Costa Brava

The Costa Brava is the name given to the northernmost coast of Catalonia sector. This is an articulated coast, rugged relief, due to a series of mountainous system that fall abruptly into the sea forming rocky cliffs that give a stern and wild appearance, with hidden coves and beaches between the projections, where the pines reach to the shore. The mild climate, the transparency of the water, the clear light of the north wind and the charm of the fishing villages, sky attracted visitors since the end of last century. Foreign writers, musicians, artists of the country and have admired the Costa Brava and have become known in the world. As Messrs. Picasso, Salvador Dali, Marc Chagall and Josep Pla.


A walk along the old town of Llagostera allows make a tour of several buildings with an important historical interest, some of them listed as Property of National Interest. Visit website

Tossa de Mar

It is an old fishing village that has become a tourist destination, where you can discover past scenes, landscapes, beaches, monuments, etc.
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Santa Crisitina d'aro

A perfect combination of sea and mountain, with a wide range of activities and services all year. In the center of the Costa Brava you can enjoy the utmost tranquility and relaxation. Visit website

Sant Feliu de Guixols

It is a friendly and nearby village, which is surrounded by large natural spaces. You sailing along the coast, you will find small coves can enjoy the natural surroundings. Visit website

Platja d'Aro

Has always stood out for have a fresh and innovative young atmosphere. Lots of bars and pubs at night kicking off doing everyone can find an ideal environment according to your tastes. Visit website


Modernity and cosmopolitanism of Platja d'Aro living with the elegance of S'Agaró where a recognized coastal path skirt architectural harmony. Visit website

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