Costa Brava Travel Guide
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Comprehensive information on attractions in the Costa Brava North ( the Alt Empordà ) and the Costa Brava South ( La Selva ).
The coastal cities such as Roses, a touristic center of the Costa Brava, Empuriabrava and its famous Marina, Sant Pere Pescador with its endless sandy beach and the famous ruines Ruines Empuries of La Escala.
In the south of the Costa Brava is Tossa de Mar that attract many tourists with its famous Vila Vella Tossa, Lloret de Mar, the location for party, discos and clubs and Blanes, the city with one of the biggest number of campings of the Costa Brava.
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The Cap de Creus Natural Park, the magnificent Besalú, the volcanic region of La Garrotxa, Castellfollit de la Roca, the Dali Museum in Figueres or other places to visit during your holiday in the northern Costa Brava.
In the south of the Costa Brava you should visit the Natural Park Parc Natural del Montseny or the Parc Natural Montnegre. There are endless possibilities!
The Costa Brava boasts wonderful beaches and coves. There are hundreds of different beaches along the Costa Brava North and Costa Brava South. They stretch from the most nothern point of the Costa Brava to the city at the far south - Blanes with its attractive beaches of Blanes.
Take a trip to Cap de Creus and spend a weekend at the secluded beaches of Roses, for example at Cala Joncols in the town of Roses you can go diving in the middle of the natural parc Cap de Creus.
If you prefer long sandy beaches we recommend you to head to Empuriabrava and Sant Pere Pescador. They are ideal for surfing and kitesurfing, but you will also always find a place to relax. Further information can be found under Sant Pere Pescador beaches and beaches Empuriabrava.
If you prefer vibrant nightlife and clubs yous should not miss Lloret de Mar that even though you wouldn't think it, has a series of secluded beaches like Cala Morisca and nudist beaches like Cala Frares.
Other typical beaches of the Costa Brava are Cala Treumal or the beach Playa de Blanes.
If you like natural spaces you could visit the botanical garden of Blanes Mar i Murtra that offers stunning views over the coast.
Do you want to visit a well preserved medieval old-town? Then head to Tossa de Mar.
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If you want to spend your holidays in the small town of Escala do not miss the opportunity to visit the ruins and beaches of Ampurias. Or make a day trip to Besalu and walk around the natural parc of Garrotxa. On your way back, head to Figueres and visit the most impressive surrealistic gallery - The Dali Museum.
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