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Costa Brava is a beautiful holiday region with a coastline of a hundred miles (160 km) in Spain's north eastern corner. It stretches from Port Bou on Spain and France's border all the way to the resort of Tossa de Mar which is situated slightly north of Barcelona. When on holidays in Spain, visit Costa Brava. Many classy resorts can be found up this coast, most of which cater especially well to those utilising package holidays. Costa Brava holidays have something for everyone – long stretches of sandy beaches with some dramatic rugged coast in some places, blue waters of the Mediterranean sea and great choice of accommodation suited to both budget conscious or the discerning traveller.
The azure blue waters have incredibly high visibility making offshore wreck diving on your holidays in Costa Brava fantastic. Steady sunshine floods the beaches which can be either white sand or shingles. Many areas of natural beauty have been preserved and the fishing industry has helped to make this a culinary wonderland. When on your Costa Brava holidays, seafood is the main aspect of most dishes, varieties from sardines to lobster are served on a nightly basis but the area is also rich in game foods such as boar, duck and rabbit. Most restaurants also serve Spanish wines produced locally.
Along the stunning coastline are hidden delights for tourists to enjoy on their cheap holidays in Costa Brava. Many visitors enjoy getting boats along the coast, often hoping to stumble into a deserted cove. Holidays in Costa Brava give tourists opportunities to experience the coastal atmosphere and incredible herbs and flowers. Multinational hotels and marinas often reside close to each other and near preserved fishing villages where the area's culture and history can be absorbed through locations such as the old town’s cobbled streets, ancient castles, history museums and great art galleriess on your Costa Brava holidays.