MAUREILLAS CAMPSITE**Spain at 8km from the campsite


All aspiring explorers wishing to discover Spain can stay at
Maureillas Campsite** which is within a stone’s throw of the Spanish border.
We are only 8 km from Spain !

A shopping trip to Spain is a must for tourists and locals alike ! Discover Spanish culture and cuisine only 8 kilometres away from Maureillas Campsite**. There are so many unexpected landscapes to be seen on the Spanish coastline which is ideal for energetic resourcing.

Once you finish shopping take the opportunity to visit Fort de Bellegarde.
It was built by Vauban in the 18th century and is a masterpiece of military architecture. It was intended to control the Perthus and Panissars passes, which were the two easiest entry points into France. There is a breath taking view from its terrace over the plain of Roussillon and Empordà. This fort situated between France and Spain dominates the two Catalonias and is their junction point.

Maureillas Campsite** is just 8 km from the Spanish border.

Take advantage of our proximity to the border (only 8 km away) and to the Perthus pass and stopover at Maureillas Campsite**.
We offer accommodation in air-conditioned fully equipped holiday lodges as well as pitches for caravans, tents, and motorhomes.
You prefer staying in something a little more unusual ? We have just the answer : stay in a living wagon!
The campsite’s perfect location means that you can spend a day in the mountains followed by an evening by the sea. Spain’s open doors are only 9km away.


On-site facilities

  • Recent toilets and showers, heated in the low season
  • 7/7 launderette
  • Free Wi-Fi access around the reception
  • Secure bike box with code
  • Water points and electric hook-ups

Services nearby

Services in the village, walking distance from the campsite

  • Restaurants and café, 300m away
  • Bakery 400m
  • Village supermarket 600m
  • Play area 600m
  • Bus costs 1 euro to visit the region

5 great Spanish towns to visit close to the campsite

Figueras, 33km

Figueras is the second largest town in north-east Spain. It’s considered to have some of Europe’s best-preserved examples of mediaeval and Gothic architecture with many historical monuments which deserve a visit: museums, monuments churches …
Close to the French coastline, Figueras attracts many day-trippers.

This town is worth a visit in particular for its world-renowned museum. Dali Museum at the centre of Figueras which was Dali’s birthplace. The town created the ‘Museu Dali’ as a tribute the artist and over 400 of his works are on display there.

Roses, à 55km

Roses is a Spanish city full of beauty and history, located on the Costa Brava. It is an excellent destination for a weekend break.
Roses has numerous beaches within easy reach of the city, ideal for cooling off in the city’s hot climate. Its location close to Barcelona makes Roses a wonderful place to explore for a few days before heading to Barcelona.
You can visit museums, art galleries, archaeological sites, take a walk to the Lighthouse or simply lose yourself in the streets of Roses and eat in its ornate restaurants and cafes.

Cadaqués, 65km

Cadaqués is a town located on the Costa Brava. It’s considered one of Europe’s most picturesque coastal towns.

It is charming and captivating and an ideal place for diving into an unusual environment.
It was a small fishing village which has subsequently become a popular tourist attraction.

Cadaqués is a charming small mediaeval village, its pastel-coloured streets are very laid back and welcoming. Where you can discover the old way of life under the sun whilst enjoying the views which everyone comes here for.

Gérone, 80km

Girona is popular with travellers for its thriving and unique culture.
Sa principale attraction est une vieille ville médiévale pleine de charme. Its main attraction is its charming medieval old town.

where visitors can stroll through its narrow, winding streets and admire the ancient churches. The city has a long history, which is apparent from the city walls that still stand and has found the right balance between history and modernity. It has many traditional and trendy bars and restaurants, which reflect this historic yet modern city, and where you can enjoy delicious food and traditional tapas. .

Barcelone, 178km

Barcelona is a dynamic and historic city. Which is always interesting to visit and discover only 2 hours’ drive from the campsite, and easy to visit for a day!

Barcelona offers visitors a multitude of things to see and do … museums, gardens, historic monuments and of course the famous art-nouveau houses designed by the great Antoni Gaudì. Standard tours, or unusual excursions, there’s something for everyone.

You can’t go to Barcelona without visiting the famous Sagrada Familia, the city’s identifying symbol and cultural heritage designed by Gaudì. Construction began in 1882 and it is hoped that it will be completed in 2026 to commemorate the centenary of the artist’s death. Guided tours are allowed, although it is still under construction. You will notice that the interior of the basilica is just as beautiful and impressive as its exterior. You will not be disappointed with your visit and the breath-taking views of Barcelona.

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