Motorhome Hire in Corunna, La Coruna, Spain
La Coruna Motorhome Camper Van is and ideal way to visit Galicia the region of North Spain. Motorhomes are used as support vehicles for walks on parts of the Comino .Confusingly, Corunna in English is spelt la Coruna in Spanish and A Coruna in the region of Galicia , but all refer to the same district and conurbation in northern Spain.La Coruna, the provincial capital, and the seaport city of Ferrol is close to Santiago de Compostela, the Galician capital. The area is also famous for its many fishing villages, amongst the most notable of which are Ribeira and Finisterre, the latter of which lies on the infamous “coast of death” (costa da morte).The port itself unloads large amounts of fresh fish, and with the increase in other port activities like crude oil and solid bulk, which make up 75% of Galician port traffic. La Coruna and the surrounding region of Galicia is famous for Albarino wines which is an eccellent local white wine ideal with fish dishes.
La Coruna Motorhome Camper Van offer excellent Motorhome or Campervan hire rates for La Coruna Spain. To get a Motorhome hire quotation simple go to the Motorhome Hire section on our website and use our quotation and campervan booking engine.
La Coruna Motorhome Camper Van – useful info and links
You are welcome to travel to all EU countries with your motorhome rental; there are no restrictions. We can recommend the coast of Spain for its beauty and famous Mediterranean beaches.
La Coruna Motorhome Camper Van
hire is an ideal way to discover the long sandy beaches of Spain. As you are not tied to a hotel, you can use your camping car to stay at more remote locations.
Corunna, La Coruna Airport Spain – http://www.aena.es
High Speed Train Timetable Spain – http://www.renfe.es
Car Hire Corunna, La Coruna, Spain https://www.worldwide-motorhome-hire.com/products/rental-cars/europe/spain
Motorhome Driving Tours in Spain: https://www.worldwide-motorhome-hire.com/resources/drives/spain/
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This was our first trip to Spain and we certainly were captivated by the region and Santiago de Compostela. We did not realize how many people walk the Camino. Thank you for the lovely clean RV.