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Costa Brava



  • Treumal beach, Lloret de Mar

The perfect place for spending some time surrounded by its crystal-clear sea, an excellent climate, golden sands, fishing villages and intimate secluded coves. This is the Costa Brava, in the province of Girona (Catalonia) –an area you'll want to come back to.Read more...

Its 214 kilometres of coastline feature high cliffs, pine forests, fabulous beaches and secluded coves (many of them distinguished with the Q for Tourist Quality and the Blue Flag awards). Discover such famous places as the Medes Islands –an excellent scuba diving destination– and the coves of Begur and Palafrugell, where you'll be surrounded by the blue of the sea waters. In addition to its beaches, on the Costa Brava you'll find nature areas with spectacular wild terrain, such as the Cap de Creus nature reserve and Banyoles lake, where you can enjoy nature in its purist state. What can you do? Make a point of discovering the history and art of the Costa Brava through its monasteries, churches, bridges and monuments. We recommend visiting the archaeological site of Empúries, the walled enclosure at Tossa de Mar, and marvelling at the works of the surrealist artist Salvador Dalí in Figueres. Spend a few days' holiday in the charming towns and villages in the area, and enjoy popular celebrations such as the fireworks display in Blanes, the prestigious music festival at Peralada Castle, and the Dance of Death that takes place in Verges and will transport you back to mediaeval times.


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Costa Brava


Costa Brava


Costa Brava


Costa Brava


Costa Brava