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About Costa Brava

Holidays to the Costa Brava are by no means new. The area has been a strong-hold of Spanish tourism for well over half a century and now plays host to thousands of hotels, villas and apartments. But as one of the most beautiful stretches of Spain's coastline it is little wonder that people still flock to the region year after year.

Its activities galore on the Costa Brava; it has everything from sites of historical significance and ancient architecture to water parks and golf courses right on the doorstep. And of course, for those more inclined to relax, there are endless miles of golden sand beaches and teal waters beckoning you to enjoy the Mediterranean sun.

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When To Go

The Spanish weather is the envy of Europe with a spring and summer season that runs from April to October. The warmest months of the year are June, July and August, but for those that prefer a slightly cooler environment avoid these three mid-summer months and you'll benefit from the cool Mediterranean breeze.

Fast facts about Costa Brava

  • Currency
  • How to get there
    Fly to Girona or Barcelona Airport
  • Official Language
  • Time
    Two hours ahead of the UK
  • Time from airport
    Depends where you are going, approx. 1 hour by train or bus

Sightseeing and must-sees

  • Eat like a king
    Catalonia, within which the Costa Brava lies, has more Michelin star restaurants than anywhere else in Spain and is even home to the great elBulli.
  • Go back in time at Empuries Greco-Roman ruins
    Laying quite centrally on the Costa Brava these ancient ruins will give you a glimpse of the thousands of years of history that Spain has played host to. Mosaics, Greek architecture and Roman villas all compete for attention in this incredibly well preserved village.
  • Take in the view from Castell de Sant Joan
    Lloret de Mar's famous, millennia old, castle sits atop a rocky outcrop and overlooks both Lloret de Mar and Fenals beaches. Take a trip to the top of the tower for the best views around.
  • Take the plunge at Aqua Brava
    Fun for the whole family, Aqua Brava waterpark boasts an incredible array of water slides and pools – perfect for cooling off in the midday heat.
  • Visit a master
    Take a stroll through Salvador Dali's coastal house. The great surrealist painter's house at Cadaqués is now home to a unique museum exploring the artist's life and work. Beware of the giant bear at the entrance.

Top destinations in Costa Brava

  • Calella
    Day trips to Barcelona
  • Lloret de Mar
    Night life
  • Roses
    Quick access to local water parks
  • Sant Pol de Mar
    Secluded beaches
  • Tossa de Mar
    Great-value accommodation