

Barcelona/Catalonia

  • Spend the day visiting many of the famous UNESCO buildings in this romantic city.

  • Visit the golden sandy beaches and relax in one of the many trendy beachfront bars.

  • Browse through the stalls at the La Boqueria market, which has seen trade for over 200 years.

  • Drive to one of the National Parks or the Pyrenees that are just 3 hrs away from Barcelona.

Madrid

  • Is the capital and Spain’s largest city, which is situated in the centre of Spain. This metropolitan city is a must-see.

  • Visit the Prado Museum which hosts a wealth of renaissance and baroque masterpieces such as Rembrandt, van Dyck, Titan and many more.

  • Go shopping along the Gran Vía and experience the heart of Madrid.

  • Enjoy a quiet afternoon at Retiro Park where you can rent a boat or go paddling on a warm day.

Bilbao/Basque Country

  • Bilbao is a hub of history and culture right in the heart of the Basque country.

  • Visit the Guggenheim Museum and enjoy some contemporary art. This is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Bilbao.

  • Take a cable car up to Artxanda lookout to get a great view of the city.

  • Explore the area and take a trip to Solepena Beach and experience the golden sand and clear water.

Seville/Andalusia

  • Visit the UNESCO World Heritage site ‘Seville Cathedral’ and see the tomb of Cristopher Columbus.

  • Take a drive to the Doñana National Park for some great wildlife including flamingos, deer, and if you are lucky an Iberian lynx.

  • Visit the popular beaches in Marbella and enjoy the cafes, bars and clubs.

The best campsites

Campsites in Spain and the surrounding area

Your stay for the first night

  • Madrid/Aranjuez
  • Madrid/El Escorial
  • Castile and Leon/Riaza
  • Castile-La Mancha/Toledo
  • Madrid/Villaviciosa de Odon
  • Madrid/Madrid
Questions and AnswersThe most frequently asked questions about a camper holiday in Spain
  • Your full UK driving licence is valid in Spain and the same classifications apply. British nationals can travel visa-free for up to 90 days in Spain. For up-to-date information please visit the UK government website.

  • If your campervan is below 3.5t you can drive up to 120 km/h (74 mph) on motorways and up to 100 km/h (60 mph) on main roads and up to 50 km/h (30 mph) in built-up areas.

  • Yes, but since 2020 many of the motorways are now free. The motorways that still have tolls are charged at about £8-9 per 100 km (60 miles) and they are usually much quicker than non-toll roads and they often have good facilities.

  • Wild camping is not permitted in Spain and at beaches and in protected areas fines can be up to several thousand Euros. However, there are lots of high-quality and safe campsites to choose from with prices ranging from €30-50 per night.

  • We would recommend staying in Spain for 14-21 days. The country has a modern and well-organised infrastructure.

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