Follow our journey as we tour in our Hymie around Britain and Europe.
We left the cool mountains of Andorra and headed for sunny Spain.
We arrived at Sant Feliu de Guíxols, costa Brava, late in the evening. Traffic was awful in all directions.
Wondering why traffic in the town is really bad, we later discovered it was Santa Maria’s day, a bank holiday.
We decided to stay at Santa Christina campsite for the weekend, as we have stayed there before and enjoyed it.
The campsite is located at the entrance to Sant Feliu de Guíxols.
The pitches are fairly levelled and large in size, separated by trees and hedges. In the campsite there are nice, fairly levelled, shaded pitches that are separated by hedges. Most pitches have hook-up points. There is a pool that is open for most of the day, but without a lifeguard.
This campsite accepts ACSI card.
Walking into town from the campsite takes about 20 minute which can be hilly at times.
Our spot of lunch was at “Hot-Dogs”. A small but busy restaurant located away from the main street. All the staff were very polite and most of them spoke very good English 🙂