Camping in Madrid

5 in Spain, Madrid

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2020, 2018, 2016, 2015

Caravanning El Escorial
Spain, Madrid, El Escorial

El Escorial is very large and everything on site is on a grand scale – indeed a bicycle is very useful for getting around. There...

Included in our guides:

2021, 2016, 2015, 2014

Camping Pico de la Miel
Spain, Madrid, La Cabrera

Pico de la Miel is a very large site 60 km. north of Madrid. Mainly a long stay site for residents of Madrid, there are...

Madrid

The region of Madrid lies right in the middle of the Spanish mainland bordering Castilla-La Mancha and Castilla and Leon. At the centre lies the city of Madrid, which since the 16th century has been the country’s capital.

The region of Madrid is a one province autonomy, also called Madrid. The mountainous region of Madrid can be divided into two areas: the Sierra, in the north and west of the region, which includes part of Somosierra and Guadarrama; and the central and southern parts, where the area is flatter and forms part of the plateau of La Mancha and La Alcarria. Founded by the Moors in the ninth Century, Madrid is now a modern, vibrant city offering innumerable attractions to the visitor. Its architectural heritage is immense. Some of the oldest parts of Madrid lie around the Puerta del Sol; a good starting place for exploring the city. Full of outdoor restaurants and bars, Plaza Mayor is considered to be one of the finest in Spain, and in summer becomes an outdoor theatre and music stage. The city also has a large number of parks and gardens, among them el Retiro, the Botanical Gardens, the Parque del Oeste and the Casa de Campo; and numerous museums and art galleries. Outside the capital, the Sierra de Madrid is ideal for winter sports and the beautiful town of Aranjuez, home to the Royal Palace and glorious gardens, is a popular retreat from the city.