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Camping in Castilla Y Leon

16 campsites in Spain, Castilla Y Leon

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Campingred El Astral

A friendly, popular site for those travelling to and fro the ferry ports of Santander or Bilbao. Set in a delightful position alongside the River...

Camping Cubillas Valladolid

Go walking, fishing or sightseeing with a stay at Camping Cubillas Valladolid in Castilla y León. A walkers paradise near the Canal de Castilla hiking...

Camping Valle do Seo

Camping Valle do Seo is a small, peaceful, family-run site surrounded by mountains and woodland at the foot of the Barjas River. It is perfect...

Camping Regio

Salamanca is one of Europe’s oldest university cities, and this beautiful old sandstone city has to be visited. This is also a useful staging post...

Camping Monumento al Pastor

This is a very small simple site with just eight touring pitches. Electricity connections are across a roadway and long cables are needed. Mainly used...

Camping Picon del Conde

This all-year site behind a motel on the N1 just to the east of Burgos is used mainly as a night stop. There are 3...

Camping Riaza

This site is situated in the province of Segovia, a hundred or so kilometres north of Madrid, making it a convenient stop en route north...

Camping Fuentes Carrionas

Fuentes Carrionas is a smaller campsite located in Cervera de Pisuerga and has 77 touring pitches offering various locations on the site. They also have...

Camping Municipal Fuentes Blancas

Fuentes Blancas is a site owned by the local ayuntamiento (town hall - municipal) but, for the past seven years, leased to and run by...

Camping El Burro Blanco

Set on a hillside, within the Sierra Peña de Francia and with views of the romantic walled village of Miranda del Castañar and its charming...

Camping Prados Abiertos

The gently terraced 3.5ha Camping Prados Abiertos is set amongst trees on the southern edge of the Sierra de Gredos (regional park), nestling in the...

Camping Fuente de la Teja

This small, family-owned campsite to the south of Soria has 70 pitches of which 50 are available for touring units. They are on rough-cut grass...

Camping El Acueducto

This family run site is located 3 km. from the centre of the interesting city of Segovia with views across the open plain to the...

Camping Riberduero

If you are travelling along the road between Soria and Valladolid you will see some exceptional scenery and in order to reflect upon it, you...

Camping Puerta de la Demanda

This tranquil site on flat ground is overlooked on three sides by the hills and mountains of the Sierra de la Demanda which give the...

Castilla y León

The large region of Castilla y León is located inland, bordering Portugal to the west. It has a rich legacy dating back to the Romans, with an extraordinary wealth of castles, cathedrals and mansions, historic cities and towns.


Steeped in history and architectural sights, the major towns and cities of the provinces all have something to offer. In the south, the town of Ávila is set on a high plain, surrounded by 11th-century walls; and the graceful city of Salamanca was once home to one of the most prestigious universities in the world. Its grand Plaza Mayor is the finest in Spain. 

In the east, Segovia is well known for its magnificent Roman aqueduct, with 163 arches and 29 metres at its highest point; the cathedral; and the fairytale Alcazár, complete with turrets and narrow towers. The attractive city of Soria still retains a Romanesque legacy in its network of medieval streets. Burgos, in the north, is the birthplace of El Cid and has a Gothic cathedral of exceptional quality. The lively university city of Leon boasts a Royal Pantheon, decorated by Romanesque wall paintings, and also an impressive Gothic cathedral. There is also a Gothic cathedral in Palencia, plus an archaeology museum. 

South of León, the old walled quarters of Zamora have a retained medieval appearance, with a dozen Romanesque churches. Valladolid, in the centre of the region, is famous for its processions during the Holy Week celebrations

The region is made up of the following provinces: Avila, Burgos, Leon, Palencia, Salamanca, Valladolid, Zamora, Segovia and Soria. 


Places of interest


Astorga: city of Roman origin, chocolate museum, cathedral.

Ciudad Rodrigo: Renaissance mansions, cathedral, 12th-century walls.

Coca: impressive Mudejar castle, birthplace of the famous Roman emperor Theodosius the Great.

Pantano de Burgomillodo: reservoir, great for birdwatchers.

Parque Natural del Cañón del Río Lobos: park created around the canyon of the River Lobos with rock formations, cave and good walking tracks.

Parque Natural del Lago de Sanabria y alrededores: mountainous area with deep valleys and glacier lagoons, variety of flora and fauna including 76 types of birds and 17 large mammals.


Cuisine of the region

The region is best known for its roast pork and lamb which has earned it the nickname España del Asado (Spain of the Roast). Other local products include trout from León and Zamora, and a variety of pulses: white, red and black beans, Castilian and Pedrosillano chickpeas, and various types of lentils. Soups feature a lot in winter: trout soup, typical of Órbigo de León; garlic soup; Zamora soup, a garlic soup with ripe tomatoes and hot chilli peppers. 

Bizcochos de San Lorenzo: sponge cakes.

Farinatos: sausages made from breadcrumbs, pork fat and spices.

Hornazos: sausage and egg tarts.

Judias del barco con chorizo: haricot beans with sausage.

Yemas: a sweet made with egg yolks and sugar.