Getaway to the prettiest places at Costa Brava

Everyone knows or even once in his life heard about how gorgeous is Costa Brava and where is situated. Is the most famous part of Catalonia that runs from Blanes up to Portbou. And even the massive tourism has affected to this area there are many places that have an access by water and rarely on foot. This is what makes Costa Brava and its small villages so attractive.

The area of Baix Empordà is the most picturesque; you’ll understand it when you see those fishing villages, steep coves, small cliffs and rough seas, during almost all the year. And the best period to visit Costa Brava is may-june and September-october when it’s not so hot and you can enjoy all that beauty.

Costa Brava coves

On the one hand to have fun it’s probably better to stay in july or august, on the other hand you should keep in mind that Costa Brava is quite expensive area, moreover in summer time.

The most marvelous villages at Costa Brava are Calella de Palafrugell, then the closest to it Tamariu and Llafranch, where predominantly color is white and tiny alleys. A must visit of the area is the lighthouse of Sant Sebastia (far de Sant Sebastià), don’t miss that panoramic view and if you are an early bird, take an advantage of it to see one of the most beautiful sunrises.

It worth keeping the “Cami de Ronda” or GR-92 to visit the most beautiful bays of the Costa Brava. From Calella de Palafrugell to Platja del Castell, about 2h and a half or, in the opposite direction, to the Far de Sant Sebastia in 1h and 2h to Tamariu.

Always try to follow the ways with less people around it and they will carry you to the ideal coves.

To stay more comfortable during your trip by Costa Brava, rent a car, unfortunately there is no trains that can get you closer to these places. And remember, in Hotel Duquesa de Cardona we always have some interesting offers for you, just check on our website. See you soon dear guest!

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