Private holidays on the Costa Brava

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If what you are looking for are incredible beaches and coasts, northern Catalonia is your place. Quiet spaces, near wonderful villages like Peratallada, Cadaques, Pals or Rosas.

The Costa Brava and & nbsp; the Girona Pyrenees are located between Barcelona and the French border.The infrastructures, such as the airport, the AVE stations of Girona and Figueres, the highway and a good network of highways that communicate with the interior are an extra help to access all its incredible places in a short time from anywhere in the world.

If what you are looking for are incredible beaches and coasts, northern Catalonia is your place. Quiet spaces, near wonderful villages like Peratallada, Cadaques, Pals or Rosas.

The Costa Brava and the Girona Pyrenees are located between Barcelona and the French border.The infrastructures, such as the airport, the AVE stations of Girona and Figueres, the highway and a good network of highways that communicate with the interior are an extra help to access all its incredible places in a short time from anywhere in the world.

Coves on the Costa Brava fine sand

Some of the beaches of the Costa Brava have been sentenced as one of the most beautiful in the world. In no doubt, the northern beaches are the main charm of the Costa Brava. If you like the extensive and fine sand, you have to visit Castell, Empuriabrava and Platja d’Aro or the Portitxol beach, in L’Escala, its great claim is its location, which is next to the old Greek port of Empúries; and that of Sant Pere Pescador, between Sant Martí d’Empúries and Roses. It has a length of almost 40 km and is ideal for kitesurfers.

Beaches with crystal clear water

If you like crystal clear water coves, the Costa Brava also offers spectacular spots. The first on the list is Playa Fonda, in Begur, a small cove that is not easily accessible, but that hides very fresh and completely transparent waters.

Next we pass you a list with our 5 star beaches:

  • Cala Sa Boadella en Lloret de Mar. …
  • Cala Pola en Tossa de Mar. …
  • Playa Illa Roja en Begur. …
  • Cala Jugadora en el Cap de Creus. …
  • Playa Es Castell en Palamós. …
  • Cala Aigua Xelida en Tamariu. …
  • Santa Cristina.
  • Sa Tuna en Begur.

Natural areas on the Costa Brava

The spaces and natural parks are another of the treasures that the Costa Brava hides. In fact, 30% of the total area of ​​the province of Girona is protected due to its natural interest.

There are charming places and the Natural Park of Cap de Creus is one of them, it is located around the Cap de Creus, the easternmost point of the entire Iberian Peninsula; and the Empordà Marshlands Natural Park, considered a Natural Interest Site and with a most varied ornithological fauna.

In addition, you can also visit the Medes Islands, the only ones in the entire Catalan coast. It has a rocky geography and a multitude of underwater caves, for this reason and for its rich ecosystem they have been considered a marine reserve. This same category has also been given to Ses Negres, which is located in Begur and has its famous cliffs, which is impossible not to be left with your mouth open.

The Costa Brava, an ideal climate

An ideal landscape and climate throughout the year to carry out all kinds of activities by land, sea and air. In the province of Girona you will find a wide range of activities and experiences, offered by companies with extensive professional experience, are unlimited, from balloon trips, plane flights, parachute jumps, kayak or sailboat trips, vineyard visits, an immense amount of routes for bicycle lovers

Hiking along the Costa Brava

The Costa Brava has 220 km of Mediterranean coast, merging the Cap de Creus with the Pyrenees. The great natural diversity of the province of Girona has made 33 percent of its area protected. Beaches, volcanoes, lakes, high mountains …

A great example of the routes that the Costa Brava offers for hiking enthusiasts are the Caminos de Ronda that have a series of trails that allow you to explore the Costa Brava without just separating from the sea, being able to walk along beaches, towns, natural parks, by cliffs and the most hidden coves. If formerly served to alert the arrival of pirates or smuggling, today they are very nice walks by the sea. Among them, you can take the road from Sant Feliu de Guíxols to S’Agaró, from Calella de Palafrugell to Llafranc or from Sant Antoni de Calonge to Platja d’Aro. The latter passes through idyllic places such as Cala de Roques Planes, Cap Roig or Cala del Pi.

Diversity in the accommodation offer

The Costa Brava and the Girona Pyrenees have an extensive and varied offer of accommodation in urban, rural and coastal or mountain environments. From prestigious hotel chains such as Hilton, Melià, Marriott, Accord and Silken, to small charming family hotels have a presence in the province. The possibilities of group accommodation, both on the coast and in the interior, can be adjusted both in quality and price to the needs of each group. Although if what you want is the contact with the authentic we recommend you visit family-style houses. The company casaslujo.es offers the possibility of renting houses of authentic luxury and with space for up to 26 people some of them such as the Castle of Sant Mori, medieval works that will leave you absorbed and with which you can enjoy ancient stories that Owners will tell you.

The people say… that one person is not where you are born, if not, where you want to die. And seeing what this wonderful place offers us, we feel as if we were from the earth.

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