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About Costa Brava

Hotels in Costa Brava come in all shapes and sizes, as do the coastal resorts. Immerse yourself in Spanish culture on the northern shores or laze away sunny afternoons on beautiful golden beaches in the south. The Costa Brava has been a tourist destination for over 50 years and now boasts hundreds of accommodation options. Deciding what you want to see will help you narrow down where you want to base yourself. Whether you want endless beaches, golf courses, wonderful food, incredible vistas, entertainment for the kids or water parks to excite the whole family, the Costa Brava has it all.

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Take a look at our helpful map of the Costa Brava, narrow down your search using the tools provided and pinpoint the area that's right for you. Once you know where you want to be check out our incredible rates for flights to the Costas; we guarantee the best price, so you don't have to spend endless hours shopping around. And why not book a rental car before you travel too?

When To Go

The Spanish are a lucky bunch when it comes to the weather, never really suffering the cold winters that afflict Northern Europe. As the climate is Mediterranean that equals long hours of sunshine and warmth throughout late spring, summer and early autumn. Temperatures heat up over June, July and August, regularly exceeding 30 degrees during these months.

Where to Stay

Holiday-makers heading to the Costa Brava really are spoilt for choice. From stylish in-town apartments, to rustic villas surrounded by citrus groves and beach-houses over looking the Balearic Sea, the options are endless. For those wanting to let loose there is no better place than Lloret de Mar with its all-night bar scene. For a more sedentary break we’d recommend Begur, where the pace is dictated more by the rolling waves than the beating speakers.