Camping Cala Llevadó

Europe Spain Catalonia Girona–Costa Brava

  • Children’s playground
  • Laundry
  • Dogs welcome
  • Short walk to pub
  • Beaches nearby
  • Good walks nearby
The site may be huge but some spots are so secluded it's like wild camping with a bird's eye beach view

Who says bigger isn’t always better? There’s loads of space plus loads of campers at Cala Llevadó, but pitching your tent in the intimate cliff-hugging pine forest makes you feel as though the view of the Med is there for you, and you alone.

This sense of seclusion is all down to the setting: a glorious expanse of land on a sloping hillside draped in oaks and pines. On the seafront, giant walls of naked red rock alternate with not two, not three, but four beaches – all worthy of closer inspection. But far from being crowded, these sandy plots, or calas, are more like secret pirate coves, hidden between the rocks and almost undetectable until your toes are actually twiddling in their gorgeous sands, wondering if they’ll come into contact with any buried pieces-of-eight.

Cala Llevadó itself is hidden away at the end of a tempting, winding path, where kids with buckets and spades clamber amongst the rock pools looking for sea urchins. Further along, Cala d’en Carlos has a graveyard full of old boats that still feel the summer waves, and a little sheltered kiosk, an ideal spot for taking a refreshing beachside beverage. Cala Figuera is smaller, giving all you skinny- dippers a chance to have some privacy. At the other end, Platges de Llorell is a more active hub, which will certainly appeal if you’re into scuba-diving, water-skiing, wind- surfing and kite-boarding.

A view onto one of these beaches should be a priority when you’re wondering where’s the best place to pitch your tent. The idyllic beachfront plots are the ones that you’ll find everyone else is heading for, too. So it pays to arrive sharpish. Plots A 67–87, above Cala Llevadó, are amongst the best, beneath shady pine trees overlooking the cove.

Similar sites overlook the other beaches. If you happen to be lucky enough to score one of these, all you’ll need next is a couple of deckchairs for a front-row seat, and perhaps a beer or two, as the setting sun bathes that distant blue horizon in dazzling reds, oranges and pinks.

Never fear if you miss out on the natural pleasures of the waterfront, luxury of a more artificial kind can be found by those who take up the offer of their glamping pitches: eco-conscious bungalows and glamping pods all built to the highest and greenest standards.

Whilst the campsite seems to go on forever, Cala Llevadó strikes a delicate balance between showing off its natural assets and providing you with everything you’ll ever want or need, and a few things you hadn’t even thought of. If you do eventually grow weary of sand and salt (perish the thought), take your pick from the campsite’s swimming pools, children’s playground, outdoor café, bar/restaurant, and tennis, basketball and volleyball courts.



4 facilities buildings with toilets, bath's and showers, laundry and ironing facilities. Swimming pool (and a children's one), playground, games area, hairdresser, supermarket, basketball court, post office. Internet café and permanent tents. Eco bungalows made of wood and cork are built with low energy consumption in mind. Some have sea views and others have view to the forest of Cadiretes.

Suitable For

Tents, campervans, caravans. dog – yes. No pets in the bungalows.


Llorell Beach has children’s activities during peak season or visit Tossa De Mar. Its well-preserved old town is set within a walled enclosure dating back to the 12th century. If you’re in need of a bit of exercise, take a 4-hour (51⁄2-mile/9-km) signposted walk between Tossa De Mar and Lloret de Mar. Sights include the Iberian settlement of Puig de Castellet, the walled site of Tossa de Mar and Santa Clotilde gardens.

Food & Drink

The campsite has a bar and café-cum-restaurant on an outdoor patio, plus a supermarket. For a beach picnic try the chargrilled chickens for sale in front of Can Vilas Restaurant at the campsite entrance.


April – end of September.

The Owner Says

We love camping & glamping. Enjoy nature, enjoy life.

Welcome to the land of corks & pines reaching the coast line. Welcome to the land between the green of the forest and the blue of the sea.

Camping Cala Llevadó offers you a delicious sea view and intimate area of more than 500 pitches for camping with tent, caravan or camper, while invites you to enjoy glamping with bungalows too.

There are 70 bungalows. You can sleep on a wooden Forest Cabin Glamping Pod with sea view or you can sleep on an ECO Bungalow all made of natural wood and cork of the local area. The ECO Bungalows are located in an exclusive area and are our best bungalows in terms of quality & ecology: they use LED lights and other elements as its orientation to minimize its energy impact.

You can enjoy the three small beaches (one of them is nudist) and the big one; all with direct access from the campsite. So you can enjoy hiking through the path around the coast line (called Camí de Ronda GR-92); snorkeling; kayaking; cycling...

There is supermarket; bar-restaurant; swimming-pool; amphitheater & chill-out area; MiniClub (in high season); botanical garden.

Camping Cala Llevadó is located in Tossa de Mar (La Selva, Girona, Costa Brava)

Feel free to have fun & discover the power of nature.


Contact Camping Cala Llevadó, Ctra. De Tossa a Lloret, Km 3, Apt. 34 17320 Tossa de Mar, Spain

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Getting There

You can spot the campsite easily on the roadside between Tossa De Mar and Lloret de Mar on Ctra. De Tossa a Lloret, Km 3 (or road GI-682).

Local buses shuttle between Tossa, Lloret, Barcelona and Girona.


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Rated ★★★★☆ over 7 reviews


Experience totally dependent on your pitch location. Wonderful snorkelling and pretty beaches with two good restaurants.

We were very shocked by the heaving mass of people we encountered on arrival, a little bit like a swarming ant heap in 30 degrees! However, we had a very comfortable pitch without electricity away from the bulk of the campsite and quite close to the toilet block (time to wake up when the toilets begin flushing). Once established in this "no electricity" area you can make forays into the masses and just focus on the beaches which were lovely and miraculously not too crowded with 4 different coves to choose from. Some of the no electricity pitches had wonderful views too, but make sure you check how big the pitch is before booking as most were too small to fit our 4.5m bell tent and allow space for your guy ropes as the spaces are terraced. We went for bigger, shaded and secluded with just sea glimpses and were very happy, just depends on your priority. Avoid pitches close to the swimming pool and bar area, you are packed in and the evening entertainment is loud, but we did not hear it where we were. Be aware the booking office is in France and the operators have no idea what the campsite is like so cannot advise and it is difficult to get through to the campsite directly- do pay to reserve because you could end up on a truly terrible pitch! Early and late swims in the clear, calm waters were quite magical and made it all worth while. Life was all about going up and down the hills which was fine for our kids aged 7 and 10 (maybe a bit arduous with younger kids?), although we did need to forward plan our day to minimise the vertical trips. Somewhere along the line we didn't get to grips with the kids club, which after reading the other review I regret, so make sure you ask on arrival as it is not obvious once you are in and just casually looking for it as you walk around. Overall, perhaps our kids were a bit young to fully enjoy what the campsite could offer. The teenagers seemed to be having a wonderful time and there was a lot of hair straighteners and gossip in the toilet blocks before evening entertainments began. There was less scope for independence for our kids because the campsite was so big and lacked communal play areas where you could play football or hang out beyond the pool where we had to be anyway. There were two heavily used ping pong tables where our kids patiently queued for their turn only to be turfed off quite quickly by bigger kids who wanted it more! They loved it though so make sure you bring balls and bats. For us the best thing about camping is allowing the kids some independence and space to explore without you having to organise their fun. So we found this to be a different sort of holiday which was very enjoyable but a bit restricted and less relaxing than anticipated. Maybe it would be best if you could go with a group of friends and colonise an outcrop with a super view!
Sep 9, 2019 by mhc


Disappointing. From the description you'd think this was a real natural environment - yes, when you wade through the built up restaurant area, chalets, built up blocks of accommodation, past the open gravel caravan and tent terraces on top of each other - THEN there are some beautiful tent pitches on the edge of the cliffs leading to an amazing beach BUT these are the exception and very few and you may not get these unless you drive through the whole site to find, not an easy task - it is so big and there is a one way system to drive round. Most of the terraces in the main area are cramped and on top of each other and overlooked by blocks of accommodation. Avoid !
Oct 31, 2018 by Ros B

Amazing location, large site and beautiful beach

This is a large site but keep to the sites recommended by CC. The beach below is beautiful and walks around worth doing. Cook on site or go out as campsite restaurant wasn’t great
Jan 9, 2018 by Caroline

Wonderful - despite first impressions!

The last leg of our journey from England went a bit wrong - with the result that we arrived frazzled, hot, with 2 hungry children. The first 3 hours of our visit were awful. The place was heaving - people everywhere, and it felt very far from a rural idyll. We were allocated a pitch which was far too small for our bell tent, and on a teeny ledge below the swimming pool. We considered leaving straight away! Because our tent was too big for the pitch we had to make a fuss. So we asked what they had - and as it turned out there were some more remote pitches available - without electricity. As electricity isn't something we needed, we went to look - and ended up on one of those lovely places in the photos - surrounded by pine forest, perched above a teeny beach, and conveniently close to the toilet block! It felt like wild camping - except with the benefit of a supermarket, swimming pool and kids clubs within a ten minute walk. We had a wonderful, relaxing time, and I would come back in a shot. Although I'd make sure to book my pitch ahead! FYI the pitch was in section A. There were some other lovely ones in that direction. Although we met some people who were in the middle bit and they were very happy. A word of warning though - you might get burgled by small wild pigs in the night, so lock up your food. And bring super-pegs. Ours weren't a match for the hard ground, and the ones in the supermarket were very overpriced. And also - it's not the sort of place that a small child can be independent - too big, too many cars, and very steep slopes. The good points: A stunning pitch, wild pigs, 2 minutes from three gorgeous beaches, a great pool and kids club. The bad points: Big site, hard ground, some crowded pitches.
May 6, 2017 by ZanB


We were really surprised that this campsite had been recommended by Cool Camping. We went there only because of the write up here, and have had great experiences at many other Cool Camping sites, but this was a huge disappointment and we cut our visit from a week to 4 days. The location is fantastic - beautiful beaches and cliffs - but the site is not what you expect from a Cool Camping site. In August it is hugely crowded, tents are packed in one on top of the other, the pool is packed, and the campsite is noisy in the evenings with music from the bar. People tend to stay up late so it can be hard to sleep and the huge lights all over the site make it impossibly bright in the tents at night. Our tent was near the bathroom block and people were shortcutting through our pitch and clambering around the edge of our tent to the loos all night. To top it all off our tent was deliberately set on fire by another mystery camper, and to date the campsite has not forwarded insurance money. We enjoyed the beaches and a trip to Barcelona, but this site was not what we were expecting and not what we use Cool Camping to find!
Oct 19, 2016 by Anna


We stopped here at the start of April for 6 nights. Absolutely great spot in fantastic countryside with some lovely walks and the quaint little town of Tossa del Mar about a 30 minutes away by foot. I'd advise that you take sometime to choose your pitch as we rushed in and opted for one with the best view only to discover ones in quieter locations with far more room to spread out elsewhere on the campsite. Staff were generally very friendly, though seldom seen and the ablutions were kept very clean. Take some decent beach/swim shoes as the beaches tend to be quite uncomfortable under foot. 

Apr 28, 2015 by steve

Fantastic campsite

We have just returned from 2 week wonderful weeks at Cala Llevadó. We were lucky enough to have a fantastic pitch overlooking Platges de Llorell and the sea. Would definitely recommend to families - swimming in the crystal clear sea every day, a good pool, table tennis, fab pizzas, well-stocked supermarket. But all without feeling too busy. Having said that, many of the caravan pitches seemed quite crowded together.

One thing not mentioned, is due to the situation of the campsite on the cliffs, you can end up with a pitch some way from where you can park your car - which can mean carrying heavy equipment up and down some very steep steps. Worth it when you get everything set up and admire the view with a glass of wine, but hard work after a long journey!

Sep 13, 2013 by Sarah

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