The Costa Brava is an area of North-East Spain, famed for its beauty, rugged coves, and still, turquoise waters. The name literally translates to 'Wild Coast' and it stretches 60 kilometers through Spain, towards the French border.
The Costa Brava is renowned for picturesque medieval towns and villages that form together to give the area a rustic and homely feel without sacrificing any of the charms that make it one of the world’s most desirable holiday destinations. The area is also famed for its art collection, traditional culture, and museums that make it so more than just a beach resort.
Between the sparkling Mediterranean and foothills of the Pyrenees, the Costa Brava is the showcase for the natural highlights of Catalonia and Spain. Home to acclaimed artists such as Picasso and Dali, as well as some of the world’s finest restaurants, the Costa Brava is the ideal destination for anyone looking to make this beautiful coastal area home.