Our Best Campsites In Spain
Campsite Castell Montgri is a well-maintained site with superb facilities, located at the base of Rocamura Mountain and arranged in a series of steep terraces up the hillside.
Campsite international De Calonge is set on a hillside overlooking the sweeping bay of Palamòs. This is a well run site with great facilities and a beautiful beach on the doorstep. Our accommodations are located on terraces at the top of the site.
Considered to be one of Spain’s finest, the deluxe Campsite Cypsela is set amidst a densely wooded area of the Costa Brava. The site has a private feel, with most of our accommodations shaded from the sun by mature trees and hedges.
Campsite Creixell is a fun campsite on the coast, close to the ancient city of Tarragona. This family friendly campsite has lots of activities for all ages with tennis courts, two multi sports courts and the beach, just 200m away.
Campsite Playa Montroig is set in a lush environment in an enviable location on the stunning Costa Dorada coast, just six miles from the bustling town of Cambrils.
Campsite Park Playa Bara is a beautifully maintained lively site with a Mediterranean flavour. The central avenue is lined with palm trees, colourful flowers and cool ceramic tiled benches and leads to a beautiful sandy beach.
Things to do when camping in Spain
Visit the colourful and vibrant city of Barcelona with the incredible sights of Antoni Gaudi’s architecture. Wander around and take in the sights of Parc Guell, Casa Battlo and the incredible Sagrada Familia. Hop on the city sightseeing bus to take in the highlights while staying cool!
The stunning bay of Rosas is situated in the north-eastern corner of Spain and is so spectacular that it’s in UNESCO’s ‘Most beautiful bays of the world’ club. In the bay, there are lots of beaches and it’s surrounded by three national parks - perfect for a picnic.
The Costa Brava coastline is dotted with pretty little fishing towns and coves. A few that are worth checking out, particularly for a fantastic seafood meal are Blanes, Palafrugell and Tamariu.
You’ve probably tried Spanish food at home but nothing beats tapas and seafood paella made fresh and enjoyed in the sunshine, washed down with some refreshing Sangria. In many parts of Spain dinner is eaten after 9pm but in the popular resorts food will be available all evening.
Popular Regions For Camping Holidays In Spain
Costa Brava and Costa Dorada are a hit with holidaymakers looking for sun-drenched camping holidays in Spain. Our campsites in Spain are concentrated in both of these holiday destinations along the country’s beautiful north-east coastline. This wonderful coastline’s blue flag beaches offer plenty of opportunities for those looking for sun, sea and sand, and water sport enthusiasts are well catered for.
But away from the beaches, alternative experiences are abound, from quiet villages, mountain scenery, cultural sites, or a day trip to Barcelona in Catalonia.
Camping in Spain: an ideal destination for camping between the sea and the forest
Camping holidays in Spain are a glorious combination of sunshine, sandy beaches, rocky coves and traditional fishing villages, side-by-side with lively modern resorts. Couple that with the fact that campsites in Spain are of a fantastic quality and you have the recipe for a great holiday in the sun.
Where to go camping in Spain? Top 5 of the most beautiful regions to discover
Spain is a destination as diverse as it is surprising, with regions featuring unique cultures and identities, and diverse landscapes. Our campsites will allow you to discover the most beautiful corners of one of Europe's most popular camping holiday destinations.
Camping in northern Spain
Northern Spain is synonymous with unspoiled nature and wild landscapes as far as the eye can see. It's the ideal destination for an outdoor escape!
Camping in the heart of Cantabria with its splendid natural spaces
Cantabria, in the north-west of Spain, features beaches of charisma and character, where it is good to breathe the invigorating air of the ocean. This lovely region is full of protected natural areas, such as the Marismas de Santoña Natural Park, which is home to more than 130 species of birds. Discover Santander, with its flirtatious and elegant city centre, and numerous tourist attractions of cultural and historical significance. Discover our campsites in Cantabria.
Camping on the Costa Brava with its paradise beaches
The Costa Brava is a flagship destination on the Iberian Peninsula that has it all. Among its major assets are an infinite number of beaches and coves bordered by nature and worthy of featuring on the most beautiful postcards. A little farther inland, explore beautiful Girona and the surrounding picturesque medieval villages. A few kilometres to the south lies Barcelona, the Catalan capital, known throughout the world for its unique architecture and its festive atmosphere. Discover our campsites on the Costa Brava.
Camping on the Costa Dorada with its colourful atmosphere
Enjoy a relaxing break under the sun with your feet in the water when you choose Costa Dorada as your camping holiday destination. South of Barcelona, the Costa Dorada is full of wild coves and golden sandy beaches, from which it takes its name so aptly. The region is home to the beautiful and ancient city of Tarragona, which acts as the capital of Costa Dorada and is a magnificent testimony of Roman heritage best seen in its majestic amphitheatre.
Camping in the south of Spain
The south of Spain is a vast treasure of culture, nature and architecture, which captivates all who tread on its soil.
Camping on the Costa Blanca with its sunny coast
The Costa Dorada stretches southward to the Costa Blanca, where you'll find warm and lively seaside resorts. It is a land of contrasts, where the mountains merge with the sea and sandy beaches alternate with small pebble coves. Popular seaside resorts such as Benidorm or Denia provide the ideal place for holidays by the beach while unspoiled places like the unmissable island of Tabarca are perfect for peaceful moments. Discover our campsites on the Costa Blanca.
Camping in Andalusia with its incredible historical heritage
The warmth, the sound of flamenco, the cheerfulness and good humour of its inhabitants, welcome to Andalusian. Featuring white and yellow houses with balconies dotted with red geraniums, the region invites holidaymakers to discover amazing culture while camping. Do not miss the destinations of Marbella, Malaga, or Cadiz with its mythical ramparts. For nature lovers, Andalusia has a plethora of unspoiled areas of beauty.
Spain: An ideal destination for any type of holiday
The Iberian Peninsula is as varied and diverse as the holidaymakers that flock there. Whether you come with your family, as a couple or even with your dog, you will be welcomed with open arms at our campsites!
Camping for families with children
A successful family holiday begins with choosing a friendly destination that will appeal to young and old alike. The Costa Dorada, due to its proximity to Port Aventura, one of the largest theme parks in Europe, is ideal. If you prefer another destination, don't worry, our campsites have facilities and activities for the youngest of campers, including swimming pools with slides and splash parks, as well as playgrounds and Kids Clubs.
Camping for couples
If you fancy a romantic camping holiday, it is essential that the destination is conducive to intimacy, relaxation and privacy. Those looking for romance should head to the Costa Brava with its unspoiled nature. Enjoy a stay at Cala Llevado in Tossa de Mar, a delightful destination nestled in the hills surrounding the cove from which it bears the name. If you want to visit the south of Spain, Campsite Almafra near Alicante will provide you with all the comfort and privacy you need.
Camping with your dog
Who says dogs can't enjoy a sunny holiday? A selection of our campsites in Spain will happily welcome your canine companion such as Campsite Gavina and Campsite Garrofer on the Costa Dorada or Campsite Almafra on the Costa Blanca. Surrounded by greenery and near blissful beaches, our campsites are the ideal place for camping with our four-legged friends.
The best 3, 4 and 5 star campsites in Spain for an unforgettable holiday
Campsites by the sea
Our campsites by the sea on the Costa Brava, Costa Dorada and Costa Blanca as well as on the Cantabrian coast will ensure you experience a sun-drenched holiday. There is an endless choice of beaches and coves to explore, where you can enjoy sunbathing, swimming and water sports.
Campsites with water parks
There is nothing better than a water park to ensure fun time with family or friends while staying cool in sunny Spain. Our water parks are equipped with heated swimming pools, children's pools, and some have waterfalls or waterslides, which will undoubtedly entertain young and old alike! Discover our campsites in Spain with water parks.
Campsites with swimming pools
Holidays in the sun are best enjoyed when you have a swimming pool available to relax and cool off. All of our campsites in Spain have one or more outdoor swimming pools, with some boasting relaxing bubble baths to indulge in the pleasures of relaxation.
5 star luxury campsites
Our top-of-the-range campsites have been designed to offer you exceptional comfort, combined with services and equipment worthy of the largest hotels. Spacious, modern and elegant, no detail is left to chance to make you experience an unforgettable glamping holiday!
Our advice for an ideal camping holiday in Spain
When to go camping in Spain?
Spain is one of those European destinations where the climate is favourable everywhere between April and October.
Between July and August, the temperatures are suitable for long swims at the beach or in the pool. These two months are very popular with travellers looking for sun and aquatic activities.
To enjoy the pleasant temperatures while avoiding the busy summer months, we recommend camping in low season, between April and June or September and October. If you want to visit cities, museums and discover Spain's natural and historical heritage, the off-season is ideal!
How much does camping in Spain cost?
- Low season (March-June and September-November): the prices of campsites in Spain are very attractive in low season. Depending on the destination, campsite and accommodation chosen, prices start from £210/€250 per week.
- High season (July - August): given the strong demand on our campsites in Spain and the high traffic during this period, prices are higher. We have a very wide selection of campsites in Spain to suit all budgets, in the most popular and most visited regions. Regarding the low and high season prices, it all depends on what you are looking for.
What type of camping accommodation is available in Spain?
As specialists in camping holidays, we mainly offer mobile homes in our Spanish campsites. We offer several ranges of mobile home are available to suit all budgets and party sizes. If you prefer to holiday in a more rustic option, we also provide equipped tents and other options. Our accommodation in Spain is designed to satisfy everyone, according to individual preferences and needs.
Where to go camping in Spain?
Camping is an ideal way to experience a holiday in Spain, especially along the coast. Our seaside campsites are designed to make you completely disconnect from the stresses of daily life; enjoy swimming pools, water parks, children's clubs and wellness areas, as well as nearby water sports providers.
From the Costa Brava to the Costa Blanca via the Costa Dorada, more than 30 campsites with swimming pools are waiting to be discovered. They will take you to the most popular and dynamic seaside resorts in Spain such as Platja d´Aro, Palamos, Lloret de Mar, Empuriabrava, Blanes, Tossa de Mar and many more.
Where to go camping with the family in Spain?
We recommend you choose a campsite with a swimming pool, close to the sea and with children's clubs. Here are our top 6 campsites in Spain for family holidays:
What are the best campsites in Spain?
With scores above 8/10, here are the best campsites in Spain according to our customers:
- Playa Joyel 4 * in Noja in the Cantabria region. A lovely campsite with direct access to the sea, children's club and aquatic area.
- Nautic Almata 4 * in Empuriabrava on the Costa Brava. A charming campsite with direct access to the beach, swimming pool and close to water sports providers.
- Bella Terra 4 * in Blanes on the Costa Brava. A lively campsite with direct access to the sea and a beautiful aquatic area.
- Cala Llevado 4 * in Tossa de Mar on the Costa Brava. A pretty campsite with direct access to the sea and swimming pool with sea views.
What are the best 5-star campsites in Spain?
What are the best 5-star campsites in Spain?
- Park Playa Bara 5 * on the Costa Dorada near Tarragona and only 30 minutes from Port Aventura.
- Vilanova Park 5 *, near Barcelona, with an amazing swimming pool complex and wellness area.
- Playa Montroig 5 * in Miami Platja near Tarragona, just 20 minutes from Port Aventura.
Do you have seaside campsites in Spain?
Discover the most beautiful seaside resorts in Spain by staying at a campsite on the coast. We offer more than 20 waterfront campsites close to beautiful beaches and bays.
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