Enjoy the unique landscapes and natural heritage around Camping King´s
The town of Palamós (2km)
The Fishing Museum (2,5km)
The Castle of Sant Esteve de Mar (300m)
The Iberian village of Castell (1,25km)
The town of Palamós
Palamós is a beautiful and charming town, with a calm and familiar atmosphere of long tradition in the heart of the Catalan coast, known internationally for its fishing activity and its red prawns with designation of origin.
The Fishing Museum
It promotes the knowledge and the diffusion of the fishing and the maritime heritage of the Costa Brava and especially of Palamós, a town with a long fishing tradition.
The Castle of Sant Esteve de Mar
It is located on a cliff, next to the La Fosca beach. Some elements of the tower and some walls are conserved.
The Iberian village of Castell
One of the most important Iberian sites in Catalonia, declared a cultural asset of national interest. It contains valuable architectural pieces from the 6th century BC to the Roman era.
Dalí's Hut (1,70km)
The Vila-Romà Castle (6,3km)
The Calonge Castle (7,8km)
The Church of Santa Coloma de Fitor (10,3km)
It is located in the surroundings of Castell beach. It is a small stone hut, today empty, that can be visited externally. The hut, a small studio, was meant as a present for Salvador Dalí.
The Vila-Romà Castle
It is a castle declared a cultural asset of national interest. The ruins stand on a slope of Montagut mountain.
The Calonge Castle
It is located in the old town of Calonge. It is one of the largest fortresses in Baix Empordà.
The Church of Santa Coloma de Fitor
It is a church located in the middle of the Gavarres massif protected as a cultural asset of local interest.