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Campsite Catalonia Spain

Campsites in Catalonia (Catalunya) are the ideal base for those looking for variation. This beautiful region of Spain is rich in culture, nature and attractions, all just around the corner from your campsite. Catalonia is certain to make sure that you never go bored! With Barcelona close by, your stay on a campsite in Catalonia is guaranteed to be an experience that you won’t soon forget.

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Campsites in Catalonia: the cultural sights of Barcelona

A stay on a campsite in Catalonia is not only about the beautiful weather and great beaches. The area’s wonderful culture must not be missed during your stay on a campsite. Barcelona is certain to be top of the list.

This metropolis is brimming with sights including the Basilica de la Sagrada Familia and the beautiful Gaudí Park. In Catalunya, you can always find a campsite close to Barcelona, which is ideal if you fancy an evening out. Barcelona boasts numerous great restaurants, bars, taverns, cafés and trendy clubs.

Children will also enjoy a day out in Barcelona, with a zoo, amusement park and, for football fans, Camp Nou, the home of FC Barcelona. Don’t miss La Rambla, the great shopping streets, top fashion, the port and the breathtaking views of the city from the hill Montjuic.

For children, your campsite is also a hive of activity. Many of Catalunya’s campsites boast a swimming pool, entertainment team, play area and sports pitch.

Enjoy Catalonia

Camping in Catalunya is especially popular for its many beaches along the Costa Brava and Costa Dorada such as Blanes and Tarragona. In addition to these major attractions, a holiday in Catalunya has a number of other ingredients for a fantastic holiday:

  • Beautiful countryside
    Take a trip into the countryside from your campsite. Catalunya has a varied landscape of hills, rocks, fields and forests. Make sure to visit Cap de Creus and the mysterious hill Montserrat.
  • Water sports
    If you’re looking for an active camping holiday, then Catalunya has a lot to offer, with a range of water sports including windsurfing and sailing. Don’t forget to go diving in the Mediterranean!

You will find an abundance of sights on your holiday in this beautiful region of Spain. Cataluña promises a fantastic holiday of culture, nature, relaxation and action!

Stayed on Campsite Vilanova Park in Vilanova i la Geltrú in September 2017

Plenty of places to visit. Public transport is clean and reliable. Try learning small phrases such as hello/ good day, please and thank you in catalan. It is clearly very appreciated.


Stayed on Campsite Vilanova Park in Vilanova i la Geltrú in August 2017

Villanova is perfectly situated with lovely beaches nearby and some beautiful old towns to visit by bus or car. There were two buses every hour to take you into barcelona which picked up at the campsite and dropped off right in the centre of the city.


Stayed on Campsite La Torre del Sol in Montroig in August 2017

Beautifully landscaped, great beach, & close to airport. Within travelling distance by bus, car or taxi to cambrills where you can catch train.


Stayed on Campsite Vilanova Park in Vilanova i la Geltrú in August 2017

The nearby town was a pleasant window into spanish life, history and custom. Travel to barcelona was easy, and travel to other towns was moderate.


Stayed on Campsite Vilanova Park in Vilanova i la Geltrú in June 2017

The beaches in the area were beautiful, very clean with some having blue flag status. Be careful when choosing somewhere to eat. A plate of patata bravas ranges from 4.90€ to 10.00€ for an example.


Stayed on Campsite Vilanova Park in Vilanova i la Geltrú in August 2016

A trip into the local town, vilanova, was lovely - it's got an interesting old town and is fun to wander around. We loved the beach. Tarragona was an amazing daytrip, i'd love to go there again and again.


Stayed on Camping Aquarius in Sant Pere Pescador in August 2016

Sant pere pescador is a lovely village & would definately recommend the rotisserie for chicken and rabbit ( saves getting the bbq dirty). The supermarket just outside the village has cheap petrol and a large selection of gluten free foods - ideal for me as i have an autoimmune illness - so meant i could eat fairly well


Stayed on Camping Aquarius in Sant Pere Pescador in August 2016

San pere pescador is a typical spanish town and the cycle paths along the beaches were great.


Stayed on Camping Ametlla in l'Ametlla de Mar in July 2016

Beautiful part of spain, need to have transport to access local area. Isolated campsite with poor road into it. A bus to local town would be great.


Stayed on Campsite Cala Llevadó in Tossa de Mar in June 2016

The area is very scenic with some lovely walks especially the off roads into tossa de mar. Tossa is a very quaint town with a lot of history and interesting places to visit. There was a great selection of shops and restaurants and thankfully no fast food outlets! Restaurants were pricey so shop around.


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