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HTOP Royal Star

Costa Brava, Lloret De Mar

HTOP Palm Beach

Costa Brava, Lloret De Mar

HTOP Olympic Calella

Costa Brava, Calella

HTOP Royal Beach

Costa Brava, Lloret De Mar

Santa Susanna Resort

Costa Brava, Santa Susanna

HTOP Royal Sun

Costa Brava, Santa Susanna
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Spain's wild coast

 

Costa Brava runs from Blanes all the way to the French border and, even though it means ‘wild coast’, there are peaceful tracts among its varied resorts and beaches. Blanes, although known for its proximity to a large theme park – Marineland - is a relatively undeveloped resort and has a charming Catalan character that doesn’t shine through in the more commercial areas. The larger resorts, such as Lloret de Mar and Calella, are perfect if you like an electric atmosphere to build up after nightfall.

Lloret de Mar's nightlife is the liveliest along the Costa Brava, attracting stag and hen parties to its big nightclubs, such as hotspot, Moby’s. It’s known, also, for its many and varied restaurants and its friendly pubs, including the English-themed Queen Vic. With its wild coastline, Costa Brava has quite a few secluded beaches that are best for anyone taking their small children on a family holiday, who would rather avoid the big crowds. Such secluded areas include Malgrat de Mar and Belladona Cove at Platja-D-Aro.

The enormous Massif Montenegre National Park spans a large area along the coast, running behind the resorts and beaches. The beautiful resort of Santa Susana sits in front of three small peaks of the mountain range, making it particularly popular with sporty visitors who can enjoy hiking, climbing, cycling or even a Segway ride through the hills. Santa Susana has also been given the Family Tourism Award, recognising it as a great destination for a family holiday. With child-friendly activity areas in the national park, soft, clean beaches featuring children’s clubs and a fantastic adventure playground all on tap, Santa Susana is a great place to take a family holiday that’s all inclusive as there’s no need to stray far from the resort.

Spain loves to host festivals and the biggest one in Costa Brava takes place in the sumptuous grounds of the Peralada Castle in Girona. The Festival Castell de Peralada showcases a wide range of musical styles, theatre and dance and attracts world-class acts, like Harry Connick Jr. and Dionne Warwick. In yet another treat for music fans, the Cap Roig Festival, each July, features artists of the status of Elton John and Keane, as well as popular Costa Bravan musicians.

Explore the wild coast and Beaches on Holidays to Costa Brava

 

The enchanting wild coast attracts many tourists to Costa Brava. The wild coastline is waiting to be explored.

Tamariu is one of the best Costa Brava Beach Holiday - once used to be a fishing village, right now a beautiful place for a summer retreats. Explore this virgin beach and the scintillating waters. Nature is intact without much of pollution, noise and development. Hence, it remains an ideal place to relax unwind or indulge in water sports.  

Calella de Palafrugell is a magnificent village surrounded by 8 wonderful beaches worth exploring, perfect place to enjoy and have a great time with family. Llafranc is a gem around the Mediterranean coast with some awe-inspiring landscape. There are plenty of spots for sunshine; the town is known to host a heritage tour and other summer sports.

All Inclusive Family Holidays in Costa Brava

 

It’s a great opportunity to explore the rugged coastline. Grab this opportunity and embark on this wonderful tour which will be filled with fun. There is in fact, a great opportunity to indulge in sightseeing and water sports. Take advantage of our All-Inclusive Family Holidays in Costa Brava, and have a wonderful Costa Brava Beach Holiday. Moreover, there are plenty of deals on our Super Escape website. Hence, go ahead and book your holidays online. We have a team of experts who can guide you for an all-inclusive holiday deal. You can anytime call us at:    

Interesting Facts about Costa Brava

Costa Brava means rugged coast, this Mediterranean coast boasts numerous landscapes. Test your golfing skills in Spain's largest golfing course at PGA Catalunya. Move further to explore vineyards where over millions of bottles of wine is produced in Alt and Baix regions. See Costa Brava closely, you will find numerous natural settings as backdrops in popular Hollywood movies. The island has the best nature reserve in the entire Mediterranean region. The Bay of Roses is one of the natural beauties which make one of the best in the world. This UNESCO endorsed site is a classic example of natural scenery. Irrespective of time, some around 100 festivals line up all throughout the year. The most popular among all is the Temps de Flores, where streets are filled with flowers completely.

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