Welcome to the Costa Brava, a veritable paradise with deserted beaches, picture-perfect medieval towns and villages and a place where you can get away from it all.
This area has remained relatively untouched by mass tourism: the coves and bays reminiscent of Greece are the norm, not the exception. It’s the perfect choice for nature and outdoors lovers.
The traditional fishing village of Cadaqués is a must-see on the Costa Brava. Home to Salvador Dalí, a bohemian atmosphere surrounds this charming village, with narrow cobblestone streets and whitewashed houses.
Another historic gem is Begur, which dates back to the 12th century and has retained much of its original charm. If you’re a culture lover, head over to Sant Feliu de Guixols, where a jazz festival is held every year. And if you want to enjoy a delicious ron cremat while listening to the best habaneras in the world, Calella de Palafrugell is just the place. Let us give you some tips and help organise your excursion!