Routes

Discover Spain by motorhome! 

Leave the routine behind you and travel to where you want and take your time to visit the most beautiful places. Enjoy your freedom by renting a Hymer motorhome in Spain.

Beautiful cities, an overwhelming nature, beaches, tapas, parties and many, many things to see…..Discover Spain by motorhome or go to Portugal or Morocco! 

Our 10 favourite routes! 

Whether you go to the north, south or centre of Spain, Portugal or Morocco, choose the route you most like. We have made a top 10 of our customer’s and our favourites. Some route could be a guide for your motorhome holidays, but remember, you decide always where to go, that what makes a motorhome holiday so exiting, the freedom to travel! If you have any suggestions please send us an e-mail! 

  • Spain’s most beautiful routes!
  • Based on our customer’s and own experience.
  • The length of the trips are just an indication, you will decide how long it will be.
  • With you booking you will receive futher information about these trips.

Our suggestions for your holidays:

Route 1 – Central Spain – 10 days

Malaga – Cordoba – Caseres – Salamanca – Santiago de Compostela – Avila – Segovia – Cuenca – Toledo – Madrid
(This trip can be also started from Madrid, in this case without visiting Cordoba)

 

A spectacular drive through middle age Spain, most of the cities you are going to visit are on the UNESCO World Heritage List. You will see stunning landscapes combined with visits to ancient cities. From Malaga it takes 2 hours to arrive to Cordoba. Do not forget to visit the Musk in the city centre. The Jewish quarter is situated next to the musk and is worth a visit. You will find lost of shops and small restaurants in this area, also a good place to try some delicious tapas. Very close to the musk you can pay a visit to the Arab baths and have an afternoon of relax. The price includes several hot/warm baths, swimming pool and massage. The road takes you from Zafra towards Salamanca. The student city of Salamanca is known as the centre of architecture during the renaissance period. The main square, the plaza Mayor is one of the biggest squares in Spain. In the surroundings do not miss La Alberca, the most beautiful village of Spain. From Salamanca you can visit Santiago de Compostela or stay in the central part of Spain and visit Ávila, Segovia and Cuenca. Toledo, the imperial city, close to Madrid is like an open-air museum and has a very beautiful centre with great views (at 85 km from Madrid).

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Route 2 – Madrid & Andalusia – 7-14 days


Madrid – Toledo – Granada – Cordoba – Seville – Jerez – Ronda – Marbella – Malaga

This route start in the centre of Spain with a visit to Toledo (not to be missed). We follow the road to the historical cities of Andalusia: Granada, Cordoba and Seville. Each city keeps its own character. We cross the province of Cadiz for a stop in Jerez de la Frontera where we can visit one the many Sherry bodegas. On the way back we can take the Atlantic cost road of take the interior road passing the white villages (la ruta del los pueblos blancos) of the south towards Ronda.

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Route 3 – Sun & Snow – 7 to 10 days


Malaga – Granada – Sierra Nevada – Malaga

A very popular route for the winter period is the Sierra Nevada area in the province of Granada. From Malaga it takes you only a 2 hours drive to the Sierra Nevada Ski resort. This resort is considered to be the biggest in Spain. You will find a big guarded parking for motorhomes only, with all thefacilities you need. It is situated close to the ski slopes. The centre of the village is only 10 minutesby bus. The coast called Costa Tropical is within 1 and a half hour reach if you want to combine snow and beach! The road to the Sierra Nevada is open all year and the motorhome parking in Prado Llano is also open all year.

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Route 4 – Spain & Portugal – 14 days


Madrid – Salamanca – Ciudad Rodrigo – Gouveia – Lisabon – Sintra – Aracena – Seville – Malaga

 

Salamanca is known as the centre of architecture during the renaissance period. The main square, the plaza Mayor is one of the biggest squares in Spain. Because of the large amount of students it is a very lively city. From Salamanca we go to Ciudad Rodrigo, a city full of history close to the Portuguese border. But before we cross the border we should go to the nicest village in Spain La Alberca where we can buy honey, ham and other typical products from the region. Not to be missed. We go into Portugal and make a stop in Gouveia. Gouveia, which is very attractive from it self, is a good starting point for shorter trips in the Serra da Estrêla. Lourosa is famous for its views. We continue to Lisbon, the capital, built, like Rome, on 7 hills to visit its centre. Close to Lisbon you will find Sintra, which is actually a group of small attractive villages and palaces spread over a green area and many typical streets with small shops and street markets. On the way back we make a stop in Aracena in the Sierra Morena, close to Jabugo, famous for its Iberico ham. We will pass Seville, the most beautiful city of the south. From Seville it takes you 2 hours to arrive in Malaga.

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Route 5 – Spain & Portugal – 7 days


Malaga – Cordoba – Cazalla de la Sierra – Seville – Jerez – Conil – Tarifa – Marbella – Malaga

From Malaga we take the Antequera road on our way to the old city Cordoba. Cordoba is worth a visit. Do not forget to visit the Musk in the city centre. The Jewish quarter is situated next to the musk and is worth a visit. You will find lost of shops and small restaurants in this area. Very close to the musk you can pay a visit to the Arab baths and have an afternoon of relax. The price includes several hot/warm baths, swimming pool and massage. We will take the rural roads to the province of Seville. Cazalla de la Sierra is a small rural village close to the Sierra Morena and Extremadura and a good starting point for trips. We pass Seville for a visit and continue towards the wine centre of the province of Cadiz, Jerez de la Frontera and Sanlucar de Barrameda. If you like you can take a boat excursion form Sanlucar to see the surroundings of the National Park El Coto Doñana. The coastal area, called Costa de la Luz offers the best beaches and many typical small villages like Conil, Zahara de los Atunes and Tarifa. For some contrast we will visit Marbella and its harbour Puerto Banus before we come back in Malaga.

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Route 6 – The North of Spain – 10 days


Madrid – La Rioja – Bilbao – Picos de Europa- San Vicente – Oviedo – Leon – Madrid

We will start our journey in Madrid and take the road to Soria towards the Rioja wine area. Then we take a small part of the road to Santiago, visiting villages like Arnedo, Calahorra and Logroño. We go further north toward s Bilbao, famous for its Guggenheim museum, designed by Frank Gehri. Only the building itself is a must to be seen. The biggest inside market from Europe is called Mercado de la Ribera and lies in Bilbao. It is a very traditional market and worth a visit. After Bilbao we will go to Santander and take the road to Los Picos de Europa. Picos is one of the best national parks. It is also big, about 64.660 hectares. Now we will drive to the coast to visit some villages like San Vicente and later the city of Oviedo, which itself is a museum. After León we will go to Salamanca. Salamanca is a lively city and an ideal place to go for tapas. See rout 1 for more information. If you still have time go and visit Toledo, which is situated close to Madrid.

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Route 7 – The white villages of Andalusia – 10 days


Malaga – Mijas – El Chorro – El torcal – Olvera – Ronda – Zahara – Grazalema – Arcos – Jerez – Sanlucar – Conil – Tarifa – Costa del Sol – Malaga

The ‘ruta de los pueblos blancos’, the white villages trip, is very popular and recommended. You will pass many typical small villages until you reach the Atlantic coast. There you can follow the beautiful Atlantic coast towards the Costa del Sol. An unforgettable experience!

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Route 8 – Green Spain – 7 days


Madrid – Consuegra – Ubeda – Nationaal Park Cazorla – Alpujarras – Malaga

Enjoy green Spain! This route brings you to the national parks from Cazorla and the Alpujarras. We start in Madrid where you can visit Toledo on the road going south. Further down we make a stop in Consuegra in the La Mancha province, where we can visit 11 of the Don Quichotte windmills. Ubeda is a town in the Jaen province, in the north of Andalusia and a symbol of Renaissance. Visiting Ubeda is like a journey to the past. The national park of Cazorla lies close to Ubeda. The area is mostly impressive, the roads are good and there are several campsites along the road. It is a paradise for nature lovers and full of hiking trails. For hiking we can also recommend the Alpujarras area, close to Granada with typical villages like Bubion, Capileira, Pampaneira and the highest village of Europe, Trevelez, famous for it Iberico ham. On the way back to Malaga we can visit the Costa Tropical village of Salobreña.

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Route 9 – Morocco – 14 days

Malaga – Tarifa – Tanger – Chefchaouen – Meknes – Fes – Rachidia – Merzouga – Todra vallei – Ouazarzate – Zagora – Marakech – Essouira – Asilah – Tanger – Malaga

This exotic and adventurous rout to northern Africa is a journey to another world. Morocco is a fantastic country to travel by motorhome and worth to discover. From Malaga it is only a 2 hours drive to the port in Algeciras or Tarifa for your first stop. The next day you can take the ferry, which takes you in only 35 minutes to Tangiers. 

The trip goes from the northern area of Tangier Tetouan to the sand dunes in the south, Merzouga. 

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Route 10 – Roundtrip West of Spain & Portugal – 14 days

Madrid – Avila – Salamanca – Porto – Nazare – Lisbon – Seville – Malaga of Madrid

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We start in Madrid and go to Ávila, the highest capital of province in Spain. It is a beautiful middle age city with impressive city walls. Salamanca is known as the centre of archuitecture during the renaissance period. 

The main square, the ‘Plaza Mayor’ is one of the biggest squares in Spain. Because of the large amount of students it is a very lively city. When you drive around Salamanca do not miss La Alberca, the most beautiful village of Spain. 

We cross the border and drive into Portugal for a visit to Guarda. From Guardo we go to Porto, main centre of wine commerce, along the Douro river. The old city centre has a romantic flair and interesting buildings. We take the coastal road to the South where we visit villages like Aveiro, Mira and Figuera da Foz. We make also a stop in Nazaré, a fishing village where we can visit the fish market and eat fresh fish in the same harbour. 

We go back to Spain, but not before we have stopped in Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. Once in Spain we should stop in Seville, which is a beautiful city in the heart of Andalusia. From Seville we can continue towards Malaga (2h hours) or Madrid (6 hours).

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