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Camping in Spain - all the top-campsites in Spain

The wonderful sunshine, rich culture, diverse terrain, and welcoming atmosphere make Spain the ideal choice for a luxury camping holiday. Contact us today here at Lux-Camp so we can find you the perfect accommodation for your next camping holiday in Spain.

Camping in Spain - all the top-campsites in Spain
The wonderful sunshine, rich culture, diverse terrain, and welcoming atmosphere make Spain the ideal choice for a luxury camping holiday. Contact us today here at Lux-Camp so we can find you the perfect accommodation for your next camping holiday in Spain.
List of most popular destinations in Spain (4)
Costa Dorada
Costa Dorada
With its golden sand beaches, laid-back atmosphere, and gorgeous natural environment, Costa Dorada makes for the best introduction to luxury camping. Contact the experts at Lux-Camp to find the ideal luxury camping site for your holiday in the Golden Coast.
  • Ancient & traditional Spain
  • More than 2.000 beaches
  • Feel the buzz of Barcelona
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Costa Brava
Costa Brava
Behold Costa Brava, where mile after mile of coastal scenery, secluded beaches, and impressive natural parks await your arrival. The region's fantastic tourist infrastructure and excellent weather make Costa Brava the perfect destination for a camping holiday.
  • Spend a day in Barcelona
  • Beautiful sandy beaches
  • Europe's biggest water parks
31 available campsites
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The Green Coast of Cantabria is the perfect destination for a camping holiday. Set between stunning white sand beaches and dramatic mountain scenery, the Costa Verde region is comparatively undeveloped and includes nature reserves with abundant wildlife. Capital of the region is Santander with its many beaches, picturesque harbour and historic cathedral. A holiday at a luxury camping site is the best way to experience the natural environment of this stunning corner of Spain.
  • The green coast of Spain
  • Elegant seaside towns
  • Between mountains and sea
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Costa Blanca
Costa Blanca
Boasting some of the most impressive historical cities in the country as well as large areas of intense natural beauty, Costa Blanca is the perfect place for culture-loving families to explore during their luxury camping break, while this part of the country is also celebrated for its traditional cuisine and warm hospitality. Get the most out of this enchanting experience by booking your spot on a luxury camping site through LuxCamp.
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Camping Spain - the best campsites

Luxury Camping in Spain

LUX Camp offers a wide range of all the best campsites in Spain. With campsites in 3 regions, stunning landscapes, beautiful cities and excellent beaches, camping in Spain is an all time favourite with families. 

Book your next luxury family camping holiday online or contact one of our highly experinced sales agents to our more about campsites in Spain. 

Spain is one of the most beautiful countries in the world with a wide variety of terrain including lush mountains, stunning beaches, exotic islands, and ancient cities. This all makes Spain an ideal location if you are looking for a holiday camping site.

Camping Spain

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  • Day trip to explore Barcelona
  • Beach camping on the Costa Brava
  • Lazy days exploring the historical walled city of Cuenca
  • Unique encounters while camping in rural Spain

The Most Popular Areas of Spain to Camp In

Camping in Spain - Costa Brava

The coastal region of Costa Brava is one of the most popular tourist areas in Europe due to its romantic atmosphere and great beaches including Platja de Pals, Platja de Canadell, Platja de Tamariu, and Cap de Creus. There is also some great nightlife as well as family entertainment.

Campsites Spain - Costa Dorada

Costa Dorada in Catalonia is also known as the ‘Golden Coast’ because it has about 150 miles of sandy beach. The city of Barcelona is just 60 miles away, and there are some excellent local attractions including Port Adventura Theme Park, the Roman Aqueduct in Tarragona, and Playa de la Pineda (an amazing man-made beach).

Camping Spain - Cantabria

Cantabria is the most diverse part of Spain because it offers a mix of mountains, beaches, rural villages, and seaside towns. This is a good place to go if you are looking for a luxury camping site as it is a hotspot for glamping. Cantabria is right next to the Bay of Biscay and the Cantabrian Mountains, so it is a perfect spot for an adventure holiday.

Beaches and Nature in Spain


The great weather in Spain means that it is the ideal place to go to enjoy the great outdoors. It is the beaches and other natural attractions that are probably most responsible for pulling visitors back to this country again and again. Some of the best seaside areas can be found in Spain including Águilas (Murcia), Playa de la Magdalena (Santander), and Praia de Niñons (Costa da Morte).


Some of the other natural attractions worth mentioning would include Parque Nacional de Timanfaya (probably the nearest thing to Mars on Earth), El Torcal de Antequera, Parque Nacional de Arribes del Duero, and Parque Nacional de Teide.

Attractions in Spain

Camping Spain - more than beach holiday

Even if you are staying in a luxury tent, you will no doubt want to do some exploring. Some of the attractions you might definitely want to check out would include El Escorial (old residence of the King of Spain), Alhambra (Islamic fortress in Granada), Sagrada Familia (Barcelona), and the medieval city of Cuenca.

If you are bringing along the kids, some suitable attractions could be the Toy Museum in Catalonia, Retiro Park in Madrid, or Port Adventura Theme Park in Costa Dorada – most tourist areas will have plenty of kid’s attractions as well.

Food, Drink, and Culture

Food & Drink

You can save money by cooking up some local food in your luxury mobile home or bungalow tent, but it is also going to be nice to dine out occasionally. There is a wide variety of food to choose from in Spain and some of the most delicious items would be Cochinillo Asado, Gambas Ajillo, and of course Paella.

The most popular alcoholic drink in this part of the world is Sangria, and creamy horchata would be a good option if you want something non-alcoholic. Eating and drinking is very much a part of the culture in Spain, and eating-out is a good way to socialise with local people.

Facts about Spain

The Kingdom of Spain (Reino de España) covers an area of 195,363 miles making it the second-largest country in the EU. It has a population of 46.7 million people, and there have been humans living in this part of the world for at least 32,000 years.

Spain has three climate zones – Mediterranean, semi-arid, and Oceanic. Spain is home to a number of cultures and languages, so there is always something new for visitors to discover.