Beautiful Beach Camping Spots That You Should Visit

 

When you say camping, it’s not just about setting up your camping equipment in the middle of the forest. If you are tired of your backyard or usual camping ground, then you should definitely try visiting the beach.

Beach Camping

During the day, your friends and family can bask in the sun or swim in the cool, blue sea. At night, you can light bonfires, huddle together, and share interesting stories or sing a song. Of course, the woods have its own charm, but there’s something really amazing about sleeping under a blanket of bright stars and letting the waves lull you to sleep. If you already have your travel gear ready, check out this recommended seaside camping spots that you should definitely visit.

  1. Rodas beach, Las Islas Cies

This seaside attraction in Galicia, Spain is vast island that is specially made for camping. No one actually lives there, so people have a lot of ground to set up their tent. It offers a scenic view of the sea, and it has that serene and peaceful atmosphere. It’s the perfect getaway if you want to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, or if you want to spend some intimate moments with your special someone. Modern amenities are also accessible such as a restaurant and supermarket. Make sure that you maximize your time there because you are only allowed to camp in the island for a day.

  1. Les Romarins, Cote d’Azur

This seaside camping destinations in France is one of the most dramatic and stunning places that you’ll ever visit.  Since it’s located on higher ground, you can see a breathtaking view of the Eze village and its surrounding landscapes. You can relax under the rosemary trees located in the hillside.  Another good thing about this place is that it is very affordable.

  1. Cape Range

This national park in Western Australia features more than 100 camping spots near its coasts and dunes. Diving under its cool blue waters allows you to see colorful tropical fish and coral. It majestic sunsets that screams romantic.

  1. Twilight Beach

This one is found in Cape Reinga, New Zealand. If you haven’t seen a sky that’s illuminated with numerous stars, then this is the best place to go. It also has white sand, grassy camping ground, and basic amenities to make your stay hassle-free.

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Kristen Sarah is a full-time traveller, tiny home owner and adventure junkie. She has one of the leading YouTube travel channels and is the head honcha of award-winning travel and lifestyle website, Hopscotch the Globe.

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