Rossinyol 1, 17257, Torroella de Montgri, Costa Brava
Explore this park:
El Delfin Verde really is a first class parc with an outstanding range of facilities. Ideally positioned alongside a magnificent sandy beach that stretches for miles, it is highly popular with sun seekers. The parc itself is large and modern, with several bars and restaurants and a wide range of sporting activities, as well as dances, discos and 'fiestas' for all the family in high season. The parc's centrepiece is the fabulous dolphin-shaped swimming complex, which includes one of the largest fresh water pools on the Costa Brava. You'll be glad of a cooling dip too, as even the pitches enjoy hours of glorious sunshine, ideal for the serious sun-worshipper. Out and about, you will find Figueres with its Dali museum just an hour away.
Outdoor Swimming Pool
Whether you fancy staying in one of our modern holiday homes, lodges or a tent, you can be sure to step into quality, detached accommodation, complete with your own outdoor space that you're free to enjoy however you like. Indoors, everyone can enjoy their own space in separate bedrooms and self-catering facilities at your fingertips will give you the freedom to dine in if you fancy.
With a choice of regional airports including Barcelona and Reus, fly drive is an easy option. Ferries are also available to Santander and Bilbao.
Service Charge £7.50 per unit per night
Facilities Passes FREE
PAY ONLY £9.50 Apr 20, 23, Oct 12, 15
This spacious holiday park has direct access onto a beautiful sandy beach along the Costa Brava so no need to travel far for your morning swim! Within easy driving distance along the Costa Brava are some beautiful towns and attractions.
Torroella de Montgri is also close by and is worth a visit to see its medieval core and historic attractions, and for the Monday market.
This relaxing seaside town is perfect for strolling along the promenade, admiring the boats in the harbour, and eating out in the plethora of restaurants on offer.
The pretty hilltop village of Pals has charming, winding streets, Romanesque architecture and wonderful views of both the Pyrenees and the Medes islands.
A great spot for those interested in bird-watching, this nature reserve is Catalonia's second biggest wetland and home to 338 different species.
This fascinating museum in Figueres was designed by DalÃ himself in the ruins of an old municipal theatre, and then there's the 1,500 pieces of iconic work.