Empuriabrava (Ampuriabrava), the small Venice of Spain located on the Gulf of Roses, originated about 40 years ago from a wetland and has become one of the most beautiful water sports centers in Europe. Following the example of Florida, a holiday paradise was created here in Spain on the Mediterranean.
The romantic fishing village is located in the south of the Gulf of Rosas. The charming landscape is characterized by pine-wooded hills, romantic and secluded bays and long beaches. The beaches are recommended for families with children.
The region of Playa de Pals is located in the center of the Costa Brava and was named after the town of Pals (World Heritage) in the interior. The Playa de Pals is a 10 km long and 90 m wide, flat in the sea sloping sandy beach, which extends to l'Estartit.
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 the resort for young and young at heart. The region is characterized by long sandy beaches, steep cliffs sloping down to the sea and many small secluded bays with crystal clear water such. Cala Canyelles, one of the most beautiful bays on the Costa Brava.
Blanes is a cozy resort in typical Catalan style. There are restaurants serving fish, paella or chicken dishes, small bars, numerous shops and the particularly wide 4 km long sandy beach are some of the features of this place.
Denia is located in the province of Alicante in the north of the Costa Blanca, between the Montgo mountain and the Mediterranean Sea. The resort of Denia offers the visitor a nearly 20 km long coastline. Denia has small shops, supermarkets, banks, bars, restaurants and cafes open all year round. The weekly markets reflect the life and culture of the country.
Moraira, a small fishing town on the Costa Blanca, located between the cities of Valencia in the north and Alicante in the south. Nestled, in the mountains of Bernia, in a bay which can be considered a natural harbor, the fishing town offers sandy beaches, unspoiled nature beaches and rocky coves.