Best places to visit Catalunya!
This article will provide you with some places to stay on the Costa Brava.
The Catalan coast:
There are some special places on the Costa Brava that will make you fall in love with the area. The coast of Catalonia is known for its paradisiacal bays, charming villages and natural parks, making it an ideal destination for holiday. The Costa Brava is undoubtedly home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the country. The beaches or coves are often small and intimate, surrounded by steep cliffs and unusual rock formations.
The Costa Brava offers lot of variety, a natural beauty of sandy beaches and summer sunshine. From the city of Girona to places like Figueres, there are destinations that combine the natural beauty of the sea, with medieval heritage. Cadaqués are one of the charming town on the Costa Brava and great destinations among those who are seeking a sun-filled beach getaway.
The charm of its villages:
Catalonia is full of exceptional small villages, from seaside villages to mountain villages, among which you can find:
is another Costa Brava destination for a city break. Despite its small size, the centre is full of life, especially during the summer months when the city hosts a large number of international events.
Situated right next to Barcelona, this charming village benefits from a microclimate but also offers a wide range of sporting activities (hiking, surfing ), cultural activities (art galleries) and leisure activities (golf, bars etc...).
Located in the heart of the Empordà, the village of Begur and its beaches make up one of the most marvellous places on the Costa Brava.
The village of Pals in the province of Girona is one of the pillars of the Costa Brava's heritage, a small haven of peace between sea and mountains.
Situated in the Pyrenees, the village of Besalu with its magnificient architecture is a listed Historical and Artistic Heritage site.
The perched monastery of Montserrat, located about 60 km from Barcelona, is a rocky massif with its abbey dominating the rocks. A funicular railway takes you up to the top of the cliff and gives you a breathtaking view of the abbey.
Catalonia is full of beautiful lands, from small medieval villages to more touristic beaches. Catalonia is characterised by a great diversity of landscapes that will charm you!