Campsite Les Jardins Catalans
Nestled in the heart of the French Catalan coast, our campsite is a tree-filled garden of exception. From pomegranate trees, orange trees, palm trees and olive trees, your stopover in the Jardins Catalans is an invitation to relax and escape.
The Catalan country renowned for its beauty and its wealth, between the sea and the mountains,
is home to the beautiful village of Collioure as well as the medieval city of Castelnou. Only 30 kilometres away from the campsite, you can take a daytrip on the magnificent canals of the Spanish town of Empuriabrava.
Argelès, European capital of camping, was established in 1982. Traditionally, the site was created to welcome only tents but over theyears, Les Jardins Catalans has been transformed into a pleasant holiday village of mobile homes.
on the campsite
3.4 km from shops
3.5 km from the Argelès-sur-Mer
Camping Les Jardins Catalans
Taxo d'Avall - Chemin de Taxo à la Mer
Contact the campsite
Direct access, unsupervised beach in July/August (no dogs allowed)
Heated outdoor swimming pool in September (+/- 25°C), 2 slides, paddling pool with water games
5-12 years old
Playground, football field, table tennis, petanque, outdoor fitness area
On site services
Bar/restaurant, snack bar, shop, bread depot
Departure 100 m from the campsite - bike rental
TV/Wifi (1st free connection)
1 single animal of <20kg (except 1st and 2nd category dogs
Wheelchair access + Wheelchair accessible mobile home
169 pitches (105 mobile homes)
L’espace aquatique du camping des Îles, entièrement paysagé, comblera les amoureux de la baignade et ceux du farniente, en toute tranquillité, sur le solarium.
Vaste piscine de plus de 300 m² de bassins : plage immergée, rivière à contre-courant, banc de balnéo, et aussi des toboggans qui amuseront petits et grands !
Argelès sur Mer, your holiday destination
To see surroundings
Go at the Catalan markets.
Between the Mediterranean Sea and the Pyrenees, this destination offers you sandy beaches, rocky coves, fishing ports, marinas... For diving fans do not miss the wrecks such as (L'Alice Robert, l'Astrée, le Saumur, le Pythéas, Le Saint-Lucien, the José Illueca, but also le Trinidad and the Bristol Blenheim...).