glorious gothic cathedrals, and the alluring Arabic baths. Most importantly, the sturdy city walls and the Romanesque architecture in the capital city of Girona captivate you. Indeed, the colorful sights of the houses while crossing River Onyar on Palanques Vermelles- Eiffel Bridge looks spectacular. Also, discover the hidden gardens and the stairways at El Call Jewish Quarter. Furthermore, the Vila Vella ramparts of the old fortified medieval town of Tossa de Mar should be a must in your itinerary. Moreover, meander through the cobblestone streets in the old town to grace the charming past of Costa Brava. Feel tranquil at the quiet church ‘Chapel of Our Lady of Socorro’. Finally, visit the Parish Church ‘ Esglesia Parroquial de Sant Vicenc’ to grace the big events on Costa Brava Holidays.
Beach Time in Costa Brava
The rugged coast of Costa Brava has some of Spain’s best beaches. Playa is the Spanish word for a beach, but Catalonians call it as Platja. The pebble beach of Calella de Palafrugell in Girona province with shallow waters is perfect for families and kids. Take peaceful strolls at this beach by admiring the beautiful whitewashed houses. Moreover, explore the ancient shipwreck and the untouched marine life by snorkeling and diving at Cala Culip Beach at Cadaques. Entice your family in water parks at beautiful pine-fringed Cala Giverola Beach at Tossa de Mar. Furthermore, Platja de Treumal beach surrounded by pine forest houses a beautiful Pinya Rosa Botanical Garden. Indeed, a great place to rejuvenate during Costa Brava Family Holidays.
Costa Brava Cuisine
Costa Brava’s rich culinary heritage satisfies even the most demanding Gourmets in the world. Seasoned by the Greeks, the cuisine of Costa Brava is mainly influenced by the ingredients of the sea and mountains. Moreover, the delicacies of fresh fish and seafood make Costa Brava the Mediterranean paradise in gastronomy. Here, the lobsters, pork, and chicken are also extensively used with flavored rice. The vineries in Costa Brava produce the finest quality of red wines; thanks to the Mediterranean air, shimmering sun, and fertile soil. Hence, do not end your trip without downing some tastiest reds during Holidays to Costa Brava.
the exotic shopping experience. Buy gifts, handicrafts, and souvenirs from the markets of Roses, Palamos and Blanes. Figueres is the birthplace of Salvador Dali and is the best place to buy the samples of his work. More importantly, try to shop a few gastronomic products and do not forget to bring a few bottles of the tastiest red and white wines of Costa Brava back home.