Doused in the sunshine, laden with family-friendly beaches and scattered with vibrant yet traditional towns and villages both on the coast and inland, it stands to reason why the Costa Brava has long been a popular haunt for families.
The medieval hilltop town of Pals in Catalonia is justifiably known as one of the most charming villages on the Costa Brava.
The upmarket yet traditional fishing town of Calella de Palafrugell basks in sophistication and natural beauty. High-quality restaurants line the seafront of this fashionable town, interspersed by a series of beaches and coves dotted across an incredibly pretty coastal path that traverses along the shoreline, where pine trees carpet the rocky cliff faces that tumble
Spain’s beautiful ‘Costa Brava’ – aka ‘Brave Coast’ – wasn’t given its name without reason. This exhilarating and incredibly beautiful coastline of Catalunya in North-East Spain, stretches for almost 300 kilometres, scattered with an invigorating mix of wide sandy bays, quirky coves backed with high cliffs and densely-populated pine forests, lively, vibrant towns and traditional
If you are looking for a holiday in the sun where you can enjoy world-class cuisine, upmarket sophistication blended with timeless traditionalism, within a beautiful secluded bay, gently lapped by the cobalt water of the Mediterranean, then look no further than Llafranc.
The Costa Brava, Spain’s ‘Brave Coast’, is scattered with hidden coves and charming fishing ports, a million miles from some of the region’s more densely-populated tourist hotspots. For the traveller willing to take a short step off the beaten track, discovering a host of chic resorts that tastefully combine a sophisticated appeal with a traditional
The word “Costa” can conjure up images of towering apartment blocks, thrown up to accommodate mass tourism. Spain’s Costa Brava – ‘Brave Coast’ – is a far cry from all crowds and nightlife, with many wild and beautiful parts to its rugged and diverse coastline
Calella de Palafrugell is best entered via a picturesque stroll around a wooded headland, from a neighbouring village. Do it in the evening and breathe in the fragrance of Aleppo pines and scent of dama de noche, this sensation is akin to a blend of orange blossom and jasmine. You will see this enchanting town
With its winding narrow path made from local natural materials, traversing and ascending round the sparkling Mediterranean, Spain’s Costa Brava – Brave Coast – is an exhilarating delight to explore. We have to admit one of the most beautiful stretches of this rugged coastline is where the traditional yet elegant and affluent villages of Tamariu,
Close to the traditional market town of Torroella de Montgri and the busier coastal resort of Estartit, the Costa Brava’s Casa Torre Vella offers the best of both worlds – Culture, history and inspiring architecture or the traditional tourist highlights of any swinging yet upmarket coastal town. Being well placed between two contrasting worlds visitors