The Catalan coastline, Costa Brava is stretching up to the French boarder and is one of Spain's top holiday destinations. Famous for its beautiful small coves and villages, surrounded by high cliffs and the jagged coastline that has given its name (brava means “jagged” in Catalan), Costa Brava is a natural paradise, waiting to be discovered!
Which are the main attractions of the Costa Brava? What is the essence of these Catalonian territories that make people vibrate and love this area? At Costa Brava we find amazing beaches, important monuments, events, gastronomy, landscapes and traditions.
Costa Brava bounded by the Mediterranean and the Pyrenees is a multitude of small coastal towns and fishing ports well protected as in Cadaqués, Dalí place of residence, or in Calella de Palafrugell whose streets and creeks that make resonate the “habaneras”, recalling the feelings of nostalgia and the times of marine migration to Cuba.
On the 200 kilometers of coastline that includes the Costa Brava, you will fall under the charm of typical Mediterranean villages like L’Escala, Palamos and Sant Feliu, surrounded by vegetation and a peaceful atmosphere.
You will also find at Costa Brava the Natural Park of Cap de Creus, the Natural Park of Aiguamolls de l’Empordà, the citadel of the Roses, the Greco-Roman ruins of Empúries, the medieval towns of Pals and Peratallada, the old town of Tossa de Mar and the splendid botanical gardens of Blanes and Lloret de Mar.