Explore the £1million caravan built for racing drivers with three bedrooms and raindrop shower and its own jacuzzi | The Sun

CARAVANS are usually a way to holiday on a budget, but this caravan isn't the sort you'd tow behind your humble hatchback.

This 'van from Spanish company Rioja Singular Vehicles costs around £1million – more than a luxury villa in the Spanish region of the same name.

Rioja Singular Vehicles has been customising and converting RVs for more than 150 years.

Its primary business is renting trailers for big events such as F1, Moto Grand Prix or even music festivals.

This villa on wheels was presented in 2018 and by 2021 it was available to rent in the UK.

The two-floor caravan is 5.5 metres high, more than 30 metres long and has 80 square meters of living space, including a roofed terrace and a jacuzzi.

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Inside you'll find a huge lounge with a comfy couch and a massive television.

The kitchen has modern white furniture and everything you need, from a fridge to cooking hobs.

Next to the kitchen is a bedroom with bunk beds.

Up a staircase on the second floor is the master room, which has another lounge attached.


The £1.2million caravan with two ensuite bedrooms and its own wine collection

Inside the £100k caravan with two floors and its own sunbathing terrace

But strangely, the bathroom on this floor has no doors, so if you rent with friends you'll need to get on well.

However, it does have a jacuzzi that can be enjoyed after a long day at a music festival or the racing.

More luxuries include CCTV, TVs in every room and the latest air-con and heating system in every room.

But the most exciting part of the Rioja 'van is the raised terrace which is perfect for sitting and taking in your event.

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