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Holiday homes and rentals in the Costa Brava
The Costa Brava is a stunning holiday destination with a spectacularly rugged coastline packed with hills and mountains, and tranquil landscapes. You can find various holiday homes at the coastline to enjoy the wonderful Mediterranean climate. You can choose to reside in a modern style rental or a traditional one, located in Blanes where you can enjoy nature from your house, from the cliff views to a range of beautiful parks. If you need to unwind and forget about everything, you can find various house homes in Rosas, La Escala, Palafrugell, and Palamos.Fully-furnished holiday homes
The holiday homes are located conveniently near various points of interest, with fantastic sea views where you can contemplate a beautiful sunrise or sunset from your house. Whether you need a house for an extensive group tour, romantic getaway, family holiday or solo travel, you will find one that suits you perfectly. They come with added amenities like private pools, gym, and access to private clubhouses and wifi to make your stay more comfortable. The beautiful lawns offer enough spaces for your kids and pets to cool off. You will also enjoy ample parking space and extra rooms to accommodate everyone. Do you want to make your family's favourite meal? They provide a fully-equipped kitchen and easy access to local markets for fresh ingredients.
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The area and getting around
The Costa Brava is a coastal region at the northeastern side of Spain which stretches from Blanes to the French border. It is between the Alto Ampurdan, the Bajo Ampurdan and La Selva regions and borders with the Costa del Maresme to the South and the Costa Vermella to the north. There are various villages and towns in Costa Brava offering different experiences. To explore the local traditions, gastronomy, and cultural events, visit Pals, a charming village, perched on a hilltop and has maintained its medieval look. For an incredible view of the Mediterranean waves, proceed to the Tossa de Mar Calella de Palafrugell. Blanes is a lovely old town with gorgeous beaches, impressive monuments, beautiful churches, and rocky coves.Great Spanish discovery
A visit to the Costa Brava would be incomplete without picking some gifts for your loved ones and souvenirs. Visit the famous Flea Market and buy old paintings, jewellery or books. For fashions, go to the Lloret de Mar and explore various boutiques. If you want to shop for the best art crafts, visit Cadaqués village. Each village offers different gastronomic experiences, but the Catalunya area is perfect for vegetable, beef, and wine. You can also try out freshly prepared seafood in one of the restaurants located at the coastal line. If you are looking for a more chilled night out, proceed to Blanes, a fantastic region where you can experience the Spanish culture.
Travellers and activities
At the Costa Brava, you will discover some of the best beaches in Spain in a perfect environment with quality water. Visit the Cala Giverola Beach to enjoy a wide variety of water sports in the turquoise waters and rugged cliffs. The Cala Clip beach in Cadaques offers an opportunity for diving and snorkelling in well-kept marine life in ancient shipwrecks. If you have kids, visit the waterpark in Empuriabrava where your young ones can spend some time on the floating obstacles.Costa Brava for families
The Costa Brava makes a wonderful family vacation destination due to the incredible weather and unspoilt nature. Visit Aquabrava in Roses, a water park with multiple attractions, including swimming pools, play areas with waterfalls and dizzying slides. Proceed to the Jardí Botànic Marimurtra Botanical Gardens in Blanes and explore an array of plants and stunning views in the breathtaking coastal setting. You can also enjoy a boat trip through the calm Mediterranean waters to discover hidden beaches and coves.
Did you know that the name Costa Brava translates to "rugged coast"?
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The Costa Brava beaches will offer you a combination of nature and beach experiences. Visit Platja La Mar Menuda Beach in Tossa de Mar, and enjoy scuba diving or snorkelling.2. Go golfing
Both beginners and amateurs can enjoy golfing at the PGA Catalunya. It has two impressive facilities and also two academies for those who need professional guidance.3. Learn the Costa Brava's history
The Costa Brava is a historic region that dates back to the 1st century. Visit the Dali Theatre-Museum and view ancient sculptures, jewellery and paintings.4. Go hiking
Hike along the coastal footpath of Camino de Ronda, that runs from Blanes to Collioure. It is famous for the most impressive Mediterranean views that include cliffs, mountains and pine forests.5. Taste some wine
Enjoy a glass of the rose, the white or the red wine in the boutique winery.