The Costa Brava (desolate coast) is named after its rugged coast with its picturesque bays and is particularly known for its lovely sandy beaches, charming fishing villages and also for its crowded, lively seaside resorts, such as Lloret de Mar, Platja dAro, Tossa de Mar, and Blanes. You can choose between holiday homes on the coast or further inland.
Holiday homes on the coast of the Costa Brava
This coastal area offers a wide variety of possibilities, and even the most demanding tourist will be satisfied. There are facilities for all imaginable sports, in particular for golfing and water sports. Dont underestimate what the area has to offer in terms of history, culture, architecture and touristic sights. From the cottages on the Costa Brava you can visit the fishing village of El Port de la Selva where you will find the monastery of Sant Pere de Rodes from the 10th century. From there you will have a wonderful view of the mountains and over the sea!
Nature and culture discovery from your cottage
From your cottage on the Costa Brava you can easily go on outings to the metropolis of Barcelona or the place of pilgrimage Montserrat, with its monastery and the Black Madonna. Enjoy the wonderful nature in the National Park of Montseny. From your cottage on the Costa Brava you can reach the whole north-east corner of Spain.
Closer to home, you can visit Girona with its Medieval town walls and charming Saturday market. Also pay a visit to the Casa Museu Salvador Dalí, in Figueras. Did you know that many famous artists, such as Picasso, Chagall, Man Ray and Salvador Dalí were inspired by this region?
Do you like a glass of wine now and then? Then you really should visit the area of Alella, where the wine growers invite you to enjoy a glass of their wine! And definitely take a bottle with you to sample it on the terrace of your cottage!
In short: See for yourself that the Costa Brava has a lot more to offer than just sun, sea and sand!