Costa Brava


Enjoy the beaches, the gastronomy, the emotions

The Costa Brava is the name of the coastal area of the province of Girona, an extension of 214 kilometers; it extends from the mouth of the river Tordera at Blanes where it borders the Costa del Maresme, to the frontier with France at Port Bou, bordering the Red Coast. It is made up of three counties: Alt Empordà, Baix Empordà and La Selva.

Renowned for its beaches and creeks, some of which are difficult to access, it also stands out for the natural areas of the Parc Natural del Cap de Creus, with its rough landscapes shaped by the constant Tramontana, the Parc Natural dels Aiguamolls (swamps) de l'Empordà, the small archipelago of the Medes Islands, the Marine Reserve of Ses Negres in the heart of the Costa Brava, the botanical gardens of Santa Clotilde in Lloret de Mar, Marimurtra and Pinya de Rosa in Blanes and Cap Roig in Calella de Palafrugell.

Historically, Costa Brava has been a very important area of crossroads as well as a place of settlement of different people and cultures, being one of the entrance gates of the Iberian Peninsula from the Mediterranean Sea, these facts are confirmed by the numerous historical relics, which can be found throughout the region; megalithic constructions dating back 5000 years and that are located near Roses (in the north) and in the Gavarres Massif (in the central area), remnants of the Greek and Roman colonization (the most important being in the park Sant Martí d'Ampuries).

Its gastronomy, traditionally acknowledged but particularly since the beginning of XXI century, is one of its strengths, not only for its quality, tradition and innovation (taking its exponent Ferran Adrià at El Bulli) but also for the quality of its local products. The most representative examples are the Palamos’ prawn (gamba), the anchovies from L'Escala, the sea urchins of Palafrugell, oils and wines, the latter under the DO Empordà that increase their prestige day by day.

Its cultural heritage is also endless; its coastal cities maintain their charm and, in some cases, conserve the authenticity of small fishing towns (Calella de Palafrugell is the best example). And let’s not forget the geniuses who were born here or who lived in the Costa Brava, such as Salvador Dali or regular visitors like Truman Capote.

Costa Brava

The coast of the province of Girona, definitely not to be missed

Visit it from north to south or south to north, you will not regret it, there is a world to discover around every corner

Live it up!

Experience its villages, visit its hidden corners. Its beaches and its culture will surprise you

Live the experience by walking the coast way, by sailing along the coast, by diving or, flying from the air

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Experience its villages, enjoy its beaches and its culture

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Live the experience, on foot on the Camí de Ronda, diving or from the air flying like a bird


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