[ENG] Cultural friendly- The best Girona campsites for discovering medieval culture
If you love getting lost in culture, history, etc. and you want to dive into the past while enjoying your holidays in the very best villages of the Costa Brava, thenCamping in Girona, where you can enjoy all this and spend time with your loved ones, is just what you’re seeking.
Here at the Asociación de Campings de Girona, we offer the perfect campsites with the “cultural friendly campsite” seal that will meet all your expectations. This label certifies that these campsites are located in close proximity to interesting Cultural Heritage locations. They offer special cultural activities, such as museum visits, guided tours of quaint villages and workshops with local artisans.
There are six specific campsites that fall into this category, located in six beautiful villages in the Costa Brava region. The first of these is located in Begur and, like the village, the campsite shares the same name. Camping Begur is located very near the Middle Age village of Pals and has guided visits of both Pals and Begur.
Camping Cadaqués, is located in Cadaqués, the birthplace of Salvador Dalí. It is very near Port Lligat where the artist’s original house is, and where a visit is highly recommended.
In l’Escala, we find Camping Cala Montgó. If you stay in this campsite you will be very close to the Greco-Roman ruins of Empúries, which you can also experience through a guided visit to discover more about this time period.
In Sant Pere Pescador, is Camping Las Dunas, which is also located in the vicinity of the Greco-Roman ruins and also offers guided visits. In addition, at this campsite you will have the opportunity to take pottery and glass-making workshops that the entire family can enjoy.
Located near the town of Pals, the medieval villa and the local rice fields, is Camping Neptuno, a perfect space that offers all campers the opportunity to take guided visits on tourist trains or segways.
And lastly, for the most eco-friendly, we also have a campsite to their liking. Camping Lava, in the medieval village of Santa Pau, offers guided visits to give you the opportunity to discover even more about this splendid place.
So, with this ‘Cultural Friendly’ itinerary, you have even more reason to come and enjoy a stay on the Costa Brava, surrounded by ruins and the most beautiful medieval villages in all of Catalonia.