Camping in Costa Brava
Camping on the Costa Brava
Spending a holiday at a campsite at the Costa Brava in Spain has been very popular with campers for years. The Costa Brava, which means the 'Rough Coast', is known for the beautiful Mediterranean Sea, fantastic long beaches and many hours of sunshine. However, the steep rocks, small picturesque bays, cosy fishing villages and lively seaside resorts make the Costa Brava a paradise for everyone. It's not without a reason that every year thousands of holiday-makers from all over visit this popular Spanish region. Are you looking for a campsite at the Costa Brava? The most beautiful campsites in Spain can be booked via Vacansoleil.Read more
Pineda de Mar - Costa Brava - Spain
Laze away the day at the beach in front of the campsite then enjoy the local food. In the evening enjoy a nice stroll along the boulevard.
Malgrat de Mar - Costa Brava - Spain
Ideal for families with children who enjoy the beach. There's also a pool and a children's pool. The train station is 1.5km away for trips to Barcelona.
Blanes - Costa Brava - Spain
Modern, lively campsite within walking distance of the beach and pleasant boulevard of Blanes. A perfect base for all sorts of trips in the surrounding area.
Sun, sea and beach at the Costa Brava
If you stay at a campsite at the Costa Brava, you stay in the north-east of Spain. The coastline is about 200 kilometres long and takes its name of 'Rough Coast' from the rocky coastline. The rocks sometimes run into the sea and are actually foothills of the Pyrenees. The Costa Brava is situated beside the beautiful Mediterranean Sea, which gives this region a gorgeous Mediterranean climate of warm summers and mild winters. Lovers of water sports will find everything they could want here. The sea has much to offer, both above and below the water. There's a fascinating underwater world waiting to be explored. A campsite at the Costa Brava offers sun, sea and beaches in every guise.
The landscape of the Costa Brava
The Costa Brava has an unbelievable variety of landscapes. Do you want to stay at a campsite at the Costa Brava and do you love wine? Then the region of Alella is the place to be. Vintners will love to invite you in for a drink. In this part of Spain you can find beautiful nature reserves as well, like the National Park of Montseny. Discover the region by bike, on foot or step aboard a boat or helicopter. Explore the beautiful countryside under your own steam or join one of the many excursions from your campsite at the Costa Brava.
Sights near your campsite at the Costa Brava
From your campsite at the Costa Brava you can make interesting trips. Visit the pilgrimage village of Montserrat, for example. This is also where you will find the monastery of the Black Madonna. Visit the picturesque villages which nestle in the varied landscape. It seems as though time has stood still here. For children the dolphinarium Marineland in Lloret de Mar and the water park in Malgrat de Mar are highly recommended. And, for those who like a bit of a challenge, bungee jumping can be found near almost every campsite at the Costa Brava.
Cities near the Costa Brava
If you stay at a campsite at the Costa Brava, a trip to sizzling Barcelona should be on your list. This metropolis with its famous Ramblas can be easily reached from the popular coastal villages like Blanes, Playa d'Aro and Malgrat de Mar. Girona is also definitely worth a visit, a city with a medieval city wall, old city centre, beautiful cathedral and friendly Saturday market. Lovers of beautiful gardens should visit the splendid botanical gardens in Blanes, easily reached from your campsite at the Costa Brava.
A campsite at the Costa Brava offers all ingredients for a top holiday for all ages.