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Looking for a Cheap holiday to Costa Brava ? We got great deals on Girona holidays at Plenty Holidays. The Costa Brava in Catalonia’s Girona Province  is the coastal area which runs all the way from city of Barcelona to the French border and  one of Spain's most important cultural and gastronomic regions It attracts thousands of tourists every year  for all kinds of reasons like  for families or young people out for fun in the sun.  It has everything to offer like great weather, unspoilt nature,  vibrant fiestas and traditions, historical sites and villages, ancient castles and picturesque towns, wild nightlife and the most  lovely sandy beaches and coves. Costa Brava holidays, Lloret de Mar is one of the best places to party in Spain with private parties, festivals, nightclubs and variety of bars to chose and its also  a great family destination with plenty of activities to enjoy with children, such as rope parks, water activities and the miniclub - a kids club located right on the beach that operates throughout the summer, offering a great range of supervised activities.

Girona is like the capital and the gateway of the  region and holidays to Costa Brava are filled  with interesting historic sights, from a large cathedral and monasteries to a city wall, ancient Arabic Baths and a maze-like Jewish Quarter.The area has an interesting collection of museums where you can discover all manner of weird and wonderful things like the Cinema Museum or the famous Cork Museum. Costa Brava holiday is one of  the most preferred cheap holiday and summer sun holiday destinations in Spain.

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COSTA BRAVA INFORMATION

Currency

Euro

Language

Spanish

Time Zone

GMT+01.00

Avg. Flight Time

2 Hours

Peak Travel

May-October

Price of a pint

£2.20

MORE ABOUT COSTA BRAVA

Beaches
Beaches

If you like beaches and nature, the Costa Brava will offer you a fantastic combination of both. Its pleasant Mediterranean climate makes it a popular holiday destination too but you can always find hidden beach coves with much fewer visitors. 
If you’re visiting the Costa Brava, you’ll almost certainly be looking for a beach or two, but what many don’t realise is that these are not just any old beaches. Even though the 'wild coast' technically begins with one or two more populist, built-up resorts closer to Barcelona, north of the bay of Palamos, you’ll find some of the most blissfully unspoilt, Blue Flag beaches in Europe.

Wine tours
Wine tours

Wine has been produced in the northeastern corner of Catalonia since Roman times.
Everything is just right for it here, from the mineral-rich soils to the warm climate that is flushed in winter by a brisk northerly wind.
Several villages in the region also produce that famous Catalan speciality, Cava.
The local DO is Empordà, and if you’re an oenophile there’s a huge array of things you could get up to along the designated wine route at cellars, co-operatives, vineyards and wineries.
At Castillo de Perelada and Celler Can Sais you can even indulge in wine therapies, where grapes and wine are incorporated into spa treatments!

Water Sports and Active tourism
Water Sports and Active tourism

The Costa Brava’s 200 kilometre-long coast has more than 30 PADI-approved dive centres and 17 marinas.Windsurfers and kite-surfers can catch those strong northerly breezes a few hundred metres offshore in the Gulf of Roses or at Pals Beach.

Dryer but no less intrepid are the network of cycling and hiking routes that trail off into the foothills of the Pyrenees or along Greenways, historic railway trackbeds coursing through Mediterranean farmland.

Take a drive to La Garrotxa
Take a drive to La Garrotxa

An easy drive into the northeastern Catalan countryside via Olot will take you to the Garrotxa Volcanic Zone.It’s a large volcanic field that last saw an eruption 11,000 years ago, but is still occasionally the source of an earthquake.

The reason you have to come is for the scenery, with 40 telltale volcanic cones ensconced in oak, beech and  pine woodland.The whole park is laced with inter-connecting trails that will guide you over basalt lava flows and up extinct volcanoes in scenery that is unlike anything else in Iberia.