Experience nature among family!
Esponellà Campsite’s natural setting is one of its prime attractions. There are plenty of nature trails nearby to enjoy on foot, by bike or even on horseback! All of our regulars have their favourite spot nearby.
About 5 km long, it runs through pine and holm oak forests, as well as areas of riverside vegetation. It takes walkers past two of the river’s dams.
In periods with sufficient rain, this path becomes extraordinarily beautiful. We recommend a trail to visit Espolla Waterfall and Espolla Pond, also known as the Beach of Espolla.
We suggest a short (about 3 km) but pleasant trail that will take you to two hermitages in Crespià village: Sant Miquel de la Roca and Sant Bartomeu del Portell (or de Basset).
If you spend a few days at Esponellà Campsite you can’t miss out on visiting Esponellà Castle, which sits on top of a nearby hill.
The nature that surrounds Esponellà Campsite hides many interesting spots that aren't easy to find. We suggest a short walk (about 2 km) to visit the enchanted caves of Martís.
The region of Pla de l’Estany has a great many of prehistoric remains. One of the most important spots is the Park of the Prehistoric Caves of Serinyà. Although it’s a little way away from Esponellà Campsite, it’s a good place to visit by bicycle and enjoy the views.
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