The hot shiny sun, undefined wild magical Pyrenees to the south and the long, white, sandy beaches of the Mediterranean, make Spain a memorable tourist destination that is a challenge for every tourist. So, have you ever been to Costa Brava? If your answer is negative, this summer is a good opportunity to visit the most famous and most visited resort in Spain.
Costa Brava stretches for about 160 kilometers, from Barcelona to the north, to the French border. The name of this place in translation means wild coast and it is a real pearl of Catalonia. The natural beauty of Costa Brava, endless sandy beaches and summer sun are attracting millions of tourists. Here you will find modern tourist resorts with numerous quality hotels and tourist attractions, nested besides fishing villages and medieval castles.
Long sandy beaches are intersected by rocky coves that cover the most beautiful Mediterranean vegetation. Well-known resorts and touristic center turns into charming fishing villages. The northern part of the Costa Brava is the gem of the western Mediterranean. The most beautiful part of the coast are “beaches of golden triangle”, places that have managed to retain the charm and beauty of old fishing ports and settlements recognized in a relaxed atmosphere and excellent local cuisine.
What is perhaps one of the biggest advantages of holidays on the Costa Brava is a mild Mediterranean climate, thanks to the crown of the Pyrenees in the background of the coast. In the summer mounts the temperature varies between 30 and 35 degrees, but at night fall below 20, so the nights are very pleasant.
Aside from the coastal resorts, the Costa Brava has a rich historical, cultural and artistic heritage in a number of interesting places to visit. Salvador Dali was born and spent his life in Figueres and today anywhere around in Costa Brava you can see his influence. He left an impressive mark on the culture of Costa Brava, such as the architectural works of Gaudi with its originality make Barcelona unique in the world.