There are three different climate zones in Spain, but visitors can usually expect a
Mediterranean climate: hot summers and mild winters (especially in the south of Spain). March to May and September to October are great times to go, the weather is mild and clear and there are fewer crowds. Thanks to the guaranteed sunshine and warmth, the southern coasts have been popular tourist and expat destinations for decades.
And with great weather comes great things to see and do. The diversity of Spain’s landscapes will never cease to amaze you. It has the second most UNESCO Biosphere Reserves in the world, magical national parks, spectacular mountain ranges, and some of the most beautiful beaches. Majorca, Ibiza, Costa Blanca, Costa Brava, Lanzarote, and Marbella are just some of the beach holiday destinations you can enjoy.
From Anton Gaudi’s famous work in Barcelona, to beautiful palaces and forts influenced by Islamic architecture – Spain has some fascinating buildings and sculptures. Some spanish buildings are an unusual mix of styles because different groups of people added to them over the years. The Santiago de Compostela, The Alhambra in Granada, the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, and the Mosque of Cordoba are some of the must-see attractions when visiting Spain.
Food and culture
Spain is famous for its food, from Catalan, to Mediterranean to traditional Spanish dishes. Spanish food is all about making the most of the best local produce. Famous dishes include gazpacho, paella, patatas bravas, jamon iberico (leg of ham) and tortilla espanola (potato omelette). Spain also has some amazing restaurants, in fact, it is home to seven of the world’s best restaurants. With food festivals, tapas bars, and casual and fine dining restaurants – your caravan holidays in Spain will be a gastronomic adventure.
Great camping and caravan resorts
Spain has an abundance of caravan-friendly destinations and camping sites. You can find all kinds of campsites for your caravan holidays in Spain, from humble eco-sites to luxury camping resorts. A caravan holiday offers the ideal way of exploring beautiful cities like Barcelona and Seville without racking up a steep hotel bill. Campsites are generally of a very high standard and have all the facilities you need. During the high season you might have to book in advance, but during low season you should be able to rock up spontaneously or book on the day. Here are some great camping sites and resorts all around Spain.
The warmer you want your holiday to be, the further south you have to travel. Marjal Costa Blanca is a great destination for caravan campers, with modern facilities that you’ll love. It’s one of the best resorts in Alicante for retirees. Holidays in Costa Blanca are perfect for caravanners – you’ll love the warm Mediterranean weather, beautiful beaches, stunning natural scenery, and the amazing restaurants. So if you’re spending your caravan holidays in Spain, make sure Marjal Costa Blanca is on your list.