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The environment of the camp site Cala Montgó at Costa Brava

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The environment of the camp site

Cala Montgó at Costa Brava

Cala Montgó is one of the most beautiful coves at Costa Brava. It is placed between the areas of Alt and Baix Empordà, it’s known thanks to the outstanding typical landscape of Costa Brava and is situated in the middle of the pine woods. Cala Montgó receives every single year a Blue Flag distinction which is given by The European Community to the beaches and sea beds of a high quality. Its water is transparent and calm and it has the color of turquoise blue. The beach is protected against the north wind “tramuntana” by the Montgrí range which reaches the sea carving in this way the typical outline of Costa Brava. This privileged situation has converted Cala Montgó into a refuge for the fisherman and still nowadays its landscape keeps untouched this marine and Mediterranean nature.

At Cala Montgó you can practice all kinds of water sports and the guests will find a good range of services aimed at leisure, gastronomy, hill walking, culture... At the campsite Cala Montgó at Costa Brava we offer all the information you need to enjoy a good stay at one of the best beaches of Costa Brava.

Around the camp site Cala Montgó at Costa Brava there are a huge number of places to visit due to its situation right in the middle between the areas of Alt and Baix Empordà. At Costa Brava you can do lots of sightseeing trips. We are listing some of them, but if you want information about all you can do at Costa Brava the staff of the campsite Cala Montgó at Costa Brava will help you to plan your excursions. 

A few minutes away from the campsite there is l’Escala

The camp site Cala Montgó at Costa Brava has the privilege to be one of the camp sites best situated at Costa Brava for those who want to enjoy the landscape, the culture and the leisure of this area. The campsite Cala Montgó is situated very close to the town of L’Escala, a former fisherman center which today is considered to be one of the indispensable places for the tourism at Costa Brava. L’Escala has an unbeatable yachting harbor, an ancient fisherman picturesque center and the leisure of a tourist location. 

The ruins of Empúries

Next to L’Escala there are the well-known ruins of Empúries, the first harbor of Costa Brava founded by the Greek. The ruins of Empúries being situated at the sea and in front of the beach constitute the archaeological first-magnitude monument, which is considered world heritage by the Unesco thanks to the beauty of the landscape and its historical value. Right next to the site there is a location of Sant Martí d’Empúries, a fortress by the beach with its medieval nature from the age of the crusades. All that makes the area around the campsite Cala Montgó at Costa Brava very special. 


Cadaqués won Salvador Dali’s heart because of its typical landscape of Costa Brava, its special light and its popular architecture of the Mediterranean town. The visits and excursions to the area of Cap de Creus, close to Cadaqués, show the traveler the sheerest and the craggiest Costa Brava of the great beauty. 

Roses and Figueres

To the north of the camp site Cala Montgó at Costa Brava you can find a town called Roses and the bay of Roses, the principal gulf of the Catalan coast with the distance of 15 km with the long beaches and the nature reserve of marshland of Empordà full of the luxuriant nature.

More to the north, in the direction towards France we can visit the town of Figueres, the cradle of the Catalan genius, Salvador Dalí. In Figueres there is the famous Museum Dalí, but to understand fully the personality and the inspiration of the painter one should visit his house at Costa Brava in Port Lligat and also the town of Cadaqués.