Camping in the Costa Brava
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Known for having gloriously long summers and equally glorious golden beaches, it’s really no surprise that the “wild coast” attracts droves of holidaymakers each year. The laid-back lifestyle and ease of getting there makes it a sublime destination for those hoping to embark on a memorable camping escape by the Mediterranean Sea.
With super cool pool complexes, vibrant entertainment, first-rate amenities and enviable beach locations, our campsites are perfect for sun-soaked holidays with the whole family.
Camping Holidays In Costa Brava
Browse our fantastic selection of sunny Costa Brava campsites and start planning your well-deserved vacation to one of Spain’s most popular destinations. Idyllic beaches, stirring culture, wonderful cuisine and beautiful nature await you when you go camping in Costa Brava.
Internacional de Calonge
Santa Elena Ciutat
3 Estrellas Costa Brava
Our Best Campsites In Costa Brava
The lure of an outdoor holiday by the beach draws many happy campers to the stunning shores of the Costa Brava, where long days of adventure or relaxation await.
We have a fantastic selection of handpicked destinations that offer brilliant facilities, cool and comfortable accommodation, fun entertainment and truly stunning locations. While we have an extensive range of resorts, Castell Montgri, Cala Llevado, Kings, and Interpals rank among our most popular.
Whether you want to throw yourself head first into adventure, you can do so at our campsites. Offering plenty of activities onsite and nearby, they’re the perfect place for a holiday that’s packed with riveting recreation. You’re also well placed to enjoy a relaxing and refreshing escape, as our campsite offer tropical and tranquil settings for peaceful times.
Discover wonderful sun-kissed camping holidays in Costa Brava with us.
Things to do when camping in Costa Brava
While part of the Costa Brava coastline has been developed into popular tourist resorts, other parts have kept a more traditional aesthetic. You’ll find plenty of typically Spanish towns and villages waiting to be discovered by holidaymakers after more than just sand and sangria.
The Medes Islands are a group of small rocky islands, just off the coastal town of L’Estartit, that are superb for boat trips and scuba diving. Best known for the Dalí Theatre-Museum the charming town of Figueres also has a toy museum and a vast 18th century fort above the town called the Castell de Sant Ferran.
Girona, the captivating capital of the region is a beautiful city that’s best explored on foot. Climb the steps to the cathedral, visit the Arab Baths and experience the breath-taking views from the city walls.
For a slower pace, the charming fishing village of Tamariu is our recommendation. Enjoy a stroll along the sandy beach and a dip in the clear waters of the bay before settling down for lunch in one of the restaurants that line the promenade.
The hiking trails and beaches of the scenic peninsula at Cap de Creus are wonderful for days out in the heart of nature. The Lake of Banyoles offers well-shaded walks around the lovely lake and the opportunity to canoe or take a boat trip.
There are plenty of water parks on the Costa Brava, with the superb slides and splash parks at Water World, Aqua Brava and Aquadiver offering fantastic days out for the kids.
If you have access to a car during your stay, simply driving along the coast in search of stunning beaches and bays is a day well spent. Seek out the impossibly beautiful beaches at Aigua Blava, Cala Pola, Playa Cala Aiguablava, Cala Futadera and Cala Montgó.
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- Cities/towns Costa Brava
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