Platja d’Aro, the ideal holiday destination!
In the heart of the sublime Costa Brava, Platja d’Aro is one of the innumerable villages that you really should find time to explore during your camping stay. Just a few minutes south of Girona in Catalonia, it offers a delightful maritime façade where sandy beaches alternate with hidden creeks. For those seeking to avoid the high season crowds, there’s no need to worry: read on and discover all our secrets!
Not far from Platja d’Aro, a comfy bed awaits you between the pine forest and Mediterranean Sea. Under the canvas of your tent, in a bungalow or in a perfectly-equipped mobile home, you’ll be able to enjoy Spain’s very special climate, traditions and exceptional landscapes all summer long. Fancy taking time out to do nothing at all? Kick back and relax in the swimming pools and whirlpool baths of the water park. And as for the youngest, they’ll be able to work off all their overflowing energy in the company of our entertainers: it’s exactly what the sports grounds and free children’s clubs are here for!
Visit Platja d’Aro with the family
When camping on the Costa Brava, bathing is at the very heart of your holiday! And in addition to the swimming pools at your Sandaya campsite, you’ll be able to spend endless hours soaking up the sunshine on the beaches of Platja d’Aro and nearby.
On the vast “Platja Gran” beach you’ll be able to try a host of watersports with all the family: jet ski, SUP, sailing... But if you’re in search of somewhere a little more peaceful don’t hesitate to grab a good pair of walking shoes and set off along the “Camí de Ronda” coastal path. Head towards S’Agaró, follow the coastline as you admire the exceptional views over the Mediterranean and discover the Cala Sa Conca, a sublime creek bathed by crystal clear waters!
Visit Platja d’Aro as a couple
If bathing is an unmissable activity at Platja d’Aro, all those who love taking a walk through history will have plenty to delight them away from the seafront. Swap the sand of the beach for stones that have been worn by time and head for the medieval centre of the seaside resort: Castell d’Aro!
Wander in total tranquillity as you discover the narrow shady streets lined by historical buildings: the Santa Maria church and its baroque belfry, the Castell de Benedormiens dating back to the 11th century, the attractive period houses in the traditional ochre colour of the Empordà... A visit that’s as peaceful as it is authentic awaits the two of you, and there’s no better way to take home a little bit of Catalonia!
Camping Platja d’Aro: our handy tips for a successful stay
Renowned throughout the region, enjoy a day of sliding galore at the “Aquadiver” water park in Platja d’Aro!
Keen golfer? Discover the Club Golf d’Aro, one of the oldest in the region and offering some gorgeous panoramas over the sea!
There are so many pretty villages dotting the coastline around Platja d’Aro: Palamós, Begur, L’Estartit… It’s time to go exploring!
Fancy a little peace and quiet after a busy day? Relax at the campsite restaurant and sample the local specialities!