Camping at campsites in Spain
Campsites in Spain
• Sun-drenched climate• Sun, sea and beach
• City trips to Barcelona and Madrid
• Delicious Spanish cuisine with wine and paella
If you camp at the campsites in Spain, you will stay in one of the most popular holiday areas in Europe. Partly thanks to the attractive climate and the many sandy beaches, it is such a big attraction. The popular seaside resorts are numerous. Are you looking for more than a dip? Spain also has a number of islands where it is good to stay. The Canary Islands, Mallorca and Ibiza are the best known. Furthermore, the large cities such as Barcelona and Madrid also have a lot to offer.
A delicious wine cannot be missed in Spanish cuisine. Spain is known for its own delicious wines. During your vacation, this is of course the time to enjoy it. Other typical products are olive oil and tropical fruits. There is a good chance that these will be produced near the campsite. Don't forget to feast on the fresh seafood used in the paella and the typical local tapas. Ask for it at the reception of the campsites in Spain.
September, the month of harvest in Spain
The month of September in Spain means, among other things, wine harvests and the sensational vintage festivals. Taste the delicious wines at the wine tasting and then step onto the dance floor with typical Spanish music. Feel free to take a look in one of the many bodegas and taste the most delicious wines here, which wine lover would not want that? So the month of September is the time to go on vacation to Spain and get closer to the vintages, because tourism, wine and good food are a good combination!
Campsites in Spain are often located in the wine regions. The most famous wine regions are La Rioja, La Mancha and of course Jerez, where the famous sherry wine comes from. In the Galicia area you have the delicious white wine Albariño. This white wine goes perfectly with fish and shellfish dishes. Enjoy a delicious sweet wine for dessert? Then the sherry variety Pedro Ximenez is definitely recommended!
Campsites in Spain: sun-drenched costas
Most campsites in Spain can be found on the coast. This is not surprising, because the beaches and bathing water are of good quality. Young and old know how to find their way to the Spanish coast. One of the most famous coastal areas is of course the Costra Brava, which is part of the province of Girona in Catalonia. Feel free to pitch your tent at Platja d’Aro, L’Esterartit or Sant Pere Pescador, because here you will find a lot of beach, sea, nature and culture. Such as the Greek ruins of Empúries and the monastery of Sant Pere.
The Costa Dorada, in the vicinity of Tarragona, is especially fun for families. The memories of the Roman era are characteristic of this region. Long beaches, with small sheltered bays in soft and fine sand, invite you to relax. A range of activities are available in the area around the coast, including hiking, mountain biking, horse riding and water sports.
Other popular coastal regions for campsites in Spain are the Costa Blanca and the Costa del Sol. The most famous places in the province of Alicante, on the Costa Blanca, are Benidorm and Alicante. Ideal for a relaxing holiday at the beach. On the Costa del Sol, in the south of the country, the sun shines even 300 days a year. It is therefore good to stay at the campsite in the towns of Malaga and Marbella.
Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia and is easily accessible from various campsites on the Spanish Costa. In this metropolis you live the Mediterranean life. Sit down on the terrace, enjoy a Catalan wine and delicious tapas. In Barcelona the memories of the Roman era are numerous, because history and art are closely linked. In 1883 architect Gaudi started the historical project La Sagrada Familia and it is still being built today. The result so far is astonishing. Furthermore, Barcelona is full of museums and theaters and one of the largest exhibitions by Pablo Picasso can be admired in the Picasso Museum.
There are plenty of campsites in the Madrid area that are suitable as a base for the capital of Spain. The historic town square, Plaza Mayor, is one of the most popular squares in Madrid. If you keep walking, you will walk past the Royal Palace (Palacio Real), the Plaza de Oriente, theater of the Opera and the modern Cathedral of Almudena. The extensive parks are characteristic of Madrid, such as the Juan Carlos I Park. During the day, Madrid has traditional festivals, such as bullfighting during the festivals of San Isidro. In the evenings, taste the atmosphere of city life in the cafes and dance the flamenco.
Malaga is located by the sea and has a fantastic climate for sun worshipers. Start your day with shopping or a cultural attraction. Such as the Gibralfaro castle from the 14th century, the Archaeological Museum, the Roman theater andthe historic cathedrals. End your sun-drenched day with a leisurely stroll along the beach promenade.
More popular Spanish cities
The Spanish cities are very demanding and there are too many to mention. Due to the good climate, there are always many campsites in Spain. This way you can enjoy the typical Basque tapas in Bilbao. Here you should also visit the Guggenheim Museum. In the port city of Valencia you will also find modern art, interspersed with the memories of a distant past, from 138 years before Christ. You will also find the charm of the beach and sea in Seville. The city is characterized by a rich Arab heritage. Popular festivals and world heritage are plentiful.
Campsites in Spain by the sea
Spain has long been one of the most popular camping destinations for the Dutch. Camping in Spain is possible for everyone because of the versatility of activities and culture. Some campers get satisfaction from a day at the beach with an occasional cocktail on the terrace of the boulevard, the other prefers to discover the Spanish villages with local markets and tapas stalls. It does not matter, Spain always has something to suit your holiday. The range of campsites is also varied and offers possibilities for wonderful beach holidays or quiet nature holidays. The campsites on the Spanish coast are particularly popular, where most holidays are spent by families and couples every year. Campingnavigator therefore has an extensive range of the best campsites in Spain by the sea. This guarantees that the right offer is available for every camping wish.