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Costa Brava: an indisputable paradise, an incomparable gastronomy
and endless activities to enjoy.

The Costa Brava is one of the most beautiful coastal areas in Spain. It extends along 214 kilometers of the coast of the province of Girona, from Blanes to Portbou, on the border with France.

The Costa Brava is known for its stunning landscapes, combining steep cliffs, hidden coves, fine sand beaches and medieval villages. It is an ideal destination for lovers of nature, hiking, diving and gastronomy.

Some of the most notable places on the Costa Brava are:

The Costa Brava is a popular destination for summer tourism. At this time of year, the beaches and towns are packed with visitors from all over the world. However, the Costa Brava is also a pleasant destination to visit out of season. In spring and autumn, the weather is milder and there are fewer tourists.

Cap de Creus:  A rocky cape jutting into the Mediterranean Sea.
The Medes Islands: An archipelago of islands of volcanic origin that is an important diving destination.
The Aiguamolls de l'Empordà Natural Park: A wetland that is home to a great diversity of flora and fauna.
The town of Cadaqués: A white fishing village that was the place of residence of Salvador Dalí.
The town of Tossa de Mar: A walled town that retains its medieval charm.

The Costa Brava is a popular destination for summer tourism. At this time of year, the beaches and towns are packed with visitors from all over the world. However, the Costa Brava is also a pleasant destination to visit out of season. In spring and autumn, the weather is milder and there are fewer tourists.

The Costa Brava is a destination that offers something for everyone. It is an ideal place to relax on the beach, explore nature or enjoy culture and gastronomy.

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Inspiring beaches

A paradise on the coast

The Costa Brava is known for its white sand beaches, crystal clear waters and rugged landscapes. Some of the most popular beaches on the Costa Brava are:

  • Cala Montjoi in Roses: This beach is one of the most famous on the Costa Brava. It is surrounded by cliffs and has crystal clear waters.
  • Cala Sa Tuna in Begur: This beach is one of the most beautiful on the Costa Brava. It is surrounded by vegetation and has crystal clear waters.
  • Cala Giverola in Tossa de Mar: This beach is one of the most popular on the Costa Brava. It has white sand and crystal clear waters.
  • Cala Estreta in Palamós: This beach is one of the quietest on the Costa Brava. It has crystal clear waters and is ideal for snorkeling or diving.
  • Cala Aiguablava in Begur: This beach is one of the most picturesque on the Costa Brava. It is surrounded by cliffs and has crystal clear waters.

In addition to these beaches, the Costa Brava has many other hidden coves and beaches that are worth exploring.

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Golf de Pals, Golf Empordà and others

Charming sports

The Costa Brava is a popular tourist destination for golf lovers, with a number of high quality golf courses spread throughout the region.

Golf de Pals : Golf de Pals is the oldest golf course on the Costa Brava, and one of the most popular. The course is surrounded by an exceptional natural environment, with pine forests and views of the Mediterranean Sea.

Golf Empordà : Golf Empordà is another internationally renowned golf course, located in the municipality of Sant Feliu de Guíxols. It is surrounded by vineyards and fields, and offers spectacular views of the Costa Brava mountains.

Other golf courses on the Costa Brava

Blanes Golf, in Blanes
The Caldes de Malavella Golf, in Caldes de Malavella
The Peralada Golf, in Peralada
The Costa Brava Golf, in Santa Cristina d'Aro
The Vall d'en Bas Golf, in the Vall d'en Bas

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Places and culture

Wonders of the Costa Brava

The towns of the Costa Brava have a special charm that makes them popular tourist destinations. This charm is due to a combination of factors, including:

Its natural beauty: The Costa Brava has a steep and rugged coast, with fine sand beaches and crystal clear waters. The towns are surrounded by this natural landscape, which gives them an idyllic atmosphere.

Its history and culture: The Costa Brava has a rich history and culture, which is reflected in its towns. Many of the towns have medieval origins, and retain their traditional architecture and traditions.

Its relaxed atmosphere: The Costa Brava is a popular tourist destination, but its towns retain a relaxed and calm atmosphere. This is because the towns are relatively small and far from large cities.

Some of the towns on the Costa Brava that stand out for their charm are Cadaqués, Tossa de Mar, Calella de Palafrugell, Pals and Peratallada.

In addition to these towns, the Costa Brava has many other picturesque towns, such as Begur, Tamariu, L'Escala, L'Estartit, Palamós, Lloret de Mar and Blanes.

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Parties and Events

Leisure for all

In addition to its natural attractions, the Costa Brava also offers a wide variety of popular festivals, festivals, sporting and gastronomic events, of which:

The Vuelta Ciclista de Catalunya, which is held in March.
The Girona Tapas Festival, which takes place in April.
The Girona Flower Festival, which is celebrated in May
The Cantada de Habaneras de Calella de Palafrugell, which is celebrated in July.
The Blanes International Fireworks Competition, which is held in July.
The Cap Roig Music Festival, which is held in July and August.
The Salt Festival of l'Escala, which is celebrated in August.
The Begur Indian Fair, which is held in September.
The Costa Brava Girona Golf Open, which is held in September.
The Catalunya-Costa Brava Rally, which is held in October.
The Medieval Market of Figueres, which is held in December.

The region's festivals and events offer visitors the opportunity to experience the culture and tradition of the region.

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Cycling on the Costa Brava

Spectacular landscapes by bicycle.

Cycling is one of the most popular activities on the Costa Brava, and there are routes for all skill levels.

The road cycling routes on the Costa Brava run through spectacular landscape, with cliffs, beaches, medieval towns and vineyards.
Cycling route through Girona: a 6-day route that covers some of the most emblematic climbs in Girona.
Costa Brava Classic: a 4-day route runs along the coast from south to north.
Girona-Figueres: a 120 km round trip route runs along the coast from Girona to Figueres

Mountain biking routes on the Costa Brava offer the opportunity to explore the interior of the region, with its forests, valleys and mountains.
BTT Cap de Creus: 50 km in a protected natural area.
Montseny BTT Natural Park: 70 km in a mountain massif in the interior of the Costa Brava.
BTT Massís de les Gavarres: 40 km in a mountain range.

With its mild climate, its varied range of routes and its excellent services for cyclists, the Costa Brava offers everything cyclists need to enjoy an unforgettable holiday.

Typical Gastronomy of Costa Brava - Hotel Sa Punta Begur

Empordà Gastronomy

The true traditional cuisine of farmers and fishermen.

The gastronomy of the Costa Brava is one of the richest and most varied in Spain. It is characterized by the use of fresh and seasonal products, from the land and the sea.

The main products of the gastronomy of the Costa Brava are fish and seafood, vegetables, and fresh fruit.

Some of the typical dishes of the Costa Brava gastronomy are the following:
Arroz a la marinera: A soupy rice with fish and seafood.
Suquet de peix: A fish stew with tomato, onion, potatoes and spices.
Calçotada: A variety of white onion, accompanied by romesco sauce.
Pa amb tomàquet: A bread with tomato, olive oil and garlic.
Black rice: A soupy rice with squid ink.
Escalivada: A roasted vegetable salad.
Mandonguilles amb sepia: Meatballs with cuttlefish.
Catalan cream: A dessert made with pastry cream, egg and cinnamon.

The Costa Brava also hosts a series of food festivals throughout the year, where you can taste local cuisine.

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