Camping holiday Costa brava
On holiday to the Costa Brava? Enjoy the sun, sea and beach and enjoy a wonderful camping holiday in Spain at Rent-a-Tent! The Costa Brava (Catalan for 'rough, wild coast') is a coastal strip in Catalonia of no less than 200 kilometers on the Mediterranean Sea. The Costa Brava is one of the most beautiful and popular costas in Spain, the region is known for its nightlife places such as Blanes and Lloret de Mar! Explore the beach, seaside resorts and museums of the Costa Brava and enjoy a fully furnished accommodation in Costa Brava at Rent-a-Tent!
Sun, sea and beach
The name Costa Brava describes the rugged character of the coast with its many irregular rocks and bays. In the spring you can already visit the sandy beaches and take a cooling dip in the clear sea water. The Catalan region is known for its coastline with jagged rocks and large differences in height: mountain ranges drop steeply into the sea.
Beautiful seaside resorts
Most beaches are flanked by terraces and restaurants, where you can enjoy cool sangria until the late hours, many typical Catalan fish dishes and a vibrant holiday atmosphere for young and old. Blanes, Lloret de Mar, Rosas, Tossa de Mar, Calella, Malgrat de Mar, Estartit, Empuriabrava and Platja d'Aro are the most famous seaside resorts. Visit the numerous charming villages that characterize the Costa Brava.
Amusement and amusement parks
Looking for a little more action during your holiday? There are many theme parks on the Costa Brava, such as Waterworld in Lloret de Mar, with sensational rapids and slides, and Aquadiver in Platja d'Aro. The gnome park Gnomopark is always recommended for the little ones. We also recommend the Butterfly Park in Empuriabrava, the Botanical Gardens in Blanes or take the Roses Express train.
The Costa Brava has an average annual temperature of 16 degrees Celsius, moderate rainfall and no less than 2500 hours of sunshine per year. Those seeking tranquility enjoy quiet bays with clear turquoise water and picturesque beaches such as Cala de la Fosca or Cala Jóncols, where you can dive or snorkel. Long and extensive sandy beaches can be found in the southern part of the Costa Brava at Lloret de Mar and Blanes and in the northern part at Empuria Brava and l'Escala. Popular beaches include the beach of Platja de Pals, Platja del Castell, Cala del Senyor Ramon, Platja de Llafranc and Begur.