Camping Bella Terra is one of the entities that, from its modest position, is involved in this commitment of the city to cycle tourism. JosepAtmetller, owner of Camping Bella Terra, is one of the founders of the Costa Brava - La Selva Association, a cycling association whose main theme is the recognition of this area as one of the favourites of cycling tourism. Joan Zurita, chairman of the association and ex-cyclist, explains that "what is more and more important for cycling tourism is the territory, that is why we have to work to put ourselves on the map and draw the attention of cycling tourism all over Europe to get them to our territory. "
Cycling tourism is an active tourism type that is capable of solving the seasonal problem and causing a real transcending effect on those destinations, where it will be proven successful. According to a study by the European Parliament on bicycle tourism, 28.8 million Europeans regularly cycle. Of which 20.4 million travel with at least one night included.
Santa Susanna - Blanes - Vidreres (C8) 64.2 km and 3 hours, Blanes - Hostalric - Arenys de Mar - Blanes 72.7 km and 3 hours and 36 minutes duration, Blanes - Sils - SantEsteve - Santa Coloma - Blanes 153.7 km and 8 hours and 13 minutes duration and Blanes - Tossa - Llagostera - Blanes 81.7 km and take 8 hours and 23 minutes, are some of the fantastic routes that are ideal for cycling enthusiasts. Vicenç Fernández, director of the Bella Terra campsite, confirms that "you have to focus on this kind of cycling tourism in order to attract the attention of cycle tourism during every moment of the year".
Moreover, the campsite Bella Terra has received the stamp of camping Bed & Bike, through the association of campsites in Girona, which means a guarantee for lovers of this type of tourism. "We have made room for storing bicycles for all those customers who want to enjoy their holidays with their bicycle," concludes Vicenç Fernández.