Beaches, vies braves, the best restaurant in the world, culture, music festivals
The Costa Brava is the sum of amazing sensations from Blanes to Portbou. Nature plays a starring role in the form of three natural parks (Cap de Creus, Aiguamolls de l'Empordà and Montgrí, the Medes Islands and the Baix Ter area): three areas of great biological importance. The coastline will also take your breath away with the beauty of its superb beaches and heavenly coves nestled among cliffs, not to mention typical Mediterranean towns such as Cadaqués or Calella de Palafrugell, and unique beauty spots such as the bay of Roses, Banyoles lake, and the botanical gardens of Santa Clotilde, Pinya de Rosa, Marimurtra and Cap Roig.
The Costa Brava also boasts an array of cultural assets: sites that display the wonderful legacy of Salvador Dalí in Empordà; the monastery of Sant Pere de Rodes or the castle of Peratallada; mediaeval towns such as Tossa de Mar, Púbol or Pals; the ruins of Empúries, a major archaeological site providing a fascinating insight into how the ancient Greeks and Romans lived; the traditional ceramics of La Bisbal; and Girona's old quarter, featuring a superb historical gem, the call (Jewish quarter).
It's the largest lake in Catalonia, with an unique landscape for enjoy
Cap de Creus
Between land and sea, Cap de Creus is an area of great beauty, endowed with a unique geological configuration, structures and outcrops that form a single set in the world.
Historic city of Girona
It invites visitors to trace its more than 2000 years of history through two fortified enclosures, the Força Vella and the Medieval Quarter.
House Museum Gala Dalí
It's part of Triangle Dalí: Theatre Museum Dalí, House-Museum in Portlligat and Púbol Castle
Marimurtra Botanical Garden
Declared National Interest by the Generalitat of Catalonia