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For reservations and bookings call 024 7645 554413Accommodation to suit everyoneImportant InformationCampsite holidaysWater and electricity are free of charge. However, it is necessary to pay for Camping Gaz. A standard charge of £8.00 per accommodation unit per night must be paid on site on arrival in resort.Please remember on ALL campsite holidays YOU MUST bring with you pillowcases, bed linen (sleeping bags or sheets), towels, tea towels and any other items of a personal nature. Parasols are provided with classic mobile homes, cottages and lodges. All units must be left clean and tidy on departure. Security deposits required - see page 58.Choose your holiday home . . .Typical layouts:Please Note: Illustrations are not to scale - for guidance onlyClassic Mobile Home - Camping SolmarHarry Shaw Lodge - Camping SolmarHarry Shaw Cottage - Camping SolmarTypical Harry Shaw Cottage InteriorCamping Solmar PoolTypical Harry Shaw CottageCamping Solmar

14For reservations and bookings call 024 7645 5544Calella de la Costa is a thriving lively resort with everything to offer the holiday maker. The original Catalan fishing village still shelters around the old church in the Calle Iglesia, with its narrow streets and bargain filled shops, innumerable bodegas, bars, cafes and restaurants while to either side the town has expanded behind the coastal railway with many fine modern hotels and apartments.The long golden beach of coarse yellow sand is backed by a tree shaded promenade, and you can hire pedalos and wind-surfing boards.There are two busy markets each week, and a good choice of excursions available to places of interest. By night Calella comes alive with many discotheques, fun pubs, flamenco bars & nightspots open until the small hours, plus excellent restaurants offering delicious Catalan specialities. Costa Brava & Costa Dorada . . .Calella de la CostaThese two stretches of coastline combined together extend all the way from the French border to south of Barcelona and offer a superb holiday playground. The Costa Brava is characterised by its rugged cliffs indented with picturesque sandy bays, and inland it has a tranquil landscape with forests of cork oaks, vineyards and olive groves. Just south lies the Costa Dorada, or Golden Coast, with beautiful sandy beaches, backed by Castles, Mediaeval Villages and Market Gardens. This part of Spain has a wealth of interesting places to visit including the impressive city of Barcelona, the mountain-top Monastery of Montserrat and the tiny principality of Andorra high up in the Pyrenees.