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These campervans are available at our local depot in Malaga. Find out which fits your road trip best.
Here’s some essential information for campervan travellers in Malaga
Starting your road trip in Malaga? If you’re arriving by aeroplane at Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport, you can either come directly to our depot or book our shuttle service and we pick you up at Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport and take you to our depot, where we’ll get you familiar with your motorhome. After returning your motorhome at our Malaga depot you can head back on your own or book our shuttle service back to the airport.
The city centre is car-free, which means you’ll need to leave the campervan in the outskirts. There’s a blue zone where you can park (paid from 9am to 2pm on working days) for a maximum of 2 hours, after which you’ll need to validate parking again until you leave. If you’re planning to spend the day in the city centre and want to be worry-free, just park the van in any car park – it’s a little bit more expensive, but it does the job.
You have plenty of options if you want to stay with your RV in a camping ground near Malaga. Three options you will want to consider are: Camping Park Pizarra, Camping Rural Presa La Viñuela and Camping Torremolinos. Besides camping grounds, you’ll also find two motorhome parking grounds around Malaga (Autocaravanas Seyla and a private motorhome park on Carretera Nacional 340) that are cheaper and have basic amenities.
Along the arid coast of Andalusia lies a rich cultural oasis you’ll instantly fall in love with, not just for its roots but also for its flourishing contemporary way of life.
It doesn’t matter where you are in Malaga. The possibility of eating freshly-caught fish on a promenade on a beautiful sunny day is just the tip of the iceberg (not literally, because of the heat, you know?). And if you like art, wait until you realize who was born in here: nobody less than Pablo Picasso. If, like him, you see the world in cubes and want to explore the rest of the iceberg, just try a few of the great drinks with enough ice cubes to replenish yourself under Malaga’s hot sun. Also, did we mention the restaurants, bars and cafés across the city serving the most amazing food? Malaga’s incredibly rich heritage dates back almost 3,000 years, making it one of the world’s oldest remaining cities – so hire a campervan in Malaga and gear up for a road trip through an oasis filled with three millennia worth of stories and experiences!
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