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Beach Campsites in Spain

295 campsites in Spain, Beach

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Sitting on the terrace in front of the restaurant – a beautifully converted Catalan farmhouse dating from 1908 – it is difficult to believe that...

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This spacious, friendly site is run by Michelle, Josep and their daughter. It is spotlessly clean and well maintained and the owners operate the site...

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Camping Bravoplaya is a very large site divided into two by a quiet road, with a reception on each side with friendly, helpful staff. There...

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A very welcoming, open site, which is attractively laid out and cared for. The 230 grass pitches are flat and well maintained, with some shade...

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Family run campsite Camping Rodas is in a beautiful area of Spain, very close to the town of Roses and Santa Margarida beach. There is...

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Some two kilometres from the sea on the Costa Brava, this is a pristine and surprisingly tranquil site in two parts, split by the access...

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La Gaviota is a delightful, small, family run site at the end of a cul-de-sac with direct beach access. This ensures a peaceful situation with...

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This large and impressive, deluxe site is very efficiently run by the Sandaya Group. The main part of the camping area is pinewood, with over...

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This is an extensive site set by an attractive weir near the town of Mendigorria, alongside the River Arga. It takes its name from an...

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Benidorm is increasingly popular for winter stays and Villasol is a genuinely good, purpose built modern site. Many of the 448 well separated pitches are...

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Situated on the busy Costa Brava at Lloret de Mar, Camping Tucan is well placed to access all the attractions of the area and the...

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Ohai Conil has been undergoing improvements during the winter of 2021/22. Unfortunately, the works have been delayed due to coronavirus and a shortage of materials...

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Camping Joan is a very friendly, family run site to the south of the popular village of Cambrils and with direct access to a fine...

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This is a welcoming and organised family site approached by an attractive road flanked by orchards. Aquarius has direct access to a quiet, sandy beach...

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Camping Ribamar is tucked away within the National Park of the Sierra de Irta, to the north of Alcossebre, and with direct access to a...

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A pleasant tree-lined approach road gives way to avenues of palms as you arrive at Torre del Sol. This large, well-designed site occupies a good...

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Alannia Costa Blanca (formerly Marjal) is a fully equipped site situated 15 km. inland on the southern Alicante coast, close to the towns of Crevillente...

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2022, 2020, 2019, 2018

Kiko Park is a smart site nestling behind protective sand dunes alongside a Blue Flag beach. There are sets of attractively tiled steps over the...

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This excellent site was opened in 1999. Its owner has many years of experience and has listened to what campers want and has then delivered...

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This campsite is situated on the beach in the small fishing village of L’Ampolla, famous for its gastronomy, peaceful beaches and coves. The site offers...

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Beach

Spain is a favourite amongst European tourists, especially in the summer months, thanks to excellent temperatures and stunning beaches on offer. In fact, even over the winter Spain remains a popular destination for holidaymakers and it’s common for people to travel over the Christmas and New Year period too. 

It’s the fourth largest European country and as such, Spain offers much for all the family. No matter the type of camping holiday you’re on the lookout for, you’re sure to find it in this country. To help with your decision, Alan Rogers has inspected and selected the best campsites near the beach in Spain. There are over 200 to pick from as well, so you’re spoilt for choice.

If you’re a sun lover, the south coast of Spain is particularly appealing. Malaga is a very popular location, with some fantastic tourist attractions in this region. Meanwhile, on the eastern there are the major cities of Valencia and Barcelona. In the north of Spain, not only are you close to the beach, but also beautiful scenery and the mountainous Pyrenees district.

Spain offers a number of amazing beaches to explore, including Cantabria, Costa Brava, Majorca and Costa del Sol. These idyllic locations will offer the usual watersport activities you’d expect, whilst also being close to major urban areas with diverse culture on offer. 

What’s more, you can filter the camping options on the left-hand-side in order to find the perfect destination. You’ll quickly be able to narrow your options, selecting campsites that have the facilities you want or include the activities you love to take part in. From bicycle hire and fishing, to golf or even sailing, you’ll find the ideal campsite on the Spanish coastline. 

So why delay? You can simply start looking through the recommended campsites below to find out more information. If you like what you see, you’ll be able to book up your next trip today and have a brilliant holiday to start looking forward to.