If seaside resorts are your idea of a perfect holiday, our Costa Brava villas are not to be missed. Stretching down from the French border, the intriguing landscape of the Costa Brava is to many one of the prettiest coastlines in Spain. Secluded coves, sandy beaches and rugged cliffs combine with fishing villages and seaside towns to make a unique and attractive region in which to enjoy time away. Whether it’s exploring the winding streets of Begur or relaxing on Tamariu’s sandy beach backed by pine trees, a villa holiday in the Costa Brava offers culture, climate and comfort for all.
With hidden treasures everywhere you look, a villa holiday in Costa Brava is full of experiences waiting to be discovered. From the unique culture to the delicious local food and some of the best beaches the Spanish coast has to offer, get ready for an unforgettable holiday in a truly beautiful region.
This rugged region of north-eastern Spain is home to a plethora of jaw-dropping beaches, ranging from lively tourist hubs to secluded coves dotted along the coastline. Our Costa Brava villa rentalsare within close proximity of many ideal spots to soak up the sun including Begur's concealed coves and the Blue-Flag beach of Llafranc. Pick one of our Tamariu villas to be close to the horseshoe-shaped main beach, voted one of the best on the Costa Brava.
Nightlife in Costa Brava
Our villas in Costa Bravaallow guests to do as much or a little as they wish. Enjoy indulgent evenings at a leisurely pace in Begur. Many of the town’s restaurants feature outdoor terraces allowing you to sample the local wine in the warm Mediterranean air. Afterwards, why not head to a bar in the centre and watch a live music performance? If you’re after a more upbeat evening, head to nearby Palafrugellor Lloret De Mar – both great bases for a villa holiday in the Costa Brava.
Food and Drink in Costa Brava
Many restaurants in the region will serve traditional Spanish dishes including paella and sumptuous fresh seafood. Local wines can also be sampled which add an authentic vibe to your Costa Brava villa holiday. If you’re feeling really adventurous, try the local dish ‘Arros Negre’ – squid which is cooked in its own ink and served with rice and vegetables.
History and Culture in Costa Brava
The Costa Brava is steeped in intriguing history and you’ll stumble across ancient towns and medieval castles throughout the region. Begur’s impressive castle is the main symbol of the town and offers fantastic views across the region. It dates back to the 11th Century and is well worth a visit during your stay in one of our villas in Costa Brava.