Family-Friendly Bungalow Rental on a Campsite along the Costa Brava, SpainMataró, Catalonia (Spain)
Family-Friendly Bungalow Rental on a Campsite along the Costa Brava, Spain
This cozy bungalow rental is located on a family-friendly campsite along Spain's beautiful Costa Brava, and can sleep up to five guests comfortably. There are two bedrooms in total, with the first containing a king-size bed and the second containing three twin beds. The bathroom has a shower, a sink, and a toilet. Linens and towels are kindly provided.
In the open space living area, guests will find a comfortable sofa and a TV, where guests can kick their feet back after a busy day exploring Catalonia or the campsite. The kitchen comes with a microwave, a stove, and a fridge, so guests have everything they need to prepare themselves family meals together, which can be enjoyed at the wooden dining table. Other amenities include Wi-Fi access and air conditioning.
Outside, there is a cute deck area furnished with a table and chairs, where guests can enjoy a morning cup of coffee in the sunshine. As the bungalow is located on a campsite, guests will have access to the many communal facilities. Kids and grown ups alike will adore the outdoor pools, perfect for cooling down on a hot summer's day. There is a restaurant and cafe area too, in case guests don't fancy cooking, and there are also useful laundry facilities, so guests won't run out of clothes while on vacation.
Guests will find a microwave, a fridge/freezer, and a stove in the kitchen, which also contains a variety of kitchen tools for both preparing food and cleaning up afterwards. Plates, glasses, and cutlery are included too. Linens and towels are provided, and changed weekly by the hosts. There is air conditioning, and no charge for the cleaning at the end of the stay.
- 1 King-size bed
- 3 Twin/Single beds
- Shared Outdoor pool
- Air conditioning
- Hot water
- Private Kitchen
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Check out: Flexible
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
The site is open from April until September.
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Location and surroundings
Mataró, Catalonia (Spain)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Water sports
- Horseback riding
- Scuba diving
This glamping site offers you the possibility to participate in all kinds of activities in a fun environment. Many of them come with a special price for being a guest of the site. These activities include kayaking, horseback riding, golf, waterparks, fun water activities, hiking, biking, diving experience, and circuit de Catalunya.
The beach in front of the campsite is a flat, sandy beach with crystal clear water ideal for spending a pleasant holiday with the entire family. It is easily accessible on foot. The access is located at a 100-meter walking distance from the campsite. During the summer, the beach is patrolled by lifeguards and is also cleaned and disinfected daily. Nearby the campsite, there are beaches of all types for your enjoyment: fine and coarse sand beaches, rocky and large coves with all services. There is also a nudist beach located at 300m from the campsite. Canet De Mar has been awarded the “Blue Flag” recognition by the European Union for the quality of its beaches.
Guests can visit Montserrat, which is perhaps the most important spiritual and cultural center of Catalonia. Santa Maria de Montserrat is a Benedictine abbey and basilica located in the Montserrat mountain, which is called Monistrol de Monstserrat. The monastery started as the Hermitage of Santa Maria, the Mother of Christ, in 1025. A bigger Romanesque chapel was built to be able to receive more pilgrims. It became one of the best known shrines in the Christian world and the most prestigious shrine in Catalonia.
The statue of the Virgin is called “La Moreneta” because of the black color of her face. The statue is a wooden Romanesque statue from the end of the 12th century. The varnish on the statue has oxidized and because of the effect of candle smoke and the smoke of lamps, the appearance is now black. The Virgin has a crown of diadems and has a ball in her hand. On her lap is a statue of Jesus Christ. He also has a crown and His hand is making a sign of blessing, while the other hand is holding a pine cone.
The basilica’s style is a mixture of Gothic and Renaissance. To see it close up, one has to go through the portico on the right side of the basilica. The museum is in a building across from the basilica and it is built underground, comprising of two stories. This was built by the architect Josep Puig I Cadafalch in 1929. There are many works of art donated by rich Catalans. There are archeology pieces from the Bible lands, gold and silver work from the 15th -20th centuries, and beautiful paintings from masters such as Caravaggio, El Greco, Sisley, Dali, and many Catalan artists from the early 20th century. Do not miss the chance to take the cable car and enjoy the fantastic views as you make your way to the monastery. And do not miss the Escolania Choir, one of the most prestigious children’s choirs in Europe
FC Barcelona: The Camp Nou Experience has become an obligatory stop for visitors to our city. The experience gives the chance to walk through the most emblematic areas of the stadium: the away team changing room and the players’ tunnel, the dugouts, the press room, commentators’ box and of course the Museum. The Museum is the most modern football museum thanks to its interactive wall spaces, large-scale audiovisual displays and an extensive display of objects to explain the history of FC Barcelona. Spaniards say that Barça is “more than a club”, and its stadium is a good indication of the club’s stature. Camp Nou was built in 1957 and is the largest stadium in Europe with a capacity for 99,000 people. You will be impressed by its sheer size and beauty.
The Cathedral: Built over a period of six centuries, the foundation stone of the Cathedral was laid down in 1298. The building itself is a mosaic of architectural styles and eras, dominated by the Gothic style; its calling card is its neo-Gothic façade, dating back to 1890. Its interior is filled with light and surprises for the visitor. The choir stalls, 25 side chapels, the crypt of Santa Eulàlia and the 13 cloister geese; trusted guardians of the cathedral; will delight all visitors.
Magic Fountains: Magic Fountain is the main feature of the collection of waterfalls and ponds on Avinguda Maria Cristina, which stretches from the Palau Nacional to Plaça Espanya in Montjuïc. This spectacular fountain is very popular because of its water arrangements, sound and lighting. It was built for the 1929 World Fair by Carles Buïgas on the site where The Four Columns by Josep Puig i Cadafalch had stood before being demolished in 1928. Using extremely artisan methods, up to thirty water arrangements could be used with different colors. In the 1980s music was added, and shortly before the 1992 Olympic Games it was completely renovated
Palau de la Musica: One of Barcelona’s finest examples of Catalan Art Nouveau is also the home to an impressive and unique concert hall. It was designed by Lluis Domènech i Montaner in 1908. The ornately decorated façade and hall, where color and light play a starring role, will transform your visit into a great delight for the senses. Unforgettable!
Park Guell: This park is the fruit of Eusebi Güell’s dream and Gaudí’s imagination. The garden city construction project was not as successful as expected, which was a stroke of luck as it leaves us with this extraordinary public park. The organic forms used by Gaudí make any stroll through the park magical. A colored ceramic bench, a fairy tale dragon and a large hall full of classical columns lend these gardens a dreamlike quality. Park Guell is one of Gaudi´s most emblematic and unique work.
Sagrada Familia: In this project, Gaudí envisioned a colossal church greatly influenced by forms of nature. Construction began in 1882 and the architect devoted more than 40 years of his life to this structure. In November 2010 was consecrated and proclaimed a minor Basilica by Pope Benedict XVI. And the construction work continues to this day. The cathedral has evolved over time to incorporate various architectural styles. Just imagine, once finished, (expected to be completed by 2030), the building will reach a height of 173 meters!