Apartments in the region/area of Costa Brava

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Roses 343 Apartments
Torroella de Montgrí 294 Apartments
L'Escala 228 Apartments
Empuriabrava 207 Apartments
Lloret de Mar 175 Apartments
Begur 131 Apartments
Blanes 87 Apartments
Pals 71 Apartments

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Platja Empuriabrava 123 Apartments
Platja del Salatar 91 Apartments
Platja de Riells 72 Apartments
Platja La Punta 71 Apartments
Platja del Rastell 54 Apartments
Platja de les Barques 50 Apartments
Playa de S'Abanell 48 Apartments
Cala Almadrava 44 Apartments
Platja de Llafranc 42 Apartments
Platja La Nova 41 Apartments
Cala Vista Alegre 36 Apartments

Apartments in Costa Brava – Affordable Holiday Rentals

Sprawling out along the Med and reaching up to the French border, the Costa Brava offers a hodgepodge selection of cute villages, gorgeous coastal views, and fascinating culture. This stretch of coastline is one of the most authentic in Spain, and you’ll find plenty of hidden coves and seaside towns that are yet to be discovered by the tourist crowds. Further inland, the scenery is vast and green, with lush farms, forests, and hills to contend with. It’s the history that tends to draw visitors into this area, with the medieval town of Girona proving a popular hit, and firm favourite Figueres basically offering an open-air Dali experience. In the summer months, the region bursts into life, with festivals, music shows, and endless hustle and bustle, but in the winter months, things quieten down to showcase the traditional ways of laidback Spanish life. Our selection of Costa Brava apartments provide the perfect way to explore the hidden nuances of this region.

Costa Brava Accommodation

Costa Brava accommodation has a little bit of everything. Along the coastline and in the seaside towns there are tons of luxury hotels with beach views, as well as self-catering studio blocks for the more independent traveller. Inland and around the major towns, there are plenty of budget hostels for those looking to save some money, traditional guesthouses that hark back to the region’s rich heritage, and B&Bs that offer an up-close-and-personal look at the culture of the Costa Brava. For a truly unique experience, you can stay in one of the many holiday rental apartments dotted around, where you can explore like a local and really get to know this special part of Spain.

Top towns in the Costa Brava

The Costa Brava is full of little gems tucked along its coast, from historic encounters and hidden restaurants to medieval towns and spectacular rolling countryside. If you want to explore it all, check into one of our apartments in Costa Brava for a unique, individual experience.

Apartments in Costa Brava – Costa Brava Accommodation

The Historic Landmarks of the Costa Brava

One of the best ways to get under the skin of the Costa Brava is to explore its collection of ancient sites and historic landmarks. Throughout the region there are numerous places that showcase the remains of past settlements and ancient civilisation.

Empuries is the most popular place to discover the history of the region, with a selection of ruins that are world-famous. You can also head to the seaside town of Roses, which lies to the north of the Costa Brava. Here, you can see the Cova d’en Daina in Romanya de la Selva, a fascinating megalithic settlement.

You can travel forwards in time from the centuries-old culture, and visit the handful of traditional fishing villages that dot the coast. The whitewashed towns are still imbued with remnants of their past lives as important ports and fishing hubs, and you can wander amongst the collection of yesteryear boats and preserved culture.

There’s plenty to see from the Middle Ages, too, including numerous castles in towns like Tossa de Mar, Pals, and Figueres. Many of them have been well-preserved into the present day, with working moats, stables, and even underground galleries. You can step inside most of them and really get to know the narrative of the Costa Brava’s past.

You can easily immerse yourself in the region’s history with our Costa Brava apartments, which are dotted all around the coastline and around some of the major historic sites.

Travelling Around the Costa Brava

You can easily fly into Girona airport or Barcelona if you want to explore the Costa Brava. From both of these airports there are regular buses that travel along the coast, stopping off at all the major seaside towns along the way.

Alternatively, there are a handful of train services in the Costa Brava that connect up the main towns and villages. The scenery here is beautiful, so riding the train is a spectacular experience.

Lastly, you can easily hire a car from either airport and make your own way around the Costa Brava. This way you’ll get to stop off in hidden places and explore at your own pace.

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