Costa Brava, or the ‘Wild Coast’, makes up over a hundred miles of Catalonia’s north east coast. The shoreline is bursting with character and is sprinkled with long expanses of beach.
Lloret de Mar is the Costa Brava’s most popular resort, offering something for everyone. It is extremely popular with young groups of revellers who can sample a new watering-hole every night of their holiday.
Families and children will also enjoy their time here – there is an aquatic zoo and waterpark nearby, as well as a number of neighbouring towns and villages to explore.
Many holidaymakers will choose to visit the captivating city of Barcelona on their Costa Brava holiday.
Food lovers should try out traditional local fare such as rabbit, boar and most importantly – freshly caught seafood. Picky eaters shouldn’t worry however, as there will be more than enough burger and pizza bars throughout the area.
Flight duration to Costa Brava: 3 hours
Time difference: +1 hour