Camping Costa Brava

Looking for sunshine, a change of scenery and good times by the Mediterranean? For a stay with family or friends, opt for a Costa Brava campsite beside the sea, the ideal solution for an unforgettable holiday on the water’s edge!

Camping holidays on the Costa Brava


Camping in Spain is a very attractive option and campsites on the Costa Brava are among the most popular destinations of all. The seaside resorts of Catalonia, and especially those in the province of Girona, provide a wonderful setting and climate... all year round!


The region really does have everything to please: a lovely coastline with the Pyrenees not far away, and beaches where the sand is as warm as you could wish for! And then there are the authentic villages, the local cuisine and the many events all summer long. Everything you need for a dream weekend or week!



4 or 5 star campsites, water parks with a covered swimming pool and children’s clubs... with Yelloh! Village, choose between a camping pitch or a mobile home on the Costa Brava and treat yourself to an amazing chilled-out getaway or an action-packed break in the sun!

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At Yelloh! Village, you can arrange a camping holiday on the Costa Brava to suit all your aspirations. You’ll stay at a campsite with a swimming pool, children’s clubs and high-quality services, and can take your pick from a variety of accommodation ranges: , all-comfort, lodge tents or quirky cottages. There is bound to be a cottage or furnished tent to match your expectations. Meanwhile, authentic camping enthusiasts can book a pitch in a landscaped setting unlike any other.


A trip to the Costa Brava is a chance to immerse yourself in the Catalan culture and explore the local heritage. How about sharing tasty tapas before a beautiful sunset? Quite simply a must! And of course, you’ll have a nice glass of sangria to go with it. And you’ll probably be tempted by a mouthwatering dish of paella, fideuà, gambas prawns, crema catalana or mel i mató too. You know your taste buds will thank you!


What can you do while camping on the Costa Brava?


A holiday on the Catalan coast is the promise of one amazing day after another. Of course you can bask on the beach to your heart’s content, but on the Costa Brava you can also fill your days with sightseeing and entertainment. Choose to stay at the campsite, enjoying the holiday village’s water park and entertainment, or set out to explore the surroundings, with Catalonia’s historical, artistic and natural heritage. The region was, for example, the birthplace of painter Salvador Dalí.


And there’s an impressive list of activities to do in the area, because the Costa Brava – and Catalonia more generally – lies between sea and mountains. In a single stay, you can therefore have fun trying out the water-based activities and then take to the heights with a hike in the Catalan massifs. Finally, there is a whole host of museums and medieval towns and cities.


This is what makes our Spanish campsites on the Costa Brava so special: everyone can tailor their stay to match their mood, which makes it an ideal destination for holidays with the family or your group of friends. Focus on what you like best or put together a varied programme.


Finally, if you want to immerse yourself in the local culture, check out the various events and festivities held in the region. From springtime onwards, there is a succession of festivals, religious and civil celebrations, and sporting events. If you’re on a camping holiday on the Costa Brava in June, be sure not to miss the Sant Joan celebrations, the highlight of the summer festivities that all Catalans look forward to.


In a nutshell, there’s everything here to make sure you have the very best of times!


What are the sightseeing attractions on the Costa Brava?

  • The Sagrada Familia
  • PortAventura
  • Poblet Monastery
  • The ruins of Empúries
  • The monastery of Sant Pere de Rodes
  • Figueres and the Dali theatre-museum
  • The natural parks: the Cap de Creus, the Aiguamolls de l’Empordà and the Montgrí Natural Park
  • The Albera natural site
  • The Camí de Ronda coastal path


What are the activities on offer on the Costa Brava?

  • Diving
  • A boat trip
  • Sailing or windsurfing
  • Amusement or water parks
  • Hiking
  • Cycling
  • Sea kayaking
  • Strolling on the beach and around the characteristic villages
  • Snorkelling
  • Stand-up paddleboarding
  • A jet ski excursion


Where are the most beautiful beaches on the Costa Brava?

  • La Gola beach, in Sant Pere Pescador
  • Les Barques beach, in L’Escala
  • Sant Antoni Beach, in Sant Antoni de Calonge
  • Cala Bona and Cala Giverola, in Tossa de Mar
  • The Platja d’Aro beaches


Which are the most beautiful villages on the Costa Brava?

  • Cadaqués
  • Tossa de Mar
  • Pals
  • Begur
  • Peratallada
  • Palau Sator
  • Peralada
  • Calella de Palafrugell
  • La Bisbal d’Empordà
  • Púbol


Which are the most beautiful towns on the Costa Brava?

  • Roses
  • Figueres
  • L’Escala
  • Sitges
  • Banyoles
  • L’Estartit
  • Blanes


What are the main events nearby?

  • The Feast of Sant Joan
  • The Peralada festival
  • The Festa del Carme parade
  • La Diada de Sant Jordi celebrations
  • The Portalblau festival
  • The National Day of Catalonia (11 September)
  • The Intermon Oxfam Trailwalker race
  • The Temps de Flors, Girona flower festival
  • The international fireworks competition
  • The Festa Major de Sant Feliu de Guixols festival
  • The Porta Ferrada festival
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