GT Camper 54 "Herradura"
GT Camper 54 "Herradura"
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On the southernmost border of Spain, on the Costa del Sol, lies the city of Málaga. It's equidistant between Torremolinos, Antequera, and Marbella and shares a shore on the Alboran Sea. This place is full of beaches, museums, and natural forests ripe for exploring.
Once you get there, you’ll see why Málaga is such a popular destination. You can do some shopping, eat some great food, and lay in the sun — what more could you want from your holiday on Spain's beautiful coast? Book an RV in Málaga today and get your vacation started.
When visiting a tropical destination like Málaga, you can’t help but hit the beach. Playa de la Malagueta is located right in the center of the city and is one of the most beautiful sights around. Walk along the sandy shores and breathe in that fresh sea air. Throw a towel down and soak up the sun. Relax and read a book, or play a game of beach volleyball. There are even a few restaurants, bars, cafés, and shops within walking distance. Playa de la Malagueta is fun for the whole family.
Maybe you want to do some hiking in a natural park? Montes de Málaga Natural Park is a vast, protected natural area located smack dab in the center of the city. Strap on your hiking gear and hit the trails for an adventurous day in the woods. You’ll also find a good selection of cycling trails to explore. When the hike is done and you get to the top of Montes de Málaga, and you look out over the countryside, you’ll be on top of the world — physically and spiritually.
If it’s wildlife viewing you’re looking to do, look no further than The Guadalhorce River Estuary Natural Area. This place is a thriving ecosystem that's home to a diverse variety of plants, mammals, and birds. Bring your binoculars or your camera and get ready to see some foxes, chameleons, and rabbits. There are also over 250 bird species living in the park, so see how many you can spot during your visit.
You’ll have a few options when searching for an RV park in Málaga. Camping Rural Fuente de Piedra is conveniently located in the countryside with a nature reserve relatively close by and the Montes de Málaga as a backdrop. The campground is on the shores of Laguna de Fuente de Piedra, a great spot for watersports. Camping Rural Fuente de Piedra provides drainage hookups, Wi-Fi, and a launderette. You’ll also find public toilets, hot showers, and a dishwashing area.
Another Málaga RV campground to consider is Camping Parque Ardales. This park is located right on the Embalse del Conde de Guadalhorce, where you can swim, fish, or boat. It's also near a few decent hiking trails. Amenities on offer include drainage hookups, hot showers, and public restrooms. This is the perfect place for a barbecue, and it's dog-friendly and accessible for guests with disabilities.
One more campground worth checking out is Camping Valle Niza Playa. Located on the warm shores of the Alboran Sea, this campground offers easy beach access. There's also an outdoor pool if you aren’t a fan of saltwater. You’ll find paved roads, a playground, an activity room, a restaurant, and even a gym. This place has it all. Camping Valle Niza Playa also provides drainage hookups and water hookups, in addition to public toilets and showers. When you bring your RV rental to Málaga, make sure to look up Camping Valle Niza Playa.
Any art lovers in the family? Considering that Málaga is the birthplace of legendary painter, Pablo Picasso, you won't want to miss Museo Picasso Málaga, the premiere Pablo Picasso Museum. You’ll find tons of great works from the famous painter. Bring the family and learn all you can about the man, the artist, and his impact on the world. You’ll also find a bookshop, a library, and a cafe. Don’t forget to stop by the bookshop on your way out to get a souvenir to commemorate your trip.
With your luxury RV rental in Málaga, you’ll be able to discover all that the city has to offer. Make sure to visit Alcazaba to see an important piece of Spanish history. Alcazaba is an ancient castle that attracts thousands of visitors every year. Walk up its giant steps, see dozens of pottery pieces, and marvel at the beautiful architecture. Make your way through the breathtaking gardens and mosaic pool. This place is a must-see attraction if you're a fan of history or ancient architecture.
If your holiday takes you to Málaga in February or March, you just might be able to catch the Málaga Carnival. Leading up to the Christian holiday of Lent, this carnival celebrates the last few days of being wild and wacky before the frugal holiday rolls around. Among other things, there's a parade full of bright colors, dancers, acrobats, and other performers and little side events. It's a festival known for its insanity. If this is your vibe, consider planning your trip around the Málaga Carnival.
As one of the most popular cities in Spain, you won’t have any trouble finding a gas station nearby if you need to top up the tank of your motorhome rental. When you get hungry, the selections are even more diverse. Whether you’re looking for a fancy sit-down dinner date, a quick meal, or a coffee at a cafe, you have options. Authentic Italian, Spanish, and Mediterranean are just a few of the different cuisines you can choose from.