Spain is so much more than just a succession of glorious beaches. While it is rightly favoured by sun worshippers, it is also a land with rich culture and a wealth of both architectural and historical interest, offering plenty for a camping holiday in Spain. For every golden, sandy beach, there is a beautiful mountain village; for every hidden cove, there is a picture postcard fishing port. Whether you crave excitement or relaxation, you will find it here on a Spain holiday across the five Eurocamp Spanish holiday regions:
Costa Brava: The Costa Brava runs for 100 miles along the side of Catalonia in the North East of Spain. While the most famous of all the ‘costas’ has its share of bustling resorts ideal for family holidays, it also offers delightful scenery, countless secluded coves and a fascinating history. And for every busy resort, there are a number of picturesque fishing villages, unspoilt hill towns and wonderful old castles. And of course, if sun, sand and sea are what you love most, you will find them all here in abundance.
Costa Dorada: Costa Dorada means, literally, Gold Coast: a tribute to the endless miles of soft, golden beaches you will find here. The delightful scenery all around you makes it a very popular Spanish holiday destination, for its hills and mountains as much as its perfect beaches. Costa Dorada is set between the mountains and the sea, with delightful vineyards, olive groves and spectacular views all around. Rich in history and architecture, it also enjoys close proximity to Barcelona, perfect for holiday in Spain, enabling you to get the best of both worlds; beach and city.
Costa Verde: Situated on Spain’s Northern coast, in the heart of the Basque country, the Costa Verde is a quieter alternative to the Costa Brava and Costa Dorada. Named for the emerald seas and lush vegetation you will find here, the Costa Verde offers the perfect blend of camping beach holiday and journey of discovery. With incredible mountain views and fine ports such as Bilbao to explore, this is a popular choice with those who like to camp in Spain: particularly those who enjoy a short ferry cruise to start and end their holiday.
Costa Blanca: While the bright lights of Benidorm, Alicante and Albir may beckon, the Costa Blanca isn’t just for those seeking a lively holiday. Our parc at Albir offers all the peace and quiet you could ever want, while those seeking a different view of the area will find one of Spain's great secrets, Cantabria, an area where hikers, cyclists and nature lovers can enjoy some of the most spectacular and unspoiled scenery in the whole country.
Costa del Sol: With 300 days of sunshine on average each year, the Costa del Sol is an obvious choice for watersports enthusiasts or those seeking the relaxation of beautiful beaches. This region is also steeped in culture, with historic citadels, museums and cathedrals attracting visitors to the destination. Developed around an Andalusian village centre, our apartment resort in Manilva is a golf lovers paradise, situated just 13kms from Estepona and 20kms from Gibraltar, making it a perfect Spanish holiday base to explore the region.
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