We offer information on parking sites and overnight stopovers (for max. 24h) in interesting places off the beaten track. More than 250 locations across the Spanish Peninsula are part of our network and welcome you to pay them a visit or stay overnight - while you can discover the local gastronomy or wine production. Here you can undoubtedly find nice souvenirs of our trip to Spain. At the same time we offer comprehensive information on more than 800 motorhome and campervan service areas included in our accompanying map.

What does España Discovery stand for?

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How does it work?


Come to Spain!

Would you like to wake up here?

Surrounded by nature, far from the hustle and bustle of the campsites and hotel facilities, but in the vicinity of interesting cultural monuments, culinary highlights or wild beaches?


Sustainable tourism, supporting local producers and all available in 5 languages!!

We also actively support sustainable and green tourism. This means we make sure that the motorhomers reduce their environmental footprint and leave the places they visit clean and in the same state as they have found them. Our philosophy is to support local producers or farms dedicated to traditional and organic food or wines at km0- everything available in five languages!


"See the world. It is more fantastic than any dream." Ray Bradbury

We provide you with information on the best interesting stopovers and motorhome and camper van services areas in Spain (including in our folding map). And there are some practical tips for camper lovers. Including our network over 300 partners -wineries, organic farms, and other unusual accommodation possibilities away from the well known tourists hubs


Map to Motorhome Service Areas. Included with ED Guide

Simple and useful fold-out map of 69x48cm. More than 800 service areas in Spain. Reports: Area types, GPS coordinates(degrees, minutes, seconds) and services available.
A full color on glossy coated paper of 115 grs.
Easy to carry and convenient. 



Eudald Massana Noya

Eudald Massana Noya / Organic Viticulture, page 113 of the España Discovery guide GPS 41º22'52''N, 01º46'51''E. Eudald will welcome you and show his organic vineyards, he will tell about his family of farmers / vintners, about biodynamic and natural fertilizers and about grapes varieties: Macabeo, Xarel-lo and Parellada.
"It is a story of 9 generations dedicated to the vineyard. Farmers who have worked the land since the eighteenth century."
(to see more hosts go to main menu and click blog or/and Google Maps)


Giró del Gorner

Giró del Gorner, page 119 of the España Discovery guide GPS 41º24'05''N, 01º43'11''E. It is a winery with a lovely family history. "For years the farm was a place of passage, it was common for the stagecoaches to stop to refresh the horses and rest the travelers. This feeling of welcome has lasted for years until today. Until the nineteenth century the agricultural production of the the Estate was made up of cereals, olive trees, fruit trees and vineyards.Between 1887 and 1896 the great-grandfather of the current winegrower, Antonio Giró i Lloret had to face the phylloxera...(keep reading and discover more hosts, see the blog below)


Art Cava

Be ready to start the route through the El Penedés and its famous cellars of cava (spanish champagne) and wine.
Photo: Enoturisme PenedèsWhat is a Celler? "Celler is a word belonging to the Catalan language, which means cellar. The typical Catalan Masía (farmhouse) used to have their own cellar, situated underground in a cool and dark place in which they kept not only wine or cava but also other foods, such as oil, sausages or jams." (keep reading and discovery more in our blog)