Cala Gogo Campsite

Cala Gogo Campsite

The Cala Gogo Spanish campsite has a fantastic position on a hillside overlooking the Mediterranean. It overlooks a sandy cove which has crystal clear waters. There is direct access to a private beach and to avoid walking as its a little hilly, there is a mini train which runs from the centre of the campsite directly to the beach !

Some of the Eurocamp mobile homes have a seaview but whether this can be guaranteed would need to be checked when booking. If you are lucky enough you might end up with a mobile home set in a dream position such as the one shown in the photograph above !

The site is quite hilly so if you have mobility issues it is maybe not ideal but please contact Eurocamp for further information. Please note as well that due to the nature of the layout of some parts of the site you may not be able to get parked next to your pitch. Again if this is important to you please check while booking.

Cala Gogo Campsite and beach
  • • Swimming pools - 2 x 25m pools and a children's swimming pool
  • • Supermarket
  • • Bars, including a beach bar
  • • Snack bar and takeaway
  • • Restaurant next to the swimming pool offering regional specialities and children's menu
  • • Kayaks
  • • Bike Hire
  • • Multisports Area, volleyball, tennis
  • • There are site run children's activities such as painting, games and bouncy castle
  • • Children's Disco at holiday times
  • • Games Room
  • • An entertainment team offering beach parties, karaoke, shows, sports and games tournaments in July and August
  • • Children's Entertainment
  • • 3 Playgrounds
  • • Water polo, football, aerobics, basketball, volleyball, table tennis, badminton and tennis
  • • Free WiFi in reception, beach bar and swimming pool bar
  • • All the usual laundry, shower facilities etc. plus a bathroom for the disabled and a baby changing bathroom

Booking Your Holiday

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Getting There

Ferry to Northern Spain or France then Driving

  • • Santander : 800 km
  • • Calais : 1250 km


  • • Perpignan : 128 km
  • • Barcelona : 140 km
  • • Gerona: 40 km

Public Transport

  • • The local railway is at Caldes de Malavella which is 30km and has trains to Barcelona. (Please check these details with the campsite or tour operator though if you are planning to travel by public transport)

Things to Do in the Area

Barcelona (140 km)

If you are interested in seeing the fantastic architecture of this town then its worth the journey. Prepare to be astonished by Gaudi's designs of the Sagrada Familial and Park Guell, a magical park with amazing buildings, sculptures, and tile work designed by Gaudi.

You will also find Gaudi's old home in Park Guell which is now open to the public as a small museum. Casa Batllo is one of the most interesting and unusual houses in Barcelona. Casa Battlo Website

Aquadiver Waterpark, Playa d'Aro

A medium sized waterpark with a great selection of pools and fast slides Restaurant, creperie, fast food and picnic area. Free parking although the campsite often runs a free bus to this Waterpark !

Aquabrava Waterpark

Large water park with several pools, a good selection of waterslides and a wave machine in the large pool. There is a restaurant and a shop as well as a burger bar and sunbed hire !


Visit the old town

Playa d'Aro (2 km)

Lots of restaurants to choose from.

Toy Museum, Figueres

An interesting visit to see toys from the past. Maybe the children will appreciate their electronic gadgets more after visiting this museum ! But then again I bet some of these old board games might inspire you to play some board games while on holiday - even more fun than electronic games ! Click here for a brochure for this museum.

Vies Verdes de Girona

Green cycle routes of the Girona region. You can even download a route map for our Windows, Blackberry or Android mobile device : Click here


A Family waterpark, which has many attractions including mini-golf. Various food outlets, bars and picnic area

Mas Ponsjoan Vineyard

Visit this delightful little vineyard, not far from Playa D'Aro, and sample the local wine produced naturally by traditional Spanish methods. This family owned vineyard also produces oils, dried fruit and seasonal vegetables, and is set in a picturesque location. Not open on Sundays.


Visit the Dali museum here.


There are Greek and Roman ruins to visit here. Why not visit in the morning then have lunch at the little village of Sant Marti d'Empuries, which has some lovely little restaurants around its small square.


Rock Climbing Spain

Nature Reserves of the Catalunya (Catalonia) region of Spain.

To find out more about the Natural Park sof Catalunya click here.

Disclaimer: The reviews published on the site are intended solely for the purpose of providing general information and comment and are purely our opinions. We cannot guarantee that descriptions on this site are accurate, up to date or free from error. We have found that the campsites described are very good and are some of the top campsites in France but we find that it is difficult to find a campsite which has 100% of what you are looking for.  Also one person may love a busy campsite with lots of activities while someone else may love a quiet campsite with a small swimming pool. Actually we tend to be the latter ! So what we have done is highlight the good points of the sites and maybe point out a few of what we have found as slightly negative points. However we strongly recommend that you make full use of as many internet sources as possible before deciding about your holiday, including such things as Google maps.