Spain's Costa Brava has something to offer every kind of holidaymaker. From water parks to fun parties, the Costa Brava has been a favourite holiday hotspot with Brits for many years now. The area is now very popular with golfers and has some of the best golf courses in Europe. Other sports are also popular and many tourists on holidays to the Costa Brava enjoy squash and tennis, with parasailing and surfing also available for the more adventurous.
The best time to visit the Costa Brava is during the summer months when the weather is at its best. This is a perfect time to tour the region and visit the charming Spanish villages that are to be found throughout the countryside.
There are also a variety of museums and galleries for those seeking more cultured activities. The Costa Brava is also popular for its wine: the climate provides excellent conditions for growing grapes. There are usually wine tasting activities available taking place at local vineyards.
The area was also home to the world famous Spanish artist, Salvador Dali. You can visit the artist's former home at Port Lligat where guided tours of his home are available. Other popular tours include visits to Barcelona, Andorra and the monastery at Montserrat.
The nightlife attracts many seasoned clubbers as the Costa Brava boasts some of the hottest nightclubs in Europe, and attracts many top DJs from around the world. Nightlife enthusiasts on holidays to the Costa Brava can dance the night away if they wish.