You’ll enjoy the beautiful beaches of the historic town of Tossa de Mar. 3 km away, Gran beach, Es Codolar beach, and Mar Menuda beach, overlooked by the magnificent medieval walls of the old city (classified ‘historical monument’). A botanical garden at the heart of the campsite — the Mediterranean Park — showcases Mediterranean fauna and flora and offers a pleasant discovery for both young and old. Explore the Roman town of els Ametllers, next to Tossa de Mar, (1st century BC — 6th century AD). Discovered in 1914, Tossa de Mar is one of the largest towns of the former province of Tarraco. The site has something for everyone to enjoy.
The Costa Brava is the name that was given to the northeastern coast of Catalonia, in the province of Girona. It runs from the French border and spans nearly 255 kilometres along wild coastlines, offering superb panoramic views over the Mediterranean. Holiday makers will be spoilt for choice when it comes to cultural outings and activities. Discover Cadaqués, the small and splendid seaside resort town where the spirit of the painter Dali stills reigns on (122 km), St Pierre de Rodes and its monastery (11 km), etc. Go on a trip down to Barcelona (86 km) to see the port, beach, Gaudí’s Sagrada Familia basilica and Güell Park (where Gaudí used to live) and of course, the famous Ramblas, the Medes Islands (72 km) and beautiful seabed — heaven on earth for diving enthusiasts. And last but not least, visit Tossa de Mar (3 km) and its medieval ‘historical monument’ quarter.