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Costa Brava Holidays

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Blending idyllic beaches and luxury resorts with Roman history and rugged coastal paths, the Costa Brava offers a Spanish holiday of exquisite contrast.

Known as the ‘wild coast’, this stunning stretch of northeastern Spain is filled with dramatic cliffs, medieval castles and cosmopolitan city breaks. But it’s not all rough and tumble on holiday on the Costa Brava. Between the adventures a world of relaxation awaits, complete with peaceful Blue Flag beaches, pretty botanical gardens and reliable sunshine all year round.

Stunning scenery on the Costa Brava

Whether you love hiking, cycling, extreme sports or just a great view, holidays to the Costa Brava deliver a serious dose of natural beauty. Roam the foothills of the Pyrenees, explore vast wetland lagoons, marvel at extinct volcanoes or find a hidden beauty spot in Girona’s Cap de Creus Natural Park. The Costa Brava’s diverse terrain is full of scenic surprises.

Why book Costa Brava holidays

Discover the best beaches

We love Calella de Palafrugell and Playa de Aiguablava

Amazing all inclusive resorts

Lloret de Mar boasts some pretty great all inclusive hotels

Perfect for watersports

The Wild Coast is popular for all kinds of watersports

Sample the local food

Sample fresh Catalan food at its best

Cultural hotspot not to miss

Dalí’s seaside home in Portlligat is a must-visit

Family-friendly attractions

Costa Brava has shallow-water beaches and a wealth of family-friendly hotels

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Top 5 things to do  in Costa Brava

Top 5 things to do in Costa Brava

Immaculate beaches often steal the headlines, but the Costa Brava’s fascinating history and unique scenery have much to offer.

  • Enter the surrealist world of Salvador Dalí at three museums dedicated to his life. Located in Figueres, Portlligat and Púbol, each are as quirky and colourful as the Spanish artist himself.
  • The Botanical Gardens of Santa Clotilde, Marimurtra and Cap Roig are straight out of a film set. A wonderful blend of cascading greenery and exotic plants, set against the turquoise sea.
  • The historic town of Roses is pretty in name and nature. Ancient citadels, Renaissance castles and hidden swimming coves tempt beach lovers and culture vultures alike.
  • Impressive cities also call the Costa Brava home. Girona’s full of medieval architecture, while Barcelona’s boundless culture makes for a top city break.
  • If you’re after a cheap holiday to the Costa Brava, Lloret de Mar’s many resorts have everything you need. All inclusive hotels spill onto golden beaches, backed by bargain bars.
History on the Costa Brava

History on the Costa Brava

The Costa Brava’s rich history remains a huge draw for visitors, with medieval castles, Roman forts and ancient treasures scattered along the coast.

  • Built around a 12th century castle, Tossa de Mar is pure Mediterranean romance. Preserved fortifications surround this ancient town, a maze of cobbled streets and Moorish architecture.
  • The ruins of Empúries are not one, but two ancient Greek and Roman cities side by side. From tiny mosaics to large amphitheatres, grab an audio guide and let history spring to life around you.
  • The largest bastion fort in Europe sits high on a hill overlooking Figueres. Sant Ferran Castle is an incredible display of military history; don’t miss boating through the underground canals!
  • For years civilisations have flocked to Caldes de Malavella for its thermal springs. View the Roman bath remains, then dip your toes in the luxurious spa resorts’ geothermal pools.
  • Filled with medieval architecture, Roman archways and sun kissed squares, Pals is perhaps the most picturesque town on the Costa Brava and dates back to the 9th century.

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Most popular Costa Brava hotels

Sorra Daurada Splash Hotel
  1. Malgrat de Mar
  2. Costa Brava
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Barcelona Colonial
  1. Barcelona
  2. Costa Brava
From £272 per person Check availability
Oasis Park Splash Hotel
  1. Calella
  2. Costa Brava
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Rosamar Garden Resort
  1. Lloret de Mar
  2. Costa Brava
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30 Degrees Hotel Pineda Splash
  1. Pineda de Mar
  2. Costa Brava
From £171 per person Check availability
H.TOP Planamar Hotel
  1. Malgrat de Mar
  2. Costa Brava
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H.Top Secret Lloret de Mar 4*
  1. Lloret de Mar
  2. Costa Brava
From £130 per person Check availability
Hotel Barcelona Princess
  1. Barcelona
  2. Costa Brava
From £266 per person Check availability
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Costa Brava weather

Costa Brava weather
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When is the best time to visit the Costa Brava?

Costa Brava enjoys a sunny Mediterranean climate and May to September offer the warmest weather. However, July and August are very popular so best to avoid if you’re looking for a cheap holiday to the Costa Brava.

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