This is the ultimate camper rental adventure that Spain has to offer: sun-kissed beaches, foot-stomping flamenco, local delicacies and great shopping. This camper rental route in Spain also includes the jawdropping sights in Gibraltar and Alhambra palaces in Grenada. Taste the local delicacies in picturesque Sevilla and visit the sherry region of Jerez in Andalucia. 

Day 1

Sunny beaches of Fuengirola

Your unforgettable camper rental holiday begins with a warm greeting from our local Touring Cars rental station personnel, who will meet you at Malaga international Airport. Your first stop on your camper rental holiday is at our motorhome rental station, where you will see your beautiful rental motorhome for the first time. 

Located only 25km from Malaga International airport, is the city of sunny beaches, Fuengirola. This is probably the most popular destination on the Costa del Sol. Fuengirola is an old fishing village, but has lately become a vibrant metropolis. Here you can start your holiday by relaxing at the beach, doing some shopping and enjoying traditional Spanish cuisine in one of many Tapa bars.



Day 2

Glamorous Marbella city

After the fist day under the Andalucian sun, your camper rental journey continues to the city of Marbella, only 35km from Fuengirola. Marbella is known for its glamorous lifestyle and resorts, and is a favourite destination for the rich and famous.  The old town, with its narrow streets and beautiful flowered plazas, is full of art galleries and shops selling clothes and accessories, as well as local handcrafts. One of the prettiest attractions, located near the main street, is the 16th century town hall at the Plaza de Los Naranjos – the orange tree plaza –.

From Marbella, your trip continues 80km via the coastline towns all the way to Gibraltar – and to The Rock. Please note that to visit Gibraltar, you must have valid passport or/and visa. In Gibraltar, there are no camping places, but you'll have plenty to choose from within a short drive. 

Camping Sureuropa, Camino Sobrevela, s/n, 11300 La Línea de la Concepción, Cádiz.

See more information about passport and visa requirements at Gibraltar.

Day 3


Visit to the amazing Gibraltar. The Rock of Gibraltar is the major landmark of the 6,7km2 region. Gibraltar offers something for everyone, full of history and stunning beauty.

Places to visit:

  1. Europe point: where Atlantic meets the Mediterranean and the coast of Africa can be seen.
  2. St. Michael's Cave: an impressive natural grotto
  3. Siege Tunnels
  4. Gibraltar Monkeys on the Upper Rock in a nature reserve

Day 4 -5

Horses, Flamenco and Brandy production

110km from Gibraltar is the city of Jerez. Jerez is well-known for its sherry and brandy production. The city is also famous for its fine horses and Flamenco. 92km from Jerez is the largest city of South Spain - Seville. 

In Seville, you should at least visit the old city, with the Cathetral of Sevilla and the Giralda tower. From the top of the tower, you can get an amazing view of the City. Nearby, you find the royal palace, known as the Alcazar, with its marvellous gardens. The magnificent Casa de Pilatos is one of the most well-known buildings in Seville, and is full of history. This is something that you don't want to miss.


Camping Villsom, Carretera N-IV, km 554,8, 41703 Dos Hermanas, Sevilla, Spain

Camping La Aldea, Situated in the village of El Rocío, at the entrance of Donana, Europe´s most important national and Natural Park. Camping in the heart of nature.

Day 6 - 7


250km from Seville you'll arrive to soul of Andalucia – Granada. After a long drive, it's nice to take a walk in the beautiful and historical city of Granada. One of the must-see attractions is the Alhambra. Granada and its surroundings have a very rich historic heritage, and it offers a lot to explore.

Granada is located near the Sierra Nevada mountain, a half an hour drive from Granada. Sierra Nevada is a stunning mountain range, and after the Alps, the highest in Europe. The national park of Sierra Nevada offers lots of activities. The most popular activities in the region are skiing, hiking and mountain biking. Sierra Nevada is the perfect alternative for city attractions. 


Camping: See rules of wild camping and campsites nearby

Day 8

Natural Parks 

You have a few route options on your drive back to Malaga. You can choose a route via the white-washed coastline villages, or passing the Montes de Malaga Natural Park or Sierras de Tejeda Natural Park. All routes are approximately 140km.

At the arrival back to our rental station, you'll meet with our rental station staff and get to tell the best highlight of your journey. After a quick standard check to the rental vehicle, our staff will provide you with a transfer to Malaga Airport.


Pick up: Malaga, Spain

Rental camper for 2 in May 7 days 1128 EUR

Rental camper for 6 in May 7 days 1409 EUR


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