Traveling by motorhome with children: Three routes through the Region of Valencia

15 de December de 2021
Traveling by motorhome with children is a wonderful adventure for the whole family. In this article we want to show you three itineraries to enjoy by motorhome in the Region of Valencia. 

The Region of Valencia has many charming places that we can explore by motorhome with children. If you want to experience it but you don't have a motorhome, we recommend renting a motorhome from AC-LLAR is a great option. Their fleet of motorhomes has an average age of 9 months, you can choose the model that best suits your travel needs and they are perfectly checked, sanitized and equipped.

Are you ready for adventure? Which route will you choose?

Route 1: The Province of Castellón and its hinterland

The province of Castellón is beautiful and deserves to be explored in depth

Ruta 1 en autocaravana

Día 1: Empezamos en la playa

We suggest starting this route in Benicàssim where in summer you can enjoy the beach or the Aquarama water park. Other activities, ideal for any time of the year, are to ride the miniature trains in the Parc del Trenet on Sundays or visit the Torre de Sant Vicent. The tower's mission was to guard and defend the coast from attacks by corsairs. There are visits using virtual reality goggles that children will love.

The camping Bonterra Resort is an ideal campsite in Benicàssim to use as a base: A stone's throw from the beach and with swimming pool and activities. 

Day 2: Adventure activities and Morella

If you feel like enjoying adventure activities in nature, Viunatura is just 30 minutes away from Benicàssim by motorhome. They organize different activities such as canyoning, caving, kayaking, archery, climbing or via Ferrata, specially tailored for children and adults to share a unique experience.

In another half an hour you will arrive to Morella, a medieval village, and one of the most beautiful villages in Spain, with an impressive castle. From the castle you have the best views of the village. 

Day 3: Back to the coast

After the visit to Morella, we head back to the coast to visit towns like Vinaròs, Peñíscola, or Oropesa del Mar. You can choose to stay an extra night to explore the towns at your leisure.

Route 2: The Province of Valencia and its hinterland

The province of Valencia has some hidden surprises to explore with children in a motorhome!

Valencia en autocaravana

Día 1: Valencia y alrededor

We start the route in Valencia city, where we suggest visiting the Ciutat de les Arts y les Ciències. Children will love the interactive exhibitions at the Museu de les Ciències and the movies at the Hemisfèric.

To get to know the city a little better, we suggest doing an interesting family tour with the company Turiart. They organize a family tour every saturday.

Near Valencia is the town of El Puig, where they also organize theatrical routes to learn more about its past. You can spend the night in camping Devesa Gardens, in the Albufera natural park.

Day 2: Follow the river 

From Valencia our route takes us to Cofrentes in the inland of the province. We pass through Buñol where Actio often organizes activities and routes for families, a mandatory stop if you are traveling with children in a motorhome!

Once in Cofrentes we can choose to do adventure activities like going up the volcano by train, take a river cruise on the Júcar river or visit the castle.

Day 3: The inland of the province

We take advantage of the morning in Cofrentes to take a walk along the river and continue our route by motorhome with children to Ayora where we can visit its castle, or take a walk along the red string trail to get to know the town better. You only have to follow the red mark on the ground!

If you want to finish the trip with a bit of beach, head to Gandia or Cullera to enjoy the beach before returning home.


Ruta 3: La Provincia de Alicante, por la costa

En esta ruta exploramos la costa de Alicante en autocaravana con niños con algún desvío hacia el interior.

Alicante en autocaravana

Day 1: Dénia and surroundings

We start our trip in Dénia, to enjoy its beaches and bays in summer or its restaurants and castle in winter, and we drive to the villages of the Costa Blanca such as Jávea, Calpe, Altea to finish in Benidorm with its impressive buildings. We can spend the night in Camping Armanello in Benidorm, a campsite with all the services for families. 

Day 2: An impressive castle

We continue our route south and in El Campello we turn inland to visit Villena and its impressive castle.
We return to Elche to explore its impressive palm grove. There are several routes that you can do with kids from the tourist office. Ask for the adventurer Ili Palmir's routes: you will get a map to look for dragons in Elche.
We suggest spending the night at the Camping la Marina Resort on the coast and enjoy its pools and slides. 

Day 3: home

It will be difficult to leave Camping La Marina, so we suggest you enjoy the pools during the morning before returning home. If you travel to Calpe again, stop in Santa Pola to watch the birds that live there, you may see flamingos!