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Our motorhome owners want everyone to experience the freedom of their motor home. You will find them in all kinds and price ranges.

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Campervan hire in Spain

For your trip to Spain, don't just rent any car... as your perfect campervan hire waits in Spain! This large southern European country full of places to visit has been a top destination for people from the UK for decades. Motorhome hire in Spain may not be the first holiday idea that comes to mind, but it is the best way to explore this stunning country indepth and can actually help make your holiday a little more cheap! By using Goboony for your campervan hire in Spain, you'll be directly in touch with the private owner of the van, and able to ask them all the questions on your mind. As you may already know, Spain has great facilities for touring and camping and with a pleasant climate in many areas for those who enjoy sunny warm weather. If you are wanting to see more than one city in Spain you will likely be driving from place to place, making the option of motorhome hire in Spain extremely useful!

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Joke

The motorhome owner explained to us in detail how the roadside assistance was arranged. Knowing that gave me a lot of confidence whilst I was on the road.

Yoke went on a long holiday last summer with a camper from Goboony.

Peter

After our first campervan rental via Goboony, we were so enthusiastic that we bought one of our own! We have now placed it on Goboony with peace of mind and are very satisfied with the platform.

Peter has hired campervans several times through Goboony.

Campsites in Spain

There are many campsites in Spain offering a variety of different options and whichever route you choose thorugh the country you will be able to find local sites that range from expansive and full of amenities to the wilder cheap or free sites. One of the highest acclaimed motorhome campsites in the country is Camping La Torre del Sol, Costa Dorada, Spain. The site is known for its friendly, international atmosphere and it’s gorgeous location set in olive trees and palms and right next to the beach! The site is a short drive south of Cambrils and near to the resort of Salou. Nearby attractions include the Port Aventura theme park which is a mere 20 minutes drive from the site. If you like your campsites to have a glamping vibe with lots of amenities you will love it here, as facilities include a gym/fitness complex, poolside parties, a disco for over 16’s, a 500-seater cinema.

Things to do in Spain

As a large country with a vaired landscape there are so many things to do in Spain. If you have taken the ferry over, you will likely be in the North either near Santander or Bilbao. From here heading south to Pamplona would be a good option, as you will be able to take in the rich history, food and culture of a city full of medieval architecture and rich nightlife. If the name of the city rings a bell, it is because it is also where the running of the bulls takes place. From here you can head east towards Barcelona, west to untouched Galicia and the ancient pilgrim city of Santiago de Compostella or south to Madrid or even south-west to Portugal! Spain has an extremely varied landscape with rocky coasts, sandy beaches, high mountains, arid planes and bustling towns and cities. The country is of course packed full of history and not to forget delicious dishes including world famous paella and a vast array of local specialties.

Events in Spain

While a relaxing beach holiday may be on the cards for some, Spain offers so many holiday options, especially for those with a zest for culture. Events in Spain can be great fun! The Tomatina is just one example. The annual festival is held in the town of Buñol, Valencia, a mere 19 miles kilometres from the Mediterranean in the east of Spain. You may well have heard of this event held on the last Wednesday of August as the world's largest tomato fight. The event is held throughout the day, in which participants throw tomatoes and get involved in this epic food fight as an entertaining way to have fun, interact with other people and simply have a big messy day out (it might be a good idea to get hosed down before getting back into your motorhome)!