The Costa Brava is the northeastern coastal area of Spain inside the boundaries of the greater Catalonia region. Home to some of the finest restaurants in Spain, some of the best, sandiest beaches, and an endless amount of seaside towns and cities dotted along the long coastline, finding a hotel in the Costa Brava is a fairly straightforward affair. You just need to decide where you’d like to stay…
It’s hard to not mention Barcelona when we’re talking of the Costa Brava. The capital of the Catalonia region is one of the most popular cities in Europe for a getaway. A perfect blend between beach holiday and city break, whilst also providing access to much wilder coastal sights up and down the Costa Brava, a hotel in Barcelona is perfect for your next break.
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The average flight time to Costa Brava from the UK is 2 hours 5 minutes.
The Costa Brava is a beautiful area in Spain which has so much to offer. From one huge city, to smaller towns and of course its long coastline. There is so much to explore in this area, from stunning architectural phenomenons to great shopping high streets. There is also a buzzing nightlife in Costa Brava, so whatever type of holiday you're looking for, you're bound to find something suited to you in one or many of the destinations in Costa Brava.
Top destinations in Costa Brava include:
The Costa Brava offers its visitors a sunny climate which can be enjoyed all year round. As Costa Brava lies on the north east coast of Spain, that does mean the region is slightly cooler than other parts of Spain like the south. The winters in this part of Spain will be a lot more cooler and damper than other parts. The summers in Costa Brava will be pleasant and enjoyable, as it is not known to have scorching temperatures.
Average high and low temperatures for each month: