Must See Destinations on Spain’s Costa Brava

Cadaques harbor on Spain's Costa Brava. Photo via Wikimedia, by Gabriele Delhey.

Cadaques harbor on Spain’s Costa Brava. Photo via Wikimedia, by Gabriele Delhey.

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Spain is one of the most famous holiday destinations in Europe. Beautiful beaches, interesting cities and amazing landscapes are what this country offers to its tourists. The Costa Brava is a coastal area in the north east of Spain which is definitely one of the most spectacular regions. Excellent food and attractions are waiting to be discovered. To ensure that your vacation is going to be perfect, here are some tips so that you won’t miss a thing.


Cadaqués is a town on the Cap de Creus. Little white houses and the deep blue sea give you that Mediterranean feeling. A trip to the near National Park of Cap de Creus is a must-do as well as visiting the Salvador Dalí museum when you are in Cadequés- a nice place in the Costa Brava where you can find the holiday atmosphere.


Sitges is a place which offers a lot: beside the beautiful beach you can also find a palace, a museum and a church. For those who are looking to discover some Spanish culture you are in the right town. Because of its perfect location, only 36 km from Barcelona, you should not miss a shopping day trip to the Catalan capital.


Blanes is the famous “Portal de la Costa Brava” as it is the first town of the coastal area. The amazing beaches are surrounded by mountains which attract lots of tourists every year. Cultural attractions such as castles, hermitages and churches as well as the festivities during July and August are all reasons why this town should be on your list of places to visit in the Costa Brava.

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