Holiday in the Costa Brava & Find Five Fantastic Sandy Beaches
Tossa de Mar is the original Costa Brava holiday town and remains a popular choice for families of all ages. The resort offers an intriguing combination of medieval walled town to explore and classic seaside attractions with over 14km of sandy shores. Somewhat brasher and offering home-from-home appeal for many British holidaymakers is the neighbouring party town of Lloret De Mar with five sandy beaches to soak up the Mediterranean sunshine by day and enjoy exuberant nightlife as the sun goes down.
Cheap Holidays to the Costa Brava for Golf Amusement Attractions
With the backdrop of clear blue skies, the Pyrenees Mountains and an empty freeway, golfers flock to the Costa Brava on cheap package holidays from Jet2holidays.com every year. With a range of courses to select from across the northern coastline many golfers make the most of the glorious sun whilst perfecting their swing.
Yet golf isn’t the only attraction to keep you busy on holiday in the Costa Brava. A little further to the north, Playa D'Aro is another of the Costa Brava's thriving resorts, with a 2km stretch of Blue Flag beach, smaller coves on either side and a good choice of nightlife to keep everyone happy. For families, the 'Magic' amusement park and Aquadiver Waterpark are distinct added attractions.
For A Quieter Holiday Visit the South of the Costa Brava
To the south of the Costa Brava, a string of holiday resorts provide a variety of quieter holiday destinations, all within an hour from the fascinating city of Barcelona and an easy transfer when flying here with Jet2holidays.com.
Calella is a smart, modern spot with a great beach and plenty of parks for children to play in, whilst nearby Malgrat de Mar is a lively seaside resort with tempting designer shops. Santa Susanna offers both an attractive beachfront and charming old town. Famous personalities such as Salvador Dali and Pablo Picasso have been seduced by the attractive landscape and spent considerable periods of their life in this part of the world.
When staying in this corner of Spain, a trip into the Catalunyan capital of Barcelona is well worthwhile to see the soaring spires of the Segrada Familial cathedral, stroll through the buzzing Ramblas Boulevard and explore the maze of the gothic quarter. For a cheap package holiday with city sights, the Costa Brava could be just the place.