5 Natural Parks in Spain for a Romantic Caravan Getaway for Easter

The caravanning sector continues to add followers. It is a form of travel freely which allows those who practice it to be in contact with nature and in turn enjoy the gastronomy and activities that take place in each area, without the need to make a large financial outlay.

The Spanish geography is ideal to take advantage of this eco-responsible trend Now that Easter is approaching. The corners are endless: sea, mountains and inland landscapes make a tempting offer for a holiday or a getaway this Easter. And it is that, as Hugo Oliveira, CEO of Indie Campers, says, “traveling in a caravan makes you feel closer to the environment with all the comforts you need, adapted to your style”. Oliveira offers you five natural parks perfect to enjoy in a motorhome at Easter. Are you registering?

Monfragüe Natural Park, Caceres

Located in the north of the province of Caceres, is a perfect place to spend a few days of disconnection and rest surrounded by nature. UNESCO said Biosphere Reserve, Monfrague It is ideal for the practice of many sporting activities outside, as hiking, because it has really interesting routes. The vulture watching nesting in the area or its excellent gastronomy, make it a perfect option for lovers of eco-tourism and caravanning.

In addition, in this natural park of Extremadura you will find areas perfectly equipped for parking lot. One of them, the city of Plasenciawhich has a shower and toilet service, restaurants and an area for animals, free.

Panoramic view of the Tagus in Monfragüe National Park

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Lobos River Canyon Natural Park, Burgos

The second proposal will surprise you with its ecological diversity, fauna and leafy vegetation. And it is that the karst pattern and the course of the Lobos River constitute a spectacular natural ecosystem. Located in the province of Burgos, near the region of Arlanza, and surrounded by pine and oak forests, the Natural Park Lobos River Canyon can also boast of its great Historical legacy.

The park has an area where you can park your motorhome for free, with services such as water loading and unloading, garbage collection or bakery. From there you can choose one of their 19 courses– the majority circular and 12 kilometers– which will allow you to discover a unique landscape without rushing.


Lobos River Canyon Natural Park

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Sierra de Cardeña and Montoro Natural Park, Cordoba

the natural park Sierra de Cadena and Montoroin the region of Los Pedrochesis classified as protected reserve for its diversity of Iberian fauna and flora. If you travel to this corner of the province of Córdoba to breathe fresh air, you should not worry about accommodation, because in the city of The Carpiojust 16 kilometers from the park you will find a free space which has services such as drinking water, toilets or water loading and unloading.


Sierra de Cardeña and Montoro Natural Park

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Picos de Europa Natural Park, Cantabria

If you opt for the north of Spain, the Peaks of Europe they are an excellent choice. And it is that the oldest park in Spain, in Cantabria, is an excellent rural destination for nature lovers who want to enjoy surrounded by high mountains and spectacular landscapes without forgetting the rich history of the region. Here you can do several outdoor activitiesas in the valley of Liebana with routes on horseback or excursions to the monastery of Piasca and Santo Toribio.

In the town of I sewvery close to the valley, you will find a parking area with your motorhome for only 5 euros from the second night and use services such as water loading and unloading, catering and drinking water.


Ercina, one of the lakes of Covadonga, in the Picos de Europa National Park

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Ordesa and Monte Perdido Natural Park, Huesca

We enter the last proposal, in the Pyrenees of Huesca, and we go to Ordesa and Monte Perdidothe second natural park and biosphere reserve the oldest in Spain. Four valleys and a mountain range of glaciers, forests and a wide variety of animal species are its letter of introduction. Here we guarantee that you will feel surrounded by nature.

Take the opportunity to visit some cities of interest located a short distance away such as Torla or Aínsa, or the Broto Valley. They won’t let you down! Remember that in the Otto’s campsite you can park your caravan for only 7 euros per person


The famous Cola de Caballo waterfall in Ordesa National Park, Huesca

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