The Costa Brava is known for the lively spots such as Blanes, Lloret de Mar and L'Estartit. This costa is always something for young and old and you do not have to be bored for a moment. But there is also room for relaxation and rest on the beautiful beache or inland.
A camping holiday on the Costa Brava means enjoying the beaches, while your children have fun with splashing in the sea and building sandcastles. Then enjoy a delicious lunch, a refreshing drink and ice cream in one of the many beach tents. Looked out on this beach? No problem. The coastline has many beaches, so you can switch from Rosas, L'Estartit to Lloret de Mar. There is always a beach that already meets your needs.
Plan a day in Barcelona or Gerona when you stay on the Costa Brava. Admire the many beautiful buildings that these cities have to offer or go for a day of shopping. Finish the day with the specialties of Catalan cuisine. These ar known as the tastiest of Spain. The world's best restaurants can be found on this region: El Bulli in Rosas or Celler Can Roca in Gerona.
Prefer a splash of day? The Costa Brava has many water parks. Enjoy the many attractions that the water parks have to offer with the whole family. Then you can relax again at the campsite.
Must see at the Costa Brava:
The triangle of Dalí; Figueres, Portlligat and Púbol
The fantastic underwater world of Illas Medas
With both feet off the ground in the skydive center Epuriabrava
To the uninhabited world in Cap de Creus (Cadaques)
Versatile Girona with the cathedral and colorful houses
You will find the largest cactus collection of Europa in the botanical gardens of Blanes
About the Costa Brava:
Length: 200 km
Sea: Meditteranean Sea
Highest point: Massís de Mongrí (300m)