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Alicante, in the Costa Blanca region of Spain, offers visitors the chance to stroll along its palm tree-shaded boulevards or go shopping at its craft market. The sandy beaches here stretch for miles and the warm climate makes Alicante the perfect destination for a summer campervan holiday.

With your own motorhome you can drive along the coast or visit the historical buildings scattered around the city. The harbour area is a not-to-be-missed attraction that should be on every visitor’s itinerary.

We can offer a wide range of campervans, motorhomes and RV’s with a choice of 2 berth budget camping vans to the popular 4 berth camping van and the larger family favorite 6 berth from BlueSky. RVRentaCampervan has seen a steady increase in the number of campervan bookings for Spain. When you book with us you will benefit from a first class customer service experience and bargain prices, why wait book today!

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We booked with Euromotorhome Rental the price seemed fair and they were close to the airport , its on the same road to Barcelona city (Road number C-31 orange colour). The campervan was great very new and we had no problems with the RV. This time we decided to buy our own linen from the local Ikea.

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Recommended campervan drives starting from Alicante

Alicante to Atlea:

Take a drive to this charming fishing village. Once you arrive, you can appreciate the whitewashed houses which are decorated by an array of flowers. Other attractions include the Iglesia de Nuastra church and the harbor area. Altea has focused on tourism since the early 1960s and has succeeded in creating a place that people love to visit and enjoy. It has over 8-kilometers of beaches sprawled throughout it, making it a great place to lay back and enjoy yourself while getting a tan. If you do love history, you could also enjoy walking along the cobblestone pathways that are dotted throughout the area as well. Don’t forget to check out the old area, the views between the beaches and the mountains are absolutely incredible.

Santander to Alicante:

Along this route, stop over at camper sites in Burgos, Segovia or Toledo. Highlights of this trip include cathedrals and historical villages. There are camper sites at Cap Blanche and Alicante. Santander has long since been one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain, especially since it is a perfect mix of lovely beaches and the fact that it is a small historical town. Most people come to relax in such a small lovely city, where actually most people don’t even know the history of it and when it began! It has clouded in mystery! But what they do know is that there are Roman archeological remains that were found in the surrounding areas, which hopefully give a better understanding of a time long since passed. It was also used as a port for Castille in the Middle Ages, making it a great place for those looking to seek out historical sights. The Bay of Santander should not be missed!

Barcelona to Alicante:

After you have had a relaxing beach holiday, head to Barcelona for shopping malls and vibrant parties. The distance is 550kms and the route goes along the AP-7, which is a toll road. There are camper sites where in Barcelona and Alicante. Stop over points include Sitges, Tarragona and Morella. The drive to the infamous Barcelona is actually one of the most popular drives in the country, considering it only takes around 5 hours. On the way, you’ll 100% need to stop in Valencia. It is often considered the, “third most important city in Spain.” It offers a great blend of modern architecture with historical sights reaching back to when it was the capital of the Old Kingdom of Valencia and founded by the Romans in the 8th century. While making the journey from Barcelona to Alicante, you’ll also need to stop in Tarragona, just south of Barcelona. You’ll love the UNESCO Heritage Site that is the Roman ruins!

Driving a RV rental in Alicante
Road network:

there is an adequate road network and travelling around using your own motorhome is convenient. There is usually plenty of parking, except at popular tourist spots during peak season, while petrol stations are found on all major routes.

Speed limits:

Motorways:120kph

Built up roads:50kph

Residential areas:20kph

Alcohol limits:

It is illegal for a driver’s blood alcohol level to exceed 0.05 per cent.

Safety:

Drive on the right-hand side of the road and give way to vehicles on the left. Make sure that you indicate before overtaking or you could be fined. It is compulsory to wear a seatbelt and using a mobile phone while driving is prohibited. Vehicles must be equipped with a high-visibility vest.

One Way Motorhome Hire is also Available with RVRentaCamperVan

With the help of RVRentaCampervan it is easy to hire a motorhome with pick-up points that include Alicante Airport and city centre. Browse through the available options online; van choices include the Big Sky A, the Big Sky B, the Big Sky C and the Big Sky D.

One way trips are popular in Spain fees may apply but we will advise at time of booking, use the map below to plan your recreational road trip.


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We booked with Euromotorhome Rental the price seemed fair and they were close to the airport , its on the same road to Barcelona city (Road number C-31 orange colour). The campervan was great very new and we had no problems with the RV. This time we decided to buy our own linen from the local Ikea.

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