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Campings in Castilla y León, Spain

Explore unexplored Castilla y León camping. Have a look below and find selected family campings in Castilla y León. If you want to get more information about camping Castilla y León, 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 Castilla y León will be now easier.



Balcon de Arribes

Avenida Peredo de Bemposta 1 37175
Salamanca, Castilla y León
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Campig el Calonge

Crta Lastras de cuéllar aguilafuente
Lastras de cuellar, Castilla y León
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Urbión

CL-117, Playa Pita Abejar
Soria, Castilla y León
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El Astral

Camino De Pollos, 8, 47100 Tordesillas
Valladolid, Castilla y León
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Camping Riaño

Ctra. Santander, S/n, Riaño
León, Castilla y León
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Riberduero

Avda Polideportivo, S/n, 47300 Peñafiel
Valladolid, Castilla y León
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Naturaleza

Ctra.c 512 Salamanca Coria, Km.56,7, 37763 San Miguel De Valero
Salamanca, Castilla y León
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Cubillas

Ctra.n 620, Km.102, 47290 Cubillas De Santa Marta
Valladolid, Castilla y León
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Pantano Del Burguillo

Apartado No 20, 05110 El Barraco
Ávila, Castilla y León
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Valle Enmedio

Ctra.alto De Los Leones Peguerinos, Km.11,8, 05293 Peguerinos
Ávila, Castilla y León
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El Carbayal

Crta. Astorga Ponferrada, Km 15, 24722 Santa Colomba De Somoza
León, Castilla y León
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Regio

Ctra.avila Madrid, Km.4, 37900 Santa Marta De Tormes
Salamanca, Castilla y León
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Valle De Iruelas

Las Cruceras, 05110 Barraco
Ávila, Castilla y León
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Prados Abiertos

Ctra.n 502 Avila Talavera, Km.72, 05410 Mombeltran
Ávila, Castilla y León
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Camping Caravaning Playa De Arija

C/ Gran Via S/n, Arija, 09570 Burgos
Burgos, Castilla y León
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Arlanza

Carretera Campamento S/n, 09670 Quintanar De La Sierra (burgos)
Burgos, Castilla y León
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La Cota

Ctra. Le 321, Km.1, 24840 La Vecilla
León, Castilla y León
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Ciudad De León

Ctra/ N 601 León Valladolid, Golpejar
León, Castilla y León
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Sierra De Francia

Ctra.salamanca La Alberca, Km.73, 37623 El Casarito Nava De Francia
Salamanca, Castilla y León
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Camino de Santiago

Casco Urbano, E-09110 Castrojeriz
Burgos, Castilla y León
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Travel Tips & Guides Castilla y León, Spain

History of Burgos

Founded in the 9th century, but retaining its Visigothic name signifying consolidated walled villages (burgos), the city was the seat of a Catholic bishop from the 10th century and became in the 11th century the capital of the Kingdom of Castile. Burgos was a major stop for pilgrims on their way to Santiago de Compostela.  read more...

Interesting Sights in Burgos

Burgos is a city of northwestern Spain, at the edge of the central plateau, with about 170,000 inhabitants in the city proper and another 10,000 in its suburbs. It is the capital of the province of Burgos. The Burgos Laws or Leyes de Burgos were promulgated there in 1512.  read more...

Typical Food and Drink in Valladolid

In the city centre, you can find many restaurants. Castilla y Leon is known because of the suckling pig and suckling lamb. In Valladolid, it is more famous the suckling lamb, and there are restaurants where you go exclusively to eat lamb and the waiters ask you just for the drinks.   read more...

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...

Traditional Food of León

Within the wide range of Leonese cuisine the following dishes are the most representative: cecina (cured, smoked beef), morcilla (a superb variant of blood sausage), botillo (a dish of meat-stuffed pork intestine), garlic soup, el cocido leonés (a mix of meat with vegetables and chickpeas, served after a vegetable-vermicelli soup) and mantecadas (a sweet).  read more...

Interesting Things to See in León

León is famous for its gothic León Cathedral and many other monumental buildings, such as the Real Colegiata de San Isidoro (which holds the Royal Pantheon, a mausoleum in which medieval Kingdom of León's royal family were buried, and also has one of the world's best collections of Romanesque paintings); Casa de Botines (an early work of Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí, nowadays occupied by a bank); San Marcos (originally the Military Order of Santiago's home, built in the 16th century); or the new MUSAC, the Castile and León Museum of Contemporary Art. León is also known for its "fiestas", like Easter. Leonese processions are declared to be of International Interest and, on those days, many people from all over the world visit León to see and participate in its traditions.  read more...

History of León

León was founded in the 1st century BC by the Roman legion Legio VI Victrix. In 68 CE Legio VII Gemina created a permanent military camp, which was the origin of a later city. Its modern name is derived from the city's Latin name Legio VII Gemina, from the Roman legion recruited by Galba from Iberians, which established the site of the city to protect the territory from the wild mountaineers of Asturias and Cantabria, and to secure the transport of gold extracted in the province, especially in Las Médulas.  read more...

Ávila - History and How to Get in By Car

Ávila de los Caballeros (Latin: Abila and Obila) is a town in the south of Old Castile, the capital of the province of the same name, now part of the autonomous community of Castilla y León, Spain.  read more...

 


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