What to see on the Costa Brava

The Costa Brava is a tourist destination of international fame thanks to the innumerable places of interest that it has, both at a natural and cultural level. A place where the mountains of the Pyrenees and the Mediterranean Sea converge, where a rich historical heritage coexists, the imprint of emblematic artists and dreamlike landscapes. Therefore, it is normal that you still do not know where to start and that you are wondering what to see on the Costa Brava during your stay. Don't worry, here we give you some tips and tricks.

Let's start with the emblematic city of Girona. You cannot miss its colorful facades along the Onyar river and its beautiful bridges, or the historic center of the city full of places of interest, such as the Arab baths or the Cathedral that shines at the top of a staircase Did you know that in her have passages of the famous series Game of Thrones been shot? Our secret: make a stop to refresh yourself at the Rocambolesc ice cream parlor, set up by one of the famous Celler de Can Roca brothers.

Girona Center - kavalenkava | Shutterstock

We are now heading towards the coast and we arrive at a very special area: the Bay of Rosas. Do not miss Empuriabrava, with its beaches with calm and shallow waters, and unique places such as the wind tunnel, where you can live the experience of flying (for all ages from 4 years). This is also the quintessential place to go skydiving in Catalonia: the views couldn't be more spectacular! Our advice: stay at Camping Mas Nou to make the most of your stay. Its location is ideal, and its facilities and quality services will allow you to enjoy yourself without having to give up an iota of comfort and tranquility. A 4 * campsite with pool and sports courts, perfect for your outdoor holidays.

Camping Mas Nou

We continue in the Bay of Roses and now we discover the incredible Aiguamolls de l'Empordà Natural Park. A natural reserve that has a great wealth in terms of fauna and flora, which you can discover along numerous itineraries that run through the marshes and that include observation booths. Without a doubt, the best way to get to know this park is by staying at Camping Nautic Almata . Did you know that from some accommodations in this campsite you have direct access to navigable channels and they have moorings for boats and jetskis? Well that's not all, this family camping on the Costa Brava is on the beachfront, which will allow you to directly access the sea and not have to worry about anything, all accompanied by unique accommodations, such as its Glamping offer.

Camping Nautic Almata

If we go down the coast a little further, we reach the incredible beaches of Begur. In them you will undoubtedly find those paradisiacal images that come to mind when you think of the Costa Brava of Catalonia.

Mediterranean beaches are ideal for a seaside holiday, but don't leave without visiting the town of Begur and its incredible medieval castle. You will find all this just 4 kilometers from Camping Mas Patoxas , your ideal accommodation if you want to enjoy this area of ​​the Costa Brava. The campsite has two swimming pools, one for adults with a slide and one for children, perfect for the summer months when the heat is sometimes very hot. At this time, an entertainment team encourages activities for all ages throughout the day, something that will undoubtedly make the little ones in the house happy.

Camping Mas Patoxas

There is much to see on the Costa Brava, as all the coastal towns have their own charm and keep their own secrets. It is an ideal region to explore while staying in campsites, thanks to the mild Mediterranean climate that allows you to enjoy pleasant evenings and make the most of water or outdoor activities. And all this accompanied by a delicious Mediterranean gastronomy, what more could you ask for?