Recent capital movements in the camping tourism sector suggest that it is an economic area in good health. The investor interest in it is apparent, judging by the major operation recently announced by the newspaper El Economista, according to which the French infrastructure fund Infravia acquired 50% of Sandaya for 400 million euros. Sandaya is one of the major European campsite chains, a leader in France and with a presence in Spain, amongst other European countries. Its offer includes 37 4- and 5-star campsites (as of 05/2021), selected for the beauty of their surroundings and their well-maintained facilities. These include water parks with slides, lagoons and large outdoor or heated swimming pools. Its catalogue also includes various types of accommodation, including mobile-homes, chalets, lodge-tents and cabins, as well as pitches for tents, caravans and camper vans. Infravia now owns 50%, a percentage that belonged to the British company Apax Partners since 2016. Over the last five years, Sandaya has seen its turnover triple.