Camping Holidays in Spain
Camping holidays in Spain
If sunny days, soft sands and lots of family-friendly attractions and activities are on your holiday wish list, take a fresh look at Spain. Because Spain is changing - for the better. Resorts along the Mediterranean Costas have found a new way to balance family-friendly facilities with a touch of style and authenticity. Inland, you’ll find surprisingly wild and rugged nature reserves, towering mountains and charming villages. In the north, Costa Verde’s wide open spaces and glorious beaches deserve a closer look ...
Best places for camping holidays in Spain
From Costa to Costa, we’ve campsites in Spain perfectly placed to make your route to the sun that little bit easier. From parcs alongside the beach to those tucked peacefully away from the crowds, we’ve a place for you …
The ‘Golden Coast’ stretches for over 150 miles, and takes in world-class cities such as Barcelona and Tarragona, as well as perfect seaside resorts of Cambrils and Salou. Fun isn’t hard to find here - from PortAventura’s thrill rides to water sports alongside the wonderful beaches.
- Explore Barcelona’s Baro Gotic quarter
- Feast on tapas in stylish Sitges
- Head inland to serene Montserrat monastery
The ‘Wild Coast’ isn’t all that wild, but there are rugged coves and lonely headlands between the region’s gorgeous beaches, whitewashed villages and thickly forested slopes. Despite generations of tourism, lots of charm and character remains, not least in Salavdor Dali’s home village of Cadaqués.
- Climb to the top of pretty Pals village
- Make a splash in Aquabrava, Roses
- Find your own perfect beach: try Sa Tuna, Begur
Spain’s ‘Green Coast’ is a world away from the bustle of the Mediterranean shores. Yes, you’ll find cool and cultured cities - San Sebastian and Bilbao especially - but this quietly enchanting coast is a place where natural beauty, soaring mountains and great food are the real stars.
- Explore Noja’s terrific beaches
- Visit Bilbao’s eye-popping Guggenheim gallery
- Head inland to Asturias’ beautiful valleys
Our favourite things to do in Spain
With a little siesta, lots of fiesta and bucket loads of sunshine, Spain is the perfect holiday destination for couples and families of all ages. Here are just some of the highlights the sunniest country in Europe has to offer ...
You might be surprised to find that, just inland from the Costa Dorada’s beaches lie some of Europe’s most rugged mountains - ripe for a day’s hike. Easier, but no less thrilling, are the nature trails in the Ebro Delta’s wetlands in Costa Brava, or the cycle paths and bridleways that wind their way through the pretty coastal villages of the Costa Verde.
Go beach hopping
Spain does beaches like no other country. Whether you like them sleek and stylish (at Sitges) busy and bustling (such as Cambrils) or wild and wonderful (try Noja’s wide expanse of sand in Costa Verde). For those seeking cosy coves and coastal walks, the coastal path in Costa Brava links a succession of small but perfectly formed pockets of pink sand and azure waters.
Spain is rightly proud of its huge cultural footprint - not least Catalonia. You’ll find Dali’s exquisite and extraordinary art in a number of locations around the Costa Brava, Gaudi’s fluid and organic architecture across sites in Barcelona and beyond, the shimmering facade of Frank Gehry’s game-changing Bilbao outpost of the Guggenheim, and the modernist masterpieces in Reus’ town centre.
Enjoy family thrills
Europe’s biggest theme park, PortAventura, is just outside Tarragona, on the Costa Dorada - and it’s an absolute must-visit if rollercoasters and the latest funfair attractions are your thing. Want to get wetter and wilder, there are no shortage of fantastic waterparks to try, such as Aquadiver, Lloret de Mar, Costa Brava.
We have lots of ways to help you get to your campsite in Spain. With a huge choice of flights to lots of airports, you can be there in just a few hours.
Check the ‘flight recommendations’ section on parc pages for details of who flies from your nearest airport to the nearest airport(s) to the parc. Once you’ve booked your accommodation, we can then link you to Skyscanner so that you can check availability and book flights. Alternatively, you can call us to book your flight-inclusive holiday.
Want to sail to northern Spain on a comfortable overnight crossing? No problem. Look out for recommended ports and distances on the parc pages, and book your crossing online as part of a ferry-inclusive package, or don't forget that our holiday advisors are always happy to offer advice about the best route to take or to answer any questions about your Spain camping holiday.