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Most people think of camp sites in Spain in connection with a beach holiday. One of the most popular regions for camping in Spain is the Costa del Sol in Andalusia. Not without reason: sol is Spanish for sun; and you can be assured of 300 sunny days per year. But don’t spend the whole holiday lying on your beach towel however tempting that may be, because inland Spain is beautiful and a real experience!
There are many more camp sites in Spain than just on the Costa del Sol. Besides the Costa del Sol in the south around Marbella and Torremolinos, the Costa Brava (Cataluña on the east coast near Barcelona) has developed into a gigantic holiday paradise that has an unbelievable number of delights to offer the spoilt tourist. Many tourists return each year to their favourite camp site on the ‘rugged coast’ of Spain which lives up to its name: rough, wild and impetuous, contrasted with miles of sandy beaches and sheer cliffs with intimate bays. And whichever of our Spanish camp sites you visit you will never be at a loss for delicious food (Spanish dishes such as paella or tapas) and excellent wine. Quite simply, a holiday on a camp site in Spain means relaxation but also being immersed in a completely different culture!
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