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Camping Punta Milà L'Escala, Costa Brava

A real countryside campsite, close to the loveliest beaches of the Costa Brava

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Dive into the blue waves, go for a walk in the inland region, with the coastal massif and the southern plant life, explore the cliffs and little inlets by kayak or with a spot of climbing, discover the very soul of Catalonia! There's just so much to do during your camping holiday! 

Camping Punta Milà
c/ Punta Milà s/n
17130 L'Escala, Montgó
SPAIN
+34 638 652 712

GPS Coordinates
Latitude: N 42° 6' 18''
Longitude: E 3° 9' 30''
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Location
L'Escala, 3 km
Gérone airport, 56 km
Gérone railway station, 44 km
Located between Les Gavarres and the Albera Massif, the region of Empordà is home to all sorts of discoveries, delightful places and amazing things. This is a place you shouldn't miss!
Staying on the Costa Brava? Make the most of your holiday to visit one of the most gorgeous of the Mediterranean’s underwater nature reserves. The Medes Islands offer an unforgettable day for all the family!
On the Costa Brava, it’s almost impossible not to get carried away when you first see the sumptuous Empúries ruins. In their idyllic setting, nature and history have worked together to create a masterpiece.
Between L’Escala and the Costa Brava, the Montgrí nature reserve is a real paradise for people who enjoy their countryside wild! Hiking, diving, climbing, bathing and more...the sky's the limit!
Designed by the artist Salvador Dalí, the Dalí Theatre-Museum is the perfect introduction to his unique universe. Paintings, sculptures, engravings and many other works are yours to discover during a visit that is quite literally out of this world.
Fancy the idea of sunshine and enjoying the water on the Costa Brava? You'll find just what you need in L’Escala! This delightful Spanish town will give your holidays a really Mediterranean flavour!
Flamboyant Barcelona, intoxicating Barcelona… overflowing with sounds, colours and vitality. Take the time during your camping holiday to visit this incredible city!
Whether it's to pay a visit to the eccentric dwelling of artist Salvador Dali (museum at Figueras), to its lovely little fishing harbour or to its authentic inlets and beaches, there are all sorts of good reasons to come and visit Cadaquès!
With cultural and artistic activities, a delightful town centre, gorgeous, fine sand beaches and plenty more, during your stay in Spain, a visit to Figueres is a must!
Get away from the coast and come and explore the inland region of Catalonia and the city of Gerona. Come and visit the authentic Catalan city of Gerona!
The Catalan spirit is alive and well in the town of Palafrugell, at the foot of the Gavarres massif, in the heart of the Costa Brava, between the beaches and the inland region. And it's about to reveal all its secrets to you...
You've got all the delights of the Costa Brava here, with large, fine sand beaches, wild and rocky little inlets with crystal-clear water, the culture of Catalonia and plenty more. There's something for everyone!
Beside a river, in the middle of a protected natural location and right next to one of the loveliest bays of the Mediterranean: the town of Sant Pere Pescador is an opportunity to discover all the delights of Catalan Spain! And you're about to fall in love with it too!
Between the land and the sea, where the deep blue of the Mediterranean and the warm colours of the Montgrí massif come together, the town of Torroella de Montgrí will reveal itself to you; so expect a nice surprise!

The beaches and inlets of the Costa Brava

Known all over the world for its fantastic beaches and its little inlets, the Costa Brava will be a real paradise for people who enjoy bathing and simply relaxing! The wonderful inlet of Cala Montgó, just 850 metres from the campsite, is the perfect place to head for when it comes to bathing and sunbathing! And almost as close you'll find the beaches of Empúries, perfect for kids, and the inlets of Cala Pedrossa and Cala Ferriola, which are a bit more wild and less frequented. 

Extreme and outdoor sports

There are just so many different ways of discovering the beaches, inlets and rocky cliffs of the Costa Brava. Enjoy some excitement and take away some great memories when you do some scuba diving, sea kayaking or climbing, as a way of exploring the coastline! You'll be able to walk along the course of the River Ter, explore the wild little inlets, visit the ocean depths around the Medes Islands, or else head for the skies. 

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