Discover the area 2018-03-20T17:26:38+00:00

The best places on the Costa Brava

Platja d’Aro

Modern, cosmopolitan and dynamic

  • The range of shops, accommodation, leisure and cuisine on offer is outstanding. The sea front boasts a beach of over two kilometres and a selection of small and delightful coves to explore.

  • Nature lovers will enjoy an extensive beach interspersed with little crevices where water and trees blend together to offer select swimming spots and beaches that are striking natural beauty spots.

  • The area consists of great open spaces that offer visitors a great variety of sport and leisure options, such as hiking and mountain biking. There are lots of walks to choose from, some of which follow old train lines, offering visitors the chance to discover long-forgotten destinations steeped in history and culture at a walking or cycling pace.


This town strikes a balance between architecture and nature

A unique and must-visit oasis, adapted for the future and respectful of the landscape. Silence stretches out over a hilltop interspersed with narrow and rocky coves and the coastal path winds gently down the hill to become a promenade. Among pine trees, flowers and cliff tops, it is the ideal location to contemplate the blue shades of the Mediterranean Sea.

Castell d’Aro

History, tradition and medieval charm

Benedormiens Castle, Santa Maria Church and the cobbled streets take visitors back to bygone times. The tastefully restored historic site, declared Cultural Heritage of National Interest, also houses a unique and entertaining doll museum.


Culture and relaxation

In the heart of l’Empordà, the town of Begur and its beaches are one of the most splendid spots on the Costa Brava. The municipal area consists of a group of hills, called the Massís de Begur, which comes to an end in the Mediterranean coastline. The historic centre of Begur, consisting of multiple monumentsthe legacy of the town’s golden age the small Romanesque centre of Esclanyà, and the eight coves and small beaches that belong to Begur create an outstanding setting.

Torroella de Fluvià

History and farming tradition

In the middle of the Alt Empordà plain sits this small and delightful town with its warm and welcoming inhabitants and picturesque nooks and crannies to explore. The area also includes Vilacolum, Sant Tomàs de Fluvià and Torroella de Fluvià to create a picturesque setting. Close by is Sant Pere Pescador beach, almost completely unspoilt and without any buildings, a renowned location for surf and kite surf enthusiasts. The Aiguamolls de l’Empordà natural park and the Dali Museum in Figueres are the main tourist attractions nearby.