Not so long ago, going camping was seen as a second-class type of holiday in Spain, reserved for those looking for something cheap. However, fashions and trends change, and now the concept of ‘glamping’ or luxury camping has become all the rage.

Being totally immersed in nature without having to give up your luxury comforts is the number one reason why so many people are now trying out a glamping holiday in order to totally relax and disconnect from their busy and hectic schedules.

If you’ve heard about glamping and are considering giving it a go, here are some of the best luxury camping sites in Spain. Why not check them out and make a reservation for this summer while there’s still time?

 

Casa del Mundo – Tibi, Alicante

The Casa del Mundo luxury campsite is located in the town of Tibi in the province of Alicante. It is close to the sea and surrounded by mountains, already making it a fantastic location. Here, you can choose from a number of themed living spaces, depending on the type of experience you wish to undergo. For example, try out the wooden gypsy caravan, the African safari lodge or the Indonesian gazebo for a different way of living from across the world.

For more information, please visit: http://www.casadelmundo.nl/english/

 

Lanzarote Retreats – Lanzarote, Canary Islands

Hidden away on the north of the island of Lanzarote, you’ll find this stunning glamping and environmentally friendly complex. Here you can also choose the type of living space to stay in, with options including a villa, stone cottage or yurt. As well as enjoying the luxury property and all it has to offer, including facilities like a fully equipped kitchen and chill-out pool area, there is also plenty to see in the nearby vicinity, with numerous beaches and volcanic scenery to explore.

For more info, visit: https://www.lanzaroteretreats.com/

 

Las Cabañas de Zeanuri – Zeanuri, Vizcaya

Camping is not just suited for the warmer parts of the country. The Cabañas de Zeanuri are situated in the Basque Country in the province of Vizcaya, and, as the name suggests, consist of wooden huts. However, there is something completely magical about these wooden huts as they have been built so that they sit in the trees and are accessed by a spiralling staircase. If you’re looking for something truly spectacular, this could be the place to go.

For more information, visit: http://cabanasenlosarboles.com/es

 

Camping La Marina – Alicante

This is a great place to stay particularly if you have children, or love water. The five-star campsite’s main attractions include two 3,000 square metre aquatic areas, which have been divided into two levels. They include waterfalls, chutes, Jacuzzis and water slides. There is also plenty of greenery, vegetation, sunbeds and play areas for children.

Check out their website to see what else they have on offer: http://www.campinglamarina.com/en/

 

Camping Globo Rojo – Canet de Mar, Barcelona

Less than 40 kilometres from Barcelona, in Canet de Mar on the Costa Brava, you’ll find the Globo Rojo campsite. There are various options to choose from for living quarters, but the most luxurious are the spacious mobile homes. Facilities and services include entertainment for all the family, swimming pools, laundry, supermarket and bicycle hire.

For more info, please visit: http://www.globo-rojo.com/