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Costa Brava Hotels and Apartments
Costa Brava Overview
Hotels and Apartments in the Costa Brava
Accommodation in Costa Brava is easy to come by thanks to the size and diversity of this region of Spain. Coastal areas make way for stunning holiday resorts and Costa Brava hotels that consist of sheer luxury. Extravagant views across the Mediterranean and golden sands make this a highly sought after holiday destination. From city breaks to sun-filled beach holidays there are cheap all-inclusive hotels in Costa Brava and apartments that bring together traditional and contemporary living.
About Costa Brava
This beautiful region is located in the Northeast of the country and with it comes stunning coastal towns and historical villages hidden away in the countryside. This holiday destination is identified by many as being the home of some holiday resorts such as Lloret de Mar, Blanes and Tossa de Mar but it has medieval villages and history that often goes unnoticed.
The coastline is mightily impressive as it stretches over 300km and dances with the Mediterranean Sea. The Pyrenean Mountains give the region an injection of natural beauty, further enhancing its splendour.
Where to Stay in Costa Brava
It will please many travellers that there are hotels in Costa Brava to suit all. The region offers travellers the opportunity to create a holiday that truly meets their requirements. Those travellers who enjoy a city break can head to Barcelona where there are a wide range of boutique hotels and traditional hotels all designed to provide easy access to the sights of the city. Along the coast, cheap Costa Brava hotels and apartments can be found in the likes of Lloret de Mar and Tossa de Mar but these come with easy access to sun-kissed beaches, bars, restaurants and total relaxation.
What to See and do in Costa Brava
There is plenty to see and do in the Costa Brava making it suitable for singles, couples, families, the young and the old. If you prefer a slower pace of life, then heading to one of the medieval or roman villages such as Empuries will enable you to stroll around and take in the views and sights. Intact floor mosaics and remains of the amphitheatre will leave you in awe but once you have taken in all it has to offer, sit down, relax and have a coffee.
If adventure and excitement is more your thing the Aqua Brava park has it all. Action packed, thrilling and guaranteed to get the adrenaline pumping, this water park is the pinnacle of fun. A wide range of swimming pools for children and adults, rides and gardens with mazes – hours and hours of fun can be had.
Nature at its very best can be found at Cap de Creus National Park. A raw and untouched mountain range and draped in fawn and fora make this an eye-catching and remarkable place that you will never forget about.
The coastline is one of the main attractions of the Costa Brava so why not take advantage of it? Spend time lazing on one of the many beaches and you may find that you are tempted by the jetskis or even a boat tour.
Night Life in Costa Brava
This diverse and varied region means that you can make whatever you like of it when it comes to nightlife. Cities such as Barcelona have modern and cosmopolitan bars that play music until the early hours and the likes of Lloret de Mar become the playground for the young and energetic once the sun sets. However, families and those who want to while away a few hours in the evening with a chilled and laid-back atmosphere will have no trouble finding a bar that makes this a possibility.
What to Eat in Costa Brava
When in Spain it is almost impossible to avoid the stunning seafood that is available and that includes seafood paella and grilled fish. This is available across the Costa Brava but there are many other options available.
Cities such as Barcelona will have a vibrant and diversified food scene where you will have access to almost every cuisine you can imagine. The same can be said for the tourist resorts such as Lloret de Mar, where reasonably priced meals and restaurants can be found at almost every turn. The Costa Brava is geared up for those who enjoy fine-dining or a simple meal and that makes it absolutely ideal for every traveller.
Shopping in Costa Brava
If you head to one of the coastal resorts such as Tossa de Mar, you will find simple souvenir shops and traditional Spanish shops. There are many markets available where you can purchase cheap goods and gifts to take home but if you are a serious shopper then the likes of Barcelona will certainly float your boat. In the city, you will find a wide range of brands and designers and hiked up prices but if this is your thing then you will simply be in your element.
How Much Spending Money Will you Need?
The cost of goods and services will depend on where you stay. Head to Barcelona and you will find that you can pay as much as 3-4 Euros for a beer yet head to Lloret de Mar and a beer can be picked up for half of this. The same can be said for food but this does not mean that a meal in Barcelona is better than that in Lloret de Mar. A coke will cost around 2 Euros and you will be charged the same for a coffee while a taxi will start at around 3 Euros with an extra 1 Euro per KM.
- 2 hour flight time from UK
- Currency – Euro
- Medieval History
- Close to French Border