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Costa Brava Hotels and Apartments
Costa Brava Overview
Costa Brava Hotels and Apartments
Whether you’re travelling alone, as a couple, with family or a group of friends, Costa Brava has so much to keep you occupied. Enjoy strolling alongside the coastline of gorgeous beaches, explore the ancient architecture, make a splash at the lively waterparks or try your hand at various adventurous activities. With a variety of luxury and cheap hotels in Costa Brava, you rest your head in a French–style chateaux mansion on the clifftop edge or in one of the more basic family resorts. There are plenty of resorts suited to thrill-lovers, as well as retreats for those seeking a more peaceful stay. If you’re looking to escape and unwind at competitive prices – you can opt for an all-inclusive package or a low-cost apartment in Costa Brava.
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About Costa Brava
Also referred to as “rugged coast”, Costs Brava today has become an ideal holiday destination for people of all ages. The main resort of the region is Girona where you can enjoy some of finest-selection of good hotels available. Over the years more and more people have been flocking to the likes Blane and Lloret De Mar, where holidaymakers can dance the night away at the pulsing clubs and relax the days away on the golden beaches.
Long stretches of stunning beach and year-round sunshine make Costa Brava one of the favourite spots in Spain and with its close proximity to the airport and friendly atmosphere, you can pack your bags to enjoy a holiday at any time of the year.
Accommodation in Costa Brava, where to stay?
The type of accommodation you choose in Costa Brava depends on what kind of holiday you’re seeking. Couples tend to head to Lloret de Mar resort nestled alongside the shoreline of Costa Brava as it boasts plenty of restaurants, bars and a fantastic nightlife to spend some time away from the daily routine, whereas Calella resort offers a warm and welcoming environment with a perfect beachside retreat. You can also choose to stay in Tossa de Mar if you’re wanting to know more about the history and Spanish charm along with exploring cobbled streets.
There are several 3-star, 4-star and 5-star independently-styled complexes that offer complete privacy with a handful of amenities. You can enjoy all the modern comforts and conveniences in either a seafront hotel or surround yourself with lavishness in an exclusive villa. And then there are self-catering apartments to treat yourself to a home from home experience. And of course, there are plenty of family-friendly friendly resorts that cater to your every whim.
Things to do in Costa Brava
Ask people to define their Costa Brava holiday in one word and they’ll mostly relate it with – a resort with endless entertainment. It’s easy to see why.
With an amazing range of sandy beaches available - experience some moments of pure relaxation, you can work on your tan on sun loungers, unwind under the parasols or simply enjoy a lazy walk alongside the coastline. A visit to Platja Gran Beach in Platja d’Aro allows families with children to play in shallow waters and you can also take a dip in the sea at Empuriabrava. The Dali Theatre-Museum is great for art lovers, the Sant Ferran Castle for natural beauty admirers and Roman Ruins for tourists seeking to learn more about the culture. You can also head to the countryside villas if you’re interested in music or dance festival. And if you want to add some excitement to your holiday why not try some skydiving, hoverboarding, cycling, hiking and fishing.
Food and Drinks in Costa Brava
Sun, sea and sand are undoubtedly the essential part of everyday life in Costa Brava, but there’s a lot more to love when it comes to experiencing the fine-dining in the resort itself. From traditional restaurants in Girona to local eateries in Tossa de Mar and something more authentic for a real taste of Spanish flavours.
You can expect a strong seafood influence in the restaurants, due to the proximity to the sea such as lemon-soaked fish on an open fire or broiling in a stew. You can expect paella and pizzas as well as a classic full English breakfast from many resorts. You’re sure to find something to suit your taste buds nearby your hotel in Costa Brava.
Nightlife in Costa Brava
Costa Brava is known for its vibrant and colourful nightlife scene – with a number of bars, clubs and discos offering all sorts of entertainment programs to keep the party animals happy throughout the time.
The best place to make the most of your early hours in the morning is Lloret De Mar, however, if you’re after a more peaceful experience – head to the low-key resorts such as Calella and Blanes. Here you can simply relax with a glass of beer or choose to hang out with your companions over a large assortment of refreshing drinks, usually accompanied by light bites – the resort has something for everyone. Or you could also consider staying in one of the hotels in Costa Brava, which specialize in organizing various kinds of evening events with fun activities and other games, so you can enjoy the ultimate comfort of your accommodation.
Shopping in Costa Brava
After you’ve booked a cheap hotel in Costa Brava, save a few more pounds to indulge in some retail therapy experience. Luckily, Costa Brava has got a great range of local shops, markets and key shopping areas to find a variety of items under one roof and buy some really special souvenirs. For example, Centro Comercial Gran Jonquera in Girona is a perfect base for shopaholics to explore several international clothing brands along with classy watches, perfumes, home décor items and jewellery, whereas the Costa Brava Boulevard mall lets you spend a full day doing nothing but just shopping and shopping. You can also visit the nearby departmental stores to fulfil your basic, homely needs if you’re staying in one of the self-catering Costa Brava apartments. And of course you can’t miss the famous Catalonian markets spread across the area, where you can pick up local vegetables, fruit, meat and cheeses.
Fast Facts about Costa Brava
- Nearest Airport: Girona-Costa Brava Airport
- Flight Time: 2 hr 5 min
- Transfer Time: 42 min
- Currency: Euro
- Language: Spanish