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The Best Holidays in Costa Brava

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Costa Brava holidays are an excellent choice if you are looking for an unforgettable holiday spent in one of Spain's most iconic and beloved regions. This unique stretch of coastline runs from the border with France to just north of Barcelona. During your getaway, you will have the opportunity to experience charming medieval towns and villages, majestic coves, rugged landscapes and breathtaking beaches. The region is also renowned for its vibrant culture, fun-filled nightlife and excellent gastronomy scene.

The top 5 things to see/do in the Costa Brava

1. Explore the streets of Girona

The Costa Brava capital city of Girona has a history that extends back some 2,000 years. It is known for its winding streets that are lined with colourful houses and unique shops. There are also well-preserved Jewish and medieval quarters that date as far back as the 11th-century CE.

2. Empúries

Empúries is a fascinating archaeological site located on the Costa Brava seaside. It is one of the region's top tourist attractions. It features the remnants of a town that was initially founded by the ancient Greeks in the 6th century BCE before being taken over by the Romans beginning in the 3rd century.

3. Cap de Creus Natural Park

Cap de Creus Natural Park

Located to the north of the Costa Brava region is the stunning landscape of Cap de Creus Natural Park. It is noted for its forests, small bays, cliffsides and rocky coves and is an idyllic spot if you are looking for a good walk, hike or swim.

4. Experience the Costa Brava's best seafood in Cadaqués

The charming town of Cadaqués is located on the Cap de Creus peninsula and is known for its narrow alleys and unique galleries. It is also home to many excellent seafood restaurants that serve up the day's fresh catch. You are sure to make some incredible memories during your Costa Brava getaway while trying local seafood favourites and taking in the sights and sounds of the beach and the sea.

5. The Cap Roig Botanical Gardens

The Cap Roig Botanical Gardens are located in the coastal community of Palafrugell. They are considered among the best to be found anywhere in the Mediterranean and feature a series of terraces that are home to a variety of unique plants from around the world.

Our best hotels in the Costa Brava

1. Hostal de La Gavina 5*

Hostal de La Gavina

The Hostal de La Gavina 5* is an exquisite hotel that is located in the heart of Spain's Costa Brava region. It is situated on a small peninsula between a pair of bays. During your stay, you can relax by the pool, soak up the sun on the beach and enjoy amazing dining options at the property's selection of fine restaurants.

2. L'Azure Hotel 4*

L'Azure Hotel

The L'Azure Hotel 4* is the perfect option for peaceful, romantic Costa Brava holidays. The property features a rooftop infinity pool, a tranquil spa and an adults-only chill-out area. During your stay, you will be comfortably accommodated in a Standard Pool View Room.

3. AQUA Hotel Onabrava & Spa 4*

AQUA Hotel Onabrava & Spa

Booking the AQUA Hotel Onabrava & Spa 4* is the perfect solution if you are looking for the best options for fun-filled Costa Brava holidays. The property's luxurious facilities include a restaurant serving up mouth-watering meals and spa facilities that include an indoor seawater pool, a Jacuzzi and a steam bath.

4. TossaMar 4*


The TossaMar 4* is a popular choice among travellers who want to spend plenty of time enjoying the best nightlife and shopping on the Costa Brava. The property is located close to the beach and features a refreshing outdoor swimming pool. You can take in stunning sea views from your room's balcony. This luxurious property is located just a few minutes from Girona by car.

5. Hotel Roger De Flor By Seleqtta 4*

Hotel Roger De Flor By Seleqtta

The Hotel Roger De Flor By Seleqtta 4* is located on a magical bay and offers stunning, panoramic views of the region. This 19th-century mansion features an on-site bar that serves hand-crafted cocktails. It also enjoys a prime location just 200 metres away from a sun-soaked beach.

When is the best time to go on holiday in the Costa Brava?

With its pleasant Mediterranean climate, the Costa Brava is a fabulous year-round travel destination. Sunseekers desiring the region's warmest temperatures should visit in June, July or August, but spring and autumn bookings are also popular. They are ideal for those who want to visit when the crowds are fewer.

Going on holiday in the Costa Brava

The primary airport for Costa Brava holiday arrivals is Girona Airport. Direct and one-stop flights are easy to book out of the major travel hubs of the United Kingdom, with an average in-air time of around 2 hours for non-stop travel. Upon landing, your best ground transport options include car hire, taxi services, bus routes, private transfers and tours.

Enjoy your holiday in the Costa Brava

We recommend scheduling Costa Brava holidays of at least five days. This gives you a good amount of time to really enjoy what this amazing region has to offer.

The Voyage Privé travel expert’s opinion on the Costa Brava

As one of the most scenic stretches of the Spanish coastline, the Costa Brava is a popular destination and one that our travel experts are happy to recommend. From its rugged coves and idyllic vineyards to its medieval towns and sun-soaked beaches, there is never a shortage of things to see and do when you pay the area a visit. With this in mind, our team at Voyage Privé is ready to help you decide on your perfect stay today when you browse our impressive list of luxury hotels and resorts.


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