The Costa Brava is known for its wonderful beaches, but it is also full of Natural Parks to visit with the family. If you want to discover them, read the following post, where we present the TOP 5 Natural Parks on the Costa Brava.
Cap de Creus Natural Park
Located in the north of the Costa Brava, it is made up of three natural sites of interest: Cap Gros- Cap de Creus, Punta Falconera- Cap Norfeu and Serra de Rodes. With almost 14,000 hectares of nature, you can enjoy a wide variety of activities to suit all tastes: hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, or even discovering the seabed.
Aiguamolls de l’Empordà Natural Park
Just 9 minutes by car from Càmping Mas Nou, you will find a unique park on the Costa Brava. Along with its diversity of plant species and crystal-clear waters, you will be able to observe how animals live in their natural habitat. Also, respecting the environment and the marked routes, you can do activities such as hiking and cycling.
Montgrí, Medes Islands and Baix Ter Natural Park
Entering this park means visiting a great diversity of landscapes and fauna, especially seabirds. To make the most of the experience, you can go on numerous hiking routes, mountain biking and even snorkelling and wakeboarding. And for those of you who want to learn more about your surroundings, you can book guided tours.
La Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park
The Garrotxa Natural Park is one of the best known in Spain and Europe. It offers a unique volcanic landscape, made up of more than 40 volcanic cones. You can visit the area through available hiking trails, as well as a tourist train route, which will take you through more unusual routes.
Albera Natural Park
Located between Alt Empordà and France, in the Albera Natural Park you can get a closer look at its great diversity of vegetation, as well as learn more about the Mediterranean tortoise, the most important protected species in the park. Here you can also discover other animal species, such as amphibians and reptiles, as well as species more typical of the peninsula.
We encourage you to visit these incredible Natural Parks near Càmping Mas Nou, and remember: you will have them even closer from May 21st with the opening of the campsite! See you soon campers!