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7 Best Campsites in Spain

My wish is to stay always like this, living quietly in a corner of nature.
- Claude Monet
Have you come across natural sceneries where you just wished you could settle there for a day?
Camping trips give you the freedom to choose your favorite spot amid the wilderness and spend a night under the starry skies.
Camping is the ideal experience to explore nature and its pristine beauty first hand and Spain offers numerous destinations that are perfect for camping trips.
Shun away the luxuries and witness  the cheapest yet most fulfilling way to enjoy breath-taking natural panoramas. Like-wise, you can also rent an RV or stay in cabins at these campsites for a leisure experience.
Just a few hours away from Barcelona, this is one of the campsites in Spain popular among families and is a great place to spend a day away from the city life.
Calle Llevado, Tossa de Mar
Cocooned amidst beautiful hills and woods, camping at Mirador al Pedraforca lets you enjoy a solitude experience amid nature.
Mirador al Pedraforca
Located in north-west Spain, this campsite is a great spot to enjoy birdwatching and cycling trails.
Camino de Santiago, Burgos
Pitch up a tent and enjoy the beautiful ambiance of nature and beach shores. The campsite is just a few minutes away from the gorgeous Porcia beach.
A Grandella, El Franco
Flanked by mountains and countryside, this campsite is ideal for nature strolls, hiking in woodlands and mountain biking.
Lacina Natura, Villablino
Likewise, if you don’t feel like doing the tedious work of putting up a tent and are looking for the same nature experience with a touch of convenience, head to these campsites in Spain.
Located inside Hoces del Cabriel Natural Park and nestled within a wine region, this campsite offers pristine natural landscapes for plenty of outdoor activities.
Venta Del Moro, Valencia
You can choose between glamping tents, family cabins and hostels that offer private rooms and bathrooms, heating and kitchen facilities.
Known for its Mediterranean climate and sun-kissed beaches, Playa Brava offers a refreshing campsite near to a golf course and Platja de Pals beach. You get the option of glamping tents and cabins along with a range of facilities.
Playa Brava, Costa Brava
Unwind. Relax. Reconnect...Camping in Spain is a great way to take a break from everyday routines.

 Sreedevi Nair

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Cindy Chen, Laurine Bailly, Denys Nevozhai, Mike Erskine, Brooks Rice, Mattias Helge, Blake Wisz, Jeremy Bishop, Garrick Sangil, Samuel Girven