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Campsite Costa Blanca Spain
Campsites on the Costa Blanca, ‘white coast’ in Spanish, are a guarantee of a fantastic beach holiday. But there are numerous other activities to enjoy around your campsite. The Costa Blanca boasts breathtaking areas of natural beauty, cities brimming with culture and delightful theme parks. With a pleasantly mild climate during the winter, this enthralling region is perfect for camping the whole year round.
Campsites on the Costa Blanca: an explosion of nature
The Costa Blanca owes its name to the white-pink blossom of the almond trees, cultivated in great numbers in the region, although one usually associates the Costa Blanca with white sands. This holiday region offers excellent camping through the summer, but outside of the holiday season it’s also a great place to spend the winter.
The Costa Blanca is extremely popular with tourists who come to soak up the sun on the region’s extensive sandy beaches, but the sea is also perfect for a range of activities. Why not spend an afternoon surfing or snorkelling in the clear waters of the Mediterranean?
The sea offers a variety of activities and is never far from your campsite, but the Costa Blanca offers a great deal more natural beauty. The following are highly recommended for a visit:
- Palm trees in Palmeral de Elche
Palmeral de Elche is the largest palm tree in Europe, and can be found in the province of Alicante. Here you can hike through the date palms and countless birds to which the region is home.
- The caves of Cuevas de Canelobre
These caves boast a rich history, and once served as a hiding place during the Spanish revolution. A visit is highly recommended to enjoy the impressive stalactites and stalagmites.
- Peñón de Ifach natural park
This tiny natural park is a great place to visit from your campsite. After a good climb you can enjoy a breathtaking panorama of the area from the 322m high rock protruding above the Peñón de Ifach park.
Sights on the Costa Blanca
A range of excursions are possible during a camping holiday on the Costa Blanca. You could choose to visit the city of Valencia, which boasts a number of examples of modern architecture such as The City of Arts and Sciences. This scientific-cultural complex is an extraordinary spectacle!
What is more, there is no reason for your children to get bored during your holiday as the Costa Blanca boasts a range of activities to keep them amused. Benidorm is home to a number of great parks, including the Aqualandia water park, the Terra Natura animal park and the Terra Mític attraction park.
If you fancy an evening dining out, instead of just eating on your campsite, then the Costa Blanca is home to many delightful restaurants. Holidaying in Spain, you simply must try traditional dishes such as paella. Camping on the Costa Blanca offers all the ingredients you need for a fantastic time!