Selection of holiday villas and apartments on Costa Blanca
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Find holiday accommodation on Costa Brava, Spain
Discover more Costa Brava villas than anywhere else on the web. Only with Hundredrooms will you have over 100 different holiday rentals gathered on one screen. This way you can easily compare prices and locations to find cheaper beach apartments. Don’t pay anymore than you should do. From Portbou to Blanes, there is a fantastic variety of charming apartments in some of the most beautiful surroundings of the Spanish peninsula coastline, with Cala Cullaró and Cala de Sa Futadera as two of many examples. With coves like these, the Girona coast becomes a paradise throughout the summer, and is undoubtedly one of the best holiday destinations in the country. It has over 210 km in coastline, and so the offer for holiday accommodation is particularly great. There is therefore a high probability that you can find cheap villas in Costa Brava. This might be in Cadaqués, Roses or Calella de Palafrugell, but also the counties of Alt Empordà, Ampurdán and the Selva are full of hidden treasures that you can easily discover if you dare to travel the Camí de Ronda along the whole coast of the Costa Brava. No matter where you travel to along the coastline, you have a whole wealth of holiday apartments in the Costa Brava to choose from, and this is without a doubt the best way to discover the region.
Places to stay in Costa Brava
The coast of the province of Girona is called the Costa Brava and is made up of 214 km of coastline from Portbou to Blanes. This area owes its name to the journalist Ferran Aguiló, who was the first to refer to it with the term "Brava" for its rugged and steep landscape which has made it a hotspot for Costa Brava accommodation. For centuries, the Costa Brava has been, due to its location, an important gateway to the Spanish Peninsula from other points of the Mediterranean. There were many civilisations that passed through and inhabited the Girona coast, as well as the legacy that they left behind. The Iberian City of Ullastret, the Greek and Roman Empuries of Ampurias or the Iberian settlement of Puig de Castellet represent the main archaeological remains of the Costa Brava. What particularly stands out in this territory of Girona is the natural and scenic value that Ferrán Aguiló referred to in ‘La Veu de Catalunya’. Here you will find an environment that is vast and varied, starting with the Natural Park of Cabo de Creus and the Natural Park of the Marismas del Ampurdán; passing through small archipelagos like the one of the Medas Islands, an infinite list of dream coves and some of the most beautiful villages in the country. As a result Costa Brava is a tourist hotspot today and in total there are 24 locations included in it. So, before deciding in which of them to look for your villa in Costa Brava, it will help you to know what each of them has to offer. These are our five recommendations:
- Cadaqués: Need we say more other than the fact that Salvador Dalí fell in love with this place? It is located at the heart of the Cape of Creus which is a small marine gateway. The small fishing town is one of the most beautiful in the Costa Brava and without a doubt one of the most recommended for apartments to rent in Costa Brava.
- Roses: South of Cape Creus, here it is much more touristy than the previous and has a lot of holiday lettings in Costa Brava. Although it is mainly known for the beaches and coves of the Gulf of Roses, few know that it has great places of interest such as the Citadel of Roses, Punta Falconera and the Parc Natural dels Aiguamolls de l'Empordà, to the south of the city.
- Begur: Found in the surroundings of the Begur Mountains, this is another important tourist resort in summer although it is not a coastal destination as such - it has plenty of offers for accommodation in Costa Brava, Spain. However, here you will have access to the best coves in the municipality such as Platja Illa Roja, Aiguafreda or Aiguablava. The Castle of Begur is its most outstanding patrimonial landmark, together with the five defense towers that surround the town.
- Tossa de Mar: This is another of the most important municipalities of the Costa Brava. At the foot of the Massís de les Cadiretes, it is widely known for the Castell de Tossa, located on an imposing hill south of its urban centre. Cala Futadera, Cala Pola and Platja de's Codolar are some of the other options for beaches.
- Blanes: This is known as the "Portal of the Costa Brava". In spite of being a largely touristic town it maintains a calm atmosphere and is so a good option for family trips and Costa Brava villas with pools. From the Castle of San Juan you get a beautiful view of all Blanes, with the small island of Sa Palomera as a unique feature.