Behind Vandàlic Van is a small, family-run project, with the desire to offer a service that is close, guaranteed, of high quality and socially committed. That is why, among other things, a large part of the equipment you will find in our vans is local, purchased from local small and medium sized companies, thus collaborating with small-scale initiatives and projects. This project is formed by a couple, Xavi and Sílvia, with two small children, Pau and Marc.
Travelling is a very important part of our lives, and that is why over the years we have been discovering and sharing experiences, ways of living and different philosophies of doing so. At short distances we have been and are great lovers of Camping in all its formats and variations. We have been part of the camping world since we were very young.
It is from here that our interest in the world of Campervan arises, and it is then that we make different trips around Europe with this medium, with which we discover the peculiarities and philosophy associated with this form of travel: absolute freedom, proximity to the environment, autonomy and quiet and leisurely pace of life.
These are the reasons that pushed us to start this project and, it is also because of all this, that we will put all our desire and illusion to go ahead with it. Our Vans have been designed to offer the maximum space and comfort, giving priority to comfort over quantity. That’s why for now we don’t have big volume vans with 4 seats. Soon we hope to incorporate one.
We wish you to make them run through the sea and mountains, plains and forests, neighboring and distant countries, and wherever your imagination and desire to discover the world take you!
Sílvia i Xavi
“The Vandals were a people from central Europe, one of the Indo-European peoples of Germanic family, who inhabited the regions bordering the Baltic Sea (in the area of today’s Germany and Poland). At the beginning of the 5th century, they crossed Gaul and the Iberian Peninsula, settled briefly in the valley of the Guadalquivir, passed the Straits of Gibraltar and, commanded by Genserico, created the Vandal kingdom in North Africa, centred on present-day Tunisia, and which was finally destroyed by the Eastern Romans in 534”. Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia, 2020.
Vandalic was the language of the Vandals. That’s where the name “Vandàlic Van” comes from. Inspired by a nomadic people who travelled through Europe from north to south, carrying their house on their shoulders, adapting and establishing themselves in different places of the European geography.
It is with this idea that this project was born, consisting of four models of camper vans of different sizes and features, with custom-made finishes, designed separately and with all the details taken care of to the maximum. At Vandàlic Van we want you to make them your home for a few days, to enjoy them, to make them run and visit each and every one of the places you are interested in.
All our Vans have the necessary and essential items included in the price to enjoy a few days of disconnection, with no limit on kilometres or small print. We want you to travel with complete peace of mind, enjoying the experience and connecting with the environment. You will always have a telephone number to solve any doubts or problems that may arise during the trip.
Vandàlic Van wants to be a committed project, both on a social and environmental level, understanding that the activity we carry out is not exempt from the problems inherent in the use of combustion vehicles and, furthermore, we firmly believe in the need for all companies to have a social aspect, involved with the associative network and creating networks of collaboration and help. That is why we actively cooperate with entities such as Fundació Arrels and Escola de Pastors de Catalunya.
All our vans have been equipped, whenever possible, with local products and proximity, dispensing with large surfaces and / or multi-brand companies.
Do not hesitate to write to us for any doubt, suggestion or complaint you may have at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Vandàlic Van Team