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Compact Plus

McRent4.6(47 Reviews)7 mi. from Madrid

Compact Plus +7
Immediately available
2 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
2 Beds
AC
Shower/WC
€1,411.00€1,371.00€97.93 per night
Urban Luxury

McRent4.6(47 Reviews)7 mi. from Madrid

Urban Luxury +8
Immediately available
2 adults/2 children
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
2 Beds
AC
Shower/WC
€1,480.00€1,440.00€102.86 per night
Family Standard

McRent4.6(47 Reviews)7 mi. from Madrid

Family Standard +12
Immediately available
4 adults
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
3 Beds
AC
Shower/WC
€1,717.00€1,677.00€119.79 per night
Family Plus

McRent4.6(47 Reviews)7 mi. from Madrid

Family Plus +14
Immediately available
3 adults/2 children
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
4 Beds
AC
Shower/WC
€1,954.00€1,914.00€136.71 per night
Family Luxury

McRent4.6(47 Reviews)7 mi. from Madrid

Family Luxury +10
Immediately available
2 adults/2 children
Manual
Diesel
Kitchen
Unlimited kilometres
3 Beds
AC
Shower/WC
€2,112.00€2,072.00€148.00 per night

Why is it worth booking a campervan early?

An RV rental in Spain is the perfect way to enjoy this country. Away from major cities such as Madrid, Barcelona, Malaga, Bilbao, and Seville, Spanish roads are quiet, cutting their way through the vast distances and open vistas of this large peninsula. Spanish motorways are modern and well-maintained with plenty of service stations for rest breaks and gas. Beyond the motorways, country roads take you through attractive villages and a countryside resplendent with olive trees and vineyards. With a campervan in Spain, you have the freedom to travel at your own pace and really get a true taste of the country's cities and attractions. There are plenty of places to stop off overnight as you travel from coast to coast or meander your way from city to city. With the country getting very busy in the school summer holidays, and the months of June to August being incredibly hot, spring and fall are perfect times to enjoy a campervan hire in Spain. These are also popular rental times so we advise booking early. To take advantage of the best deals on camper rent in Spain and leave more spending money in your budget, we recommend booking between three and four months in advance. Camper hire in Spain can look expensive at first glance but when compared to the cost of hotel bookings, car hire, and dining out the price begins to look very competitive. Even more so when you add in the freedom it gives you. Our great deals also mean you can afford to take a longer break in this fascinating country. When you book early, not only will you save money on campervan rent in Spain, but you'll also enjoy personalized travel advice from our knowledgeable customer service team as well as fair and clear cancellation policies and no extra costs if you need to change your travel dates.

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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 Mon - Tues 9:00 - 18:00 GMT; Weds - Fri 10:00 - 17:00 GMT by phone or at any time via our online contact form.

Helpful tips for your visit to Spain

When you book a motorhome for hire in Spain, you will be curious to know when you should visit. You may think that because everyone else goes in summer, the best time to go to Spain for fun and relaxation in the sun is during summer. However, it's very crowded during June, July, and August. If you still want stunning warm weather with fewer crowds, consider travelling there during March, April, or May.

  • Beach holiday
    Beach holiday

    Ideally, if you want to enjoy a pleasant visit to the beach when the sun is shining and there are fewer crowds, the best time to book a camper van for hire in Spain is during the summer.

  • Winter holiday
    Winter holiday

    Winter runs from around the 21st of December to the 21st of March and is a great time to hire a campervan in Spain. You still get a winter experience, but it's warmer and has less rain in other parts of Europe. By that time of year, it's less crowded, giving you a better chance to have a quiet and peaceful time when you book a motorhome rental in Spain.

  • Outdoor activities
    Outdoor activities

    If you are interested in doing a lot of sightseeing, exploring the countryside and coast, hiking, or even cycling, we recommend booking a campervan in Spain in late spring, early summer, or autumn. The weather is still lovely and t-shirt-friendly, and places are open and accessible without many tourists.

Best campervan routes around Spain

N-340 – The Spanish Route-66
By far, the longest road in Spain is the N-340. It's 1,248km long and runs from Cadiz to the famous Barcelona. Interestingly, locals refer to it as Spain’s Route 66. Along the way, you navigate through many small towns down the coast, from Puerto Real close to San Fernando to Autoviaends near Vejer de La Frontera and onto Algeciras, then Almeria, Estepona, Fuengirola, Marbella, Benalmadena, Torremolinos, and finishing in Malaga. It's a great way to experience and understand the country's fascinating heritage, history and culture.

From Santander to Glijon via the N-634, N-621, N-625, N-634, and N-632
When you book a motorhome for hire in Spain, another exciting road is navigating from Santander through to Glijon. This is perfect if you want to experience the north of Spaun without settling on a specific town, village, or rural area. We recommend this route as it's relatively easy, even if it provides a lot of fun. Why not sopt at San Vicente de la Barquera or Llanes. From Spanish and French Basque Country, Bilbao to Pamplona, Biarritz, San Sebastian to Bilbao
Another great route takes you through 480km of fantastic Spanish and French Basque Country, over the Pyrenees, and along the wild and wonderful Atlantic coast.

Traffic Rules in Spain

Traffic rules with a motorhome

When you hire a motorhome in Spain, you must follow the local traffic rules. We have put together a list of the most important below.

  • When driving along roads, streets, or motorways with multiple lanes, you can only overtake vehicles approaching you on the left side of the road.

  • The speed limits in Spain vary depending on the roads you drive along. In urban areas, the limit is 50m/hour; in rural areas, it's 90 k/hour; on country roads, it's 100km/hour; and on highways, it's 120km/hour.

Sites of interest and excursions in Spain

Picos de Europa, Cantabria
Located in Cantabria, Leon, and Asturias in the heart of the Cantabrian Mountains, Picos De Europa National Park is one of the main highlights of northern Spain. It stretches across 67,127 through 11 villages and is the only inhabited nature reserve in the country. You will also find mountains, lakes, meadows, forests, gorges and the stunning Naranjo de Bulnes.

Grazalema Natural Park, White Villages of Andalucia
Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park in the Cadiz province in Northen Spain and home to Los Pueblos Blancos de Andalucia. These are a collection of villages that have whitewashed villages. Benaocaz, Zahara de la Sierra, and Grazalema are among the prettiest and most popular.

Catalan Pyrénées, Valle de Aran
Val de Aran is in the centre of the Catalan Pyrenees and has a valley typical of the Atlantic slopes common to the area. This valley causes the River Garona to run through the breathtaking Aquitaine lands and to Bordeaux in France. There are around 33 villages with mature woods, stones, and slate and a beautiful, dramatic mixture of alpine and mountain landscapes.

Garganta de los Infiernos Natural Reserve
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
FAQs - die wichtigsten Fragen und Antworten
  • If you're visiting Spain from the USA, you'll need both your valid American driving license and an International Driving Permit (IDP). If visiting from the UK, your British driving license is sufficient.

  • There should be no problem with you popping over the border into Portugal or France providing you have notified the rental company about your plans. Always double-check your terms and conditions.

  • There is a minimum legal age of 21 in Spain for hiring campervans although many companies prefer drivers over 23 or 25. There is often a surcharge for drivers under the age of 25.

  • Yes. The main driver will have to pay a security and damage deposit using a credit card.

  • Most rental companies will allow pets in some of their campervans. This should be requested at the time of booking.

  • Yes, they can. Campervans are the ideal way to travel with babies and young children. Just make sure you have the correct child seats.

  • The Spanish authorities are very flexible about campervan parking, unless signs specifically ban it or you are causing an obstruction.

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