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Costa Brava Blog posts
From the UK's most popular travel bloggers
7 Reasons to Visit Costa Brava
12th May 2023 by Budget Traveller
It is clear that other realms exist; this is without doubt. As I have previously stated on numerous occasions, these other realms are within our own, they are not in a different place. They are hidden, and we can only access them through our imagination....
11 of the best places to visit in Costa Brava
28th November 2022 by Emily Luxton
From culture-filled cities to beautiful beach towns, these are some of the best places to visit in Costa Brava. Tucked away on the northeastern coast of Spain, the Costa Brava stretches from Blanes (about 70km east of Barcelona) to the French border. The name Costa Brava translates to ‘rough coast’ or ‘wild coast’. It’s a fitting description: this 75km section of Spain’s coastline is particularly rugged and rocky. It’s the perfect setting for an adventurous trip, perhaps camping...
The best things to do in Girona, Spain’s pastel pretty northern city
14th May 2021 by Inside the Travel Lab
I love the medieval city of Girona, although a city this size scarcely seems large enough to be a city at all. I love the way its cathedral rises out of the earth to greet you as the plane swoops in to land. I love the pomegranate and peach houses that line up all higgledy-piggledy, as though eager to please my lens. And I love, most of all, the legacy you can find here thanks to the work of two men. We'll get to that in a minute. Along with an overall look at the best things to do in Girona,...
The Scoop: Costa Brava
28th June 2023 by Andy
Catalonia’s favourite playground, the Costa Brava, is justifiably at the top of the list for UK holiday-makers. The region combines quaint fishing villages, spectacular landscapes, unspoiled coves, sunny beaches and trendy clubs to create an ideal getaway destination.If you can tear yourself away from the ocean for a touch of culture and history, the countryside offers stone villages, monasteries, medieval towns and the famous Dali Theatre Museum. The only problem with the Costa Brava is,...
Weather in Costa Brava
Our month-by-month guide to the weather and climate in Costa Brava