Discover the best campsites in Castellón de Ampurias

Campsite near Castellón de Ampurias

You've come to the perfect place to learn about the best campsites in Castellón de Ampurias. This charming little town is one of those places that is truly worth visiting and if you come to a campsite near Castellón de Ampurias it is almost mandatory not to miss it.  In its streets you can breathe the greatness of the town, which in the past became the capital of Empúries. There are still traces of its greatness during the Middle Ages, places where it seems that time has not passed. Castelló d'Ampurias is a town of culture and history, lots of it…

Just a few minutes from Castellón de Ampurias is Ampuriabrava also known as "The Venice of the Costa Brava". This is because the streets of this village are canals that you can only access the by boat.

A vacation in a campsite in Castellón de Ampurias

If you are thinking of booking a camping site in Castellón de Ampurias you will be wondering and researching about the things to visit and do in this town on the Costa Brava. Well, don't worry, we are going to let you know about the secrets of this place.

What to visit in Castellón de Ampurias?

  • The Cathedral: the church of Santa Maria began to be built in the thirteenth century, taking the place of a consecrated Romanesque church. The Counts of Castellón wanted the town to house the episcopal house of the Empordà, hence its monumentality. A clear exponent of Catalan Gothic architecture.
  • Ecomuseum of the Farinera: It has a special interest due to the fact that it still works which allows you to appreciate the process of flour production by traditional methods with machinery from the beginning of the century in a perfect state of preservation.
  • Old Town: The village still preserves buildings that were witnesses of past times. The narrow streets and imposing walls reflect the importance that Castellón de Ampurias had for the region. A perfect place to stroll and discover this charming village.
  • Jewish Quarter: Located within the old town; you can discover the remains of ancient synagogues and the Jewish cemetery. These remains fell into disuse in 1492 when the Catholic Monarchs expelled more than 300 Jews from the village.
  • Lavadero: It is located at one end of the village, just at the entrance. It is one of the best-preserved buildings of the sixteenth century. 

What to do in Castelló d'Empuries?

Castelló d’Empuries, is an ideal place for hiking as is the whole region of Atl Empordà. This is because it is located right next to the Natural Park of Aiguamolls de l'Empordà. A place full of routes with breathtaking natural landscapes.