Costa Brava is the first region of Spain that visitors who prefer to
drive arrive in on their journey south from France on the Mediterranean
side. Meaning the wild of rugged coast, it is easy to see why it's
so named when you survey the cliffs and rocky coves that stretch the
full length of the region, as the Pyrenees meet the sea, with
wonderful sandy beaches and clear blue seas.
was one of the first locations in Spain to be developed for tourism
and package holidays in particular, yet it still retains its charm
and has become a firm favourite to many people.
Costa Brava climate is exceptional with warm spring and autumn
weather, long dry summers, but sometimes very cold winters, being the
far north of Catalonian Spain.
is the main industry with a huge selection of hotels, apartments and
camp sites dotted all along the coast, in all price ranges from basic
to luxury accommodation.
other property websites that you might be interested in;
further south on the Costa Blanca driving from north to south we have
the old favourite, Benidorm
Property, and other local villages including Alicante
Property the capital city nearby where you can fly too, then
further along the coast we have Torrevieja
Property, a newcomer relatively speaking, to the holiday trade.
Brava info to assist in your visit or purchase of