During your stay, why not enjoy the charms of the region? both our campsites are located in the heart of a protected natural park:
The Park of Aiguamolls de l’Emporda for Castell Mar and the National Park of Montgri, Medes Islands and Baix ter for Castell Montgri.
In addition to their privileged surroundings, many charming villages with rich heritage can be found in the surrounding area. Not to be missed are: Peratellada and Calella de Palafrugell, close to Castell Montgri and Cadaques and Peralada, close to Castell Mar.
Peratallada is only 15km away from Castell Montgri. It has been declared an historic-artistic monument thanks to its well-preserved medieval architecture and is one the most important sites in Catalonia. Exceptionally beautiful, this village has kept its feudal appearance with its ramparts and its narrow, winding streets leading towards the castle-palace.
Calella de Palafrugell, situated 25 km from Castell Montgri, is one of the few villages in the region to have retained its old-fashioned charm, with its narrow alleys, sloping tiled roof houses and traditional fishermen’s houses.
The annual Habaneras Festival of Calella de Palafrugell, which gathers thousands of people to the beach of Port Bo, is celebrated on the first Saturday of July and is one of the most famous events in the region.
Cadaques, 25 km from Castell Mar, is home to the most emblematic beaches and coves of the Costa Brava. The white facades of the village highlight the spectacular landscape of the Cap de Creus, a true paradise and source of inspiration for many artists, including the genius of surrealism – Salvador Dali.
Peralada, 15 km from Castell Mar, has preserved many vestiges of its past: its narrow streets, the cloisters of Sant Domenec and its castle (now a casino). Peralada is a lively tourist center and offers a wide range of activities such as golf, horseback riding, vineyard tours, a Wine Spa and of course, the Casino. There are also many hiking and mountain bike routes around the village.