The Costa Brava is famous for its stunning coves and beaches with crystal clear waters. Some of the most popular include Cala Sa Tuna, Cala Aiguablava, Playa de Aro and L'Estartit-Pals.

L'Estartit Pals

Visiting coastal towns:

There are charming seaside towns along the Costa Brava that are worth exploring, such as CadaquƩs, Tossa de Mar, and Begur. These towns have narrow streets, picturesque architecture, and a rich history.

Hiking in the Natural Park of Cap de Creus:

This natural park offers impressive landscapes of cliffs, hidden coves and hiking trails that allow you to explore the natural beauty of the region.

Practicing water sports:

The Costa Brava offers excellent opportunities for water sports such as snorkeling, diving, kayaking and windsurfing. You can rent equipment and take lessons at various locations along the coast.

Enjoy the local gastronomy:

Don't miss the opportunity to taste the delicious gastronomy of the Costa Brava, which is based on fresh products from the sea and the land. Try dishes such as paella, grilled fish and traditional tapas.

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