Costa Brava Travel Guide

Handy Costa Brava travel guide, describing some of the best known resorts.

Guide to Travel on the Costa Brava

Costa Brava Travel Guide to Begur - Located between the towns of L'Estartit and Calella on the Costa Brava coastline of Catalonia in north-eastern Spain, the town of Begur has a resident population of around 4,000 and a municipal area of 20.7km2. Situated in the district of Baix Emporda within the province of Girona, the town also includes the areas of Esclanyà (with Roman remains), Sa Tuna, Aiguafreda, travel guide: Begur.

Costa Brava Travel Guide to Blanes - Located just south of the famous resort of Lloret de Mar is another popular Costa Brava coastal town called Blanes. With a resident population of 38,368 (2007), Blanes is a sizeable town and is also a popular holiday destination, its population swelling considerably during the travel guide: Blanes.

Costa Brava Travel Guide to Cadaques - Cadaques is a small town on the northern Costa Brava, Spain, it has a resident population of around 2,600 and is located in a bay near to the Cap de Creus peninsular. The famous Spanish artist Salvador Dali spent many happy times during his childhood travel guide: Cadaques.

Costa Brava Travel Guide to Calella - Historically there was no sign of settlements in Calella during Iberian times, though there is evidence of Roman settlements in the area, it would certainly have been known of by the Moors during the Arab conquest but the birth of Calella was in the early 14th century when the travel guide: Calella.

Costa Brava Travel Guide to Canet de Mar - Canet de Mar was founded in the 11th century and was originally called Valle de Canet y Romaguera, the name Canet was taken from the Latin canna (cane). Canet de Mar later became known for its Modernist architecture, and there are a number travel guide: Canet de Mar.

Costa Brava Travel Guide to Catalonia - The Spanish region of Catalonia is situated in north-eastern Spain and includes a long stretch of the Pyrenees mountains. Catalonia is an autonomous community of Spain and has an area of around 32,000km2 and a resident population of approximately 7,350,000 (2008 figures), its main languages are Catalan and Spanish and it borders France and Andorra to the north, Valencia to the south and Aragon to the west, the capital city of the region is Barcelona and it comprises 4 provinces - travel guide: Catalonia.

Costa Brava Travel Guide to Empuriabrava - Empuriabrava is administered by, and serves as, the coastal resort for the town of Castello d’Empuries, with the entire resort having the look of a huge marina, with privately owned villas, served by a series of canals, having moorings for many of the owners at the end of their gardens. There are over 20 miles of navigable waterways in all covering a large area, this is also a travel guide: Empuriabrava.

Costa Brava Travel Guide to Estartit - Situated in the foothills of the Montgri Massif, Estartit is part of the Baix Empordà district of the province of Girona, Catalonia, it became a popular tourist destination during the 1960's and has grown considerably since then into a well loved seaside travel guide: Estartit.

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Costa Brava Hotels: Casamar Llafranc - Eloy Tossa de Mar - Golden Bahia Tossa de Mar - Lloret de Mar Oasis

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More Costa Brava Places: Besalu - Figueres - L'Escala - Llafranc - Lloret de Mar - Malgrat de Mar - Olot - Palafrugell - Palamos - Pineda de Mar - Playa de Aro - Roses - Sant Antoni de Calonge - Santa Cristina D'Aro - Sant Feliu de Guixols - Tossa de Mar

Costa Brava Cities: Barcelona - Girona

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