Rent your McRent Motorhome in Naron close to Ferrol and visit a town that still has the charming fishing village flair from many years ago. Once a fishing village, later a military enclave, Ferrol is a town known for its contrasts
Travel with your rented motorhome to the old town of Ferrol and go through tiny old alleys and galleries that make you feel like you’re still walking through the old fishing village. In the 19th Century the “Teatro Cofre” was known as a meeting point for many students and known as a center of bourgeoisie. Watch the people’s lifestyle while sitting outside in a café.
On the tracks of the former military enclave, you should stop at the military church “San Francisco”, which is built on top of an old monastery / convent from the 14th century. Admirable are the sacristy and chapel of the neo-classical building.
Stop with your McRent motorhome at the “Fuente de San Roque” which is made out of stone and protects the oldest heraldic coat of arms of the city. It shows a tower and a fork and the words on it are said to mean “close harbor”.
You should definitely go see the castles of San Felipe and La Palma or take a stop at the defensive walls of “La Cortina”.
If you feel like sun and fun with your family at the beach, drive with your rented motorhome to the beaches “Playa de Doninos” and “Playa de San Xorxe”. You have the possibility to do watersports like sailing, diving or surfing. Doesn’t this sound like some family fun?
The Bulwark “San Juan” is a perfect view point to overlook the sea since the park is located right above the harbor and also offers a far reaching view over the surrounding area.
The famous holy week festivals are taking place in March or April, depending on the ongoing Christian calendar and are totally worth being part of. So don’t forget to stop by if you’re travelling in March / April.
Look forward to a voyage of discovery through the autonomous region Galicia and spend your motorhome vacation at the Atlantic coast with endless possibilities of fun and joy with the whole family.