What to see and what to do on the Costa Brava?
The privileged location of the Aiguablava Luxury Apartments will allow you to stay in the heart of the Costa Brava and discover its different enclaves with total comfort. From Sa Palomera, Blanes, to Portobou, the Costa Brava stretches out as one of the most beautiful Mediterranean coasts. Beautiful cliffs, pine forests, rocks and crystalline waters make up one of the most exclusive destinations for travelers.
On the Costa Brava, visitors can find the most beautiful beaches and coves in Catalonia, medieval towns, fishing villages and endless activities to do outdoors. As for gastronomy, the territory is home to different DO products, a great wine tourism culture and excellent restaurants with Mediterranean cuisine.
Visit coves and beaches
Crystal clear turquoise waters, golden sand, rocks and pine trees are the key ingredients to house some of the most beautiful coves and beaches in all of Catalonia. But are they all the same? No. Even their similarities, their variations make them unique places. Some are almost virgin, very hidden, with springboards or between impressive cliffs. But it is in Begur where the beaches and coves preferred by visitors to the Costa Brava take shape, the most famous to this day being Aiguablava beach.
Sports activities on the Costa Brava
The climate and relief of the area allow for all kinds of water and sports activities. On the Costa Brava we find several golf courses and paddle tennis courts with privileged views and all kinds of amenities. For those who want to feel the adrenaline, in the Empúries area there is one of the best schools for parachute flights and plane flights, there are also other schools that offer balloon flights. Scuba diving, windsurfing, kitesurfing and kayaking are reserved for those who want to enjoy the sea to the fullest. Other activities to do outdoors are excursions on horseback, sailing or routes in motor vehicles such as segways, quads and jet skis. There are also an infinity of trails along which you can go hiking or enjoy cycling. Climbing lovers also have their place, there are different Via Ferradas and climbing walls. Another way to get to know the Costa Brava? Rent a boat and navigate its crystalline waters.
Cultural visits on the Costa Brava
The Costa Brava breathes culture throughout its territory. To visit the most beautiful medieval towns you have to go to Pals, Peratallada and Monells. The most iconic fishing villages are concentrated in Calella de Palafrugell, Llafranc and some coves in Begur. For lovers of ruins and history, the Iberian settlement of Ullastret, the Greco-Roman ruins of Empúries and the old town of Girona are quite an adventure. Passionate about castles and views? You must visit the castle of Torroella de Montgrí and that of Begur. And for those who are interested in the life and work of Salvador Dalí, we recommend doing the Dalí Triangle route, a fictitious route that connects the towns of Figueras, Púbol and Portlligat.
Wine tourism activities on the Costa Brava
One of the activities most acclaimed by wine and gastronomy lovers is the D.O Empordà Wine Route. A route that allows you to discover wine through various wine tourism experiences. Experiences such as visits to wineries, routes between vineyards and all kinds of wine tastings. The area offers some of the most prized varieties of grapes, giving visitors a wide variety of wines that pair perfectly with the delicious dishes of Mediterranean cuisine.