Hire a camper in Valenica
The City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia is not only an architectural masterpiece but also houses the largest aquarium in Europe, a digital 3D cinema with a 900-metre screen and an interactive museum. “
You can pick up your camper here in Valencia
Using public transportation to our roadsurfer station
From the airport: by foot to the Metro Aeroport (approx. 3 min) → take the Metro 3 (approx. 3 min) to Manises → by foot to roadsurfer (approx. 4 min)
From the central train station: take the Metro 3, 5 or 9 to Manisas (aprox. 16 min) → by foot to roadsurfer (aprox. 5 min)
Parking in Valencia
Due to the proximity to the airport, there are suitable and inexpensive long-term parking spaces in the area. Alternatively, you can park your car in the residential area around the metro station “Manises”.
Rent a roadsurfer Campervan in Valencia now
In the mood for a roadtrip? Roadsurfer has many different camper models to suit you and your needs. These models are available in Valencia:
Your roadsurfer advantages
2nd driver included
Free rebooking and cancellation up to 48h before the trip
Road assistance and comprehensive insurance
Rent a camper and discover Valencia
No Spanish city embodies the characteristics, charm and allure of the country like Valencia. From endless white sandy beaches, to an abundance of historical monuments, typical Spanish delicacies and architectural masterpieces, you will find absolutely everything your heart desires in the port city on the Costa del Azahar. Rent your camper in Valencia and let the authenticity of Spain seduce you. Use the city as a starting point for a road trip along the exciting coastlines of the Mediterranean, through green national parks and past endless orange and almond groves. Over 200 campsites await you in the region!
Make sure you take enough time to enjoy Valencia itself, as it offers an incredible variety of sights! So before you set off in your camper, make sure you take a tour of the city. The best way to enter the old town is through the old city wall towers Torres de Serranos, which were also used as a prison for nobles for a long time. Stroll through the narrow streets of the Barrio del Carmen with all its small cafés and restaurants to the Valencia Cathedral or the Marques de Dos Aguas Palace – both popular photo motives! Tip: Every Thursday the “Water Dish” is held at Plaza de la Virgin – a public dish that almost looks like a theatre play. If you are travelling with your family, don’t miss a visit to the interactive Valencia Biopark or the impressive L’Oceanografic aquarium. Afterwards, you can feast your eyes on the Mercat Central with its colourful tiles, before losing yourself in futuristic buildings in the Ciutat de las Arts – Valencia’s modern landmark. Of course, every visit to Valencia includes at least one walk along the beautiful beach promenade from the marina to the dream beaches El Cabanyal or Playa de la Malvarrosa. Try a Paella Valenciana from a large paella pan – it tastes best with a view of the sea.
Camping tip around Valencia: Rent your campervan in Valencia and enjoy a pleasant city tour. The Valencia Camper Park is a cheap and practical alternative to the otherwise very expensive campsites and still shines with top facilities. You can go directly from the Camperpark to the city centre of Valencia by metro in only 25 minutes.
Start your road trip with the camper from Valencia
It is certainly no secret that the east coast of Spain is considered an absolute camping El Dorado. Jump into your camper and discover eastern Spain! In the fascinating landscape around Valencia, adventures await you at every corner. To help you keep track, we have put together a few tips for trips from Valencia:
- Natural Park Albufera: 20 kilometres south of Valencia you will find an idyllic recreational area with the largest lake in Spain.
- Coves de Sant Josep: Between Valencia and Castellón de la Plana, you can visit the caves of Sant Josep by boat and on foot, on the longest underground river in Europe. If you are lucky, you can even enjoy concerts in the caves.
- Sunbathing on the Costa Blanca: Drive south along the Mediterranean coast to the famous white beaches with dramatic cliffs.
- Manises: Just outside Valencia is the stronghold of the 700 year old ceramic tradition.
- Sierra Calderona National Park: Hike or bike in the national park between impressive rock formations (only 40 kilometres from Valencia by camper)
- Sagunto & Peniscola: Follow the coast north to explore the Roman theatre in the historic Sagunto or the old town of the Peniscola peninsula.
- Route of the Borgia: Discover the secrets of the Valencian extended families – for example in the Ducal Palace in Gandía or the Monastery of San Jerónimo de Cotalba (about 1 hour from Valencia).
- Valencian wine route: More than 60 municipalities around Valencia revolve around the popular white wine: including wineries, wine museums and even wine therapy centres.