Camping Holidays in Spain
There's a lot more to camping holidays in Spain than the three S's of sun, sea and sand, but they're a great place to start! Al Fresco mobile homes can be found on six fun-packed campsites in northern Spain, dotted along the Costa Brava and Costa Dorada.
Just along the Mediterranean coastline from the French border, the rocky shoreline is riddled with small coves and broken up with long, flat beautiful beaches backed by bustling resorts. And then there's the region's beating heart, Barcelona - an easy day trip away from all our Spanish holiday parks.
This proud region is oozing with culture. You can't move for fiestas, feasts and festivals. Then there's all the dance and music, set to a stunning architectural backdrop of everything from impressive Moorish domes to swanky art deco houses. And what about the off-the-beaten-track beauty of the unspoilt interior? Bueno!
What to eat and drink in Spain
'Caters for all tastes' is one of those phrases that gets bandied around quite a lot. But family holidays in Spain can actually live up to the claim. From chorizo to chips - and everything in between - the choice here is infinite whether you're self-catering or eating out.
It's worth touring the tapas bars and digging into small portions of lots of yummy dishes. Try the hearty 'butifarra' sausage and bean stew or if you're feeling like a treat, the lobster Catalan. Other delicious highlights include anchovies from Escala, chorizo ham, spit-roasted chickens and not forgetting infamous paella!
Big and butch Rioja Crianza and other Navarra reds are favourite accompaniments to most dishes but fresh and often fizzy Rosados from Penedes are popular alternatives especially with seafood in the summertime.
What to see and do in Spain
Our Spanish campsites are perfectly placed for exploring some of Catalonia's many attractions.
Beaches: From the craggy coastline and picturesque coves of the Costa Brava to the Costa Dorada's long sweeping sands, it's no wonder these sun-kissed shores have holidaymakers returning year after year.
Barcelona: stroll down Las Ramblas, gasp at Gaudi's (as yet unfinished) crazy modern Gothic masterpiece of La Sagrada Familia and soak up the scene in the Gothic quarter.
Port Aventura: Test your nerve on a feast of thrilling rides and rollercoasters at PortAventura theme park or get wet and wild at the Caribe Aquatic Park.
Sitges: where the chic wealthy Catalans hang out in the summer, the Fiesta Major is the highlight of the social scene each August.
Figueres: dive into the bonkers surreal world of Salvador Dali complete with eggs on the roof of his museum.. Cracking! sorry.