COSTA BRAVA

WHY CHOOSE THE COSTA BRAVA

The Costa Brava, a 160 kilometre stretch of beautiful, rugged coastline in the region of Catalonia in the north east corner of Spain. Its natural beauty, endless miles of sandy beaches and summer sunshine. The Costa stretches from Blanes, north of Barcelona, to Roses near the French border. Besides the obvious attractions of its many wonderful beaches, the Costa Brava (meaning Wild Coast) is also an ideal base from which to explore the countless treasures of Catalonia.

The region capital of Barcelona must surely rank as one of the most fascinating cities on the planet with its mind blowing Gaudi architecture, Pablo Picasso museum, Olympic village and world-famous La Rambla boulevard. The Salvador Dali museum at Figueres is one of the regions most popular tourist spots along with the Benedictine Monastery at Montserrat, perched high amid some extraordinary rock formations in the mountains to the north west of Barcelona.

How To Get There By Air

GIRONA

CAMPING CYPSELA  55 km/1hr
CASTELL MONTGRÍ 55 km/1hr

CARCASSONNE

CAMPING CYPSELA 215 km/2hr 35
CASTELL MONTGRÍ 209 km/2hr 30

BARCELONA

CAMPING CYPSELA  145 km/1hr 40
CASTELL MONTGRÍ 170 km/1hr 40

PERPIGNAN

CAMPING CYPSELA 105 km/1hr 15 
CASTELL MONTGRÍ 105 km/1hr 15

EL PRAT REUS

CAMPING CYPSELA 229 km/2hr 45
CASTELL MONTGRÍ 240 km/2hr 45

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE COSTA BRAVA

  • Aquabrava Waterpark. A large water park with several pools, a good selection of waterslides and waterchutes. Wave machine in the large pool. Restaurant, burgerbar, shop and two bars.  Free car parking, sunbed rental available.
  • Dali THEATRE Museum. In Figueres.
  • Parc Naturel des Aiguamolls de l’Emporda. Nature Sanctuary.
  • Greek & Roman ruins OF EMPURIES. In E’Escala.

PLACES TO SEE… THINGS TO DO…

  • Pals
  • Estartit
  • Girona
  • Playa D’Aro
  • Barcelona
  • Figueres
  • Palamos
  • Cadaques

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