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6 Things that make Costa Brava Shine in Spain

Beach Holidays to Costa Brava

Consisting of the comarques of Alt Emporda, Baix Empora and Selva in the province of Girona, Costa Brava is in the coastal Catalonian region of northeastern Spain. Costa Brava Holidays are popular for its exotic resort towns like Lloret de Mar and Blanes. But, this region has spectacular hidden gems at its picturesque fishing villages and tranquil towns. Thanks to the mild Mediterranean climate which keeps the region warm throughout the year. With over 300 days of sunshine, many love to travel to this part of Spain to revel on the beaches especially in summers. Simultaneously, the incredible mountains, world-class cuisine, eclectic architecture and historical cities offer something for everyone. In fact, every month offers its own share of phenomenal activities and occasions. Furthermore, the open-air parties during St John’s Eve, a spring festival and flower festival immerse the tourists with the sights and sounds of music and firecrackers. Besides, there are great museums like the Dali Theatre-Museum in Figueres. And the kids love to visit Cap Roig Botanical Gardens and a boat trip to Medes Islands. Finally, choose Cheap All Inclusive Holidays Costa Brava to spruce up life with rural farmhouse and wine tours.

Best Time to Visit Costa Brava

There is never a bad time to go on All Inclusive Costa Brava Holidays. The summers during June, July and August are perfect to lounge on the beaches. Being the high season, the crowds are huge around this time. However, with mild temperatures and fewer crowds, the spring is the best season away from the crowds. Most important of all, the fields in the countryside and on the hills come to life with blossoming flowers. Simultaneously, it is also the ideal time to indulge in outdoor activities. As the temperatures start to shoot up from April, May and June, it is also possible to sunbathe and swim. Besides, the flower festival of Girona and the feast of Corpus Christi spread colours of joy and fun in spring. Finally, autumn is a good time to kill the warm evenings and nights with a bottle of wine in the hand.

Sojourn in Towns and Villages

Close enough to make it for day trips, there are a number of towns and villages to explore during Family Holidays to Costa Brava.  Perched on a hill and around a fortress, Pals is a charming village with a medieval ambience. It is a great place to travel back in time. From the top, the panoramic view of the rice fields, dunes, wetlands and exotic beaches look stunning. Tossa de Mar is an ideal place to mix historical sojourn with great beach times on the Mediterranean. Meander through the beautiful cobbled streets of this medieval fortified town.

Furthermore, it is a great place to taste the Costa Brava delights at the restaurants. Subsequently, the picturesque sight of the Platja Gran beach with colourful boats and sun-seekers looks definitely serene. The village that inspired the great artist Salvador Dali, Cadaques has a fascinating history and gorgeous surroundings. This white village still manages to keep its Bohemian ambience intact. The white-washed houses with blue domes in the old town captivate every eye. Along with that, there are enchanting coves to swim and epic trails to hike at Cabo de Creus Natural Park. Finally, the former fishing village of Blanes should be a must in the itinerary. It is an ideal place to stay with the families to explore the medieval old town, nice churches and splendid beaches. The beautiful promenade lined up with cafes and restaurants offers peaceful walks and delicious tastes.

Quiet Beach Holidays to Costa Brava

Stretching from Barcelona to the French border, there are innumerable beaches, coves, inlets and small bays along endless miles of coastline. Most importantly, many of them are so secluded that they make it great spots for the families. Besides, the shallow waters and clean white sands make it a perfect setting for the little ones to go wet and wild. Choose Beach Holidays to Costa Brava to seek a soothing refuge in the coves at the fishing villages. Named after the scream of a girl murdered by a pirate, El Crit beach is one of the most secluded sandy spots at this coast. Surrounded by rocks, this beach is only accessible by foot. Similarly, Portalo is another quiet beach in the town of Cadaques. In fact, the rock formations at this pebble beach feature in many works of Salvador Dali. Moreover, Vallpresona at Santa Cristina d’Aro is an untouched beach away from the human constructions. The clear waters of this beach are great for swimming as well as snorkelling on a holiday.

Boat Trips and Catamaran Cruises

All Inclusive Holidays provide great options to explore the sea on a boat. Most importantly, the spring season is the best time to go on such five-hour-long trips on to the sea. These guided trips will provide access to most of the hidden places which are not accessible by other means. Besides, one can also go on tour to the first settlement of the Greek and Roman Empire at Medes Islands. Indeed, these boat trips and catamaran cruises offer great spots to swim too. Simultaneously, it is a great way to dine in the middle of the sea.

Cheap Costa Brava Holidays for Kids

Being the first town to get the best ‘Family Tourism Destination Certificate’, Blanes is like a gateway to the Costa Brava region. Located at the end of the promenade, Jardí Botànic Marimurtra is one of the famous Botanical Gardens in Europe. The stunning views of the plants at the breathtaking backdrop of the coastal setting will surely energize everyone on a holiday. Similarly, as a certified family holiday destination, Roses also plays a great host for Cheap Costa Brava Holidays. Here, the kids can have a great day out in the water park, enjoy nature walks and spot the birds in the wetlands. With wide-range of activities like education, culture and entertainment, beautiful beaches, hiking and cycling trails, Calonge-Sant Antoni is also a certified family holiday destination. Housing Aiguamolls Natural Park, Sant Pere Pescador is a perfect place to admire the mix of nature and water sports. More importantly, it offers excellent options for windsurfing and kite boarding.

Camping and Glamping

Costa Brava Holidays are famous for the great excitement of camping. This region has campsites that suit all ages and every activity. Ranging from small campsites with minimal facilities, it also offers the best glamping experience with children entertainment, campfire and sports facilities too. The stunning capital city of Girona and its surroundings have some wonderful places to camp. Nestling between the Natural Park dels Aiguamolls and the river Fluvia, Camping Nautica Almata is an excellent family campsite 50 KM away from Girona. Furthermore, the white village of Cadaques and Camping Salata in Roses offer a few of the best places to camp and glamp on this Catalonian region of Spain.

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