Family Campsites in Spain – All Recommended by Parents
Top Tip from one parent: “Do your research before booking any campsite as the accommodation offered by different providers can not only vary wildly in price, but also in quality.”
Cala Gogo, Costa Brava
Just 20 minutes from Girona airport makes Cala Gogo an attractive proposition for those travelling with children. Dad Bill recommended this campsite as a good option for children of different ages, from toddlers to teens.
It is situated on the beach and has a good range of accommodation options including camping, caravan stands, mobile homes and bungalows which sleep up to 6 people. Within the campsite you will find a waterpark with slides and 6 swimming pools, a playground, sports pitches, entertainment club, restaurant, beach and pool bars, workshops, a supermarket, laundry facilities and much more. There is really something for everyone in the family to do while holidaying at Cala Gogo.
Vilanova Park Campsite, Barcelona
Mum Allison recommended Villanova Park Campsite which is just outside Barcelona. She tells us it is only a 30 minute drive to Portaventura theme park and for football fans, close to Camp Nou where Barcelona play. You can also easily visit Barcelona for a day trip.
The site offers camping, caravan and campervan pitches or you can choose to stay in a selection of mobile homes, chalets or bungalows and they even offer 6 person glamping options.
The campsite has 3 pools, 2 outdoor and 1 indoor and a great restaurant with amazing ice creams. There are on-site sports pitches, playground, waterslides, kids club, gym, crazy golf and more. Allison’s 3 kids were aged 9 to 14 and all of them were entertained throughout. And all want to go back. Which is usually the best recommendation you can get!