Wednesday, 16 February 2011


There are plenty of things to do on your holidays to Costa Brava - sun, sea, sand and don’t forget the tasty tapas! You will be surrounded by beautiful sandy beaches where you can enjoy your favourite water sport activities, have the chance to explore incredible Roman ruins and get in touch with nature in the beautiful large forest and mountain areas – you really will be spoilt for choice in Costa Brava.

Camping in Costa Brava: There’s no better place to enjoy a camping holiday than in Costa Brava. Incredible terrains, diverse plant and wildlife and a fantastic variety of outdoor activities are just a few of the things you can expect when camping in Costa Brava. Camping is one of the greatest ways to escape the crowds and get in touch with nature; you can guarantee to leave your holiday with incredible memories of your trip! If you don’t fancy putting up your own tent, there are camping facilities in the area, so you can make the most of your time.

Golfing in Costa Brava with the beautiful natural scenery and the incredible year round climate, golf is one of the best activities to enjoy. The Golf Costa Brava is the main golf course of Costa Brava and is surrounded by farm houses where you can enjoy of a great meal. Golf d’Aro Mas Nou’s, at the top of the mountains, gives you a great view of the whole of Costa Brava. What’s more, The Cataluña Golf Course is considered one of the top ten best golf courses of Europe, for those of you who are looking for a challenge!

Theme Parks Visit Aquabrava, with the biggest wave pool in Europe it is considered one of the best water parks in the Mediterranean. Whether you are young or just young at heart, you can guarantee the whole family will have a fantastic day on the great variety of slides, waterfalls and pools.

Visit Figueres the birthplace of Salvador Dali, home to a museum about his life and work. Nearby you will also find many historical monuments and the Church of San Pedro - go inside the church and be amazed with all the art which covers the ceiling and walls.

Visit Pals. This region, whose architecture resembles that of medieval times, makes a great day out for the whole family. Learn about the culture and history of the town, pick up some hand crafted souvenirs and wind down the day with a delicious meal in one of the local restaurants.
Your holidays to Costa Brava will be truly unforgettable – beautiful beaches, stunning scenery and plenty of things to do, what more could you want from a holiday?

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