The Valencian Community is the perfect place to organize trips by campervan. It has beautiful beaches, ideal cities for sightseeing and nightlife and the most picturesque landscapes. And what better way to explore the Spanish coastline than at your own pace?
It is the best way to organize the trip of your dreams, stopping wherever you like and not skipping any must-see places. In addition, you are free to wild camp if you so wish without sacrificing comfort. The best thing is that the Valencian Community has a very well maintained road network, beach and mountain landscapes, as well as campsites where you can spend the night. Shall we dive into the best routes by campervan?
Route 1: from Valencia to Denia along the coast
This first route starts in the city of Valencia, a must-see in the Valencian Community. This city is famous for its futuristic architecture, beaches and gastronomy. You can visit the City of Arts and Sciences, stop at the Albufera, a natural space with lagoons and rice fields, and enjoy nature. But we also recommend you sit overlooking the Malvarrosa beach and eat a good paella.
Afterwards, continue on your journey to Gandía, a city known for its golden beaches and incredible nightlife. It is a must-see in the Valencian Community if you like atmosphere and a good party. You can also relax on the beach, visit the Palau Ducal dels Borja or enjoy any other cultural plan, because the options in Gandia are almost endless.
Continue on to Jávea, a charming coastal town with hidden coves and impressive architecture. We recommend relaxing on the beaches with crystal clear waters, exploring the Cabo de la Nao and visiting the old town. You can finish this first campervan route in nearby Denia. This city stands out for its castle, its panoramic views from the Montgó and, of course, its variety of fresh seafood in the port.
Route 2: route by campervan from Xàtiva to Morella
For those who prefer to enjoy the inland charm, this route will take you through some of the more hidden gems in the Valencian Community. The campervan route starts in Xàtiva with its imposing castle and the views it offers as it is located on the top of two hills.
Afterwards, continue on to Alcoy, a city surrounded by mountains where you can enjoy an authentic and picturesque experience. Alcoy is well known for its Easter Week and its Moors and Christians Festival, two events that reflect the rich history of the region.
Continue on the route to Guadalest, a small village built on top of a mountain. Here you can visit the San José castle and the Museo de Microminiaturas, which houses an amazing collection of miniature works of art.
Round off the trip in Morella, a walled city full of history and medieval charm. You can walk through its narrow cobblestone streets, visit the castle of Morella and enjoy the atmosphere in a city that lives and breathes history.
Route 3: from Castellón to Peñíscola along the Costa Azahar
This route by campervan is perfect to discover the north of the Valencian Community, known as the Costa Azahar. It starts in Castellón and travels along the beaches of Benicàssim, famous for its fine sand and crystal clear waters. Benicàssim is also known for its music festival, the FIB, which attracts music lovers from all over the world.
Then, visit Oropesa del Mar, a great place to rest and relax on its large beaches. It also has tourist and cultural options, as the city has so much history that is reflected in its streets and monuments.
Finally, you will reach Peñiscola with an impressive seafront castle and cobblestone streets. Peñiscola Castle is a must-see and offers panoramic views of the Mediterranean. Enjoy the unique combination of history and natural beauty that this destination offers.
Route 4: from Alicante to Calpe through Marina Baixa
The city of Alicante is a good place to start a campervan route through the Valencian Community. It is the perfect place to enjoy urban beaches and, of course, to visit the Santa Barbara Castle. Alicante is also known for its lively nightlife and its promenade, lined with bars and restaurants.
Continue on the route to Villajoyosa, known for its colorful houses facing the sea and its stunning beaches. This charming fishing village is famous for its chocolate, so you can't leave without tasting the local delicacies.
Afterwards, visit Altea, a white village on the coast with cobblestone streets and panoramic views. Altea is well known for its church with blue and white tiled domes, as well as for its art and craft galleries.
Finally, the route ends in Calpe, home to the imposing Peñón de Ifach, a nature reserve with spectacular views and trails. In addition to exploring the Peñon, you can relax on the beaches of Calpe and enjoy the lively maritime life.
The best way to make any of these routes in the Valencian Community is to rent a campervan in Valencia or Alicante with OK Mobility. Choose your favorite route, where you want to stop and let yourself be surprised by what each place has in store for you!