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Destination : Pals

3 campsites found
from 11/05/24 to 18/05/24
Seaside (500 m)
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from €378*
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from 01/06/24 to 08/06/24
Direct access to the beach
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from €385*
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from 25/05/24 to 01/06/24
Seaside (1.60 km)
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from €280*
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A few miles from France, the town of Pals, located on the Costa Brava (on the Mediterranean coast of Spain), is a beautiful blend of sea, mountains and culture. Come and explore this pretty little town and enjoy an unforgettable stay. We have chosen two charming campsites in Pals just for you.

Our campsites in Pals

The Neptuno campsite is situated in an unspoilt area of shady woodland. There are a wide range of activities available, from horseback riding to aquagym, so you can enjoy a lovely holiday in your luxurious mobile home.

The Playa Brava campsite, spanning 16 hectares, awaits you; here, just a short walk away from the sea, you’ll have access to a private beach.

A charming little town

The town of Pals, with its beaches and golf course, has a real holiday feel. Its location near the Pyrenees makes it a very worthy destination popular with many tourists. Take the time to relax and explore your surroundings in sun-soaked Costa Brava.

Tourism in Pals

There’s more to Pals than just lying around on the beach. To see this for yourself, take a walk in the historic centre of the town and take in the old buildings and their rich past. Discover the church of Sant Pere, dating from the 10th century. It is a blend of Roman, Gothic and Baroque styles, owing to the many restorations over the centuries. Not far away, you’ll find the bell tower. It’s known as the Tower of Hours. Then continue on your way until you reach a fortified 15th-century house, which now houses the Museum of Underwater Archaeology.

Looking for something to do on your holiday?

If you’re a culture vulture, visit the Museum of Underwater Archeology. Carry on to nearby Ullastret to visit the Archaeology Museum of Catalonia or to Bisbal d’Emporda for the Terracotta Museum. If you’re keen to have an active holiday, you can indulge in watersports, as well as excursions on horseback, on foot or by bike.

An excellent climate

The Costa Brava has an especially warm climate. The heat of the day is always followed by slightly cooler evenings, thanks to the sea breezes from the Mediterranean. You can enjoy these long, warm evenings on your campsite in Pals after an action-packed day.

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