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SPAIN: Costa Brava

Does picturesque coastlines, hidden coves, sparking waters and golden beaches sound like your kind of holiday? Then one of the many resorts on the Costa Brava will be for you. Whatever your taste or budget, you'll find the perfect vacation on the Costa Brava. Small towns bursting with heritage, busy towns filled with Spanish style and bustling resorts packed with fun-filled entertainment, there is just so much to choose from here. Arguably Spain's most famous stretch of coastline, Costa Brava was one the first areas in Catalunya to be developed for tourism, but it has retained its enchanting beauty and unique atmosphere. The coastline runs from Port Bou in the north to the vibrant city of Barcelona in the south, and is renowned as the 'wild' coast because of turquoise seas, pine-covered cliffs, hidden coves and golden sands. These golden shores are perfect for water sports enthusiasts and sun-worshippers, but away from the coast there are ancient towns to explore and awe-inspiring natural wonders to see, from the Pyrenees to the Cadiretes Mountains. It's not only sandy beaches, inviting waters and amazing wildlife - this area is steeped in history. You can explore the influence of the Romans and Moors and the cultural revolution of the Middle Ages which gave Catalunya its own constitution and its proudly individual culture of today. There's also Costa de Barcelona, with resorts like Pineda and its stretch of uncrowded shoreline and Mediterranean sunshine. Plus, of course, there is the bustling cosmopolitan city of Barcelona, packed with heritage, style, culture and excitement. Or why not sample the sand and shingle beaches of Tossa de Mar, a favourite for families and couples. You'll simply adore the charm of the cobbled streets and be awe-struck by the mountain backdrop. Of course, there's nightlife to suit all tastes and budgets too, with dining out being an essential part of the after dark experience. You can enjoy traditional Spanish food at the tapas bars and local restaurants which line the coast, and choose from fresh seafood, Catalan specialities and plenty of international dishes.

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Arguably Spain's most famous stretch of coastline, Costa Brava was one the first areas in Catalunya to be developed for tourism, but it has retained its enchanting beauty and unique atmosphere. The coastline runs from Port Bou in the north to the vibrant city of Barcelona in the south, and is renowned as the 'wild' coast because of turquoise seas, pine-covered cliffs, hidden coves and golden sands. These golden shores are perfect for water sports enthusiasts and sun-worshippers, but away from the coast there are ancient towns to explore and awe-inspiring natural wonders to see, from the Pyrenees to the Cadiretes Mountains.

It's not only sandy beaches, inviting waters and amazing wildlife - this area is steeped in history. You can explore the influence of the Romans and Moors and the cultural revolution of the Middle Ages which gave Catalunya its own constitution and its proudly individual culture of today. There's also Costa de Barcelona, with resorts like Pineda and its stretch of uncrowded shoreline and Mediterranean sunshine. Plus, of course, there is the bustling cosmopolitan city of Barcelona, packed with heritage, style, culture and excitement.

Or why not sample the sand and shingle beaches of Tossa de Mar, a favourite for families and couples. You'll simply adore the charm of the cobbled streets and be awe-struck by the mountain backdrop. Of course, there's nightlife to suit all tastes and budgets too, with dining out being an essential part of the after dark experience. You can enjoy traditional Spanish food at the tapas bars and local restaurants which line the coast, and choose from fresh seafood, Catalan specialities and plenty of international dishes.