Andalusia is one of Europe’s most spectacular destinations for a campervan or motorhome holiday.

At Flamenco Campers we believe that Southern Spain has it all. The best climate in Europe, stunning national parks, snowy mountain peaks, golden beaches, historic towns and villages, and a fascinating culture.

Yet with almost 90,000 square kilometres of Andalusia to explore, there’s too much to see in just one campervan holiday.

So we thought we’d give you some inspiration, with a list of 10 unmissable places you should consider visiting on a Flamenco Campers holiday here in sunny Southern Spain.

Please note some of these attractions require reservations in advance. If you are travelling in mid- to high- season, please book well in advance.

1.- Caminito del Rey – Málaga Province

The ‘World’s Scariest Walkway’ is a memorable experience for all the family

The kings path

This unique walkway, known as the King’s Pathway, is a spectacular hiking route that passes through a stunning gorge and valley. Almost 3 kilometres of the recently restored and rebuilt walkway run directly alongside the rock face of the gorge offering spectacular views – a truly unique experience.

The hiking route includes a ‘wow’ factor suspension bridge across the gorge. The route is well-designed with up to date safety features and is suitable for all the family including kids over 8 years old. Just make sure you are wearing proper covered shoes. The attraction provides hard hats to all walkers.

The surrounding countryside is well worth exploring in your campervan or motorhome. Known as Andalusia’s Lake District, the landscape is punctuated with lakes of emerald green water where you can go kayaking and swimming. This destination is less than an hour’s drive from Flamenco Campers’ base and makes for a superb start to a campervan or motorhome adventure in Southern Spain. You can find campsites and parking areas that welcome campers.

Information: https://reservas.caminitodelrey.info/?lang=en