You can also enjoy the beaches of the historic town of Tossa de Mar, 3 km away, the Gran beach, the Es Codolar beach, and the Mar Menuda beach, which are overlooked by the medieval walls of the old town, classified as a “historic monument”.
A botanical garden in the heart of the campsite, the Mediterranean Park, brings together Mediterranean flora and fauna, a nice walk for young and old.
Next to Tossa de Mar, the Roman villa of els Ametllers (1st century BC – 6th century AD), discovered in 1914, is one of the most important villas of the ancient province of Tarraco and will fascinate young and old alike.
Between fishing villages, secret coves with crystal clear water, large family beaches and multifunctional nautical centers, the Costa Brava offers a versatile coastline that charms thrill seekers. and water sports such as nature lovers, art and old stones.
Among the most beautiful beaches on the Costa Brava are the wild coves of Cap de Creus in Cadaquès, or the isolated cove of Sa Tuna in Begur.
For water sports and entertainment, from towed buoys to flyboarding, head to the beautiful beaches of Roses.
Finally, don’t miss the 30 kilometers of canals of one of the largest marinas in the world: Empuriabrava, also known as the Venice of Spain!
With its grandiose natural spaces and its coastline with varied scenery, the Costa Brava offers you the opportunity to fill up on activities: with family, as a couple or with friends, many leisure is available to you!
A paradise for nautical activities, the Costa Brava has rocky coves ideal for snorkeling and scuba diving.
In the resorts, the most varied nautical experiences are on offer: towed buoys, parasailing, flyboarding, catamaran excursions, or even Flite rental, an electric surfboard that allows you to fly above above the waves.
The Costa Brava is also home to many amusement parks, such as Aqua Brava in Rosas, Water World in Lloret del Mar, or the floating course in Empuriabrava.
Tropical gardens and botanical gardens are also pleasant places to take a walk with the family, as are the natural parks with hiking trails.
A ride in the little train along the bay of Rosas or in the rice fields of Pals, tree climbing or lazing on the beaches, the list of leisure activities that await you in the Costa Brava is endless.
The Costa Brava is the name given to the coast of northeastern Catalonia, in the province of Girona. It starts at the French border and stretches for almost 255 kilometers of wild coastline with a superb view of the Mediterranean.
A large number of excursions and cultural activities are offered to summer visitors.
Discover Cadaques, the beautiful little seaside resort where the spirit of the painter Dali still reigns (122 km), St Pierre de Rodès and its monastery (11km).
Go to Barcelona (86 km) with its port, its beach, its Basilica “La Sagrada Familia” and the Park Güell created by Gaudi (he had his house there) and of course, the famous Ramblas…the Medes islands (72km) with their magnificent sea beds, a paradise for diving enthusiasts, and finally, Tossa de Mar (3km) and its medieval district classified as a “historical monument”.
Fancy a lively, festive and lively holiday on the Costa Brava?
Local events are numerous, especially in summer.
The folk dances of the sardanas are discovered during all the traditional village festivals.
In June, the night of Saint John is celebrated on all the beaches of the Costa Brava.
In July, one of the most important fireworks festivals in the world takes place in Blanes.
The port of Calella de Palafrugell hosts music festivals.
The Costa Brava also has many beach clubs, bars, restaurants and nightclubs.
Each seafront has its night market in store for you in summer.