Paklenica is the best place to go rock climbing in Croatia, with the village of Starigrad-Paklenica offering many excellent places to stay only 1km from the entrance of Paklenica National Park. Starigrad-Paklenica has many bars and restaurants and is situated by the sea. More information here.
Istria is the 2nd largest rock climbing area in Croatia. The climbing in this northern part of Croatia is situated around the towns of Pazin, Pula and Rovinj where there are many accommodation options. More information here.
Climb Europe has information about accommodation that is suitable for rock climbers in Fontainebleau, and the Haute Alps. Fontainebleau is the best place to go bouldering in Europe. Whilst the Haute Alps (also referred to as the Ecrins or the Durance Valley) has over 300 days of sunshine each year with around lots of rock climbing from single pitch to multi-pitch up to 600m long.
The majority of rock climbers who visit Kalymnos choose to stay either in the villages of Masouri, Armeos or Myrties, which are situated below many of the popular crags. These villages offer a wide range of accommodation and it is recommended to book your accommodation in advance especially if you are visiting Kalymnos in either May or October. More information here...
For rock climbers who are visiting the Argolis area of Greece, the best places to stay are either at Nafplion, Porto Heli, Ermioni or Thermisia, where there are many hotels, villas, self-catering apartments and campsites. Find out more….
The rock climbing at Osp (which also includes the crags of Misj Pec and Crni Kal.) is one of the largest climbing areas in Slovenia, and hence is very popular. There are many options regarding accommodation in Osp and the surrounding area that are suitable to rock climbers. Find out more…
Being a popular holiday destination Spain has a wide range of accommodation to choose from. Climb Europe has accommodation suitable for rock climbers in the Costa Blanca area, El Chorro, Malaga area and Albarracin. More information here...
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