Catalonian Girona Costa Brava Camping Sites, Caravan Parks and Holiday Parks

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Campsites, Camping and Holiday Parks in Catalonian Girona Costa Brava

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Information about Catalonian Girona Costa Brava

Some information about Catalonian Girona Costa Brava from Campsite Finder Online, your online guide to camping and caravanning.

Camp Sites, Campgrounds, caravanning and touring in the Costa Brava and Girona

Girona covers an area of 6,000 squares kilometres and is located in the northeast of the Iberian Peninsula.


It is located within Spain, and is in the region of Catalonia and disstricts of Barcelona and Lleida.

Located between the Pyrenees and the Mediterranean Sea, this prime location has made Girona an intersection of cultures, also a region of great commercial and tourist activity.

Many of the early Spanish state camp sites opened in Girona, a pioneer in the development of camping / caravanning around the country.


The artistic wealth over the years has characterized the Girona ,Costa Brava and the Pyrenees There are many Museums and historic building to walk around to escape the mid day sun.


The Iberians, Greeks and Romans, visited Girona and some even made it a place to settle.

Visit our castles, chapels and churches and discover the great artists who from Girona, such as the famous painter Salvador Dali, the architect Rafael Masó and poet / writer Josep Pla.

To taste the culture and the wealth of the locals visit one of the towns festivals, where people gather to share and celebrate the fest of the town.


In addition, throughout the year and especially during the months of July and August, several towns, host excellent music festivals that attract artists of international renown to the Costa Brava.

A guide to Costa Brava Camping

The mixture of sandy beaches, rocky cliffs, picturesque fishing towns and pretty
seaside resorts has made the north east corner of Spain a popular tourist
destination. With the temperate climate, it is an ideal camping destination and has plenty to offer for families. Staying out of doors with a glass of wine, watching
the stars twinkling on a beautifully warm evening creates the perfect camping
Spanish state camping began in this area and the choice of affordable sites is vast, giving options from luxury to basic. Camping in Spain is not just for travelling back packers, but can be achieved in moderate luxury. For those who need a few creature comforts, choose a permanent campsite with ready erected tents with all facilities. If you are looking to become one with the earth, go for a simple and basic site.

The beauty of camping in the Costa Brava is that it allows you to see beyond the
resorts and the hotels and to escape the hustle and bustle that is associated with
Spanish coasts. Although many consider camping to be the "rough" holiday option, sleeping virtually beneath the stars in this part of the world is a balmy pleasure rather than a teeth chattering hell.

Camping in the Costa Brava offers a sense of freedom not necessarily found within the hotel culture. Activities are usually high on the agenda, such as scuba diving, hiking in the nearby mountains, fishing and swimming. Although camping is restricted to organised sites, this form of holidaying offers the option to discover more offthe beaten track places and the chance to explore further. With hidden coves, coastal forts and secluded bays, all nestling within the shadow of the mountains with their nature reserves, parks and gorges just waiting to be explored, this is an area for those who love the outdoors.

Of course, there are also plenty of towns with good nightlife when you are ready for some civilisation. Tossa de Mar is an unknown pleasure and Lloret de Mar offers options for more sophisticated living and for those who crave the occasional party, Benidorm is a just a short drive down the coast.
Camping is one way to enjoy cheap holidays in Benidorm as well as its northern neighbours on the Costa Brava. Benidorm is an increasingly popular Spanish resort offering all amenities any holidaymaker could wish for. With regular flights to and from the UK, Benidorm is an excellent camping destination and is not just for hotel revellers.

By Nina Blanchard

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