The privileged geographical location makes it the ideal place for your camper adventure in Catalonia, Spain, southern France or Central Europe. The international airport of Barcelona connects with the main cities of the world and we are at 2:30 a.m. by train from Madrid. California offers you the great advantage of being able to choose all the possible destinations, from the countryside to the mountain, going through the city, in summer or in winter, its size will allow you to travel combining the Pyrenees and enter into the heart of any big city you find along the way.
There are plenty of trips to do from Barcelona, a pair or a few days, you can discover Catalonia, (Pyrenees, Costa Brava, Priorat) or escape to Europe, France, Italy, Switzerland, are at short distances in time. We know the destinations and we can help you plan your adventure, where to stop where you camp.
COSTA BRAVA – EL CAP DE CREUS
We can start visiting Girona, an important city that has a lively historic center that combines shops and historic sites.
On the way to Cap de Creus, we pass through Sant Pere Pescador where the windsurfing championship takes place, you can spend the night in one of the campings that have direct access to the beach and where you can also practice sea sports. At Sant Pere Pescador itself is Sant Marti d’Empúries where we can visit the ruins of the city.
Way to the north we pass through Roses and Roses, it is worthwhile to continue along the dirt road that goes into the cross-head park by the coves of Montgoi, and Cala Joncols, places where you can, if time allows you, to spend the night on the beach
We return to Roses and head towards Cap de Creus Lighthouse, the final destination of our route where we can enjoy excellent sunset, we recommend taking advantage of the dinner at the Restaurant of the same lighthouse and to spend the night right there on you camper.
We will go back or go to L’Escala, Cadaqués and Port Lligat. Cadaqués deserves to cross its narrow streets.
SOUTH OF FRANCE – PROVENCE
Provence has a magical, very agricultural and green point, small cities, small points of sale on the road, Lavanda fields, the ideal time to visit it at the end of July.
Forcalquier, Banon, Sault, Sisteron, small villages on the route. If you take a route, we recommend the road that leads from Banon to Las Gorges de la Nesque by the D942, beautiful road and landscapes of height.
Two essential stops, Nimes and Montpellier, both with a lot of history to see and discover, Nimes with a Roman past that evokes his Maison Carré and the Anfiteatre.
Montpellier, the largest city has a past also Roman but also some beautiful medieval alleyways and the place of the Comedie.
WINE LANDS AND CISTER ROUTE
Between the two areas, we find the Cistercian route, a group of interesting Cistercian Monasteries, a perfect combination of wines and history of the Middle Ages. Within the Cistercian route, it is worth considering the town of Montblanc, a small town with a very charming town center.
Finally and back, we can approach the city of Tarragona, the old capital of the south of the Roman Empire, where you can visit many Roman monuments.