Sun, sea and sand is a given when camping in Costa Brava. It's the addition of inviting seaside towns, amusement parks and watersports that truly elevates this Catalonian coast destination into a family favourite for all generations.

Mediterranean resort style ambiance runs throughout each of our parks along this scenic stretch north of Barcelona, from which you can gently explore rustic stone villages, monasteries and hiking paths overlooking the dramatic seascape.

Children and teens will come for the wealth of adrenaline-rushed activities, while adults can bask in the charm of a region with unforgettable seafood and fascinating sights behind medieval town walls. 


Plenty of sun
Towns to explore
Sensational seafood


Hidden Gem: Peratallada

The town of Peratallada, stroll along the streets and explore the medieval walls of this delightful town. Don’t miss the church of Sant Esteve in the square - soak up the atmosphere over a glass of sangria. 

Old Favourite: Figueras

The town that is the birthplace of the surrealist Salvador Dali now plays host to a museum with an extensive collection of his works, many from his personal collections. A great insight into Dali’s world and a great day out.

Local Cuisine: Fideuà

Similar to paella but with noodles instead of rice. ‘Fideuada’ (meaning a large amount of noodles) is a seafood dish seasoned with lemon.

See and Do: Callela de Palafrugell

Sandwiched between our Cala Gogo and Castell Montgri parks is this picturesque seaside village. Time flies by as you relax on the beaches and inviting coves in the area, while the winding streets and archways of Port Bo harbour area are well worth exploring.  

Festivals & Events: Feast of Sant Juan

Catalonia's heritage of festival tradition stretches back thousands of years. The feast of Sant Juan is no exception, as Summer Solstice in June is marked with a celebration to remember; bonfires, fireworks and music across most towns and villages in the region.

Beaches & Lakes: Platja d'Aro

When it comes to beaches, you're spoilt for choice! Visit the two blue-flag beaches at Tossa de Mar with its quaint castle, its lively neighbour Lloret de Mar, Platja d'Aro with its two-kilometre expanse of golden sand, or upbeat Estartit with its range of watersports.


Where is Costa Brava?

Otherwise known as the 'Wild Coast', Costa Brava rests on the northeastern coast of Spain in the Catalonia region. Arguably the most picturesque coastal stretch in the country; 300km of beaches, towns and villages backed by forests and mountains awaits, while region capital Barcelona is only a short car journey from our parks.   

What's the weather like in Costa Brava?

One of the most reliable things about Costa Brava is its wonderful weather. Visit the coast in the summer months of June through September and you will find warm, sunny days with highs in the upper 20 degrees and lows only dropping to the upper teens. 

If you want to go when the beaches are at their quietest, May and September still sees mild temperatures and enough sunshine for days at the beach. 

Where are the best beaches in Costa Brava?

While you can venture along the coast for a day trip to beaches beyond the sands found near your accommodation, our parks in Costa Brava are already handily placed near many of our favourite beaches in the area. 

Family friendly spots such as La Pletera, L’Estartit, with its children's clubs and restaurants, are just a stone's throw away from our Castell Montgri park, while Calella de Palafrugell, found just north of Cala Gogo, has clear, shallow waters, being perfect for kids to paddle around in before you explore the gentle pace of the seaside town.