Last Minute Holidays to Costa Brava | A Colorful Journey on Catalonia

Stretching till the French border, Costa Brava is the coastal region of Spain’s Catalonia. Costa Brava is a favorite holiday destination in the world with rugged coastline backed with mountainous back drop and dotted with spectacular beaches and secluded coves. Above all, the friendly climate and fascinating culture attract many into this part of this Spain. Even though, a hotspot of tourism, Costa Brava’s small towns like Cadaques kept its old traditional roots intact. Even more, Costa Brava also lured world-famous artists like Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali. Furthermore, the stunning nature and rich heritage make one feel Costa Brava a home away from home. Go on Last Minute Holidays to Costa Brava to go merry in the fiestas and animal carnivals.

Things to See in Costa Brava

Costa Brava is having several museums, ruins, religious sites and churches to explore on a holiday. Visit the Vila Vila old town to amble through the narrow cobbled streets and discover the pretty gems of the past. Vila Vila is the only medieval town in the Catalonia of Spain. Here, discover the medieval hospital surrounded by stone walls and also the remnants of a Gothic Church built on the ruins of Roman Temple. Also, take a little bit of strain on foot to reach the highest point at this place. It is indeed really a worthy walk to enjoy the panoramic views of the town and the coast. The ancient city of Empuries should be a must in Costa Brava’s itinerary. The ancient port built by the Greeks and the stone walls built by Romans explain the complete Mediterranean history of Costa Brava.

And also, take time to visit the 10th century Monasterio de Sant Pere de Rodes monastery at El Port de la Selva. Built on a hill and overlooking the sea, the columns and foundation of this monastery are still intact. In fact, it is a great place to click the memories of your life. The high view from the mountains along with sea mist provides postcard-perfect pictures. Finally, visit Salvador Dali House and Esglesia de Santa Maria Cathedral at Cadaques on Costa Brava Holidays.

Beaches in Costa Brava

Call it the rugged coast or the wild coast; the breathtaking beaches challenge you to explore them on Beach Days in Costa Brava. In fact, the combination of beaches and nature is idyllic along the coast of Costa Brava. To start with, the charming former fishing village of Blanes offers spectacular spots to hit on a beach. The cute little bay of Cala Sant Francesc is apt for families and children to hit on Costa Brava Beach Holidays. Enjoy the facilities, amenities, and refreshments on this beach and relax in the stunning botanical garden of Marimurtra. Calella de Palafrugell with white sand and crystal clear shallow waters is another great beach to hit on with families.

Hidden in the coves of Cap de Creus, Cala Culip at Cadaqués is a great spot to dive and snorkel. Here, discover the unspoiled marine life including a shipwreck. Visit Cala Giverola at Tossa de Mar to enthrall on a beach in the heart of nature.  The bluish-green waters of this beach are a feast to the eyes.

Intriguing Sea Caves  of Costa Brava

Make your most spectacular outings in Costa Brava by discovering the most intriguing sea caves. In fact, one can find their nirvana while exploring these gems shaped by nature. Visit the Cova de Infern at Alt Emporda. Known as the hell cave, the beautiful erosion of rocks present a spectacular swimming pool inside. Take a dip and get the feel of trance by watching the sun turn red in the waters during sunrise. And also, explore Cova d’en Gispert and Cova de s´Infern from the base of Barcelona on Holidays in Costa Brava.

Costa Brava Cuisine

The combination of the ingredients of the mountains and sea go into the culinary culture of Costa Brava. Furthermore, the province of Girona is a famous food and wine destinations in the world. Costa Brava is a Mediterranean paradise when it comes to the delicious tastes of fish and shellfish. And also, one would get to taste the most authentic dishes while getting around Costa Brava. The traditional dishes in the interiors and the seaside taverns pamper your palette in Costa Brava. Finally, tingle your taste buds going on wine tours in Costa Brava.

Getting Around Costa Brava

Popular as a package holiday destination, Costa Brava is well connected by bus, train, car and taxi services. There is an excellent network of buses and trains from Girona airport. Furthermore, there are over a dozen private companies that run bus services in and around Costa Brava. The bus is the best way to travel cheaply

while enjoying Holidays in Costa Brava. And, take a taxi or hire a car to roam around Costa Brava in comfort. The adrenaline junks and more enthusiastic travelers can opt a motorcycle or a bike to discover the interiors of Costa Brava.