Trip to Barcelona at Camping Roca Grossa

If the city of Barcelona is a world-famous destination, it is not by chance. You just have to walk through the streets of the historic center, go to the beach and the Barceloneta neighborhood or go up to the Olympic stadium in Montjuic, to immediately realize the charm that this city houses. But the province of Barcelona is much more than its capital, and an ideal way to discover it is by staying at Camping Roca Grossa , which is perfectly located for it. Let's take a look!

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Camping Roca Grossa is a 70,000 m 2 family campsite located in the town of Calella, in the province of Barcelona, ​​very close to many places of interest. The campsite is a few steps from the beach, so that you can enjoy the beautiful Mediterranean coastline without having to travel. In the same way, your comfort is ensured thanks to the quality facilities of the campsite, and its perfectly equipped accommodation. All this, without giving up the fun of the little ones, thanks to the animations and activities offered by the campsite.

Aerial view of Camping Roca Grossa

The campsite owes its name to the Roca Grossa cove, a beautiful corner on the Maresme coast to enjoy the sun and the Mediterranean breeze. A few steps away on foot, you can also enjoy Calella beach, nice and equipped, which will make you fall in love with its crystal clear waters.

Maresme coast

This campsite is ideal for your trip to Barcelona as it allows you to discover the coastline comfortably without giving up its proximity to the city, since it is only 40km from Barcelona. Take advantage of your visit to the Catalan capital to visit must-see places, such as Park Güell, an emblem of modernism, the work of the famous Antoni Gaudí that is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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You will be able to enjoy your trip to Barcelona as you wish, as this city has places of interest for all tastes. For lovers of cultural tourism, without a doubt there is no lack of historical and artistic heritage to visit, which you will not only discover by going to the Sagrada Familia or the history museum (MUHBA), but also in more unusual corners such as Plaza Sant Felip Neri or in the Carmel bunkers (at the top of the Turó de la Rovira, today a unique viewpoint over the city).

If you prefer to do active tourism during your trip to Barcelona, ​​you will discover that it is an ideal city for cycling, as well as for excursions on foot, for example in the Collserola Park, which has beautiful views over the city. Also, in Barcelona you will enjoy a rich Mediterranean gastronomy, and you will be able to taste local products in the many markets that are organized, the best known being the Boquería market. Taking this trip to Barcelona staying at Camping Roca Grossa has the advantage that after these walks around the city, you can take a bath in the campsite's swimming pools, re-find tranquility and enjoy your accommodation outdoors.

Accommodation at Camping Roca Grossa