HOLIDAYS IN SPAIN

Camping in Spain


Along the rugged coastline of the Med below the French border sits Costa Brava, a sun haven widely regarded as the prime coastal spot when camping in Spain. 

Explore some of Spain's most scenic driving routes as you pass through historical buildings and villages of varied architectural styles; famous artist Salvador Dali got much of his inspiration from the area.

A day-trip to Barcelona is a must when visiting our parks, often coming alive to the tune of festivals and fiestas, with our remaining campsites situated just the other side of the city on 'The Golden Coast' of Costa Dorada. 300 days of sunshine a year and several Blue Flag beaches make this a great spot for families to while away the hours on the sands.

CAMPING HOLIDAYS IN SPAIN

COSTA BRAVA

Secretive coves, quaint fishing towns and high-quality restaurants create a memorable Catalan escape. This easy-on-the-eye region also offers plenty to do, with water parks and a bustling nightlife on offer should you want to let your hair down in the evenings.  
 
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COSTA DORADA

Around 80km of immaculate shoreline offers plenty of space for building sandcastles, while Spain's biggest theme park just outside of Salou is a must-visit for adrenaline seekers. Costa Dorada is a fun-packed destination also inclusive of laid-back towns in which to relax. 
 
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"AVEZ VOUS EIN BEER AND LES CHIPS GRACIAS?" 

Speaking the lingo isn't always top of the list on the must-do holiday activities, so it's no wonder why many of us don't quite speak like a local. Find out which words we should be saying better here.

MUST-VISIT EUROPEAN THEME PARKS 

Our holiday parks are perfect for so many reasons, but if you like theme parks they are even more perfect with some of our bets parks being close to Europe's best theme parks - queue here for all the rides.