Nadia in Madrid

4 x Vanlife Tips For Visiting Madrid

1. Park Outside of The City We had heard from fellow vanlifers that by parking in Madrid, you run the risk of having your bus graffitied. So instead of parking in Madrid itself, we stayed in one of the quieter areas on the outskirts called Pinto and got the train into the center of Madrid

Caminito Del Rey, Spain

The Vanlifer’s Guide to the Caminito Del Rey, Spain

I’d wanted to hike the breathtaking cliff-side hike of the Caminito Del Rey for a long time, ever since I read the blog post on “Spain’s Most Dangerous Hike” on the Expert Vagabond blog way back in 2014. Reading about Mr Vagabond’s death-defying experience of making his way along perilous crumbling paths piqued my interest,

Van Interior VW Bus 1969

Our Top Vanlife Location in Southern Spain

As we’re about to embark on an epic adventure, we thought that we would make use of our last week of calm to let you in on our favorite vanlife location from the past six months on the road. Since picking up our van in rainy Wales, we’ve driven through England, France, and Spain, stopping

Malaga, Spain

A Digital Nomad’s Guide to Malaga

For the Digital Nomad, finding a destination that ticks all of the boxes can be tough. On our recent travels, we found that Malaga, on the Costa Del Sol in Spain happens to be one of those gems! Combining great places to work, convenience, adventure, and a low cost of living! We ended up staying