TVR Owners Tour of Spain

12 –23 April 2023

We had a blast on the 2022 TVR Tour so we’re hoping 2023 will be even better. The Plymouth departure worked quite well so we’re repeating that—the ferry sets sail just before 4.00PM and the extra miles to Plymouth more than make up for the extra hours (many) on the Portsmouth crossing
We start at Aranda de Duero at Finca Torremilanos—a wonderful country house on a wine estate converted into a hotel; it’s close enough to the Port to be comfortable and far enough away to get acclimatised to Spanish roads. They produce excellent red wines and it’s a wonderful haven of peace. After Torremilanos we cross the Gredos mountains to go to Toledo—a world heritage city. No need to rush—we have two nights at Toledo and there is so much to see and do
After Toledo we head South to Durcal just south of Granada – you can tank it down the motorway or use the national roads, almost as quick and usually empty. Durcal is a great hotel, they have a winery, always look after us very well and the whole place is very stylish
The trackday is at Guadix, about 45 mins from Durcal. Clive Greenhalgh who runs it used to be a TVR dealer, he might have sold your car! He was winning entrant in the TVR Tuscans twice and runs an excellent and very safety conscious track day
After Durcal we’re headed west to Carmona—right on top of a hill but 20 mins from Seville. The views are astounding and the whitewashed houses in the town are all part of the real Andalucia
From Carmona it’s up country to the tiny town of Guadalupe—tiny except for the monas- tery which is huge and dedicated to Our Lady of Guadalupe. It’s the second biggest point of pilgrimage in Spain and the roads in the area are amongst the best in Spain.
The next morning you’ll find out as you head up the EX118, it’s the most amazing driv- ing road. If that’s not good enough we then have another pass over the Gredos Moun- tains to get us to Segovia for a night. Take a quick cab ride to the amazing aqueduct, Cathedral and Alcazar (there are quite good shops too)
We finish with yet more mountain passes as we play in the Picos de Europa before our final night at the Palace in Limpias, just 40 miles from our Saturday Bilbao departure Don’t worry about parking; the hotels all have secure parking, or are in remote locations

  • 12 Apr Afternoon sailing from Plymouth on Pont Aven to Santander
  • 13 Apr Afternoon arrival and Drive 155 miles to Aranda de Duero for our first stop
  • 14 Apr Drive 200 miles to Toledo for two nights in the Parador with just the best view. See the first gold from South America or visit the Alcazar
  • 16 Apr Drive 250 miles to Durcal in the Sierra Nevada for two nights at the lovely and classy Hotel Hacienda Senorio de Nevada
  • 17 Apr Exclusive track day at Guadix circuit. The circuit is owned by an ex TVR dealer and standards are very high. We will operate an open pit lane making it more relaxed and fun than track days with sessions
  • 18 Apr Drive 165 miles to Carmona to stay at the hilltop Parador; more great views 19 Apr Drive 215 miles to Guadalupe – the drive just keeps getting better and journey’s end is well worth it
  • 20 Apr Drive 185 miles to Segovia for a night at the Parador and a chance to explore a lovely city
  • 21 Apr Drive 210 miles to Limpias over two Mountain Passes for our last night in a C19 Palace
  • 22 Apr Drive 30 miles to Bilbao and embark the Salamanca for Portsmouth 23 Apr Evening arrival at Portsmouth

Tour Booking & Information

Price £3400.00 per car with two people

To include ferry crossing with outside cabin, dinner bed and breakfast at all hotels and on return ferry as well as trackday which is priced per car not per driver.

To book contact Jasper

Tel:+44 (0) 1442 842542
Mob: 07831 327727
Email: info@driveespana.com