Camping Vendrell Platja
Located 50 yards from Calafell Beach on Catalonia’s Costa Dorada, Camping Vendrell Platja offers an outdoor pool and sports facilities.
Call our friendly customer service team for more information on 0203 475 3022 to discuss this fantastic deal before it goes. Surrounded by palm trees and with a golden sandy beach lining the shorefront ahead, you’ll love this pretty complex on your stay. It has a great range of luxury mobile homes and bungalows for up to six people. Travel Now Pay Later Camping Vendrell Platja Costa Dorada Jetnow. Take a dip in the pool or try out surfing or sailing at the beach. Let the kids loose in the children’s pool with waterslides or in the sports zone. When it comes to dining, there’s a restaurant that’s great for paella, along with the Beach Club. The campsite even has its own bakery for fresh bread.
- Close to the Beach
- Free Wi-Fi
- Outdoor fresh water pool
- Outdoor Sports
- Spacious rooms
- Splash Park
- Sun Loungers
Flight & Transfer Information
Flight duration approx. 2 hours 10 mins, transfer to resort around 40 mins by taxi or shuttle bus. From Calais France car journey to Tarragona approx. 12 hours drive (880 miles).
Luxury mobile homes and bungalows for up to six people. Tents and mobile homes camping facility on site.
Accommodation available; Mobile Home, Bungalow and Bungalow Safari or Tropical.
Sleeps: Minimum 1 | Maximum 6
Flat screen television
Coffee making facilities
Single cooking rings
Bathroom containing a shower.
Bungalows consist of 2 bedrooms with twin beds plus a lounge area with sofa bed. The Bungalow Tropical is located in an area without car transit.
Food & Drink
The facility has one restaurant and two bars.
A La Carte Restaurant
A la carte. Serves a range of Spanish and local cuisine for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. Located on the poolside.
Costa Dorada is Spain's Golden Coast. It is a picturesque strip of coastline located in Catalonia around 216 kilometers in length. It features long stretches of golden sandy beaches and shallow sparkling turquoise waters. The rich soil near this picturesque coastline is home to many of Spain’s best vineyards and olive groves.
A truly awesome theme park awaits you at PortAventura, and there’s 50 miles of golden beaches on this stretch of coast too. Lively Salou is the most popular place to hang your hat, but you’ll be spoilt for scenery no matter where you stay in this history-drenched, traditional seaside retreat.
Salou is the most popular tourist spot, but if you’re after something a little quieter, head to Cap Salou, La Pineda or Cambrils, where 9km of sandy beach awaits. The Costa Dorada is steeped in history, so there are lots of museums, archaeological sights and iconic monuments to visit in the area – perfect if you fancy a change from the beach. Cambrils fishing village is a great alternative to spending the day on the bustling beaches. For those who appreciate a quieter setting, the port offers just as much charm as Cap Salou with a little extra traditional character. The ancient city of Tarragona is a ‘must visit’ for any history buffs. The whole city is like an open air museum, brimming with ancient sites like the Roman Amphitheatre. If you have little ones whose legs tire easily, the tourist train is a great way to explore. A really unique experience for any kids who dream of becoming a mermaid. In addition, this academy offers indoor swimming classes where they will learn about the history and mythology of mermaids. One of Europe’s biggest and most popular theme parks, Port Aventura is a must visit for any family visiting the Costa Dorada.