Coast Camper Roadtrip

Hi all dreamers and explorers!

I am excited to start our new exploration camper roadtrip to all coast side of Italy, blue coast of France until arriving to Valencia which is Costa Brava with our humble camper. Where we will do our first volunteer work in Gandia.

Passing winter in Venice region -with one of the most awful weather possible- reminded us how beautiful is travelling. So we decided to head to the south, hoping the sun we are going to find will help to wake us up from our winter sleep.

After spending time and travelling all around north of Italy, I am very curious about south of Italy, as everybody tells that south and north are completely different than each other. This will be perfect opportunity to show to my Italian husband the south that he has never visited.

I am also happy that I will be able to practice my rusty French and Spanish after a long time.


As you see on the map, we are planing to follow the lentil and stay at the grape. Our estimated stops are:

  • Ancona
  • Bari
  • Polignano a mare
  • Trulli
  • Matera
  • Policastro Bussentino
  • Pompei
  • Naples
  • Ostia
  • Pisa
  • La Spezia
  • Cinque Terre
  • Ventimiglia
  • Marseille
  • Montpellier
  • Perpignan
  • Andorra
  • Barcelona
  • Valencia
  • Gandia


If you are on our way please contact us, commenting here or through my Facebook page. I will be so happy to meet you guys to have a drink and chat about things. 

Wish us luck (I think we’ll need in Naples, I’ve heard some scary stories) & hope to see you.  


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12 thoughts to “Coast Camper Roadtrip”

  1. Pisa: the famous tower, and eat “fiorentina steak” and make a report about the famous “tuscanian elaborate blasfemies”.
    Marseille: l’unité d’ habitacion by Le Corbusier and some good french wine.
    Not too far from Marseille I suggest a visit to the wonderful Avignon.
    Valencia? Check if you can be there for “las fallas”, incredible!

    1. Ciao F! Although my husband says there is nothing much to see in Pisa, yes that’s famous and I don’t want to miss it. I didn’t know that Tuscanians are famous with blasfemies. They must be very creative people 😀
      Thanks for your suggestions. I will definitely keep them in my mind 😉

  2. Love this! New follower :-). Cant wait to meet you and hear about your great adventures

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