Costa Brava

Discover the Allure of Costa Brava: A Destination of Choice for Millions of Tourists Annually!

Costa Brava: A Destination of Choice for Millions of Tourists Annually!

Year after year, Costa Brava captivates the hearts of millions of tourists, emerging as a premier destination for those seeking sun, sea, and unparalleled beauty. Nestled along the stunning Mediterranean coastline, this enchanting region offers a myriad of experiences for every type of traveler.

From the pristine beaches with golden sands to charming coastal towns steeped in history, Costa Brava presents an irresistible blend of natural wonders and cultural treasures. Tourists flock to explore the vibrant local culture, indulge in delectable Mediterranean cuisine, and bask in the warm hospitality that defines this Spanish gem.

With a diverse array of activities, Costa Brava caters to both adventure enthusiasts and those yearning for relaxation. Water sports, scenic hikes, and cultural excursions await, promising an unforgettable vacation for visitors of all ages.

Embark on a journey where every sun-soaked day and starlit night contribute to a memorable experience. Costa Brava awaits, ready to welcome you to a world of unparalleled beauty and endless possibilities. Explore, indulge, and create lasting memories in this captivating coastal paradise.

Discover the Costa Brava

Visit the seaside resorts of Palamós or Platja d’Aro,  both with easy-going but lively atmospheres, especially in the summer season.  Here you’ll find busy little shopping streets, as well as countless local and international restaurants, cozy little bars, lounges and cafe terraces, where you can enjoy sun, sea and sangria! Platja d’Aro is the centre of clubbing and nightlife for the entire province.

There is also a variety of entertainment available for a variety of tastes: watersports, cultural
visits to the numerous medieval villages inland, outdoor activities.  Here are some ideas:

Holidays outdoor activities

Salvador Dali
Born in Figueres, just below the Pyrenees, Dali  became one of the most renowned surrealist painters, even influencing Freud himself.  The Dali foundation comprises three musuem sites, featuring his art, life and history, in Figueres, Púbol and Port Lligat.

Playing golf
Whoever likes to stroke a ball on a golf course in a wonderful climate will enjoy this to his/her heart’s content on the Costa Brava.  There are more than enough links and inland courses (11×18 holes) to suit everyone:  e.g. Serres de Pals, Girona Golf, Peralada Golf, Golf Costa Brava, and the best course in Spain, PGA Catalunya

Wine- growing region Empordà
The wine-growing area of the region is centred in the Empordà, producing high-quality DO vintages.  Catalunya is also the home of cava.  There are vineyards and bodegas galore to explore. Also several craft olive-oil producers.

Wine cellars (wines out of the cask, cava. champagne  museum). Wine  production since 1764.

Best Hiking trails in Catalonia

Did you know that Catalonia is the best place for a good hiking trip? With several national parks, cascading waterfalls and nature trails, Catalunya boasts some of the most stunning scenery around! Get back to nature and check out the list to see some of the best areas for walking in the countryside.

Lake Banyoles –  Renting canoes/boats, Walking (hiking)
A stone’s throw from Girona is the town of Banyoles, with  the largest natural lake in Catalonia, where the rowing events of the Barcelona Olympics were held. Row, scull, swim, jog or simply stroll around the 8-kilometre perimeter and finish with a drink or a meal in one of the lakeside cafe-restaurants.


Catalonia is the undoubted gastronomic centre of world,  with more Michelin stars per capita in Girona province than anywhere else. Girona town currently houses the world’s best restaurant, Can Roca. At the slightly lower end of the market, on weekdays local restaurants everywhere offer a lunchtime menu del dia, usually three courses with bread and wine included for anything between 9 and 14 euros.

The cuisine is Mediterranean-based, with plenty of fresh fish and seafood (e.g. the famous Palamós prawns, L’Escala anchovies) representing the Mar (sea),mixed with the pork, poultry, sausage and rabbit of the Muntanya (mountains) and the typical crème brulée dessert (crema catalana). The menu is generally available up until 4pm, so evening eating is best delayed until after 8 or 9pm, in line with Catalan practice.

Michelin star Restaurants

El Celler de Can Roca*** (972 22 21 57).
Miramar**, Llançà (972 38 01 32).
Les Cols**, Olot (972 269 209).
Casamar*, Llafranc (972 30 01 04).
La Cuina de Can Simon*, Tossa de Mar (972 34 12 69).
Ca l’Enric*, La Vall de Bianya (972 29 00 15).
Ca l’Arpa*, Banyoles (972 57 23 53).
Bo.Tic*, Corçà (972 63 08 69).
Massana* (972 21 38 20).
Fonda Xesc*, Gombrén (972 73 04 04).
Tinars*, Llagostera (972 830 626).
Les Magnòlies*, Arbúcies (972 860 879).
Els Brancs*, Roses (972 256 008).
Emporium*, Castelló d’Empúries (972 250 593).
Castell de Perellada*, Perelada.
Terra*, S’Agaró , Platja d’Aro (972 825 166).


Water world

Discover water world, with its kamikaze, slides, wave pools, enormous water wheel, x-treme mountain, rafting river, water mountain, the streaming vortex and, for the little ones, kiddie island and family lagoon.



A fascinating visit to the stadium and museum of the legendary football club FC Barcelona; Gaudi’s beautiful cathedral, the ‘sagrada familia‘; the breathtakingly lit fountains of montjuich. enjoy the city tour and take some time to discover the city on your own.

Girona is of old the entrance to Spain (province capital). the cathedral with its colossal outer stairs and the 12th-century tapestry that tells the story of creation, the old jewish quarter call north of carrer de la força, the arabian baths ( banys arabs ) with their late-roman arches and the monestary of sant pere de galligants are the most notable sights in this city.

The most beautiful sights Costa brava