Costa Brava Sights
The capital of Catalonia, Barcelona is a city full of interesting sights, from the Church of the Holy Family, Barcelona FC football stadium, Olympic stadium, Parc Guell and the fabulous colourful fountains - these are just a few of the amazing sights. Stroll the palm-lined promenade of Las Ramblas with its street cafés, Hard Rock Café, and the many 'human' statues. For shoppers there are a huge selection of different street stores to browse around, and there are many tapas bars to sample.
Montserrat is a symbol of Catalonia, and is located in the incomparable setting of the natural park of the Masif of Montserrat. This impressive monastery contains the 'Moreneta' (Black Madonna), the patroness of Catlonia. The Benedictine community, formed by the monks have served the Morenta for almost one thouand years. A trip here is a cultural day not to be missed.
A typical Catalan country house invites you to a taste a Spain - a 'real' Spanish night out. Whilst enjoying a meal with flowing wine, you wil get the chance to watch a superb flamenco show. Later you can also dance the night away to the live band.
Costa Brava is also known as the wild and rugged coast for its lush, green setting and clear waters, and is considered to be one of the most beautiful coastlines in Europe. This northern coast is made up of quaint towns and coves. If you feel like exploring - why not hire a car and take a trip to the stunning Cadaques, located approximately 60 kilometres north of Gerona, the views are amazing.
Costa Brava holiday resorts
|Lloret de Mar Holidays||2 Hotels, Villas + Apartments|
|Pineda de Mar Holidays||1 Hotels, Villas + Apartments|
|Calella Holidays||1 Hotels, Villas + Apartments|