No need to take your car, think about finding a parking space or worry about the number of people going to the beaches. You only have a short walk, whenever you like, to get to the sandy beach which is next to the Amfora campsite.
Genuine postcard scenery with lthe famous Gulf of Roses, and the Albera Massif mountain range, which stands out in the distance behind you.
The sea level is low for several metres, enabling children to play in complete safety. All under the watchful eye of a team of qualified lifeguards, only present in the high season.
Our campers put it best!
“With clear, shallow water, this beach is a magical playground for our family. We come back here every summer! ”
A natural sandy beach with shallow water, an ideal spot for swimming and bathing supervised by lifeguards.
Water sports centre
With Impulse Activities, have beginner’s kitesurfing, sailboarding, stand-up paddle boarding or even windsurfing.
A known spot for kitesurfing with its shallow water.
Beach with lifeguards during the summer season, with a swimming area delimited by buoys
Swimming lifeguards on beach
Lifeguards on beach but conditions are dangerous
Campsite in the Gulf of Roses
The chiringuito beach bar
on the beach
Facing the sea, the Tropic Beach bar welcomes you in an exotic setting, with the sand beneath your feet in the shade of a palm tree or straw parasol
All the spirit of a Spanish chiringuito beach bar toeat on the beach, with tapas, barbecue-grilled dishes, and a selection of pasta for children
For a lovely walk on the beach, walk up to the medieval village of Sant Marti d’Empuries
For your walks in the area around our seaside campsite in the Gulf of Roses, you’ll find various inlets and beaches, which should satisfy your desire for sea air. From Sant Pere Pescador to the town of Cadaqués, the places of interest by the sea are numerous in our region, which has an exceptional Mediterranean coast.
Very easy to access, an initial walk along the beach will take you up to the delightful medieval village of Sant Marti d’Empuries, with its church overlooking the sea, narrow shaded streets and lively village square, where you’ll delight in sitting at the table one of the restaurant terraces to enjoy delicious tapas and/or a few of Catalonia’s authentic dishes. Once visited, you can continue the walk by taking the Passeig d’Empúries coastal path., which links Sant Martí to L’Escala’s urban centre. This walk of around 2 kilometres will enable you to discover the Empúries beaches, go right by the Greco-Roman ruins in Empúries and admire the ancient Moll Grec beach.
Make the most of our direct beach access as a family or with friends, during a stay on our campsite by the sea in Spain. The Amfora campsite offers you an unforgettable holiday by the sea, and you simply must be quick to book your stay before it’s too late!