The romantic fishing village of Llançà is located in the north of the Costa Brava near the French border. The resort has gradually been developed in a harmonious way around the numerous coves with their transparent water, into small settlements.
Rosas (Roses), the ancient town of Rosas (Roses) on the Costa Brava is a great place to travel to for your holidays. Rosas (Roses) is an essentially Mediterranean town with a notable tourist and seafaring tradition. It is located in a unique natural setting, in the northern part of the Costa Brava, less than 30 kilometres from the French border, 65 kilometres from Girona and 160 kilometres from Barcelona. Rosas (Roses) can offer a coast full of contrasts, with cliffs and secluded coves with clear, bright blue waters, fine sand, and shallow waters ideal for families and for water sports.
Empuriabrava (Ampuriabrava) with its 30km of canals open to navigation, is the biggest Marina in Europe, with its magnificent residential complexes, its harbour, its many and diverse boutiques, discotheques, bars, restaurants… and thus remains an ideal resort for having a good time!
One of the smaller holidays resorts in the Costa Brava/Catalonia region - it is not far from the border with France and is perfect for families and independent holidaymakers wanting to avoid the mass-market package holiday resorts. You will soon discover that L'Escala is an excellent base to discover the mostly unspoiled northern Costa Brava, beautiful beaches, art, historic monuments, nature parks and one of Spain's most important wild bird reserves is situated a few miles to the north of town.
The Playa de Pals is located in the center of the Costa Brava and is surrounded by rocky headlands, rice fields and a small lake. Further south past intimate coves are the small up market resorts of Tamariu and Llafranc.
The holiday resorts Palamos, Tamariu, Palafrugell, Calella de Palafrugell and Llafranc, in the center of the Costa Brava, have preserved almost thier old, typical sight. The coast of this towns is shape by of long sandy beaches and small coves.
Lloret de Mar is perhaps the best known coastal town on the Costa Brava and certainly one of the most popular. The region around Lloret de Mar is characterized by long sandy beaches, steep cliffs and many small silent bays with crystal clear water such as for example Cala Canyelles, one of the most beautiful beaches on the Costa Brava, Santa Cristina and Montgota.
Blanes is a cozy resort in a typical Catalan style. The region around Blanes is characterized by long and sandy beaches, steep cliffs sloping into the sea.
The Costa Brava, the Wild Coast is a 160-kilometre stretch of beautiful, rugged coastlines in the region of Catalonia in the north east corner of Spain. Often translated as wild coast, the Costa Brava is a paradise not only for the wild-spirited. The Costa Brava stretches from Blanes, 60 km northeast of Barcelona to the French border. The Costa Brava boasts with amazing golden beaches, rocky gorges, unspoiled nooks, sheltered coves, and some of the most attractive scenery in the Mediterranean area. The coast is filled with high-rise resort developments and modern marinas catering to package tourists, but retains enough green hillsides and lonely, wild cliffs, coves and caves to belie its reputation as one of Europe's busiest holiday destinations. Certainly the perfect holiday escape.