Camping L'Estartit

Discover L’Estartit, a seaside resort on the Costa Brava, part of the municipality of Torroella de Montgri in Girona, near the Medes Islands. Family activities, leisure and exploration will be on the programme of your holidays.

Do you know L’Estartit?

L’Estartit is a well-known seaside resort on the Costa Brava. Much appreciated by scuba divers for being close to the Medes Islands, a major marine reserve in the western Mediterranean. The town will delight you with its verdant surroundings, beaches and historic culture.

When you arrive, let yourself be charmed by the beauty of the natural environment around the town. Discover its long fine sand beaches, its tree-covered hills, its natural parks and its protected species. Lift anchor and set out on a boat or kayak trip to observe the 1,300 plant and animal species present in the area. Lobster, grouper, and even red coral are just a few of them. Dive into the water to observe them or admire them through the glass bottom of a boat, the perfect activity for families and children.


Depending on what you are looking for, pay a visit to one of the three main beaches in L’Estartit:

  • - Platja Gran, near the town centre is easily accessible for families. Many services are available on site: watersports, deckchair rentals, baby changers, etc.
  • - Platja Els griells is ideal if you want to enjoy some watersports. There are many to choose from: kayaking, paddleboarding, kitesurfing, and more. Ramps and footbridges ensure access for persons with reduced mobility (PRM).
  • - Finally Pletera, located in a natural area, is perfect if you are looking for peace and tranquillity. It is a discreet and quiet beach conducive to rest and relaxation.

The marina in L’Estartit is near the town centre and also offers a large number of watersport activities: kitesurfing, windsurfing, scuba diving, snorkelling and even waterskiing. Activities that will delight young and old alike during your holiday in Spain.

Finally, the climate is very pleasant in L’Estartit, even in the summer. Mild, dry and warm at the same time, the average temperatures generally do not exceed 28°C. Perfect, no?


Did you know?

A few years ago, long before the tourism boom, L’Estartit was one of the largest fishing ports on the Costa Brava. Today it is still possible to admire the fishing boats that recall the period and traditions of our ancestors.

On the programme?

There is a great deal of history in the region. Stroll around its medieval villages, such as the Iberian village of Ullastret, with its exceptional medieval ruins of great historic value and its exhibition centre where ancient objects found during archaeological excavations are presented. The medieval site of Peratallada, especially the Plaça de Les Voltes, has preserved its medieval urban character over the years. Discover the typical architecture of the period and treat yourself at one of the many restaurants in the surrounding area.

Just a few kilometres from the town, Montgri Castle is another great surprise in the area. Located on a small limestone mountain of the same name, this fortification dating from the early 14th century offers a sweeping view over the entire Empordà plain as far as the Canigou massif!

You’re going to love exploring the town of L’Estartit during your campsite holiday in Spain.