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Kite trip in a campervan in Tarifa – Erti’s testimony

Kite trip in a campervan in Tarifa – Erti’s testimony 1200 1600 VanBreak - Campervan and MotorHome Hire in Spain

Discover the experience of Erti and her adventurous kite trip in Tarifa in a campervan. Our Vanbreaker has gone for 2 weeks in a VW California T6 – Ocean. From our agency in Malaga, she headed towards the direction of the province of Cadiz: destination Tarifa! There, she did her kite surfing courses with our partner FreeRide Tarifa. The young lady tells us about her adventure!



Can you introduce yourself?

My name is Erti, I am originally from Taiwan. For the past 3 years I have been living and working in Paris, France.


Erti road trip kitesurf tarifa



Why did you choose to make a kite trip to Tarifa in a campervan? What are the main advantages?

Hopping on a van for a great adventure has always been something at the back of my mind. This desire was reinforced by the positive feedback from friends and colleagues and I have been eager to find the occasion to try it myself. The Campervan rental company Vanbreak and Freeride kite surfing school is the perfect match of the two worlds for me.

There are many advantages of going on a kite camp getaway. It is simple in terms of booking and organizing the trip, moreover it is very reliable in terms of quality of the van as well as the kite surfing courses. Both Vanbreak and Freeride teams are great, they have been very helpful to me throughout my trip. Their availability has made a huge difference, especially as a solo female traveler, or for any type of travelers for that matter.


Could you describe your kite trip experience to Tarifa in the VW California Ocean Campervan? What did you learn during this experience?

The Volkswagen California is one of the best campervans in my opinion. It is designed to offer a very functional use and maximum comfort. I really loved the experience.


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How were the lessons of kitesurf with Freeride Tarifa?

My lessons with Freeride were wonderful. I would say, Freeride instructors like wind wizards. They are very attentive and precise in their explanations, to ensure that you get the best understanding of kitesurfing, theoretically, technically, and practically. I felt greatly confident with them and I am already planning my next trip to go back!


road trip y kitesurf en Tarifa



Is it easy to find spots to spend the night in a Campervan around Tarifa?

Yes, it’s it is very easy to find spots a place around Tarifa. The Park4night  app is an extremely useful to find locations. In addition, Tarifa is a paradise for campervans, you get to meet a lot of nice people along the way, who often provide you with particularly useful advices.


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kite trip a Tarifa Erti


Would you like to try the kite trip in a camper van? Discover the kite surfing courses and book with our partner FreeRide Tarifa!

Discover our other customer stories & testimonials: road trips in Andalusia and various adventures!

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10 reasons for a perfect campervan trip after confinement (COVID-19)

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At VanBreak, we are concerned about the safety and well-being of our clients, and even more in the current conditions that surround us with the coronavirus crisis in Spain. Therefore, we have taken a series of security measures to guarantee you a safe road trip in a campervan after confinement and, most of all, to guarantee the cleanliness and disinfection of our camper vans. You can consult them in the following link.

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Being in a van surrounded by the sea, nature, the mountains… you can relax and have the total tranquility and peace of mind for being away from the crowds of people, away from all kinds of viruses.

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Taking into consideration that all the restaurants and bars will take time to return to normality, you can completely enjoy your campervan since you have all the freedom to prepare a good meal in the kitchen inside the campervan and be mesmerized by the exceptional views with some fresh beers in the fresh air outside . Autonomy is total, it is like being in your own little house, but lost in nature.

travel by campervan after confinement : Eat and drink cheap with a nice view


After several weeks of moving between the living room, the bedroom and the kitchen during the Corona pandemic, it is about time to enjoy freedom and travel throughout Andalusia or perhaps far more than that. Move from East to West with your campervan after confinement, enjoy the Atlantic Ocean, the Mediterranean Sea, the natural parks and the mountains and also park wherever you want.

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To avoid airports and train stations, with the unlimited mileage of our campervans and motorhomes rental at VanBreak, you can travel throughout Spain and all of Europe, if the situation permits. You can go to Galicia to discover the unspoilt beaches, sleep in the mountain peack of the National Park of The Peacks of Europe (the Picos), visit Asturias, these are some great and possible plans to enjoy with your VanBreak van.

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Travelling in one of our fully equipped campervans or motorhomes, gives you the privilege of enjoying your road trip and choosing the most wonderful places to spend the night and sleep peacefully avoiding hotels and camping sites. (You can download the Park4night app to discover the coolest places to sleep).

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On board our campervans and motorhomes, you can use the bathroom, the shower in the  mini motorhome Burstner Citycar, and the portable shower and the dry toilet in the campervans: Volkswagen California. So you don’t have to worry about your personal care and hygiene. In addition, VanBreak offers you a hydroalcoholic disinfectant hand gel.

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Travelling with VanBreak, you can enjoy a series of outdoor physical activities such as walking in nature, running by the sea, practicing yoga, cycling or stand up paddle surfing. Also you can seize the opportunity to practice meditation in exceptional natural sites.

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There is no doubt that after so much time of staying at home, the whole family and especially the kids deserve a getaway break to breathe and have a great time with family or friends too.

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With this mode of travelling, you are totally disconnected from the current events, news and television. It’s time to enjoy our environment and completely disconnect.

We hope to see you soon! Prepare your stuff and reserve your camper van or motorhome. Enjoy the special 15% discount with the code «Libertad15%» …

Travel by campervan after confinement and enjoy the freedom again 😉

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MotorHome rental in Spain: 10 reasons to rent the City Car Burstner

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New to the world of campervans? I was too until last summer when we rented the VW California Ocean from VanBreak Malaga. It’s a great van for taking to the beach or for short journeys in the warmer months. Our second time around though, we opted for the large, better equipped motorhome City Car Burstner for our little offseason road trip to Toledo and Segovia. Bigger isn’t always better, but in this case, especially with the cooler weather, it was a lot better!

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If you’re thinking of renting one of these larger campervans, possibly in the off peak season or winter months, here are 10 reasons that’ll give you that final push you need.


1/ Feel the warmth

The motorhome Burstner City Car comes fully equipped with a special heating system that allows you to use it even when you’re parked. No need to worry about freezing overnight! You can easily adjust the temperature to suit your needs, and it runs on a separate battery than the car engine too.

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2/ Sleeping in a high-quality bed

Our bed was extremely comfortable. Probably better than half of the hotels we have stayed in to be honest. There was plenty of space in the bed area, with lights and charging ports. There are two double beds in this van which you can adjust the height on. It’s great to be able to drive with the bed already made and ready to dive into after a long day of driving!

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3/ Bathroom

Perhaps the biggest advantage this motorhome has is the built in toilet and shower system. The toilet uses the water tank to flush, and a curtain pulls over the toilet while you have a shower. Yes, the van has a hot water system, which is incredible for use in the winter months. You can also open the window on top of the bathroom to allow the air to flow freely. Don’t worry, there are mirrors in there as well! The waste is very easy to dispose of too, and there are indicators inside the van showing how full all of the tanks are.

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4/ Driving in comfort

Let’s take a moment to appreciate the seats in this car. They’re incredibly comfortable for driving in and made of quality leather. They are easy to adjust and have armrests too. Even as a passenger you won’t find yourself moving from time to time trying to get in a more comfortable position. There is also a set of two seats in the living room area in case you have 4 people in the van. The front seats turn around so you can all sit in the living area together too when it’s parked.

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5/ Lighting system

Normally lighting systems aren’t all that interesting, but the ones in this van are great. In the evening you have the option of turning on the overhead lights throughout the van, or you can add a bit of ambiance and use the floor ones instead. There are also individual lights for the bathroom, on top of the sink, and above the table and beds.


6/ Fully equipped kitchen

Both the California Ocean and the City Car have kitchen, but this one is much nicer to cook in. There are two gas burners to use in this kitchen, and a lot of storage space for your food. It comes equipped with kitchen supplies too. The big difference is the size of the fridge, which is significantly larger and has shelves in it, making it easier to store everything. There is also an extra part to the countertop that folds away so you have more space to prepare your meals.

full equiped kitchen in the rv motorhome city car burstner


7/ Living area

The living space in this van is a huge bonus. As I mentioned earlier, the front seats turn around to create the living area, which will have four seats in total. There is a table which can be taken down when you’re driving in case you have guests sitting in the backseats. There are also electricity plugs and USB ports under the table for your convenience. If you don’t want to sit outside in the cold weather, it’s a great space for eating in and very comfortable, with an extendable part to the table as well.

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8/ Storage space

What’s a mini motorhome without storage? The City Car motorhome has a lot more storage than the California Ocean, which is good for those of us that like to overpack! As previously mentioned, there are lots of drawers in the kitchen, but there are also storage cupboards above the living area, under the fridge, and next to the bathroom. Underneath the bed you can also find lots of room to put bigger items or your luggage. It’s great to be able to unpack all of your belongings and have a place for them to go rather than falling over them!

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9/ Wardrobe

This technically counts as storage, but I think it needs a special spotlight. If you’ve ever rented a smaller campervan, you’ll know the struggle of finding places to put larger pieces of clothing such as your coats and jackets. The wardrobe is a great addition to this mini motorhome, and even with your coats hung up there is still a lot of room to put other pieces of clothing too!


10/ A little bit of assistance

As if this van wasn’t incredible enough, it has a little bit of a hidden gadget too. With the press of a button located next to the kitchen, a small step slides out from below the van to help you get inside. So if you have any problems getting into higher vehicles, or if you travel with children, this van’s got you covered.

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If these 10 reasons aren’t enough for you, why don’t you try one of the City Car’s out for yourself! I can guarantee you’ll love the ability to travel the open road with the fitted luxury of hotel amenities.

Krista the Explorer

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Roadtrip in South of Spain in a campervan Kombi VW: interview with Erika

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Five things you really don’t need on a roadtrip in Campervan

You’re about to set off for a Van Break adventure! I say adventure because a road trip is essentially an adventure. If you’re a city dweller such as I am, chances are that you’re preparing a bag full of things you’ll really don’t need while you are riding on Andalusian roads.

Here are the top five things that you’ll really don’t need:

– [For girls and hipsters]: a full beauty case with lots of different creams and products. My Van Breaker companion Marie broke into laughter when she discovered that I had a hand cream! Well, Marie, I have creams for everything! She was happy though to use my eye cream, the perfect remedy for puffy eyes after a looooooooooong night in the wild countryside.

– Different clothes for every day: Definitely not useful… especially if you do wild camping like we’re doing. I have to confess that I’ve been wearing my boyfriend’s sweater day and night on top of the same shorts and T shirts for two days in row. That’s the spirit of feeling like a natural woman 😉 ·

– [Girls again! Boys, please don’t read further!] I took off my bra the minute I left Malaga and it feels amazing. When can we girls walk braless under a T-shirt without feeling awkward except for this kind of holiday?? It’s part of girl trip: FREEDOM, FREEDOM, FREEDOM!

– A laptop: even if you need to stay connected, write or post your adventures -which is our case, a smartphone is enough to do all that!

– Regarding van life, you’ll be amazed by the comfort, design and equipment of your camper van. We cruise with a California Beach that has everything you need in there from kitchen ware to bath towels, a portable shower that rocks for bush showers and a bed sheet… So your sleeping bag is really the main thing you need as well as your own sheet to keep you warm inside it! That’s all folks! You need a free spirit and lust for life 😉, Andalusia does the magic and Van Break allows you to focus on what’s key: ENJOY!


Let’s take a break from Parisian life, let’s take a Van Break!

Marie and I are both living hectic Parisian lives. When I told Marie that we had the opportunity to go for a week holiday in a Kombi VW driving through Andalusia, the answer was immediate: YES! Another kind of proposal, that one was a promise of a fabulous road trip in gorgeous Southern Spain.

A few years back, we spent some holidays together in Corsica and Brittany. I knew that we had the same way of enjoying holidays: no big planning ahead, go with the flow – but not with tourist crowds, and fill the unforgiving minute with sixty seconds’ worth of distance run*. We both went through an intense first semester in our jobs and personal lives, thus feeling in great need for a break in the calm and empty countryside. More to come in the next post!



They’ll be coming ‘round the mountains when they come…

We landed in Malaga on Monday 1st May morning after a very short night… What a sight: this shiny yellow Beach California VW parked in front of the airport! Can’t miss it! It’s an Andalusian sun shade, that set the color palette of our trip.

Here comes the best part: discovering all the features of the Van Break campervan. It’s a design masterpiece: every appliance or piece of furniture pulls out of its hiding place: picnic table stuck in the sliding door, chairs stored in a case in the trunk door, amazing sliding roof that reveals a complementary sleeping bunk! Once ready to hit the road, Aurélien & his Van Break crew ask us over coffee where we’re heading. Let’s be very clear here, Marie is the captain, I’m just the pilot!  “We’re going to see Ronda and the white villages. We’ll take the mountain roads through natural parks, where we can camp in the wild!”

Yes Captain!

First lunch break on the way to Ronda in the town of Coín, in the luxurious valley of the Rio Grande. May 1st is Labor Day in Spain, as in many other countries. We stop in a crowded restaurant with Gypsy Kings music at full blast, with Andalusians families enjoying this festive day off loudly! In my next post, I want to share with you the sheer pleasure of driving this amazing van!

Post 4 Life is a ride: Driving on mountain roads with a Beach California

Let me share some of my van and driving memories from other times and places! I had the chance to travel with a camper van both on the Western Coast of Australia and in the Southern Island of New Zealand. At that time, I was with a seasoned driver who drove all along in a Maui camper van. Now, on this Andalusian road trip, we take turns to drive with Marie. I took the wheel on the first day at the airport. I also wanted to drive on the sinewy roads through the Sierras because I’ve always enjoyed driving in such conditions in Spain and Italy. I get the feel of sliding into a rally driver’s shoes 😉

I don’t intend to spoil your discovery of the van capabilities, but let me sum this up for you: great horsepower and very easy to handle! When covering 30km takes in an hour in dire conditions, you need a dependable vehicle, and that’s exactly what the new Beach California from Volkswagen is! You very quickly get to know your van’s engine, and how to handle it without thinking; you just need to focus on the road!

By the way, Andalusian drivers are up to their reputation: fast drivers and sometimes a bit reckless… When they’re bumper to bumper with our van, I’d rather let them overtake us and keep on driving at my pace. Pleasure doesn’t necessarily mean speed and insecure behavior!


Kids, in a Kombi VW road trip nothing good happens after 9PM!

It’s a beginner’s mistake, right? Aurélien had warned us: don’t wait till it’s dark to find a spot for the night. There’s no big constraint with the camper van: it’s smaller than a mobile home and can be parked on a regular spot in any town. But we, Van Breaker girls, have got great expectations for this road trip and we wanted from Day 1 to see the sun rise in a pristine and wild area! Well, we hardly followed the safe procedure to do so on the first night!

Our first day in Andalusia was epic, as you’ll shortly discover… After a drive West from Malaga, we finally got to Ronda. Marie was so eager to visit this Andalusian white village. But we were also both knackered from our early morning flight, the drive, the Andalusian May heat… We stopped in Ronda for evening tapas – I mean Spanish evening here around 8PM. We couldn’t figure out where the historical center was. We ended up drowning our disappointment into a pint of beer. 9PM ticking… “We should take off”, said Marie.

She was right indeed, but it was a bit too late. After wandering in the outskirts of Ronda, we made up our minds on a small path supposedly leading to the woods that Marie remembered on our way to Ronda. BAAAAD IDEA! Imagine the caricature of a couple arguing in a car…

– Pull over, it’s here!

– Stop your nonsense, that’s not the path, this leads to nowhere! Anyway, I can’t pull over in the night at the last minute…

We ended up camping near a viewpoint, Gate of the Winds (Puerta de los Vientos). Once we had parked, we still had to prepare the van for a good night sleep… Marie running completely out of batteries and I being emotionally drained! Now you understand: kids, when you’re in a campervan, don’t wait till it’s dark to prepare for the night! By the way, we survived that windy night even if we were a bit scared and woke up at the sound of  the shepherd’s whip and hails.


Delving into the Andalusian culture in Ronda

The next day was dedicated to visiting cliff-hung Ronda and its remains of Andalusian archeology and history. The town was a sweet spot for romantic artists and authors such as Rainer Maria Rilke, Orson Welles or Ernest Hemingway. They appreciated it for its eye-catching views over the canyons and mountains. This geographical stronghold was preserved from the industrial revolution until the early XX century.

Near the new bridge, all crowds were converging to a small kiosk surrounded by a flowery garden, where a duet of musicians played a guitar and harp concert. Ronda is up to its romantic reputation!  But my favorite white village was a smaller one, we landed in afterwards: Montejaque. I’m a bit biased here because we had the best mojitos ever in there! More seriously, the village is less crowded and offers insight to visitors on beautiful wall panels. There’s an old lavatory with a huge stone basin at the center of Montejaque, small fountains, statues…

We also met with Felipe, in Montejaque, a local man who chatted with us, gave us some guidance and directions to continue our road trip. He rightly pointed out that we were as white skinned as the table we were sitting… Could we take it as compliment? Let’s suppose so 😉 We’ll do something about that tan when we reach the beach, but for now we just want to enjoy the Sierras!


The train seldom stops in Gaucin

Wait a minute: how did we end up staying for a night near Gaucin train station? Let’s be honest not the cutest place on earth! Oh right, we spent an afternoon walking in a cork oaks forest, following a river. We were like kids in a candy shop with all the surrounding birds, herbs (peppermint, sage…) and gorgeous wild flowers. I’m not gonna pretend I was able to recognize many of them, I’m a city girl, remember?!

After this relaxing walk, we left this spot with our Van Break camper van through a winding track full of pigeon holes… Andalusian Sierra driving, level 3!!!  This track lead to a more decent road, which took us to Gaucin train station at dusk. There we stopped, afraid to spend another evening looking for a good place to stay. So, let me tell you this: even freight trains seldom stop in Gaucin. That’s all for today folks!


Showering in the bush, one of my favorite camper life moments!

You’re starting to know me now: I’m a girly girl! I love my beauty rituals. How do you handle when you don’t stop in camping? Well, you use the portable shower provided by Van Break and wash in the bush.

Again, great memories come back to me: showers with bucket and a natural sponge in the Moroccan desert, but also in central Australian bush or in Burkina Faso. I can easily give up the comfort and efficiency of a full blown hot shower to enjoy the simple pleasure of washing myself in a beautiful natural setting. My two favorite shower times were in the Sierras, near an olive plantation and near a river (rio) lined with Eucalypt trees.


Tale of the unknown lake… and the famous beaches!

The running joke of our stay in the Andalusian Sierras was the search for the unknown lake… A less philosophical tale than Jose Saramago’ Tale of the unknown island though 😉 We were set on bathing in mountain lakes that we could see on the map. But guess what: we could never find any! We discovered virtually dried up ponds or unreachable dams, but a lake suitable for bathing, never! Fair enough, we bathed in rivers!

Everyone urged us to go the famous kite surf beaches of Tarifa and Zahara de los Atunes, and reach Vejer de la Frontera and Barbate. We spent a windy afternoon on the Tarifa beach and the nearby Tarifa beach club – back to civilization after the wild life! We did feel like moderately clean hermits coming out their caves; we had indeed stayed a night near the cave of the Hundidero. Our closest neighbors were eagles and other impressive prey birds. We had also walked in the footsteps of wild boars… We wanted adventure, we got it!

Anyway, we chose the amazing beach of Playa del Carmen to spend two full lazy days. The beach is huge and almost deserted at this time of the year except for some tourists and local people. Andalusian families started arriving on Friday night. During our stay in Zahara de los Atunes, the town of Playa del Carmen, we enjoyed some shopping, gourmet food and lengthy picnics on the beach. We met with Rafael, a very nice beach volunteer who made us feel at home on our (forbidden) camping spot 😉

We spent some time asking ourselves whether we should head north on the coast to Vejer de la Frontera, but we made up our minds against it: we needed a break from road trip life. It’s already Saturday. On our way back to Malaga, we stop for our last beach afternoon in Fuenjirola, a seaside resort near Marbella. First and last huge turron ice cream, last sun bath…

– Can you believe that we’re going back to Paris tomorrow morning?

– Don’t tell me about it!

We’ll meet with Van Break co-founders, Aurélien and Olivier before heading back home. In my next post, I’ll tell you about these guys that allowed us to experience such a beautiful road trip!

4 reasons (from many) why traveling in a campervan is superfun!

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4 reasons (from many) why traveling in a Campervan is super fun!


If you could live anywhere, wouldn’t you want to live everywhere?

A little while ago, my French friends who had just started their company VanBreak Malaga  came up with the best idea. They asked me to test one of their newest campervans, the Volkswagen California Beach for a road trip from Malaga (Spain) to Faro (Portugal)…a route along the most beautiful coasts of Europe. A verrrry welcome break after some intensive hikes so I didn’t need much time to say YES :).

The days before I left I couldn’t think of anything else then driving around in my bikini all day. Dreaming of camping on beaches and gathering around a campfire while drinking beers under the stars.

Guess what? The reality was e-xac-tly like this. What an experience! It was hard to say goodbye to my new “home” after 6 days of living like a gypsie. This way of traveling perfectly represent exactly what I am about; flexible travel, finding your own way, getting an authentic and fulfilling travel experience, traveling with – and making new – friends.



There’s no freer, more satisfying feeling than packing your (few) belongings into a van and taking off on the long open road, with nothing but some good tunes, good friends or lover and the tarmac for company. And…road tripping in a campervan is not only for hardcore adventure seekers and outdoor lovers. With a shower on board (cold, but this will warm up during the day), a little kitchen, and a pretty comfortable bed, this way of traveling is suitable even for the less experienced camper.


1. Freedom

This is absolutely the best reason and the beauty of road tripping in a campervan. You can go wherever you want to. Just so long as there’s a road and you’ve not run out of petrol you’re perfectly fine. You are completely free to go and stop & sleep where ever you want! Today you’re in Paris, tomorrow you sleep at the beach in Spain and in a week you’re checking out Rome! Navigated to a place but you don’t really like it? Don’t worry and look for that perfect spot! Even sleeping in the middle of a city is possible (and saves you loooooot’s of money on expensive hotels). #your home is where you park your van 😉



2. You sleep on the most exclusive places

There are few five star hotels in the world that will offer you as unrivalled immersion and breathtaking views in nature as a van will. You can literally sleep on the beach, feel the breeze of the sea and hear the mesmerizing sound of rolling waves (which made me pee a lot, but hey that’s part of the deal). Come the morning, it will just be you and the birds watching the sun rise over the horizon. Waking up with the sunlight in your face is the best feeling in the world!


Yes, it can be a bit creaky and a little less comfortable than a five star bed but that’s the charm!



3. It’s a cheap way to travel

Camping in a van is the cheapest way to travel (not counting a tent and a bike, but you’ve got to be bloody fit and feel like it to cycle around with a tent). It’s accommodation and transport all rolled into one, so if you’re looking for adventure, it’s the way forward.

When I stay in a luxurious hotel resort, I get so bored after a couple of hours near the pool that the only way to entertain myself is to go shopping or to order food and drinks, and more drinks, and more food. When you do a road trip, you will be grateful for all your adventures and beautiful views, so you won’t need much entertainment. The most amazing moments are the mornings when you have your freshly brewed coffee while enjoying the sunset from your bed, and pick nicks on the beach with stinky cheese, some bread and cheap ass wine. This way of living saves you at least one bottle of Moet a day.



Stock up with snacks, water and other drinks from supermarkets instead of getting them from the service stations on route. You will save lots of money.


4. Everyday is an adventure

From deciding where you’re going to sleep, eat and shower, from one day to the next, it will never be the same! Each day, a new road will take you to a new place, a new view, a new community and a new way of life. Each day you will be lucky enough to meet new people from all walks of life, and learn things without realizing.



Camping in a campervan definitely takes you off the beaten path. While looking for cool places to stay, we often drove into small roads, not knowing where to end up…and found the most beautiful places. In addition to hotels booking up, a lot of places you end up with your campervan in the search for a beautiful spot are very rural with few hotel options, especially the areas near or, even better ON the beach. With a campervan you avoid driving to and from your hotel every day, allowing you to spend more time in these beautiful off-the-beaten-path places where accommodations are limited.



I loved the sense of freedom that came with this road trip. The idea that you can head for the horizon and never come back. I might consider living like this for the coming few years…;)

For more info contact VanBreak Malaga


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Kitesurf and road trip to Tarifa : learn kite and stay in a camper van

Kitesurf and road trip to Tarifa : learn kite and stay in a camper van 1500 1124 VanBreak - Campervan and MotorHome Hire in Spain

TARIFA : Kitesurf and Campervan

Looking for more fluidity in your stay? Discover another way to travel with VanBreak and Freeride Tarifa by combining the Andalusian tour with sports activities such as kitesurfing. This is what we offer you to ensure you a seamless journey. Pick up your van in Malaga and come directly to Tarifa to start your kitesurf experience during 5 days to become a intermediate rider.

After Tarifa you will be free to continue your trip and stroll to the sandstone of your wishes and if there was any lack of ideas you can follow our suggested itinerary to lead you to the discovery of some fascinating and unusual places: surfing session at El Palmar, enjoy a mojito for the sunset at Caños de Meca… As life is a ride, you will decide “when” and “where” you want to take the road.



Kitesurf camp in Tarifa, from March to November

 Highlights Camp :

  • 20 hours of kitesurfing lessons
  • IKO certified instructors
  • Level: beginners, intermediates riders
  • 2 persons per instructor
  • Brand new Naish kitesurf equipment
  • Volswagen California T6
  • Camper Van for 2-4 persons
  • Van Camp available from 12 days
  • 5 days to visit the countryside



Your daily scheduling includes one kite session of 2 hours in the morning, a break for lunch time to take energy and an other kite session of 2 hours during the afternoon.

You will learn kitesurfing through 3 main stages which are kite controle, boddy drag and waterstart. We will teach you the self-rescue technique to become an independente rider. No experience is needed for this activity, you just have to be able to swim.

See in details FreeRide Tarifa lesson plan



VANBREAK: Ride & Stay

Come enjoy this trip in Califonia Beach Van to live the best road trip ever, driving the Volswagen California T6.

This Camper Van owns a large living space and a big safe. Equipped with 2 double beds, an indoor lounge, the Beach Van is perfect for family and group of friends to visit the countryside and have a total onboard comfort. We provide you all necessary equipment to live in complete autonomy.

See the equipment included




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