11 Campsites in Spain Open All Year

Campsites in Spain open all year

There are many caravans and campsites in Spain that are open all year round.

Campsites or “el camping” are as diverse as the country itself, and there is a fantastic range to choose from, which are open all year round.

There’s so much more to Spain than sangria and a suntan. There are sixteen breathtaking national parks between the snow-capped mountains, lakes, and forests in the north to the beautiful, unspoilt beaches in the south. 

Beautiful historic cities, typical villages, food, and culture – there are so many reasons why Spain is a top holiday destination all year round.

If you are thinking about buying a holiday home in Spain you might want to check out our guide to holiday parks with static caravans for sale in Spain.

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1. Camping Peña Montañesa – Pyrenees, Aragon

Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park
Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park

The campsite is set in a stunning location at the entrance to the Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park in the foothills of the Pyrenees by the Cinca River. 

Located in the Huesca province of the historic Aragon region, the medieval town of Ainsa is just a 2km drive away. 

Visit the 11th-century castle and church, relax, enjoy the peaceful, stunning views, or go hiking or climbing in the Pyrenees. 

Take a trip to the regional capital, Zaragoza and explore the Roman ruins. 

Comfortable accommodation comprises a range of bungalows and mobile homes sleeping from 2-5 people. 

Camping Pena Montanesa offers a range of superb facilities, including:

  • Indoor and outdoor pools with jacuzzis
  • Outdoor spa with hot tub, sauna hydro-massage and sensation showers
  • Multi-sports area for football, tennis, and basketball
  • Restaurant and bar
  • Supermarket
  • Well-kept amenities and hot showers
  • Baby changing room
  • Facilities for disabled people

2. Camping Puente Nuevo – Cordoba, Andalusia


Camping Puente Nuevo enjoys an idyllic, lakeside location between the Sierra de Hornachuelos nature reserve and the Puente Nuevo Reservoir, just 2 minutes’ walk away. 

Cordoba is the perfect location to enjoy a range of outdoor activities, including canoeing, birdwatching, guided walks, hiking and cycling. 

Situated in the heart of the Sierra Morena Cordobesa mountains in the Cordoba province of Andalusia, the famous, historic city of Cordoba is a 35 km drive from Camping Puente Nuevo. 

The area enjoys a warm climate, an abundance of wildlife and spectacular natural beauty. The river Guadaito runs nearby. 

Accommodation comprises fenced pitches in the shade, with tents and bungalows for hire, and there is a wild camping option too. 

Facilities include:

  • Outdoor pool, children’s pool
  • Tennis courts, table tennis
  • Climbing wall
  • Hiking routes
  • Restaurant and bar (during the summer, weekends in low season)
  • Fresh local food
  • Dogs welcome

3. La Molina – Andalusia

Located in the serene heart of rural Andalusia in southern Spain, La Molina is close to the famous White Villages and the historic cities of Seville and Cadiz. 

Nature reserves, hiking trails and a wealth of outdoor sporting activities are all on the doorstep of this sheltered, woodland eco campsite. 

In contrast to the crowded tourist hotspots in the region, La Molina is a haven for hiking, cycling, and fishing in the Zahara- El Gastor reservoir nearby. 

Explore the typical Andalusian villages and the famous dwellings built into the rock at Setenil. 

Apart from complete relaxation in lovely, natural surroundings, there are many excursions and activities, including swimming, cycling and tennis, to enjoy in the local area. 

This is a spacious, friendly, welcoming family-run campsite which the English-speaking owners share with numerous animals, including cats, ducks, and turtles. It’s ideal for kids! 

Facilities include:

  • Hot showers
  • Washing up area
  • Communal outdoor kitchen
  • Fresh local produce
  • Pick up from bus routes
  • Barbecues and campfires permitted
  • Recycling available
  • Renewable energy

4. Valencia Camper Park – Valencia


This 3-star campsite is situated in a tranquil woodland environment, an ideal base for relaxing, exploring, touring, and sightseeing. 

Valencia Camper Park is right next to a metro stop with direct links to the city of Valencia, just 12km away. 

You can enjoy the best of both worlds, a relaxing stay surrounded by nature and the bustling city of Valencia, the third-largest city in Spain, and its beautiful beaches. 

Valencia Camper Park welcomes campervans, motorhomes, touring vans and offers pitches for tents. 

Excellent facilities include:

  • A friendly, welcoming atmosphere
  • Fantastic restaurant serving freshly made local food including paella and tapas
  • Mini market with fresh bread daily
  • Security with video surveillance
  • Heated toilets and hot showers
  • High-speed Wi-Fi
  • Washing machines and dryers
  • Children’s play area with games
  • Outdoor gym
  • Swimming pool during the long summer season
  • Petanque court

5. Camping Los Escullos – Almeria, Andalusia

Cabo de Gata Natural Park
Cabo de Gata Natural Park

This top-class campsite is beautifully situated in the wild, unspoilt Cabo de Gata Natural Park in the southeastern corner of Spain.

Los Escullos is located between the villages of Rodalquilar and San Jose in Almeria. 

If you want to get away from the tourist hotspots in the sunniest, driest region of Spain, and if you enjoy isolated beaches and sheltered coves, then family-friendly Camping Los Escullos is waiting for you. 

The area is home to Europe’s only desert, famous for cactuses and as a location for western films. Temperatures rarely fall below 20°C. 

Accommodation comprises bungalows, Bengali tents, static caravans to rent, and a 216-pitch campsite for tents, tourers, and motorhomes. 

First-class facilities at Los Escullos include:

  • Restaurant, pizzeria, snack bar and café
  • Supermarket
  • Solar heated swimming pool, sun terrace
  • Disabled facilities
  • Laundry
  • Gym, sauna and jacuzzi
  • Massage and treatment room
  • Sports courts for tennis, paddle, basketball, football
  • Diving club facilities
  • 24-hour reception service

6. Villatent at Camping La Masia – Costa Brava

Blanes, Costa Brava
Blanes, Costa Brava

This popular, family-oriented campsite is situated close to the beach resort at Blanes, known as the gateway to the Costa Brava, where you can enjoy the bars, restaurants, shops, and lively nightlife. 

La Masia is 300 metres from the sandy beach, perfect for sunbathing and swimming and 70km from Barcelona. 

Tossa de Mar and historic Girona are also nearby, so this is an excellent base for touring and exploring the area. 

Great beaches, entertainment, first-class facilities in a stunning location guarantee an unforgettable holiday. 

Accommodation comprises a range of luxury ¨village tents¨, a cross between a safari tent and a lodge, and 500 pitches for tents, tourers, and motorhomes. 

Fantastic facilities include:

  • Friendly, enthusiastic staff on hand to help
  • Supermarket
  • Two swimming pools
  • Treatment rooms with spa, massage
  • Sports park
  • Children’s play areas, seasonal kids’ activities
  • Entertainment lounge
  • Clubhouse, library
  • Restaurant, bar

7. Marysol Camper Park – Calpe, Costa Blanca

Calpe, Spain
Calpe, Spain

A peaceful, tourers-only campsite in a fabulous location on the Costa Blanca, Marysol Camper Park is just a walk away from the sandy beaches, shops, bars, and restaurants of Calpe. 

Lively, popular holiday resorts such as Benissa, Benidorm and Altea are all 25 minutes drive away. 

Nature enthusiasts will love the location, about 1km from the salt flats, where you can watch the flamingos, herons, and wading birds. 

Spectacular Penyal d’Ifac Natural Park is within walking distance and is home to an abundance of wildlife. 

Marysol is a secure, hard-standing site offering a range of facilities to ensure a comfortable, relaxing stay:

  • Quaint ¨chiringuito¨ where you can enjoy a drink next to the pool
  • Swimming pool
  • Laundry facilities
  • Wi-Fi
  • Bar
  • Supermarket close by
  • Clean and well-maintained bathroom facilities
  • Dogs welcome

8. Gran Camping Zarautz – Basque Country, Northern Spain

Zarautz beach
Zarautz Beach

The campsite is located high up on the slopes of Mount Talaimendin in the Basque Country, northern Spain. 

Gran Camping Zarautz is ideally positioned for touring the main Basque cities of San Sebastian, Bilbao, Pamplona and Biarritz, and many holidaymakers stop there on their way south and decide to stay. 

A path leads down to the sandy beach, which is popular with surfers. 

Accommodation comprises a range of pitches for caravans, tourers, tents, and fully equipped glamping options with sea views. 

This woodland campsite offers stunning panoramic views of Zarautz beach and offers first-class, modern facilities, including:

  • High-quality restaurant with freshly cooked local food
  • Clean, well-maintained washing facilities
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Restaurants within walking distance

9. Camping Blanes – Costa Brava

Set in a delightful, wooded park location a couple of minutes away from the sandy beach, Camping Blanes offers everything you need for an affordable holiday on the Costa Brava. 

It’s just a ten-minute walk to the town centre and all the restaurants, shops, entertainment, and a long stretch of sandy beach. 

Easy access to public transport means you can enjoy day trips to Barcelona, Girona and Figueres and explore the Catalonia coast. 

A range of deluxe pitches under the shady pine trees is available, with superb facilities on-site, including:

  • Outdoor pool with sun terrace, children’s splash pool
  • Mini market with fresh bread and local produce
  • Bar and restaurant with open-air terrace (summer months)
  • Games room
  • Children’s play area
  • Washing machines and dryers
  • Wi-Fi
  • Dogs allowed

10. Campsite Donana Playa, Magazon – Huelva, Andalusia

Donana National Park
Donana National Park

Campsite Doñana Playa enjoys an idyllic, tranquil position in the heart of the Donana National Park, home to a wealth of wildlife and birds, including the rare Iberian lynx and flamingos. 

Close to the Portuguese border on the Costa de la Luz, the campsite is set among pine forests and green spaces and enjoys long hours of sunshine. 

It’s just 5 minutes walk to the exclusive, unspoilt sandy beach at Torre del Loro. 

Spacious pitches are available for tents and tourers, in or out of the shade. Rooms and bungalows are also offered for rent at this comfortable, family-friendly campsite. 

First-class facilities include:

  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Toddler splash pool
  • Sea bathing
  • Children’s play area
  • Sports ground
  • Excursions
  • Cycle routes
  • Entertainment programme
  • Restaurant, pizzeria, snack bar
  • Chiringuito-terrace bar at the edge of the beach
  • Fresh bread supplies
  • Dogs permitted on a lead

11. Complejo The Dreams – Toledo

Cazalegas Reservoir
Cazalegas Reservoir

The Dreams Resort is beautifully positioned in oak woodlands, on the shores of the Cazalegas reservoir, the perfect place to relax and unwind, just 100 kilometres from the centre of Madrid.

With spectacular views across the lake, the resort is the perfect place to relax and recharge your batteries, especially if you’re touring Spain or heading south. 

The area is popular for windsurfing, water sports, cycling and hiking. 

Accommodation comprises air-conditioned bungalow-style cabins with a patio and views of the lake, and the resort prides itself on excellent customer service. 

Facilities include:

  • First-class restaurant and bar
  • Continental or a la carte breakfast
  • Lounge
  • Gardens
  • Luxury pool with a floating bar
  • Children’s play areas

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