Apartments & holiday homes for vacation in Costa Brava
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The Costa Brava is the northeastern coastal strip on the Spanish Mediterranean coast in the autonomous region of Catalonia and extends over 220 kilometers.
Rosemary and thyme ...
In particular, the Cadaques peninsula with the Cap de Creus as the easternmost point of Catalonia, the landscape around the Cap de Begur near Palafrugell and the coast between Sant Feliu de Guíxols and Tossa de Mar. However, the entire coastline is not so obtained. For example, the country in the Golf de Roses widens; Flat beaches with fine sand extend at Empuriabrava. And south of Lloret de Mar, the topography passes to gentler forms of the flat, sometimes swampy coastal country, which characterizes the adjacent Costa del Maresme. The rocky coastal mountains are overgrown with light pine, cork oak and acacia groves. The Mediterranean macchia vegetation with gorse, cistros and rosemary and thyme is typical.
Celebrate how the festivals fall ...
Since the Spaniards like to celebrate, they should take the opportunity on vacation and take part in the festivals that fall for summer time. On the 3rd of May. The Festa de la Santa Creu rises in Figueres. The festival of the Holy Cross is committed with fireworks and move. In mid -May there is time for Temps de Flors, the flower festival in Girona, in which houses, streets and especially the cathedral with a sea are decorated. The Festa Major in Palamós rises in the last week of June. The protective saint of fishermen is celebrated on July 16 at Festa del Carme in Cadaqués, but also in most other ports with boat processions, dance and food. At the end of July, the internationally known fireworks competition in Blanes is on the program. A huge spectacle! Fires from many countries show their skills for a week during the Festa Major. You will shine with enthusiasm!
Golf, hiking, cycling and riding ...
The rough coast with unpredictable winds is only suitable for water sports. Sailing and windsurfing is nevertheless possible in some places, for example in Roses, Palamós and Platja d’Aroo Classic diving areas are the small islands of Illes Medes in front of L’Astartit and the coast at Sant Feliu de Guíxols. Cyclists are mainly on the mountain roads in the northern sections of the Costa Brava. There are a number of designated hiking trails for hikers, especially in the nature park on the Cap de Creus and in the coastal mountains between Platja d’Aro and Palamós. In the tourist centers there are mini golf, tennis and riding. There are several golf courses at Pals, Platja d’Aro and Lloret de Mar ..
A trip to Blanes ...
It is definitely worth it. The city with 38,205 inhabitants is located at the southernmost point of the Costa Brava, near Barcelona. Blanes is a resort in the typical Spanish style. Restaurants in which delicious fish dishes are prepared, bars, shopping shops and the sandy beach of four kilometers in length are some features of this place. The old town with its narrow streets shows the historical face of the fishing place. The traditional fish auction takes place in the port every day. In the north of the Costa Brava, a trip to Llanca is recommended. The sea water is particularly clear here, as in the entire zone around the Cap Creus, and reaches best values for analyzes. The climate is mild and moderate. In summer, the Tramuntana (a violent north wind) ensures a refreshing breeze.
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