What to expect from our campsites In Costa Blanca
Arriving on a sun-filled stay at one of our best campsites on the Costa Blanca, you’ll immediately feel a sense of freedom and refreshing air of the Mediterranean. Your welcome from the helpful and friendly resort staff will be as warming as the gorgeous weather, before you make your way to the coolness of your accommodation.
You’ll settle into your mobile home or other accommodation option quickly, due to the spacious living areas that provide comfort and convenience. A good selection of facilities can be found in the interiors, while the exteriors typically feature sun decking from where you can enjoy peaceful and private time in the green surroundings of your emplacement.
Venturing into the heart of the campsite and you’ll discover fantastic camping amenities including pools, dining options, shops, sports & games facilities and so much more.
Things to do when camping in Costa Blanca
With a generous helping of sunshine each day and lush inviting waters that gently lap golden sands, people flock to the Costa Blanca in search of vibrant beach holidays. The appealing shores of this sweltering Spanish destination are littered with gorgeous bays and beaches.
The resorts of Platja de Llevant in Benidorm or Platja del Postiguet in Alicante are ideal for lively days out by the sea, where sunbathing and sandcastle building can be enjoyed by the whole family. For a serene and scenic coastal experience, head to the peaceful sands found at Playa de Ambolo, Cala Tío Ximo and Granadella beach. Enjoy jet skiing, paddle boarding, sea canoeing and snorkelling at one of the many water sports providers in the area.
One of the best ways to explore the Costa Blanca is to hire a bicycle and go for a cycle along the picturesque coastline. A little further inland, keen hikers and walkers will love traversing the shaded trails found in the beautiful Montgó Natural Park, a mountainous area with amazing vistas. Other fantastic places for a pleasant stroll through dramatic landscapes include El Fondo Nature Reserve and the hiking circuit around Sierra de Bernia.
Culture vultures are well placed to seek out places of notable historical significance, with fine examples on display at the Archaeological Museum of Alicante, Santa Bárbara Castle and the Palace of Altamira.
Young campers can fill every second of their camping holiday in the Costa Blanca with fun experiences, such as days out at thrilling water parks and theme parks. The slides and water attractions at Aqua Natura, Aqualandia, Aquopolis Torrevieja and Aquapark Flamingo make for a splashing day out. For hair-raising rollercoasters and rides, head to the amusement parks at Multiaventura Elche, Terra Natura, Pola Park and Terra Mítica
With plenty of entertainment for the whole family, the bustling resort of Benidorm boasts numerous restaurants, shops, cafes and bars alongside a gorgeous sweeping beach.