Wonderful little bar set in one of the most beautiful valleys in the world. Run by Paul (originally from the UK and speaks many languages) and his wife Synove from Denmark. If you have a day or two Paul can give you details of some wonderful walks. Enormous selection of beers from round the world, good cheap food and fast internet. Closed from 1700 on Monday and all day Tuesday.
15 km to "Placa Catalunya", 35 min by R1 - Train (station: El Masnou, 5 min walk from Campground) - probably your best and most safe choise for Barca.
lovely campsite situated in the natural pak "sierra de las villas". a good place to relaxe and for hiking. nice and clean ablution blocks, restaurant, bar, shop, wifi, pool and a nice lake nearby. 3.85 €/person, 3 €/car, 3.75 €/tent. tel: 953 126 194
friendly clean new place with about 40 flat gravel places. nice stay between agricultural greenhouses with grills and chill zone. washing maschine and dryer each 3.5€. you can order bread for breackfast at the reception. the night costs 7€ + 3€ electricity.
Mostly flat dirt parking lot along the river and close to the old town. Camper vans and RVs are allowed 48 hours free. Not allowed to appear as camping though (chairs and other stuff outside). No services but there is a dump station. Great location to old town.
Informal free camping/parking area for self contained campers. Mostly flat with some picnic tables and trees for shade. Located about 1.5 km an easy walk from the beautiful town and castle ruins of Morella. There is a free dump station and water spigot.
15 euro per night with 4 amp electricity, can pay less for no electricity or more for higher amperage. Nice flat park, clean bathrooms/showers. Metro to the city a 5 minute walk away. Washing machine for 3 euro per load. Bar/restaurant makes really good paella.
The park has a bunch of amazing undeveloped beaches and lookouts that would be great for overnighting. Unfortunately camping in the park isn't allowed and we were told by other campers they come through at sunset and kick you out. All of the little towns in the park have a relatively flat gravel municipal parking lot at the beginning of town where sleeping over night is ok (at least in the low season. Not sure about the summer months). No facilities but no cost. There are also a handful of campgrounds scattered throughout the park. They are well signed.
Very nice campground for visiting Granada. Nice flat spots with great views of the city and the Sierra Nevada. The place is run by a very friendly couple who can give you information on the city. A bus stop is located about 1 km away that takes you right into the old center. Washing machine for 3 euros. 26 euro a night with electricity.
You can park overnight in the parking lot in front of the train station. 9.10 euros. There is a bathroom inside the station. Not sure if it is open all night. Flat and relatively quiet. There were some campgrounds in the area also.
There is an official camper parking next to the information office. Nice flat parking and for 7 euro you get electricity, water, and a dump station (grey water and cassette toilet). You can also park outside of the designated area for free and use the cassette toilet dump and nobody will bother you. Also flat parking and same great views.
Free wild camping in El campo. Once a month, policemen are coming to get everybody out, but everybody comes back a few hours after. The field is located right on the spot of Valdevaqueros. Be careful in case of rain as you might not be able to leave...
Public parking lot near the port and the old town. Clean bathrooms available for use. 3 euro/24 hours for campers. It is conveniently located next to the old town but can be quite noisy. The trucks at the port start early, but it is a good spot to visit the old town which is well worth a stroll and the price is right.
Take passport, title, registration (must be current), green card (insurance - i bought mine online mototouring.com), and waybill (i used lufthansa cargo and swissport 5min walk away) to get clearance stamp
Nice campground with spots right on the water and across the road on the hillside. Most spots are relatively flat. Clean bathrooms, great views, and some spots with shade. 23 euro a night with electricity in May 2016. Washers 3 euros and dryer 2 euros. There is also a very nice salon for campers connected to the restaurant with comfy chairs and a coffee machine.
For two people, two motorcycles and one tent it was 19.28. Nice place with all amenities of an established campground. We had tons of rain so didn't do any of the hikes that are easy to access from campground