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Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes around Costa Brava

1. You can zoom in/out using your mouse wheel, as well as move the map of Costa Brava with your mouse.
2. This interactive map presents two modes: 'Biking Routes' and 'Hiking Routes'. Use the '+' button on the map to switch between them.

Railway and landscape maps of Costa Brava area

This Costa Brava map has two modes: 'Railway Network' and 'Landscape & Rural Map'. Use the '+' button on the map to navigate.
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City tours, excursions and tickets in Costa Brava and surroundings

Spain - moving around the country

There are about 40 airports in Spain. The largest air harbor is the airport in Catalonia called “Barcelona”. This airport has a traffic of about 50 million people a year. It operates in areas within the country. There are also a number of international flights. “Barcelona” also accepts cargo shipments. Free buses run between the terminals. A special underground electric train also operates to transport passengers. The airport has a variety of restaurants and cafes, lounges, offices of international and state banks, shops and souvenir shops within its territory. You can get to the capital by using a shuttle bus, taxi or the subway. … Open

Overview of festivals and celebrations in Spain

Unlike other holidays, Christmas in Spain is celebrated at home, in a narrow family circle. Spaniards always cook a festive duck, seafood, and sweets. After the family feast, they leave the house and gather at the Christmas tree, where they have fun all night long. At this time, Papa Noel comes to the house and leaves gifts under the tree or in special shoes. In the Basque country, children are congratulated by another character, Olentzero, who is dressed in simple homespun clothes and carries a flask with red wine. It is customary to meet New Year on the main square of the city. You need to eat 12 grapes and make 12 wishes while the clock is striking twelve. After the New Year celebration, families go home and sit down at the festive table. … Open

Photogallery of Costa Brava sights

Our guide to Costa Brava

Shopping, streets and outlets

Fans of budget shopping will be interested in visiting the town of Tossa de Mar. According to experienced tourists, souvenirs and clothes here can be bought at much more attractive prices than in other cities of the region. This resort also has a market where one can buy different types of ham, homemade cheeses, as well as exotic seafood. The central streets of the town are striking with an abundance of craft and … Open

Advices for travellers

2. Vacationers shouldn’t go alone to explore remote areas of towns; it’s much better to do that with a guide and tourist companies. On the main streets, on the contrary, you can stroll even late at night. They are always crowded, many entertainment and shopping complexes close very late at night. 3. In public places it is necessary to watch your stuff closely. Don’t leave bags … Open

Active recreation

The city is famous for its nice bars and clubs. These include Disco Colossos, one of the most popular clubs for those wishing to dance all night long, Sanddance, a bar for those who want to spend time at a party with a pool, as well as RobRoyTavern, a nice pub with a cozy atmosphere. Here you can also find a truly unique place - beautifully designed and delightful with its spacious setting BlablaBar that often … Open

Festivals and events in Costa Brava

Castell de Peralada is another great festival that many fans of atmospheric events are eager to attend. And all this is due to the fact that it is held in the eponymous Castell de Peralada, one of the oldest castles in all of Spain (the first mention of it can be found in the 9th century). Among the musical genres presented here, one can hear soul, techno, funk, rock. However, some mind-blowing combinations of … Open

Costa Brava for children - what to visit

In the same city, it would be nice to visit Arbre Aventura Park where zipline opportunities are available to visitors. There are rope routes of different difficulty levels. It must be said that the park is incredibly huge so one day is hardly enough to explore its entire territory. For kids, it will be fun to visit Gnomo Park. Spending time in the theme park is a great alternative to beach recreation. The … Open

Travel guide to Costa Brava

In the town of Figueres, there is the Salvador Dalí Theater and Museum - one of the most famous and recognizable museums in the world. It is located in a spectacular building with an unusual decoration of its façade. Behind the doors of this museum, visitors are waited for by many interesting surprises. They will be able to see the world through the eyes of Salvador Dali. The museum has many incredible … Open - online travel reservation expert providing reliable car rental and hotel booking services. We feature more than 25.000 destinations with 12.000 rental offices and 200.000 hotels worldwide.
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