Spain is well known for its perfect sunny weather and beaches, but there’s a whole other side to the country that few people know about. For those looking to explore the less-visited side of Spain, a motorhome route through the country’s coldest and snowiest towns is an adventure worth experiencing. This route takes travelers through the towns of Pola de Somiedo, Panticosa, Canfranc and Jaca, each of which offer different winter activities and plenty of traditional Spanish culture and cuisine.
In addition to the city itself, beautiful capital of Spain, the Community of Madrid offers numerous options to escape and enjoy a real camper experience away from the city. Get on the road by renting one of our vans and get ready to discover one of the most beautiful regions of Spain. In addition to the capital, Madrid has a large number of natural sites and stunning locations to visit.
The Region of Murcia has an important gastronomic offer. Dishes that have led to this Spanish province being chosen as the Spanish Capital of Gastronomy for the year 2020. If we add to this the possibility of toasting with white, red and rosé wines rich in nuances, and, of course, from the land, we obtain experiences that even the most exquisite of sybarites would like to live.
The Sierra Espuña Regional Park, with its almost 18,000 hectares, is the largest forest mass and the green lung of the Region of Murcia, as well as a mountain massif with limestone formations that exceed heights of 1,500 meters above sea level.
Only 165 km away from Murcia (Furgocasa’s Headquarters), lays the "Natural Park Sierras de Cazorla, Segura and Las Villas", one of the places that, unquestionably, you should visit in order to know one of Spain’s richest natural treasures.
From FURGOCASA we would like to invite you to discover the Costa Calidad on a Campervan motorhome. Two seas on one coastline -the Mar Menor and the Mediterranean- , impressive cliffs, heavenly beaches of endless white sand, lively ports and wild coves with crystal-clear water, more than 3,000 hours of sun a year and mild temperatures -even in winter- with a yearly average of more than 19ºC.
For some reason, the Region of Murcia is for many a great unknown. Even many Murcians prefer, when they travel, to cross its borders and visit other places with a theoretically greater tourist attraction. We don't understand it! We love the region. Murcia is home to beautiful landscapes, as well as an important cultural and gastronomic offer. Because of its geography, it has different and varied places that are well worth visiting with your rented motorhome.
We never tire of saying it! The Region of Murcia is a perfect place to travel with your motorhome or campervan, as it has many and varied villages and charming spots to visit. This autumn is a good time to take advantage of your free time and get to know the region better.
The Arab and Moorish history of the region of Murcia has to do with the very foundation of the regional capital: Murcia. Despite its uncertain origins, there is evidence that the city was founded in the year 825 by the emir of al-Andalus Abderramán II, probably on a much earlier settlement. It was the capital of several Taifa kingdoms of growing importance until it was incorporated into the government of Castile. This history offers us a large number of monuments, in this case Muslim, and places to visit with our motorhome.