Our Best Campsites In Spain
Campsite Castell Montgri is a well-maintained site with superb facilities, located at the base of Rocamura Mountain and arranged in a series of steep terraces up the hillside.
Campsite international De Calonge is set on a hillside overlooking the sweeping bay of Palamòs. This is a well run site with great facilities and a beautiful beach on the doorstep. Our accommodations are located on terraces at the top of the site.
Considered to be one of Spain’s finest, the deluxe Campsite Cypsela is set amidst a densely wooded area of the Costa Brava. The site has a private feel, with most of our accommodations shaded from the sun by mature trees and hedges.
Campsite Creixell is a fun campsite on the coast, close to the ancient city of Tarragona. This family friendly campsite has lots of activities for all ages with tennis courts, two multi sports courts and the beach, just 200m away.
Campsite Playa Montroig is set in a lush environment in an enviable location on the stunning Costa Dorada coast, just six miles from the bustling town of Cambrils.
Campsite Park Playa Bara is a beautifully maintained lively site with a Mediterranean flavour. The central avenue is lined with palm trees, colourful flowers and cool ceramic tiled benches and leads to a beautiful sandy beach.
Things to do when camping in Spain
Visit the colourful and vibrant city of Barcelona with the incredible sights of Antoni Gaudi’s architecture. Wander around and take in the sights of Parc Guell, Casa Battlo and the incredible Sagrada Familia. Hop on the city sightseeing bus to take in the highlights while staying cool!
The stunning bay of Rosas is situated in the north-eastern corner of Spain and is so spectacular that it’s in UNESCO’s ‘Most beautiful bays of the world’ club. In the bay, there are lots of beaches and it’s surrounded by three national parks - perfect for a picnic.
The Costa Brava coastline is dotted with pretty little fishing towns and coves. A few that are worth checking out, particularly for a fantastic seafood meal are Blanes, Palafrugell and Tamariu.
You’ve probably tried Spanish food at home but nothing beats tapas and seafood paella made fresh and enjoyed in the sunshine, washed down with some refreshing Sangria. In many parts of Spain dinner is eaten after 9pm but in the popular resorts food will be available all evening.
Popular Regions For Camping Holidays In Spain
Costa Brava and Costa Dorada are a hit with holidaymakers looking for sun-drenched camping holidays in Spain. Our campsites in Spain are concentrated in both of these holiday destinations along the country’s beautiful north-east coastline. This wonderful coastline’s blue flag beaches offer plenty of opportunities for those looking for sun, sea and sand, and water sport enthusiasts are well catered for.
But away from the beaches, alternative experiences are abound, from quiet villages, mountain scenery, cultural sites, or a day trip to Barcelona in Catalonia.