A romantic weekend, a family holidays or a business meeting – in Barcelona's regions, you can find accommodation for all occasions! Change the scenery and allow yourself to be tempted by an astonishing offer.
La Rueda is a family campsite that has a large shaded area plots and bungalows to rent. In Cubelles you can visit the permanent exhibition dedicated to the very complete circus artist Charlie Rivel, the town's favourite son.
Camping Berga Resort offers spacious sites for tents, caravans, mobile homes, wooden bungalows and comfortable chalets. It has a wellness centre and a cinema.
Vilanova Park is the closest first-category campsite to Barcelona. Its location in Vilanova i la Geltrú makes it ideal for enjoying the city's high-quality museums, of which there are more than half a dozen.
This mountain campsite offers a camping area divided into spacious, shady pitches arranged on terraces. It is located in La Llacuna - a village with a medieval origin in the region of Anoia.
This third-category campsite offers an open camping area, large shady pitches and comfortable brick bungalows. Its location in Canet de Mar makes it ideal for enjoying the town's wonderful examples of Catalonian Art Nouveau architecture.
Camping Tres Estrellas is a first-category campsite that offers a large camping area divided into shady pitches and original, fully-equipped ecological domes. Its location in Gavà makes it ideal for enjoying the beach or going walking in the Parc Natural del Garraf.
This small, family-orientated campsite offers 176 shady pitches and fully-equipped, functional bungalows. Its location in Sitges makes it ideal for enjoying the 17 fine sandy beaches along its coastline.
This family-orientated campsite has a large, flat camping area divided into pitches equipped with an electricity supply. It is situated in Avià - a municipality where the Berguedà region's mountain biking centre is located.
This second-category campsite offers a large, grassy camping area and cosy mobile homes for rent. Its location in Santa Eugènia de Berga makes it ideal for walking trips through the forested areas that surround it.
This family-orientated campsite offers a large camping area divided into shady pitches and comfortable mobile homes decorated in a contemporary style. It is located one and a half kilometres from Rupit - one of the most beautiful villages in Catalonia.
Camping Roca Grossa offers a large camping area and different types of fully-equipped rented accommodation. Its location is ideal for enjoying the splendid beaches and coves between Calella de la Costa and Sant Pol de Mar.
This first-category campsite offers a large, shady area divided into pitches and comfortable wooden bungalows for rent. It is located in the protected area of La Riera de Merlès - an area featuring numerous deep pools, gorges, waterfalls, narrow passes and caves.
Repòs del Pedraforca does honour its name, but maybe only in part, as the nature and mountains that surround it present so much to do that non-stop holiday activity is hard to avoid. And, on your return to the campsite, you can be sure of fantastic services to help you recover your strength and relax.
Camping Puigsagordi is a second-category campsite with a large, flat camping area. Its location in Centelles makes it ideal for climbing enthusiasts, who can attempt the Vía Ferrata Les Baumes Corcades.
This mountain campsite has a large camping area in the middle of the forest and offers a campervan rental service. It is located in the Borredà Valley and has direct access to the river Merlès.
This campsite offers spacious, shady pitches and fully-equipped mobile homes for rent. Puig-Reig, the land of Templars and Hospitallers, boasts several 19th-century industrial settlements, some of which are still in operation.
Camping Platja Vilanova offers a camping area and wooden bungalows for rent. Vilanova i la Geltrú has some superb museums.
El Molí de Bojons is a mountain campsite with a family atmosphere that offers a large area of shaded grassy plots. It is a good starting point for hiking in Les Guilleries and doing water sports in Pantà de Sau.
Camping El Mirador Pedraforca offers shaded plots, a large camping area in the woods and comfortable wooden bungalows overlooking the Pedraforca, symbol of hiking in Catalonia.
This establishment was opened in 1958 and is the oldest campsite in Spain. It offers a large grassy camping area and has an outdoor pool and terrace bar.