Madrid, Castilla León, la Mancha & Extremadura caravan and motorhome sites
From its stunning architecture to the delicious cuisine and vibrant nightlife, Madrid has so much to offer, whether you’re looking for a cultural, historic or foodie experience Madrid has something unique in store.
Castillay y Leon this region is dotted with medieval castles, monasteries, old cities and facinating history.
Catilla la Mancha the setting of 17th-century novel "Don Quixote" by Miguel de Cervantes, it encompasses plains dotted with vineyards, castles and windmills.
Major towns and cities
Catilla Y leon
- Segovia - its centuries of settlement have resulted in a rich architectural legacy, including mediaeval walls
- Avila - is the highest provincial capital in Spain at 1132 metres (more than 3700 feet) above sea level
- Madrid - the Capital of Spain, home to the oldest restaurant in the world
- Salamanca - the regional capital, known as the “Golden City” due to sandstone used in the buildings
- Leon - is well known for its production of leather shoes
Catilla la Mancha
- Toledo - not just the glass capital of Spain, but the 'Glass Capital of the World'
- Cuenca - known for the famous casas colgadas (hanging houses), suspended from sheer cliffs overlooking the Huécar river
- Albacate - boasts stunning architecture and plenty of green spaces to explore
- Guadalajara - is home to numerous mainstays of Mexican culture
Castilla Y leon
- Alcázar of Segovia - fortified since Roman days, the site takes its name from the Arabic al-qasr (fortress). It was rebuilt in the 13th and 14th centuries, but the whole lot burned down in 1862.
- Aqueduct of Segovia - Segovia's most recognisable symbol is El Acueducto (Roman Aqueduct), an 894m-long engineering wonder that looks like an enormous comb plunged into Segovia
- Burgos Cathedral - located in the historical centre of the Spanish city of the same name, the Cathedral has a spectacular religious art and architecture display that inspired the diffusion of French Gothic art in Spain
Catilla la Mancha
- Windmills and winery tours - visit the magical town of Consuegra. In its surroundings you will find the famous windmills with which Don Quixote of La Mancha fought, mistaking them for fearsome giants
- Toledo Primatial Cathedral - a masterpiece of the Gothic style, this Cathedral is a masterpiece worthy of a visit
- Monastery of San Juan de los reyes
- Puy du Fou Espana - with a unique artistic concept and innovative, original creations, Puy du Fou España is a one-of-a-kind theme park
How do I book an overseas site?
Overseas campsite bookings can easily be made on the Club website and "combined deals" are common when you book a campsite at the same time as your ferry crossing. Booking online means you save the £15 Contact Centre booking fee.
Does the Club take deposits for overseas bookings?
Yes, deposits for overseas bookings are calculated at 20% for a site and 25% for a ferry (unless it is a non-refundable ferry/Eurotunnel in which case full payment is due at time of booking). The final balance is due 10 weeks prior to travel.
Is the standard of overseas sites similar to that of the UK?
European campsites are star-rated by their own local authorities and can have different standards and regulations to the UK. However, the Club's travel team handpick and inspect our campsites so that members can be sure of a high standard.
This is my first visit abroad with my caravan/motorhome. How can the Club help?
The Club's first time abroad section explains everything you need to know about going on your first overseas touring holiday.