Counties in Spain

All campsites in Spain in our Spain camping directory are organized into following categories:

Albacete (Central)

Aragon (Central East)

Basque Country (North Centre)

Cantabria (North Centre)

Castilla y León (Central East)

Extremadura (South West)

Guadalajara (North Centre)

La Coruna A Coruna (North Centre)

Madrid area (Central)

Navarre (North Centre)

Segovia (North Centre)

Teruel (North Centre)

Vizcaya Bizkaia (North Centre)

Alicante (North East)

Asturias (North Centre)

Caceres (North Centre)

Castellon Castello (North Centre)

Catalonia (North East)

Galicia (North West)

Huesca (North Centre)

La Rioja (North Centre)

Murcia area (South East)

Orense Ourense (North Centre)

Sevilla (North Centre)

Valencia (North Centre)

Zamora (North Centre)

Andalucia (South Centre)

Balearic Islands (Central East)

Canary Islands (South West)

Castilla la Mancha (Central)

Ciudad Real (North Centre)

Gerona (North Centre)

Islas Baleares Lles Balears (North Centre)

Lerida Lleida (North Centre)

Navarra (North Centre)

Pontevedra (North Centre)

Soria (North Centre)

Valencia area (Central East)


Campings in Spain

Explore unexplored Spain camping. Have a look below and find selected family campings in Spain. If you want to get more information about camping Spain, just click on the camping name. To browse european campings by country, please use a menu on the left hand side. For your convenience, we organized all campings in europe by country, county and city. Looking for your camping Spain will be now easier.


Situated in front of the beach, open all the year around. 250 km. south of Barcelona (20 km. south from Peñiscola), motorway exit number 44, continue by national road N-340 for 3 km. northwards and at km. 1018, take direction Alcossebre. All services, pools, supermarket "Consum", bar-restaurant, beauty salon, for rent bikes and kayacs, car wash, animation for everybogy, mini club, children park, laundry...and new sanitary block.
Alcossebre, Castellon Castello
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Av. del Grau 1, 17256, PLATJA DE PALS
Platja De Pals, Catalonia
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Camping & Bungalows Portuondo

Barrio Portuondo s/n (Carretera Gernika-Bemeo km. 47) 48360 Mundaka-Vizcaya
Mundaka, Vizcaya Bizkaia
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Ecocampementnomade/ Cortijo la Atalaya Apartado la Paloma
Malaga, Andalucia
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Centro Vacacional MACENAS

Ctra. Mojácar - Carboneras
Mojácar, Andalucia
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Centro Vacacional MACENAS

Ctra. Mojácar - Carboneras
Mojácar, Andalucia
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Balcon de Arribes

Avenida Peredo de Bemposta 1 37175
Salamanca, Castilla y León
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Camping Pueblo Blanco

Road 384 Km 69
Olvera, Andalucia
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Campig el Calonge

Crta Lastras de cuéllar aguilafuente
Lastras de cuellar, Castilla y León
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Camping Valdevaqueros

Carretera Nacional 340 Km 75.5
Cádiz, Andalucia
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CL-117, Playa Pita Abejar
Soria, Castilla y León
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Camping Cala Bassa

Carretera Cala Bassa Final
Ibiza, Balearic Islands
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Camping Bungalows Park Arco Iris

Carretera M 501 Km 7.100 Sentido Boadilla Del Monte A Villaviciosa De Odón., 28670 Villaviciosa De Odón.
Madrid, Madrid area
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La Rosaleda

Ctra. Pradillo, Km 1,300, 11140 Conil De La Frontera
Cádiz, Andalucia
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camping las palmeras

calle camping baños de fortuna murcia 30626 españa
Murcia, Murcia area
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Camping Amfora

Avinguda Josep Tarradellas 2 17470 Sant Pere Pescador Spain
Sant Pere Pescador, Catalonia
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Camping El Tejon

Camping El Tejon Alfarnatejo 29194 Malaga
Alfarnatejo, Andalucia
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Ctra. N. 260 km 369 22471 Laspaúles, Huesca
Castejon De Sos, Huesca
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La Granjita Camping Site

Apartado 284, 46370, Chiva, Valencia, Spain
Valencia, Valencia
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Camping L'Escala

Camí Ample,21
L'Escala, Catalonia
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Travel Tips & Guides Spain

What to See in Valladolid

Valladolid is an industrial city and its municipality in central Spain, upon the Rio Pisuerga and within the Ribera del Duero region. It is the capital of the province of Valladolid and of the autonomous community of Castile and Leon, therefore is part of the historical region of Castile.  read more...

History of Valladolid

Valladolid was captured from the Moors in the 10th century, being a small village improved by count Pedro Ansúrez in the 11th century; by the 15th century it was the residence of the kings of Castile and remained the capital of the Kingdom of Spain until 1561, when Philip II, born here, moved the capital to Madrid. Christopher Columbus died in Valladolid in 1506 in a house which is now a Museum dedicated to him. It was made the capital of the kingdom again between 1601 and 1606 by Philip III. It was in that period when Cervantes published his first edition of Don Quixote in 1604.  read more...

What to See in A Coruna

A Coruña (Spanish: La Coruña; Galician: A Coruña; also Corunna in English, and archaically The Groyne) is the second largest city in Galicia in Northwestern Spain. The city is also the capital of A Coruña province.  read more...

Festivals in Murcia

The Holy Week processions in the city of Murcia are famous throughout Spain. Life-sized sculptures by Francisco Salzillo (1707-1783) are taken out of museums and carried around the city in elegant processions full of flowers and, at night, candles. These finely detailed sculptures portray events leading up to and including the crucifixion.  read more...

History of Murcia

Murcia was founded with the name of Medinat Mursiya in A.D. 825 by Abd ar-Rahman II, emir of Al-Andalus. The Egyptians, who spoke Arabic (and who were therefore confused with being of Arabic descent), taking advantage of the course of the river Segura, created a complex network of irrigation channels that made the town prosperous and is the predecessor of the modern irrigation system. The Arab traveller Muhammad al-Idrisi described it in the 12th century as populous and strongly fortified.   read more...

Interesting Things to See in Murcia

Murcia is a small city (350,000 inhabitants) on the East coast of Spain. It is the capital of the region, also called Murcia. The city of Murcia was founded in 831 by Abd-Al-Rahman II in the center of the Segura river valley. The remnants of this Moorish rule can be seen in the still-visible city wall, which contrasts strongly with the city's numerous churches.  read more...

History of Zaragoza

The city was the Roman colonia of Caesaraugusta, founded under Augustus in Hispania Citerior. From 1018 to 1118 Zaragoza was one of the taifa kingdoms, independent Muslim states which emerged in the 11th century following the destruction of the Cordoban Caliphate. During the first three decades of this period, 1018–1038, the city was ruled by the Banu Tujibi.   read more...

Places of Interest in Zaragoza

Zaragoza (also known as Saragossa; Latin: Caesaraugusta; Muslim: Sarakusta; Proto-Latin: Salduba) is the capital city of the autonomous region and former Kingdom of Aragon in Spain, and is situated on the river Ebro and its tributaries, the Huerva and Gállego, near the centre of the region, in a great valley with a variety of landscapes, ranging from desert (Los Monegros) to thick forest, meadows and mountains.  read more...

Typical Food and Drink in Zaragoza

You can get food from any part of the world in Zaragoza but make sure you try some specifically real Spanish food and from the region.  read more...

Historical Buildings in Oviedo

Cathedral of San Salvador, from 14th century, erected in 1388 over the previous cathedral, which was founded in the 8th century is the most important sight.  read more...

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