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If you are looking for a solution to travel following a rich itinerary then renting a campervan or a motorhome in Zaragoza is definitely the best option. You will not only enjoy one of the five largest cities in Spain but you will also be able to explore all the natural beauty that surrounds it.
Zaragoza is a province located in the autonomous community of Aragon. This provincial capital is one of the great cities of Spain. Here, you can get to know Spanish history, culture, food, and landscapes.
The province of Aragon offers charming villages such as Urriés, Anento, Moros, Uncastillo, Daroca, Navardún, Biel, and many more. This area is also connected to beautiful places all over Spain, such as Barcelona , Madrid , Valencia , and Alicante . All are the perfect places to visit and explore while on your campervan or motorhome road trip across Spain.
Zaragoza, and in general the province of Aragon, offers many stunning locations that are perfect for getting to know the area in a campervan or a motorhome. Visit incredible places such as Parque Jardín Histórico Monasterio de Piedra, La Paradera, Embalse de la Tranquera, among other places that will impress you for their natural beauty.
If you are traveling in a campervan or a motorhome you will be able to drive from the many natural beauties of Zaragoza to another area of Spain on many exciting and unique road trip itineraries. You can discover the hidden gems of Catalonia , explore the east coast of Spain , and tour the heart of the country .
The city of Zaragoza is located within the intersection of three main rivers: the Ebro River, the natural vertebral column of the territory and its river affluents, and the Gállego and Huerva rivers. Here, you will be able to take on activities such as bird watching, cycling, kayaking, trekking, and sunbathing by the river beaches.
You can also drive your campervan or motorhome in the direction of Laguna de Gallocanta. Here you will be able to completely disconnect, enjoy walking around the different paths available, and close the day with a beautiful sunset. This area is famous for the stopover migrations of the Common Crane bird, make sure to visit the Centro de Interpretación de la Laguna De Gallocanta.
Around Zaragoza, you can find multiple campgrounds where you can stay with a campervan or a motorhome. Staying at the campground will guarantee you the safety and support that you might need to enjoy your trip and rest well after traveling the entire day.
Depending on your itinerary you can find campgrounds such as Camping Lake Caspe, which has a solarium, restaurant, supermarket, entertainment for children and adults, cinema and boat, and skate rental.
Camping Lago Resort, located in Nuévalos, offers all the comforts for your holiday. It has a swimming pool, SPA, children's area, restaurant, supermarket, and barbecue rental. Nearby is Camping Veruela Moncayo, which has a barbecue area, a bar, and a restaurant that is fully equipped for disabled people. In addition, from here, there are several hiking trails to several natural parks.
To drive in Spain, you need to be 18 years old and hold a valid driving license. In case you are not a European citizen and you want to travel with a campervan or a motorhome through Spain, make sure to check which type of visa you will be needing to enter the country. You can check all the information on the Spanish Governmental website .
Keep in mind that in Spain it is mandatory to drive on the right side of the road, wear safety belts and respect the speed limits according to the road you are driving on with your campervan or motorhome.
General rules relating to speed are 120 km/h on dual carriageways and motorways, 90 km/h on all other roads, and 30 km/h in built-up areas.
For more information about being on the road with a campervan or motorhome, you can visit our two dedicated Blog sections: Camping Tips and How-to Guides .