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Where to go on the Costa Brava

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Where to go on the Costa Brava

Photographer Sara Guerrero. Arxiu d'imatges PTCBG.

The Costa Brava is the epitome of nature in all its glory. From stunning landscapes, such as Cap de Creus cape, the Aiguamolls de l’Empordà wetlands, the Montgrí massif and the Medes islands, all rightly protected natural parks, to the 200 km of picture-postcard coastline dotted with beaches and coves nestled among the cliffs that run from Portbou to Blanes. From the picturesque fishing villages, such as Cadaqués and Calella de Palafrugell, to the four botanical gardens that overlook the sea, lake Banyoles and the bay of Roses.

It is easy to see why it’s a place that has inspired a multitude of writers, poets, musicians and artists throughout the ages. The landscape is dazzling. And the wealth of history and culture captivating. The Graeco-Roman ruins in Empúries, the charming medieval towns, Girona’s Jewish quarter, the ceramics of Bisbal d’Empordà and the Dalinian Triangle showcasing the surrealist legacy of Salvador Dalí are just some of the must-see attractions that the Costa Brava has to offer.

A winning blend of stunning scenery and active tourism make this a truly unique destination where you can enjoy wonderful experiences, such as hiking along the coastal paths playing a round of golf, trying your hand at water sports or taking a parachute jump. Whatever your heart desires.

And when it’s time to eat, prepare yourself for a unique gourmet experience, sampling a cuisine steeped in tradition, infused with a love for local products and reinvented with large doses of innovation and creativity courtesy of world-renowned chefs, such as Ferran Adrià and the Roca brothers.

Let’s raise a toast to your next visit to discover all the Costa Brava has to offer.

With a fine glass of DO Empordà wine, of course.

The Costa Brava is the epitome of nature in all its glory. From stunning landscapes, such as Cap de Creus cape, the Aiguamolls de l’Empordà wetlands, the Montgrí massif and the Medes islands, all rightly protected natural parks, to the 200 km of picture-postcard coastline dotted with beaches and coves nestled among the cliffs that run from Portbou to Blanes. From the picturesque fishing villages, such as Cadaqués and Calella de Palafrugell, to the four botanical gardens that overlook the sea, lake Banyoles and the bay of Roses.

It is easy to see why it’s a place that has inspired a multitude of writers, poets, musicians and artists throughout the ages. The landscape is dazzling. And the wealth of history and culture captivating. The Graeco-Roman ruins in Empúries, the charming medieval towns, Girona’s Jewish quarter, the ceramics of Bisbal d’Empordà and the Dalinian Triangle showcasing the surrealist legacy of Salvador Dalí are just some of the must-see attractions that the Costa Brava has to offer.

A winning blend of stunning scenery and active tourism make this a truly unique destination where you can enjoy wonderful experiences, such as hiking along the coastal paths playing a round of golf, trying your hand at water sports or taking a parachute jump. Whatever your heart desires.

And when it’s time to eat, prepare yourself for a unique gourmet experience, sampling a cuisine steeped in tradition, infused with a love for local products and reinvented with large doses of innovation and creativity courtesy of world-renowned chefs, such as Ferran Adrià and the Roca brothers.

Let’s raise a toast to your next visit to discover all the Costa Brava has to offer.

With a fine glass of DO Empordà wine, of course.

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The beaches

If you’re looking for some of the most beautiful beaches and coves in the Mediterranean, you’re in luck. The Costa Brava is the place for you.

History, culture and active tourism

It is easy to see why it’s a place that has inspired a multitude of writers, poets, musicians and artists throughout the ages. The landscape is dazzling. And the wealth of history and culture captivating. The Graeco-Roman ruins in Empúries, the charming medieval towns, Girona’s Jewish quarter, the ceramics of Bisbal d’Empordà and the Dalinian Triangle showcasing the surrealist legacy of Salvador Dalí are just some of the must-see attractions that the Costa Brava has to offer.

The fusion of landscape and active tourism is undoubtedly another of the genuine treasures of this place. You will experience very special moments hiking along the paths of Ronda, retracing the coast of the Costa Brava, playing golf, practicing water sports or doing a parachute jump Whatever your body asks for.

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