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Camping in Spain

Spain will amaze you with its culture, its bright colors, tasty food and hospitality!

The coastal area of Catalonia in the south of Spain, is characterized by a typically Mediterranean nature: here you will find solitary beaches with clear waters, natural parks, small typical fishing villages, botanical gardens and historical monuments.

The area has grown rapidly from the 50s and today it is the most touristically developed region of the country.


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Camping Cypsela Resort

Luxurious 5-star campsite, located in a beautiful shady pine forest, with many services and an extensive entertainment program. You can go to the beauty salon or hairdresser, eat delicious tapas on a sunny terrace, take Spanish lessons or play a game of bowling! The campsite has a large 1200m2 water park with slides, trampolines and a ship to play!

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The weather in Spain

Spain is characterized by five different climates that vary between them in altitude and ocean flows. In particular, along the east coast, there is a typically Mediterranean climate with mild winters and hot summers with summer temperatures between 18 ° and 30 °. The perfect time for a stay in the Costa Brava is certainly between May and October.

The best 5 villages to visit in the Costa Brava

Visiting small characteristic villages is awesome, you will be charmed. We prepared a small list for you:
– Calella de Palafrugell is a traditional fishing village in particular quay. This is the perfect place for relax in one of its small coves: the most famous Playa de Canadell.
– Tossa de Mar is for those who prefer a holiday with a “local” flavor and a visit to hidden and private beaches. The ancient medieval village, called Vila Vella, is still today surrounded by the 12th century’s walls, being the only fortified town on Costa Brava.
– Lloret de Mar is a famous destination for young people with a lot of clubs, discos and pubs. The shoreline beaches are 7 kilometers long and the sea is beautiful. Visit Clotilde Gardens that fall sheer to the sea and the Garringa House which houses the Lloret del Mar Museum;
– Blanes is characterized by rocky walls, quiet bays and large beaches. It is located halfway between Barcelona and Girona and is a very quiet family destination very well served;
– Cadaques, nestled among olive groves, is a small village with delightful white houses with red roofs loved by many famous artists such as Picasso and Dali. In the village of Portlligat you can also visit the Dali house museum.