Costa Brava is known for its picturesque historic towns, azure beaches and famous art museums. For those who want to exchange a day at the beach for a cultural activity, a visit to one of the museums that are located in the Costa Brava is a good alternative. Hence a list of the 10 best museums for your holiday in Costa Brava.
The name ‘Costa Brava’ might sound familiar. Obviously, it’s in Spain and it’s on the coast. So far, so good. But which part of the Spanish coast is it exactly? Well, it’s the coast along the north-east of Spain, on the Mediterranean Sea, directly south of France.
Of course you don’t want to worry about your furry friend during your vacation. That is why your pet is welcome and allowed at some of our villas. Provided that you leave the villa and surroundings in its value. Below we will highlight the “pet friendly” properties for you.
Of course there is no more fun activity for many children than swimming in the sea or in the pool. But there are lots of other fun things to do for the kids! In and around Begur, Pals, Tamariu and Llafranc is a wide variety of activities!
Thanks to its climate, excellent cycling routes and diversity of cycling terrain more and more people are discovering that cycling is a great way to explore Mallorca. In fact close to 55.000 cyclists per year. Ranging from professional cyclist there to train, to the leisure cyclist on holiday they are attracted to the island for a number of reasons.
The following blogs cover the beaches around Pals, Begur, Tamariu, Llafranc, Calella and Palamos. Those who have already visited the area of Begur, Pals and Palafrugell before, know the beautiful diversity of the beaches in the direct vicinity. They are absolutely unique for Spain, and the one is even more beautiful and pleasant than the other.