Pics: Seaside camping spots

 
 
 
  • Cnip Village Grazing Trust Campsite, Scotland

    If you're looking to get away from all the hustle and bustle of everyday life, this remote campsite on the Western Coast of the Isle of Lewis is just for you. The facilities are limited but clean, and the pristine sands, knobbly hills and breathtaking sunrises serve as the only entertainment. Photo: beacheszone.com

  • Garig Gunak Barlu NP, Australia

    Located on the Coburg Peninsula in Northern Australia, Garig Gunak Barlu National Park is only accessible by water or air. Gorgeous sand dunes, marshy swamplands and clear coral reefs make it a particularly aesthetically pleasing gem, undiscovered by many. Photo: Kobus M
  • Cala sa Cova, Spain

    Located close to Castell-Platja d'Aro about 80km north of Barcelona, the Cala sa Cova campsite is a low key and laid back spot that attracts backpackers and families alike. It's surrounded by cliffs and stands guard over the beach. It's the perfect spot for watersports fanatics to feel at home. It offers electricity, hot water and a children's playground. Photo Cala sa Cova

  • Cap de l'Homy, France

    Set in the Bay of Biscay, only 400 meters from super white sandy beaches, Cap de l'Homy is a municipal campsite rife with shady spots and awesome nature. The site is set back behind the dunes in the forest of Lit-et-Mixe which, like the coast, goes on for miles. It's also a popular surfing spot.

  • Green Point Campground, Pacific Rim National Reserve, Canada

    While it may not look as attractive as a tropical island paradise, Green Point is located right on a fascinating stretch of Pacific coastline. It's located on Vancouver Island in British Columbia and just about as rustic as you get, with no cooking or shower facilities. Photo: phillip-garrett.blogspot.com

  • Elands Bay, West Coast, South Africa

    SA is full of awesome campgrounds, many of which are located close to or next to the beach. However, few are as pristine as Elands Bay on the West Coast. Milkwood trees punctuate the sandy spots in the campsite, and a silver white beach stretches out from the first row of campsites.

  • La Cinta, San Teodoro, Sardinia

    The La Cinta campsite forms part of a larger park located on the shores of the crystal clear sea of Sardinia. If fun, sun and tropical bliss is what you're after, this is definitely a spot to check out. The site is equipped with market, bar, telephone, hot showers and drinking water and exceptionally safe for little kids. Photo: hikenow.net