Costa Brava Holidays 2022/2023

The seaside region of Costa Brava is a popular yet peaceful Spanish destination renowned for its stunning mountainous landscapes and incredibly-preserved historical buildings. And then of course, there are the beaches – stretching for miles and lined with restaurants and bars. On Costa Brava holidays the shoreline can be your playground for watersports or your pleasantly warm napping spot of choice. It's up to you.

Costa Brava Holiday Deals 2022/2023

Lots to do

There are family-friendly parks and activities ranging from quiet walks to energetic waterparks, meaning that Costa Brava holiday packages accommodate almost everybody. With beautiful trails for hiking or biking excursions and four botanical gardens, it is a nature lover’s paradise. Costa Brava also boasts a healthy dose of culture, with relics dating back to the 12th century and the largest collection of Salvador Dali paintings in the world. There’s a wide range of hotels to choose from, whether you are looking for a cheap package deal or an All Inclusive Costa Brava holiday.

Currency: Euro

Language: Catalan

Time Difference: GMT +1

Religion: Roman Catholic



Costa Brava holidays invite you to spend your days sitting back and relaxing. The laid-back town of Calella features rugged coastline, natural beauty, family-friendly parks and incredible cuisine. Its long patch of beach has ample sunbathing spots and opportunities to get adventurous in the Mediterranean Sea.


Holidays to Costa Brava are a truly unique experience, and the gorgeous coastal town of Llafranc isn't your average holiday destination. It prides itself on being far from the crowds, luring instead holidaymakers who are looking for a peaceful escape. Llafranc offers a blend of luxury and culture, with low-key historic sites dotting the coast and serene beaches lined with stunning architecture.

Lloret De Mar

A bustling seaside town with 13 incredible beaches, you'll be spoilt by the gorgeous scenery and cultural relics in Lloret de Mar. This adventurer's paradise is a favourite amongst adventure fans enjoying All Inclusive holidays to Costa Brava, as it has a water park and its coast is a prime location for snorkeling excursions. The fun definitely doesn't end come nightfall though, as Lloret de Mar is Costa Brava's nightlife capital, offering everything from quiet bars to huge dance clubs.

Malgrat De Mar

Malgrat de Mar expertly blends all the makings of a relaxing holiday to Costa Brava. Days here are spent lounging on the town's peaceful shores and drifting between siestas, feasting on Spanish food at a waterfront cafe or wandering through the historic town and castle. There are also attractions like waterparks and historic sites that date back to the 14th century to explore.

Pineda De Mar

Pineda de Mar is a sleepy gem on the north eastern coast of Spain. The gorgeous waterfront is lined with restaurants that serve up Catalan treats and British sweets, and the town's streets blend modern amenities with historical buildings – some of which date back to the 14th century.

Santa Susanna

Holidays in the serene village of Santa Susanna are based around its beautiful beaches and forested landscape that forms part of the Massif Montnegre National Park. Participate in activities of all speeds when you take advantage of our range of Costa Brava holiday packages, from falling deep asleep on the beach to rapid mountain bike riding through the National Park.

Tossa De Mar

From its gorgeous seaside abundant with water sporting activities and relaxation-ready sands, to an old town lined with medieval ruins, Tossa de Mar has a lot to flaunt. Visitors flock here during holidays to Costa Brava for a restful holiday filled with good food and good fun underneath warm Spanish rays. Tossa de Mar is also bordered by a lush forest, so hikers and bikers can get their nature fix too.


Bursting at the seams with culture, the bustling city of Barcelona certainly delivers a superb city break. From amazing art to tasty tapas, it’s the perfect spot to soak up sun alongside an array of spectacular sights.

Lush landscapes and long beaches

This area isn’t called the ‘wild coast’ for nothing – the shores here are carved with rugged cliffs that frame bays and are a favourite among those enjoying All Inclusive holidays to Costa Brava. You’ll also find long stretches of serene beaches – ideal for family bucket and spade time – that are dotted with sailboats and waterfront dining. These tranquil settings make fantastic backdrops for all-day relaxation, and also offer outdoor excursions where you can be at one with nature.

Rigorous environmental preservation has kept Costa Brava’s natural landscapes protected and flourishing. Home to an incredible expanse of forests, nature parks and botanical gardens, the area boasts a huge variety of native flora and fauna. You can view it up close in a park visit or see it rising up in the distance from your spot on the beach.

Museums and culture

The gorgeous landscape here attracts not only nature lovers enjoying holidays to Costa Brava, but artists in search of peaceful surroundings. Surrealist master Salvador Dali called this land his home, where now, at the Dali Theatre and Museum, art lovers can find the largest collection of his paintings in the world.

Nearly 50 museums dot Costa Brava’s streets, covering everything from awe-inspiring art to exhibits exploring the area’s past as a maritime landmark. Woven with cobbled lanes, history buffs will admire the stunning architecture of Villa Vella, the historic centre of Tossa de Mar. Here you can wander around the remarkably-preserved castle and walled perimeter, built in the 12th and 14th centuries to protect against impending pirate attacks.

Culinary artistry

Foodies won’t find themselves wanting for first-class cuisine in Costa Brava, renowned for its combination of fresh ingredients from the nearby mountains and ocean. It also has an impressive selection of gourmet eateries like Korpilombolo, where locally-sourced dishes highlight Spanish flavours and are works of culinary artistry. Home to a huge array of wineries, Costa Brava restaurants emphasise local wine, whose flavours have been praised around the world.

Fun nights out

Evenings are low key in many of the resorts around Costa Brava but if you want to visit some high-octane clubs then Lloret de Mar is the place to go. The nightlife capital of Costa Brava has a great choice of venues and gets busy in summer with tourists and locals partying together. Calella also has late night bars along with more quiet and romantic settings.

Thrills and spills

The region offers a host of outdoor activities that cover everything from laid-back to heart-pounding. Those enjoying cheap holidays to Costa Brava can explore the local aquatic wildlife and seabeds on diving trips, or hop aboard a kayak or jet ski, gliding across the surface and soaking up the sun.

At Water World – voted one of the best waterparks in Europe – kids and adults alike fly down the park’s more than 20 slides and chill out in the pools and hot tubs.