Costa Brava

Costa Brava, also known as the wild coast, is located in the north-eastern part of Spain, in Catalonia. On this approximately 153 km of coast, there are rocky cliffs, as well as pebble and sandy beaches. The most visited beach resort towns here include Lloret de Mar, Malgrat de Mar and Santa Susana.

A Costa Brava holiday cannot be complete without visiting the Catalan capital. Barcelona is the second largest city in Spain, and it is a very exciting place to go.

This charming town with a rich history is easily accessible from almost anywhere on Costa Brava. It is definitely worth a trip, as the winding, medieval streets and colorful houses lined up along the Onyar River are guaranteed to enchant you.

Malgrat de Mar
The main attraction of the resort town in the southern part of Costa Brava is its very long sandy and pebble beach. It can also be ideal for those who prefer a calm holiday.

In Costa Brava, the summers are short, warm, humid, dry, and mostly clear and the winters are long, cold, windy, and partly cloudy. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 4 Celsius degrees to 28 Celsius degrees.

The wind mentioned most around here is La Tramuntana, but there are also others each with its own characteristics.
Gregal is a cold and dry northeasterly wind.
LLevant tends to rise anywhere from the central Mediterranean to the Balearics and blow eastwards towards the Spanish coast, often bringing strong swells and moisture with it.
The southeasterly Xaloc and Sirocco are one and the same.
Migjorn is a warm and humid wind.
Ponent can cause extremely high temperatures during summer and it never brings rain as it is a dry wind.

The language spoken is Spanish.

Citizens from countries outside the European Union are required to present a passport valid for at least three months beyond the intended stay in Italy.

The currency is the EURO (EUR).
MasterCard and American Express are widely accepted but you may be charged a service fee if you pay by card.

Getting online is easy with plenty of Wi-Fi spots across independent cafes and restaurants.