This modern campsite is located quite centrally in town, five minutes walk to the seafront, which is ideal for an evening out.
Camping Salatà – enjoy evenings at the coast
The grounds are dotted with lots of colorful bungalows and a well-kept pool area with separate kids and toddler pools.
The big sanitary facilities even have a palm tree inside!
There is a popular café and pizzeria and lots of animation like yoga, bingo, water games, Spanish courses, and a small musical performance once a week. During high season parents are spoiled with a kids club.
Camping Salatà – many pools for everyone
There are various playgrounds to choose from, one even with giant swans. Salata has a wide variety of campervan pitches, all differently priced according to size and location. The campsite is quite loved so make sure to make advance reservations.
The town of Roses is quintessential Spanish tourism, so enjoy the sand, sun, and sea
There is little to see except for a part of the old medieval city wall and a fortress, but hey, you go for the bars and restaurants and to have your evening stroll at the Paseo Maritimo!
Camping Salatà – friendly and welcoming
The town of Roses stretches along a large bay and to get to the other side makes for a longer walk or nice bike ride… Trails in both directions are separate from the pedestrian walkway.