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Come and see all the gems of the Costa Brava!

All sorts of varying landscapes, each more beautiful than the next, will give sparkle to your Yelloh! Village holiday! With an extraordinary historical and cultural heritage, the Mediterranean, gorgeous beaches and inlets (including the famous inlet of Cala Montgó, just 850 metres from the campsite), fine food and local traditions, come and experience this wild coastline as soon as you can!

Fancy the idea of getting closer to nature? Then head for the Montgri nature reserve, with its amazing, wild scenery. Here and elsewhere on the Costa Brava, you'll be able to enjoy all sorts of outdoor sports, including scuba diving, climbing, sea kayaking, hiking and bathing. People of all ages will just love letting off steam in this amazing natural location. 

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The Medes Islands
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The Empúries ruins
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Dalí Theatre-Museum
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Camping L’Escala
L'Escala
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Banyoles
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Barcelone
Barcelona
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Cadaqués
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Camping Figueras
Figueres
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Camping Gérone
Gérone
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Camping Palafrugell
Palafrugell
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Palamós
Palamós
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Sant Martí d'Empúries
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Sant Pere Pescador
Sant Pere Pescador
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Camping Torroella de Montgri
Torroella de Montgrí

Sant Père Pescador, Torroella de Montgri, Gerona, Barcelona and more! Come and see the wonders of the Costa Brava!

In the L’Escala campsite, you'll be able to set off to explore the towns in the region. One town that is certainly worth a detour is Sant Père Pescador. Here, water is everywhere: built beside a river, it incorporates 6km of fine sand beaches. And if you happen to be here in May, then you'll be able to come and see the windsurfing world championships!

Another place to visit on the Costa Brava is Torroella de Montgri. Come and see this delightful little town with its mediaeval past. The whole family will love activities like strolling through its historic centre, looking around the church of Saint Genis, as well as paying a visit to its castle.

Go along the coast and give yourself a nice surprise when you see fabulous Barcelona! And if you feel like visiting the inland region, make sure you stop off in rebellious Gerona, the main town of northern Catalonia. 

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