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This timeless town of sandy beaches, jaw-dropping markets, and mouth-watering dishes paired with cold a Tinto de Verano puts Valencia right up there with the best Spain has to offer.


Spain’s third-biggest city is the greatest in combining the old and new, with remnants from 138 BC mingling with contemporary (and, let’s say, avant-garde) buildings capable of mesmerising much more than just architecture students. Valencia is a city of dreams: whether you’re taking a siesta in the middle of a park, the wind and sun softly caressing your skin, or if you’re having a bite of a paella which deep flavours will stay with you long after your visit. Or if you’re on a road trip, for that matter – because hiring a campervan in Valencia not only gives you access to this city of saffron and siestas, but it also opens up your travels to a region of green mountains, gushing rivers, and coasts lined with palm trees.  

Practical Information

Depot + Transfer

If you want to hire a campervan or motorhome in Valencia, we’re right there for you. We’ll meet you at Manises Airport, where you can pick up and drop off your RV – free of charge in regular hours, of course! 

Parking in the city

Like in most cities, parking your campervan or motorhome in the city centre will prove hard, as there are limited street-parking spots available and multi-storey and underground parking lots have limited-height access. Outside of the city centre, and especially in the south and east of the city, you’ll find street-parking spots that fit campervans.

Alternatively, on the outskirts of Valencia (Lliria, La Pobla de Vallbona, l’Eliana, to name a few) there are free P+R parking lots with a metro taking you right to the city centre.

Camping grounds nearby

You have plenty of options for staying with a campervan or a motorhome on a camping ground near Valencia. We can recommend the camping sites of Coll Vert Camping, Devesa Gardens Camping & Resort and Camping Valencia.

Your best option for both staying the night and visiting Valencia is, however, Valencia Camper Park, with a metro running to the city centre. The Camper Park has all the facilities you need, from baths and a pool, to WiFi and electricity.


About Valencia

Both an old and a new city, Valencia is only 4 hours from Barcelona – and light years away from any traditional city you may know. It all started as a Roman colony in 138 BC, a few centuries later the city was taken by Arab Moors, and then reconquered by King James I of Aragon. Valencia was even made capital of Spain – twice! – in 1812 and between 1936 and 1937. That said, you can only imagine what these cultures and events left behind, making Valencia a must-visit-city.

Today, the city that created the Paella promises its visitors a taste of the best you can get in Spain. Wake up early, put on some comfortable clothes, hop out of your campervan and make your way to one of the famous markets in the city: Mercado Central or Mercado Colon. Have a great breakfast in one of its restaurants/cafés (you may order Horchata and some fartons - typical drink and confectionery sweet, respectively), visit the Plaza de Toros, take a walk in Valencia’s old town (don’t miss the cathedral), say “yellow” to the amazingly fragrant paella at lunch and help your stomach digest by taking a nap in the Turia Gardens – the famous siesta. The best part of waking up after that is that you still have half a day left!

Visit the City of Arts and Sciences (an entertainment-based complex filled with cultural and architectural wonders), or head to the beach and have some sweet cocktails by the sea. Watch the sunset next to the marina and then have dinner on a rooftop to contemplate all the Valencia’s little lights.


What to discover

In and around the city

City of Arts and Sciences

This is the most important modern tourist destination in Valencia, known as one of the 12 treasures of Spain – no wonder, since its architecture is as futuristic as a Star Trek-movie.

The City of Arts and Sciences located at the end of the river Turia and, rumour has it, has costed 900 million euros to build!  

Turia Gardens

Covering more than 9 km with green, the Turia Gardens are one of the largest urban parks in this country. Here, you can do almost everything: go for a casual stroll, practice a few sports take a few outstanding photos, have a picnic, or just take a nap!

Old Town

Valencia’s stunning old town has a lot to show for. So much actually, that you could stroll about the streets and walk in circles without you even realizing it. The place is a maze, reflecting the city’s intricate history with its structure and all the monuments you’ll find there.

And did we already mentioned the number of stores, restaurants and bars that you should visit? You can count them yourself: consider it a challenge (because it is!).


Recommended locations


At a short distance from Valencia lies the fruity-flavoured Murcia. If you were thinking of a motorhome or campervan hire in Murcia, we recommend renting one in Valencia and making the two-and-a-half-hour RV drive to Murcia.

Why? Because you’ll see what Murcia is famous for: its fertile lands, called Huerta de Murcia, with infinite amounts of fruits and veggies. Visit Murcia during the Holy week to experience the city at its best.


More than anything else, this town is known for its immersive Palm Groves, or the Palmeral of Elche. You might think part of the city has been taken over by a forest, but this is in reality is a well-organized plantation for agriculture.

If you are thinking of a campervan hire in Elche, think twice: rent your Indie RV in Valencia and drive it to the green city, in which you’ll find impressive sites like the Basilica of Santa Maria or the Calaforra Tower surrounded by wavering date palms.


It is hard to believe this nightlife paradise is only a 2-hour drive by campervan from Valencia. But there’s more: if you plan on visiting it in September, then you’re covered! From the 7th to the 17th, you’ll live the “Feria de Albacete” experience with plenty of people, games, dancing, fireworks and of course bullfights.

If you were thinking of joining in the festivities, hiring a campervan or a motorhome in Valencia and making your way over to Albacete for the week is the perfect way to find lodging in a city bursting with fun (and people!).


Depot Contacts

Phone: +351308 809 080

Email: [email protected]

Address: Carrer Balmes, 49 - 46940 Manises, Valencia, Spain

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