While Calella itself may conjure up visions of mass tourism, this site is set on a very steep hillside some 3 km. out of the town. Any noise from the nearby coast road and railway gets lost as you gain height. Of the 160 pitches, 120 are for touring units, all with electricity and on flat terraces on the slopes, with some shade. The remaining pitches are occupied by Spanish seasonal units. There are good views of the sea from the terraces. The access road is extremely steep, with most of the pitches enjoying the lovely views. The site has been under new ownership since 2011, although at the time of our visit there was little evidence of any development other than the addition of six tents to rent.
There are good beaches (including a naturist beach) just across the road and railway, accessible via a tunnel and crossing. Although the site remains open all year, amenities appear limited outside high season.