Calella, Tamarui, Aiguafreda, Aiguablava, Sa Punta, Llafranc, Fornells, Sa Tuna and other tiny hidden coves… you’ve found the area of the Costa Brava which contains the most beautiful beaches. The pine woods and the mountain taper to the Mediterranean as though they’d been lifted straight from a painting, and the jutting cliffs mix with small oases of sand, blue water and limitless beauty.
This is a beautiful zone of fishing villages, in which the traditional low buildings, and clusters of restaurants, terraces and bars have been conserved. In these establishments, you can enjoy the best of Mediterranean gastronomy.
Take the time to enjoy the impressive views to the north and south from the Sant Sebastiá lighthouse. In its outdoor terrace, you can also relax with a refreshing beer or the succulent fish dishes of the area.
An impressive selection of the best characteristics of the Costa Brava, concentrated into barely 15 km and surrounded by mediaeval villages, golf courses and everything else you can imagine. This area is sure to make you enjoy a phenomenal holiday in the Costa Brava.