The Costa Brava is an area full of incredible places and experiences that you can not miss. Its geographical location in the province of Girona, with the winds of the Mediterranean as the Tramuntana and the erosion of the sea has made it a unique place, which we assure you, hooks and much. With a large number of hidden coves between the vegetation and cliffs that end up in crystal clear waters, walks along Caminos de Ronda by the sea, the charm that old fishing villages still have or their gastronomy with protagonists such as fresh fish and seafood ... make She one of the best places in the world to live.
This is an area that we know well and we have traveled many times, since it is now our place of residence. We could recommend many things to see and do on the Costa Brava, but in the end we have reduced the list to 10 experiences that will surely make you think about returning again and again.
1. Visit Cadaqués
Cadaqués, is one of the most beautiful villages in Catalonia and for Salvador Dalí the most beautiful town in the world.
Surrounded by the landscape of the Cap de Creus Natural Park, it still retains all its charm of an old fishing village, its narrow streets, its white houses, a beautiful promenade and its fishing boats resting in the coves. Among the many activities we can do, we recommend you to walk to Port Lligat to visit Salvador Dalí's house, make a walking route to the Cap de Creus lighthouse or to the Cala Nans lighthouse, experiences that you will surely not forget.
2. Bathe in one of its hidden coves
If there is something that we have in quantity on the Costa Brava with coves that thanks to the erosion of the sea are hidden among nature and which can only be accessed on foot after a long walk, something that is appreciated, especially in times summers Others are easier to access, so the best time to enjoy them is outside the most summertime season, at which time you will practically be alone. One of the ones we like the most is Cala Trons, located near Lloret de Mar that meets all the requirements, small and quiet, crystal clear waters, fine sand and a perfect place to snorkel. It can be accessed by the Camino de Ronda towards Tossa de Mar or directly by car. Although we highlight this, there are many others that are worthwhile such as: Cala Aigüa Xelida (Tamariu), Cala Illa Roja (Begur), Cala Estreta (Palamós), Cala Pola (Tossa de Mar), Cala Sa Tuna (Begur),…
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* During one of our getaways along the Costa Brava we stayed at the Vistabella Hotel maintaining a collaboration with them. This has not influenced the opinions that are reported here, which are all a summary of our experience and feelings during the stay.