l`Escala:

l`Escala: Villas, holiday homes and apartments

Apartments in l'Escala on the Costa Brava

Apartments in l'Escala on the Costa Brava

These well maintained apartments are located in the resort of l`Escala on the Costa Brava and are suitable for 2 to 8 persons. Depending on the accommodation, the holiday guests have access to a communal swimming pool.

Bungalows & holiday homes in l'Escala on the Costa Brava

Bungalows & holiday homes in l'Escala on the Costa Brava

These well maintained holiday houses and bungalows are located in the resort of l`Escala on the Costa Brava and are suitable for 2 to 10 persons. Depending on the accommodation, the holiday guests have access to a communal swimming pool.

Villas with private pool in l'Escala on the Costa Brava

Villas with private pool in l'Escala on the Costa Brava

All of these comfortable holiday villas have a private pool. They are suitable for up to 12 persons and are located in the resort l`Escala. Depending on the house, the holiday guests enjoy beautiful views of the mountains or the sea.



The romantic fishing village of l'Escala is located in the south of the Gulf of Roses, just 40 km from Girona and about 120 km from Barcelona. The charming landscape is characterized by pine-wooded hills, romantic and secluded bays and long beaches. In l'Escala there are three sandy beaches, one in t40 km from Girona and about 120 km from Barcelona. The charming landscape is characterized by pine-wooded hills, romantic and secluded bays and long beaches. In l'Escala there are three sandy beaches, one in the Bay of Montgo, the local beach of Riells and the miles of sandy beach that extends from l'Escala to St. Pedro de Pescador. The beaches are recommended for families with children. L'Escala is not only a picturesque old town but also has a modern center (Riells) with a shopping street on the seafront promenade. Numerous everyday shops such as bakeries, butchers and pharmacies are readily available and offer a wide range. The climate of l'Escala is very pleasant. Particularly famous is the Tramuntana wind, which logs in at irregular intervals, leaves a bright blue sky and let the surfers get their money's worth. The interested visitor will also be fascinated by the Greek-Roman excavations of the city of Empuries, just 2 km away, and visit the museum. The excavations were started around 1900 are not completed until today. South of the village are the Cala Montgo and Montgo. Here you have a fantastic panoramic view over the bay of Rosas to the nearby Pyrenees.