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Pals, the ideal holiday destination
Renowned throughout Catalonia, the medieval village of Pals, set high on its hilltop, will take you on a journey back through time! With its labyrinth of cobbled streets, monuments dating back a thousand years and very special position right on the Mediterranean Sea, Pals is an absolute must-visit during your campsite stay on the Costa Brava!
Because the summer in Catalonia is particularly sunny, you’re certain to appreciate a refreshing dip in the swimming pools of the water park: lap pool, water playground for the kids or relaxing water jets, to be enjoyed without moderation! From your fully-equipped mobile home or your tree-shaded pitch, it’s the perfect moment to discover the host of activities that await you: pétanque, aquagym, mini-golf or tournaments on the multisports ground, nothing is too good for your Spanish holiday!
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Visit Pals with the family
Can’t wait to take the kids off to discover the wildest of Spain’s coastlines? In addition to all the activities and entertainment on the campsite, they won’t be able to resist the charm of its seaside villages such as Pals. And whether on foot or by bike, we definitely recommend a family outing to explore the Pals rice paddies! Around the village, there are plenty of footpaths accessible to everyone, so don’t miss a chance to roam this rich natural landscape steeped in peaceful tranquillity. Keep your eyes wide open en route, who’ll be the first to spot an egret or a heron?
Finally, it would be hard to find a better way to end the day than on the Platja de Pals, one of the largest beaches on the Costa Brava: 3.5km of soft fine sand await you in the radiant Catalan sunshine!
Visit Pals as a couple
After a romantic breakfast on the terrace of your mobile home, head for Pals where a stairway to history awaits you. At the end of your route stands the famous “Torre de las Horas” (Tower of the Hours), a relic of Romanesque architecture not far from the Sant Pere church.
In the radiant sunshine of Spain, you’ll appreciate cooling off in the delightful shade of Pals’ narrow stone-clad streets. Pause for a moment on a café terrace in the small square opposite the town hall, then head off to Josep Pla, the age-old watch tower, to enjoy its breathtaking viewpoint. The Medes Islands, mountains of Montgri and Mediterranean Sea, nothing but beautiful scenery wherever you look!
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Arrange a trip to the Medes Islands, an archipelago renowned throughout Spain for its magical underwater diving sites!
Just the two of you or all the family, discover the idyllic setting of the Cala de Aiguablava, only a few minutes south of Pals.
Don’t leave without having ordered the town’s famous local dish, the Pals rice casserole!
As you wander the narrow streets, boutiques and art galleries you’re certain to find a pretty souvenir of your holiday in Catalonia to take home!