Sea side campsites around Europe make it a delight for the beach lovers. Right from Costa Brava to Cyclades these campsites make Europe a delight and one cannot miss out on these areas while they are in Europe. Some best seaside campsites in Europe are as follows.
Les Criques de Porteils and Argelès-Sur-Mer
This area was once a part of Catalonia and comes at the top in the list of best seaside campsites in Europe. This campsite is a mix of Spanish and French culture and provides a flavor of both. The street signs here are seen in Catalan. There is an undulating old wall of stone that is seen separating pitches from private pebble beaches and the trees keep the place almost hidden. There are many pitches found near trees, water, and foothills of Alberes. People who don’t have enough time to visit both Spain and France should try out Les Criques.
Les Romarins and Cote d’Azur
This area is known to be a very dramatic campsite in France and is situated higher above the village of Eze. It is present between Nice and Monaco in a hillside where one can find many rosemary and olive trees. Visitors will get to see fabulous views near the sea from this steep raking site.
CalaLlevado and Costa Brava
The best part about this beach is that people can enjoy four beaches at the cost of one. It has a rambling site near the rocky cliffs present around Costa Brava beaches. People will get to see sweeping bays along with cozy little pirate coves. This is known to be the best for a naturist beach lover. The place is enormous but some pitches are very far, making the person get the feel of camping wild.
Torre de la Mora and Tarragona
Set beside the Spanish coast the area resides near Virgin vegetation. It is above the beach and there is a promenade that has some lovely beach bars. One will surely find it to be at the top in the list of best seaside campsites in Europe with the beach volley ball players, life guards, cafes and boutiques around.
Stella Mare and Elba
One can get some sparkling views in this area from the clifftop pitch. It is bay-side site near the Tuscan coast with strange trees, dotted cacti, and chocolate cliffs. This is a great campsite for people of all ages and has a shallow bay along with rocky beach at the back side.
Costiolu and Sardinia
One will not get to see the beaches right at their door step but the waters of Costa Smeralda are at a striking distance. It is an organic farm and is known to be the hilly heart of the island. There are fields of Olive groves and cereals in this area.