You already know what your troop likes best and which experiences are best suited to them. For proximity and affinity to our campsite we recommend the following:
- Kayak trips on the River Fluvià, from the Sant Pere Pescador Sailing Club to its mouth → The river has only a few deep sections. Most of it can be crossed on foot. It is very safe for children and you can also observe migratory birds such as ducks, swans, herons, egrets, cormorants, coots, kingfishers, storks…
- Bicycle rides along the river or the beach → From the campsite you can take dirt tracks with little traffic and no gradient. To the north, you can take a circular route along the beach track to the river mouth and return upstream to the crossing before the bridge to return along the cycle path to the campsite. You can also get to L’Escala by dirt tracks and a section of cycle path.
- Kitesurfing, paddle surfing and windsurfing courses → There is a kitesurfing school on the campsite premises that offers courses and private lessons for the whole family.
- Birdwatching in the natural reserve → The interpretation centre of the Aiguamolls del Empordà Natural Park, El Cortalet, is just a few kilometres from the campsite (10 minutes by car). From there there are several routes to take on foot through the park’s integral reserve, with several observatories along the way for birdwatching and photography.
- Learn about artisan fishing and cuttlefish! → A few years ago a project was born to recover cuttlefish and squid in the Bay of Roses and the Illes Medes and Baix Ter Natural Park. The Cuttlefish Project consists of the artisan recovery of cuttlefish eggs and squid which are deposited in fishing nets, as the posidonia meadows which were once the native ecosystem are no longer found. The eggs recovered are incubated in the facilities of the Sepia Project association, and once they hatch the young are released into the sea. If we recover the cuttlefish and squid, we recover the population of fish that feed on cephalopods. The association makes boat or “swim” visits to the cuttlefish. You will live a totally different experience and you will also learn more about the life of cephalopods and the reality of traditional fishing on our coasts.
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