Camping Tarragona

by Guest

Tarragona is a harbour city that lies in the Catalonia region in the north east of Spain. It's has been inhabited for thousands of years, and was a hub for the Romans who built amphitheaters, and architecture along the sunny coastline. There is a lovely walled old town which has narrow cobbled streets flanked by beautiful Spanish town houses. The region receives an average of 300 days of sunshine making it a year round travel destination. There are many places to stay near to the city, but to enjoy the breath taking landscape and coastline, consider staying at one of the campsites near to the city. There are plenty to choose from, and most are located close to both the city centre and the beautiful coastline. Here's a rundown of some of the best campsites in Tarragona.

Playa Montroig Camping Resort * * *

The Montroig Campsite Resort is located right on a wonderful strip of beach. It's a vast stretch of 35 hectares of private land that can hold up to a staggering 1,200 grassy pitches. Most of these are a decent size measuring in at up to 110 square metres. Some of these are accessible for disabled travelled and all are available for tents, campervans, and motorhomes. If you pay a little extra, you can have an electricity and water hook up. The pitches are marked and many have natural shade which keeps the tent cool in the midday Spanish heat. There is a variety of facilities available at the campsite including well maintained and clean washrooms with hot showers available in the cost. There are also numerous outdoor and indoor swimming pools, some of which are heated throughout the year. This includes the toddlers' pool which is shallow and warm. Some of the leisure pools have water slides which keep kids busy for hours. Nearby, the sea is equally inviting, and there are plenty of activities including swimming, and water sports including water skiing, snorkeling, and wind surfing. You can also spend your days hiking or biking along the rugged coastline. Afterwards, head back to the camp to soak in the hot tub, build up your tan in the solarium, or sweat it out in the sauna or steam room. There is also a beauty centre where you can pamper yourself. If you want, you can cook up dinners on the rented barbecues, or head to the restaurant or bar to buy delicious hot Spanish dinners. There is a grocery store selling freshly baked bread and provisions, and internet access is available throughout the campsite. Pitches start from around US $50 per night.

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Camping Resort Sanguli * * * *

The Camping Resort Sanguli is another huge camping ground with more than 1,000 grassy pitches spread over 23 hectares of private land. This is split up into pitches for tents, campervans, and motorhomes, some of which are shaded and have electricity and water hook ups. If you don't want to stay in a tent or motorhome, the site also has around 60 permanent accommodation units which feature bedrooms, private bathrooms with hot showers, living spaces, and terraces with outdoor furniture. The campsite is accessible for disabled travelers. Pets are welcome, so feel free to bring your dogs, but you will need to keep them on a lead. Located along the Costa Dorada, near to Tarragona and has been open for decades making it one of the most respected and established campsites in the region. The campsite is particularly beautiful with plenty of lush green foliage. It's right on the sea, and there are some glamping options available should you wish for a little more comfort. It's so large, that the campsite offers a little train service to help guests get around the camp, from the beach to the restaurant and swimming pools. One of the best thing about the park for children is the large number of outdoor swimming pools, some of which have water slides which keep them occupied for hours. Surrounding the pools are comfortable sun loungers where adults can relax and work of their tan. Nearby, guests can take part in many water sports on the sea like wind surfing, paddle boarding, swimming, and snorkeling. Alternatively, hit the coastal paths to go walking or hire bikes of exciting mountain biking trips. Back at the camp, you can cook up dinner yourself on the rental barbecues on the kitchen in your bungalow, or go to one of the several onsite restaurants which serve up delicious Catalonian, Spanish and international cuisine. Prices start from US $60 per pitch per night.

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Campsite La Torre del Sol * * *

The Campsite La Torre del Sol is one of the most popular camping grounds located in the region. Though it is smaller than the others on this list, it is still relatively big for a campsite with more than 400 grassy pitches. These are available for either tents, campervans, or motorhomes and have some accessible pitches for disabled travelled. The whole camp spans 24 hectares and each of the pitches are spacious at more than 100 square metres on average and some have shade, and electrical hook ups. There are also several accommodation options with bedrooms, private bathrooms, and kitchens, should you wish for a little more comfort. The washroom facilities are well maintained, clean, and include hot showers included in the cost. Like the other campsites, the Campsite La Torre del Sol is located just on the beach, the ideal place for water sports like snorkeling, paddle boarding, kayaking, and wind surfing. Though the waves aren't good enough along this coastline for surfing, they are still big enough for body boarding. There are plenty of excellent hiking and biking trails along the coastline. Back at the camp, there is plenty of activities on offer. There is a large sports ground offering everything from volley ball to basketball and football. Alternatively, for something a little slower, you can play boules, a game of throwing steel balls as close as possible to another ball to beat your competitor. Guests can also spend time in the outdoor swimming pools, some of which are heated, the toddlers' pool, or use the spa facilities which include a steam room, sauna, hot tub, and a beauty centre. You are welcome to cook up camp dinners yourself, but you are also welcome to wander up to the restaurant and bar for a light snack, dinner, or a cold beer. Internet access is available throughout the camp and is included in the cost. The price starts at US $45 per pitch per night.

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Campsite Park Playa Bara * * *

The Campsite Park Playa Bara is located along the coastline close to Roda de Bara and Tarragona. He large 14 hectares are nestled on the edge of the water and have over 650 pitches available for tents campervans, and motorhomes. Like most campsites, guests can decide whether they would like to have a shaded or sunny pitch, and it is possible to pay more money for a pitch that includes electricity and water hook ups. Some of the pitches are accessible for disabled travelers. If you don’t want to stay in a tent or a motorhome, the campsite has a range of bungalows and mobile homes available for rent. They range in size, but they all have bedrooms, living spaces, fully equipped kitchens, private bathrooms, and terraces with outdoor furniture and barbecues, the perfect place to cook up a camp dinner with the family or friends. Dogs are permitted throughout the camp, though you will need to keep them on a lead at all times. As well as heading down the Playa Bara for sun bathing, swimming, snorkeling, wind surfing, and water skiing. Alternatively, hang out at the camp and spend time in the outdoor swimming pools (some of which have water slides which is great for kids). Some of the pools are heated throughout the year. There is also a decent spa which includes a sauna, a hot tub, a steam room, and a solarium where you can top up your tan (even with the hot Spanish sun!). Onsite, there are several restaurants which serve pizza, Spanish and Catalonian classics, as well as a bar with snacks, wine, and cold beers. The camp has internet access throughout which is included in the price. Pitches start from US $60 per night which includes 2 adults and a space for a tent and vehicle.

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Tamarit Park Resort * * *

One of the smaller campsites in Tarragona, the Tamarit Park Resort is still located over an impressive 17 hectares of private land which can hold up to 470 grassy pitches. Some of these measure up to 200 square metres and have electricity and water hook ups. Travellers are welcome to bring tents, campervans, and motorhomes, some of which are accessible for disabled people. Guests can request whether they want a shaded or sunny spot. If you don't want to spend a night in a tent, you can always use the comfortable bungalows which are fully equipped with beds and bathrooms. Dogs are also allowed into the camp and the accommodation, but you will still need to keep them on a lead at all times. Guests come to the camp for the variety of activities on offer. Inside the camp, guests can swim in the heated and non heated outdoor swimming pools and children can use the slides. The staff arrange sporting competitions in the summer months including tennis and volleyball. Outside the camp, visitors can head down to the beach to work on their tan, swim in the azure seas, or take part in one of the many water sports. One of the best things to do is head out on one of the sailing charters to view the beautiful coastline or go fishing and hook in a big one. When you return back to the campsite, there is a restaurant with an extensive menu and wine list, a bar offering snacks, and even a pizzeria. There is a grocery store which stocks freshly baked breads, and all the provisions you might need. There is internet access throughout the camp which is included in the cost. The price of a pitch starts from US $60 per night which is inclusive for two adults.

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