Eurocamp can currently offer a choice of 14 camp sites in Catalonia, spread all the way from the Pyrenees to the Costa Dorada, south of Barcelona, and other sites in Cantabria and Andalucia.
You can check the amenities and activities at each site before making any booking, as well as the opportunity to view accommodation and site videos to help you make the most informed choice before making your booking.
Catalonia is the most northerly of Spain's Mediterranean regions, with a coastline interspersed with pretty pine-backed coves and white-washed fishing villages such as Rosas. As well as popular resort areas such as the Costa Brava and Costa Dorada, the region also includes medieval walled villages standing amongst the pine-clad rocky Catalonian mountains, rising sharply from the coast, where beaches vary from long sandy stretches to sheltered coves. Its capital, Barcelona, has a continental atmosphere with a mix of history and culture.
Cantabria's coastline is known as the Costa Verde, or 'Green Coast', and few areas of Spain have greater natural beauty. Bordered to the east by Spain's Basque country and the historic city of Pamplona, the region has its own distinct customs and traditions. The Atlantic coast is backed by beautiful snow-capped mountains and the gorges of the Picos de Europe.
Andalucia offers you an unusual choice of coastline experiences. Camping Capobino sits in the heart of the Costa del Sol, with its sophisticated nightlife and elegant marinas, while you are also close to the stunning Costa de la Luz, with its fine, golden sand and huge Atlantic rollers.
See also: Camping in Girona (Costa Brava & Pyrenees)
- for more camp sites on the popular Catalan coastline between the Pyrenees and Barcelona.