Glamping Hub meets “Game of Thrones”

Spain is filled with some of the most luxurious, unique, and picturesque glamping destinations, but what also makes Spain so special recently? The majority of season six of the HBO wonder, “Game of Thrones,” has been filmed across this country, attracting fans and tourists from all over the globe.

Photo credit: Season 6 banner from “Game of Thrones” Season 6.

From the streets of Catalonia to the seas of Andalucía, there are more than a few reasons that bring Glamping Hub and Game of Thrones together, besides both being enchantingly awesome, of course.

Former HBO Director, and current U.S. Ambassador of Spain, James Costas, had the brilliant idea of introducing Game of Thrones fans to Glamping Hub. What better way for fans to live out their dreams of taking back the North with the Starks or riding alongside the powerful Dothraki than by glamping in one of the many Glamping Hub escapes nearby the very set locations seen in the show?

Photo credit: Film Grimoire.

Let your imagination run wild and your fantasies come to life as you exit your castle accommodation to climb to the top of Tower of Joy, otherwise known as Castle Zafra, in Guadalajara, Spain. Stroll through the fishermen’s streets of Bravos, more commonly known as the region of Girona. Lastly, sail up to the colorful palace of Dorne, which just happens to be an authentic palace, the Alcazar de Sevilla.

Jump at the opportunity to experience not only stay at a luxurious and one-of-a-kind location, but also to walk the same stone paths that your favorite characters spent months filming at. Guests and fans can start living out their Game of Thrones visions by visiting some of these glamping getaways near the actual locations for a weekend filled with adventure and excursions. Let us take you on a journey through the Spanish cities and attractions that GOT fans can’t miss.

Alcazar of Sevilla → Palace of Dorne

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Castle of Zafra in Guadalajara → Tower of Joy

Photo credit: Daily Mail UK

Desert of Almeria → Vaes Dothrak

Photo credit: Watcher’s on the Wall

Girona Cathedral → The Great Sept in King’s Landing

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Peñíscola, Castellón → Seaside of Mereen

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Roman Bridge of Cordoba → Long Bridge of Volantis

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Bardenas Natural Park in Navarre → Dothraki Sea

Photo Credit: Twitter User, Mar de Olivos

To visit more glamping destinations near the sets of Game of Thrones, visit our GOT page here.

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