Essentials The Costa Brava, a Wild Coast
The Costa Brava, a Wild Coast
A coastline of unrivalled beauty

The Costa Brava has everything you could ever wish for. From beaches and coves with stunning sunsets to fishing villages alive with restaurants specialising in seasonal locally-sourced seafood.

S'Alguer. Author: Rafa Pérez-Kamaleon
  • Even though the Costa Brava became one of the first tourist destinations in Catalonia back in the seventies, today you can still discover unspoilt quiet spots along its coastline.

  • Have you ever heard of Cala Sa Sabolla? And how about Cala Aigua Xelida?

  • Have you ever tasted a suquet rockfish stew? Or authentic sea urchins and sea cucumbers, with their intense sea flavour?

  • If you follow the coastal path along the Costa Brava, you’ll come across villages that recall their old fishing days, like Cadaqués, Calella de Palafrugell and Tossa de Mar, where you can enjoy a superb meal by the sea.

  • Close your eyes and imagine tasting red prawns, a spiny lobster, langoustines or even a delicious seafood rice dish with one the most magnificent sunsets that you’ve ever seen as a backdrop.

There are plenty of reasons for spending a holiday here, don’t you think?