You'll find nearly 50 campsites in Barcelona and nearby. It is the capital of Catalonia from both an economic and administration perspective, and the second most important city of Spain after Madrid. Choose the right campsite for you to go discover this amazing city that has it all.
The first thing to know when you plan on going camping in Barcelona is that you'll walk a lot since the city requires to be discovered by foot though it has an efficient bus and underground network.
From the amazing Pedrera at Parc Güell, to majestic, unfinished Sagrada Familia, walk in architect Antonio Gaudi's steps - his visions and unbridled creativity helped shape the city as we see it nowadays. Stroll along the Ramblas, Barcelona's most famous and busiest avenues, visit Santa Eulalia cathedral and, of course, eat great tapas in the Barri Gotic ("gothic district"), the city's historic area, all ancient buildings and narrow little streets.
Football fans will obviously need to stop by Camp Nou, home stadium of Barcelona FC or "Barça". Book ahead if you want to have a chance to attend a game as the socios, partner-fans of the team, are so numerous they leave very few tickets for "regular" fans. See also Montjuic olympic stadium on the eponymous hill, home of the 1992 olympic games.
Stay on a pitch or in a rented accommodation at one of the many seaside campings of Barcelona such as camping***** Vilanova Park, only a few minutes from the beach, or camping 3 Estrellas, the closest site to Barcelona. Read the customers reviews if you're still undecided: they were written by campers who really stayed at the sites they're talking about.
Going camping in Barcelona?
Things you should do or see while camping in Barcelona:
- Primavera Sound Festival in May-June
- Camino de Gaudi
- Tibidabo amusement park