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Costa Brava

Senia Cala Gogo is a campsite on the Costa Brava, one of the most impressive coasts of the Mediterranean. It takes its name from the "bravery" of its coasts, a combination of small bays, impressive cliffs and viewpoints that give rise to magical landscapes. All kinds of sensations that will leave no one indifferent.

This coastline will amaze you with the magical bays that have formed all along the coast and you will surely fall in love with the impressive sunsets that this place gives us every day. A combination of reddish colors that mingle with the blue waters of the Mediterranean and provide a unique view.

It should be noted that in addition, the towns of the Costa Brava breathe history, tradition and culture. You can visit old medieval cities where time stands still.

Family holidays on the Costa Brava

If you are looking for a place to spend your family holiday, a campsite on the Costa Brava is the right place for you. In addition to spectacular scenery, it is a perfect region to travel with the family. Up to 8 cities are certified as a Family Tourism Destination, including Calonge, where you will find our campsite, Senia Cala Gogo.

It is no surprise that the Costa Brava is a family destination, as it has several facilities for family fun and entertainment, especially for the little ones: amusement parks, water parks, activities, etc. In addition, in Senia Cala Gogo, we have our own animation team and a water park within the campsite.

Therefore, if you are looking for a pitch, mobile home, glamping, or bungalow on the Costa Brava, this is the right place for you!

What to visit on the Costa Brava?

It would not be possible to write down all the towns and places to visit when you come to the Costa Brava. Although there are some places that are a must:
  • Playa de Aro: walk through the streets and discover the wide choice of restaurants and shops. An ideal place to enjoy Catalan gastronomy and to do some shopping. Visit the vast beach of golden sand and crystal clear water. Discover the beautiful beaches that surround the city, such as Cala Sa Cova, Cala Sa Conca or Cala del Pi.
  • Palamós: Discover the magic that is breathed in the beautiful fishing village of Palamós. A city with a lot of history that you can discover at the Fishing Museum (in the port of Palamós).
  • Cadaqués: You have probably heard of this small village on the shores of the Mediterranean. It's worth highlighting the influence of one of the country's most famous artists, Salvador Dalí, in the city, where you can visit his museum house.
  • Empuriabrava: “the Venice of the Costa Brava”; and you should not miss the opportunity to explore the flooded streets with a small boat.
  • Medes Islands:  A unique natural park. It owes much of its prestige to the great value of the seabed that runs through this archipelago. Ideal for diving and snorkeling.
  • Tossa de Mar: It is located on the coast of Girona, halfway between the city of Barcelona and the French border. Tossa de Mar is an old fishing village with a great historical background. Now converted into a symbolic tourist destination on the Costa Brava for more than half a century.

What to do on the Costa Brava?

  • Walking routes "Camino de Ronda": These are the paths that run along the coastline of the Costa Brava. These routes allow us to connect the different towns on the coast by foot, and give us the chance to discover new nooks of the Costa Brava. They became popular over the XIX and XX centuries, because they were the routes used by the police and the Guardia Civil to control the illegal activities, such as smuggling and black market on the coast of Girona. In addition, you can enjoy nature, the beauty of the small bays, the impressive cliffs and the clear water of this beautiful coastline through various hiking routes that you should definitely not miss.
  • The beach and the sun: we have good weather here, and spectacular bays and beaches. What more does it take to enjoy the holiday? Moreover, Sènia Cala Gogo has direct access to a charming bay, so you don't have to go far either.
  • Gastronomy: The richness and variety of Catalan cuisine is another tourist attraction of the Costa Brava and can only be explained if you get to know the landscapes, as it gathers the best of the mountains and the best of the sea to create irresistible dishes. To enjoy delicious Catalan dishes, we recommend eating at the Beach Restaurant.
  • Boat trips: The Costa Brava is not easy and sometimes you will find small untouched bays that are difficult to reach on foot. Therefore, if you get the chance, rent a boat and discover unique places.
  • Water activities: When you book a campsite on the Costa Brava, do not miss the opportunity to snorkel, dive, kayak, take a boat trip, paddle surf, etc.
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