Come and enjoy your next summer holiday staying in a campsite close to Girona, capital of northern Catalonia! Famous throughout the country for its quality of life, the moderately-sized city of Girona is a place to see on foot, along the banks of the Onyar with their multicoloured houses, in the heart of its historic area and as you wander past its mediaeval ramparts. During your family holidays in Catalonia, stop off in Girona and discover its wealth of highlights!

Book your spot for a campsite holiday in Girona

Your Sandaya campsite just a few kilometres from Girona, between historic Catalonia and the Mediterranean coast, is here to welcome you throughout the summer with your family in a lush setting that's right next to the beaches of Catalonia. Beneath the summer sunshine, enjoy a Spanish-style holiday by taking some time to savour Catalonia's wonderful features: try some tapas on the sunny restaurant terraces, discover the best beaches and coves of the coast, visit museums and historic locations on the seafront... And at the end of the day, enjoy a well-deserved rest in your mobile home, cottage or canvas tent at this Sandaya campsite on the Costa Brava. On the programme you'll have a wide range of activities and high-end facilities worthy of a holiday village, including mini-golf, pétanque, table tennis and a multisports ground, for enjoying the special climate here, a bathing area with waterslides, a paddling pool with a pirate ship, swimming pools heated by the bright sunshine, and diving platforms. After a busy morning in the free clubs for children, little campers will get back with mum and dad and head for the beach using the shuttle service, in search of this coastline's fine sand! And at the end of the day, you can sit down at the campsite restaurant before a good night's sleep in the comfort of your holiday rental accommodation!

Seaside

In Catalonia, the seaside is never far away! A few minutes away from your campsite close to Girona, come and discover the exceptionally lovely coast of Catalonia, featuring fine sand beaches and craggy inlets. When leaving Girona, take the beach road towards the crystal-clear waters of L’Estartit and Begur. With your swimsuit under your arm and a lilo over your shoulder, enjoy some natural bathing with the family at some of the loveliest beaches of the Mediterranean. After a spot of sunbathing on your towel, set off to look for shellfish, dive down with your mask and snorkel to see the multicoloured fish or just allow yourself to be cradled by the gently lapping waves.

Walking in the Jewish quarter: the Call Jueu

Girona's jewel is its old town, or “Ciutat Antiga”, separated from the modern part by the River Onyar. After crossing the Peixateries Velles bridge, built by Gustave Eiffel, and having a look at the colourful houses on its banks, you enter the splendid Call Jueu. In the heart of the ancient district, the narrow cobbled passages of the Jewish quarter lend it the appearance of a mediaeval maze, which children and adults will all love! Its shady alleyways provide a pleasant change from the brilliant sunshine of the Costa Brava too. Deemed to be one of Europe's best preserved quarters, the Call Jueu and its museum of the history of the Jews alone justify a walk in central Girona: don't miss this opportunity during your campsite stay in Catalonia!

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