With close access to a sandy beach, we think this parc is one of the best campsites in Spain as it offers outstanding views of the surrounding Catalonian coastline yet is situated only 3kms from the popular tourist resort of Playa d’Aro. The owners offer a high standard of facilities including 2 attractive swimming pools for adults and one for children with a depth of 0.5m. There is a friendly traditional restaurant, a take-away and a terraced bar.
A programme of family entertainment is organised during high season. The nearby beach can be reached via some steep steps and a footbridge from the parc. There is a small tourist train which picks you up around tcalonge poolhe park and takes you to this footbridge ! The parc is situated on a steep hillside, while some of our sandy pitches are set on terraces.
Booking Your Holiday
- • Barcelona: 121 km
- • Girona: 43 km
According to Via Michelin, this site is approximately a 7 hour drive from Bilbao where Brittany Ferries sail to.
Things to Do in the Area
Barcelona (110 km)
1 hour 15 mins drive away but 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 (pictured to the right) 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 Batlló is one of the most interesting and unusual houses in Barcelona.
A medium sized waterpark with a great selection of pools and fast slides Restaurant, creperie, fast food and picnic area. Free parking
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 !
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.
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