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Mixed landscapes, no time frames, mixed cultures, freedom to choose your daily destination and endless possibilities for outdoor activities
Exquisite white-washed towns, sandy beaches, beautiful countryside, majestic mountain ranges and grand monuments - rental camper is a perfect way to see it all
A camper holiday in Spain is guaranteed to be unforgettable with a motorhome! From turquoise-colored water and lush green areas to the rough terrain of Sierra Nevada mountains, Spain has it all and rental camping car is a perfect way to experience it all. Add guitar music, exquisite food culture and perfect sunny weather and the holiday setting could not be any better.
Spain´s rich history ensures there is plenty of vast monuments to visit and historical sites to see. Spain is one of the biggest wine producing countries in the world so there are great opportunities to visit some of the vineyards and taste the famous sparkling wine Cava or Tinto Fino made from the most planted red grape Tempranillo. Spanish wineries age their wine in oak barrels, so you get to taste cellared wines that have ages to the point of tasting their best!
BARCELONA - Rental station is temporarily closed!
MADRID - Rental station is temporarily closed!
MALAGA - Rental station is temporarily closed!
Aeropuerto de Barcelona – El Prat (BCN) View on map
Aueropuerto de Màlaga Costa Del Sol (AGP) View on map (Station temporarily closed)
Are you starting your camper rental road trip in Malaga or Barcelona? If you arrive by airplane, we’ll pick you up at Aueropuerto de Màlaga Costa Del Sol (AGP) or Aeropuerto de Barcelona – El Prat (BCN), depending on which the nearest airport is, and we will take you to our depot, where we’ll get you familiar with your beautiful rental camper. After returning your camper to our rental station, we’ll provide you with a free transportation back to the airport.
Touring Cars Barcelona Rental Station welcomes payment methods with Visa, Master Card, Diners Club and cash.
Touring Cars Malaga Rental Station welcomes payment methods with Visa, Master Card, Debit Card and cash. (Station temporarily closed)
TRANSFERS, MEETING POINTS
Each traveler of Touring Car rentals obligated to inform the travel agency or Touring Cars directly of the primary contact details. The phone number and an attached e-mail address with flight details allows each rental station to organize transfers smoothly and accordingly without causing any delays.
Aeropuerto de Barcelona -El Prat (BCN) is located only 10 minutes away from the rental station. The motorhome rental station takes an extra care of each meeting points. Being right on time is at core focus of the rental station. The primary default meeting point is located at Terminal 1 at the Arrivals’ Hall, driver´s waiting area, in front of the exit doors. The secondary default meeting point is located at Terminal 2, Terminal A, B and C.
For passengers arriving to Terminal 2 A, the meeting point will be located at a short walking distance at Terminal 2 B´s Arrivals’ Hall, right next to the Rental Car counters. Travelers arriving to Terminal 2 B and Terminal 2 C, the meeting point will be located at the Arrivals’ Hall, in front of the exit doors. The rental station offers additional meeting points to each motorhome rentals as a complementary service. Two train stations are available for arrivals. Viladecans Train RENFE Station and Saint Boi Train FGC Station, both await for Touring Cars motorhome renters as points from which they can be picked up by the rental station representatives.
MALAGA (Station temporarily closed)
Aueropuerto de Màlaga Costa Del Sol (AGP) is located 20 minutes away from Touring Cars Malaga Rental Station. Keep in mind that the airport is designed with multiple terminals! To avoid losing any rental party, Malaga Rental Station organizes pickup transfers from the most convenient spot of the Terminals. The staff will warmly welcome you at Terminal 1,2, and 3 at Arrivals’ Hall, right at the exit to taxi and bus signed area. The rental station neither offers any extra complementary transfer from the airport-based hotels, nor hotels located nearby the rental station. On the other hand, additional transfer is offered from Fuengirola Train Station and Malaga Harbor at Dock 1.
OUR TOP TRAVEL PICKS TO SEE IN SPAIN WITH A MOTORHOME
THE MUST-SEE TOURIST ATTRACTION, CORDOBA
One of many must-see places in Spain worth adding to your rental camper road trip itinerary is Cordoba. Cordoba is an exotic destination, even for local people. Colorful history and influences from the Arabic cultures reflect not just in the architecture, but in the mystic ambiance of this area. Probably the most visited attraction in the area is the Mezquita (Spanish for Mosque) of Cordoba. It's one of the largest Islamic mosques in the world, and reflects many religious changes this area has undergone. Its hundreds of gigantic arches are truly impressive and makes the visit worthwhile. Another place to stop by is the Alcazar castle, with its grand gardens and high walls. This former residence of Christian monarchs, site of the courts of the holy offices and later even a prison, represents a perfect image of Cordoba’s architecture through the ages.
EXPLORE FREELY IN BILBAO
Highways are mostly free so traveling from one place to another with a rental camper is perfect and convenient travel mode in Spain. Another great destination suggestion is the autonomous community of the Basque Country. The largest city of Basque Country is Bilbao. The city is vigorous, and many travelers come here to visit the Guggenheim art museum. This city also has a venerable dining scene and stunning landscapes. Bilbao is definitely one of the great treasures of the Basque country.
ROAD TRAVEL SPOT IN CANTABRIA
If you visit Bilbao, then you should definitely plan a stop on your rental camper adventure at this beautiful natural location, too. Like the entire Spain, this area offers a bit of everything from beautiful beaches to inland mountains and the green lush valleys between. The oceanic climate ensures that this part of Spain is called Green Spain. The flora is diversified and much lusher than in the other parts of Spain. One of many great places to visit is the Cuevas de Monte Castillo. These caves are declared as World Heritage UNESCO mostly because they are the home of the oldest cave paintings in the whole of Europe dating from about 34000 BC.
EASY ACCESS, DELICIOUS CUISINE AND SHORT HIKES IN CASARES
One of the great benefits of having a rental camper holiday is that you will visit authentic places you would not have easy access otherwise, places like Casares. This picturesque, whitewashed village has a population of only three thousand inhabitants, and yet it is one of the most beautiful places you will visit. This stunning small village is set in a mountainous landscape, with spectacular views to the Mediterranean sea and the North African coastline. The streets are narrow and steep, providing a real, authentic Mediterranean village experience to all Touring Cars guests. Park your rental camper at the top of the village and take a short hike in the surroundings, filled with delightful flora and fauna. This is also a fantastic place to visit local taverns and taste typical cuisine of Costa del Sol and the Malaga region with lots of seafood, meat on the grill, chorizo sausages, green peppers and lots of more.
THE MYSTERY SPOT OF THE WEST PART OF SPAIN, HUELVA
Pristine empty beaches and one of the most beautiful national parks to explore, Huelva is considered the mysterious corner of South-West Spain. This area is an area you want to see if you value untouched nature. The eastern side is dominated by the Donana, the biggest protected marshland in Spain, with virgin beaches and high dunes. On the west, you can see small fishing villages, with local taverns providing an amazing selection of local delicacies.
OLD TOWN SEVILLE IN ANDALUSIA
It is all about postcard-like sceneries and a great ambiance. The city of Seville, and especially the old town, is full of stunning cobblestone streets, with old-fashioned streetlamps that create an unforgettable atmosphere. White-washed houses, with colorful patios and picturesque plazas with dozens of cafés, provide an excellent setting for a perfect afternoon. Park your rental camper for a while and take a ride in a horse-drawn carriage through the winding alleys and taste the local delicacies at the Plaza de Espana square. This is one of Seville's most impressive landmarks, because of its scale and grandeur. This very impressive plaza covers an over 50,000 square-meter area, surrounded by Renaissance-style buildings and complemented by a canal flowing under the several footbridges. This "Venice of Seville" is one of the most romantic settings you will ever visit.
NATIONAL PARKS IN ALMERIA
This paradise on the Mediterranean is still one of the only places free of mass tourism. This is where you will find the clearest and bluest water of the Mediterranean, and the softest sand for your toes. In other words, this is the perfect area for any outdoor activities, from swimming to hiking. This is Andalucia's largest protected area, which holds some of Europe’s most original geological features: extensive coral reefs and tiny rocky islands teeming wildlife. This piece of paradise is considered a subtropical desert and it is the driest place in Europe.
THE FREEDOM TO CAMP ALL OVER SPAIN
In Spain it is, indeed, allowed to park outside in parking spaces where the motorhome doesn’t invade the pedestrian side or the road. Bear in mind, that it is not allowed to camp in Spain freely and wildly, so chairs or tables can not be taken out and barbecues when parked can not be used. We suggest everyone to use the app Park4night to find safe parking spots in urban areas in Spain.
SUNNY FAMILY HOLIDAYS IN GIRONA
Live to travel! Visit El Call to get inspired by the local touch and be true to the historical traditions. Girona surely will take your breath away with its remarkable medieval sites and atmosphere. Camp conveniently with a motorhome and enjoy the rhythm of the greatest festivals during the summer after watching the sundown from afar at the Platja del Castell, Palamos, Costa Brava.
Discover the wild at the bottom of the sea! Snorkeling and surfing possibilities are given right at the coastline colored with turquoise blue color. Take a Girona and Costa Brava tour with a premium category motorhome and enjoy the free spirit of the conveniently accessible camp sites of Girona!
OLOT AND THE OLD GARROTXA VOLCANIC AREA WITH AN EASY ACCESS PARKING LOT
This is a very ancient and tiny volcanic area in Catalunya. The volcanos were extinguished 3500 years ago, and now it is possible to park and wander around - even in some nice camping sites! The main city, Olot, is placed over one of the volcanos, whereas Santa Pau, another medieval village, has a very nice ancient old quarter. The Gastronomy is called The Volcanic Kitchen by the locals, because it is based on special white beans, pork and lamb meat, stews and digestive drink called Ratafia, amongst many other specialties. Close to Barcelona, we recommend spending 3 to 4 days to feel the true local atmosphere!
EXPERIENCE THE GORGEOUS TARRAGONA
Let yourself discover the unexpected! A city close to Barcelona with one of the most special roman foundations. It has an old Roman theatre, the port, the cathedral and the whole old quarter is situated over the Roman foundations, and this will be the cherry on the cake in your motorhome rental holiday.
Be part of the story for a moment! Guided tours are available to provide a small insight to the magnificent history and to give the ability to go centuries-back in past.
Tarragone is a home city of the traditional Human Towers. By locals’ saying they are named Castellers. The majority of the Human Tower symbolizes affectionate closeness.
LOCAL LEGENDS AND TAPAS DAYS AT MONTSERRAT
This is an old catholic monastery placed in a rocky mountain with an unbelievable ocean view. It is the place where the black Madonna was found in a cove. Locals whisper, she resisted to be taken by the French invaders. To discover the local gems of legends, it is preferable to take a guided tour or to visit the emblematic Audiovisual Room and the Museum of Montserrat.
For nature lovers and spiritual supporters, Montserrat is a truly spiritual place that fulfills the souls with good hikes and spectacular views. Barcelona Rental Station admits that is specially recommended to hear the boys’ choir ‘L’Escolania’ on a Sunday Mass. Celebrate freedom after the guided explored routes with the magical Wine and Tapas Day at Montserrat!
THE NORTHERN TOWN LANDMARKS OF RASCAFRIA
In this northern town, there are plenty of adventure activities to do. Although hiking and biking are the most popular ones, you can also jump into one of Madrid’s natural ponds. After that, enjoy the rest of the day at one of the pool-side terrazas or at a café in the quaint town. Don’t miss the opportunity to get away from the city and to drive along the northern mountains of Madrid. Once you have done it, you won’t regret it.
THE VIEW FROM CHINCHÓN TO THE CASTLE
Chinchón is an enchanting little place, with a fifteenth-century castle and a picture-postcard Plaza Mayor, encircled by whitewashed buildings festooned with wooden balconies. Plaza Mayor is providing the backdrop to the Neoclassical Iglesia de la Asunción which houses Goya’s depiction of the Assumption. The town is best-known for being the home of anís – a mainstay of breakfast drinks across Spain. Your best chance to experience the spirit of the place is one of the local bars or the Alcoholera de Chinchón, a shop on the Plaza Mayor. The Museo Etnológico has some of the traditional anís-making machines on display.
Special note: the entrance to the museum is free of charge from Tuesday to Friday between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., and from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., and Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.!
THE TRAVELING CONNECTIVITY BETWEEN SIERRA DE GREDOS
The Sierra de Gredos continues the line of the Sierra de Guadarrama, enclosing Madrid to the north and west. A major mountain range, with altitude of 2500 m, Gredos offers the best trekking in central Spain, including high-level routes across the passes, as well as more casual walks around the villages.
LA GRANJA GARDENS
The Palacio Real de la Granja de San Ildefonso was built by the reluctant first Bourbon king of Spain, Felipe V, no doubt homesick for the luxuries of Versailles. Its glories are the mountain setting and the extravagant wooded grounds and gardens, but it’s also worth casting an eye over the palace. Though destroyed by a fire in 1918, much has been well restored and is home to a superlative collection of sixteenth-century tapestries, one of the most valuable in the world. Everything is furnished in plush French imperial style, but it’s almost all Spanish origin; the majority of the huge chandeliers, for example, were made in the glass factory in the village of San Ildefonso. Here you can visit history exhibition of the crafting and still see the glass being blown and decorated in the traditional manner.
Special note: the glass factory in the village of San Ildefonso opens its door from Tuesday to Friday 10 a.m.–3 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.–6 p.m., Sunday and holidays 10 a.m.–3 p.m. for only 4 €.
MALAGA CATHEDRAL WITH A MOTORHOME
It is not a coincidence that such an outstanding monument is at the very heart of Malaga. The cathedral was built between two designs and styles. The monument started to shape into reality from the 16th of century and continued later on through 17th and 18th century. One can nearly touch the harsh history and the experience truly fills the visitors with a different awareness than of any other cathedral in Europe. Get lost and study the majority of the different angles of Renaissance and Baroque influences.
LA CONCEPCIÓN HISTORICAL BOTANIC GARDEN
Welcome to the Spanish fairy tale! Do lovely settings and a great selection of blooming blossoms inspire you with a big smile before, during and after visiting botanic gardens? Then just simply plan a trip to Malaga’s historical botanic garden. The design along with a history is going to make you stay and relocate to the country. Discover the rare natural treasure which opened its illusory doors to the public in the 1994 and which nowadays contains the rarest, yet most exotic organs of the field.
If the history that is greatly presented along the architectures of Spain did not impress you before, then visiting the castle, simply to get mesmerized by the scenic view to the sea, is worth stopping by with one of our fully equipped motorhomes. Do you wish to know more of Gibralfaros famous walls? Then include a short visit to the visitor’s center which is located right at the entrance to the monument and thoroughly explains the hidden picks of the Gibralfaros history.
FOOD AND WINE CULTURE OF ANDALUCIA
When you love the exotic, yet unique range of taste, Spain surely will come to your mind too. It is not a coincidence that all of us fall in love with the local Spanish cuisine. Whether being vegan or going with the most exotic seafood, one will find a delicious catch for each time of the day. In fact, Malaga has something more authentic to offer for those who are especially keen to discover more beside Paella, Tortilla and Churros con Chocolate. From the unexpected olive oils, across dishes from Malaga mountains, to tapas bars at each corner, the possibility is given to stay out for a dinner every night and take a walk trip back to the motorhome.
Notice local restrictions:
Optional purchases for a rental motorhome vary from destination to destination. In compliance with the current fire prevention law in Spain, which prohibits the use of portable barbeques, the BBQ set is not available from our Spanish Touring Cars stations. It will be replaced with a complementary amenity. Additionally, local entrepreneurs may provide other extra items for local rentals. Those items can be purchased on-site only.
TRAVELING ABROAD WITH A RENTAL RV MOTORHOME
- Nordic countries
- Estonia and the Baltics
- Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary
- United Kingdom and Ireland
- Germany, France, Benelux countries
- Spain, Portugal, Italy
- Romania, Bulgaria, former Yugoslavian countries
Before visiting the following countries, the rental station must be contacted as the regulations might differentiate in other countries.
DEDUCTIBLE REDUCTIONS (EUR)
Daily Charge: 0
Daily Charge: 9
Daily Charge: 19
Daily Charge: 75
WINDSHIELD & TIRE PROTECTION
Daily Charge: 5 (Touring Cars Barcelona) 7 (Touring Cars Malaga)