Gastronomía Costa Brava

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The Costa Brava

With over 256 miles of coastline, the Costa Brava Catalan with his protected coves and beaches invites to visit. Despite tourist nature, the Costa Brava has retained its green spaces and invites you to discover more than a dozen national parks in the four corners of the region. Located between sea and mountain, wealth and landscape diversity of the Costa Brava fascinates the visitor.

Weather

Given its geographic diversity, this area has many climates and microclimates that depend on the altitude and proximity to the sea. In general, one can say that the climate of the Costa Brava is mild and gentle, Mediterranean, characterized by hot dry summers and mild winters.

Culture

The great artistic wealth that characterized the Catalan region throughout its history has been shaped in many museums that will transport you to different times and allow you to discover the many influences that make Catalonia a single region of the Mediterranean basin.

Empuriabrava and surroundings

EMPURIABRAVA , the largest and most modern Marina in the Mediterranean, is placed 34km from the border between France and Spain. There, in the Bay of Roses, with an impressive background of the Pyrenees, lies a Paradise for water sport and boating enthusiast. The 2 kms beach is of fine sand 30kms of navigable canals lead inland from the Sea.

The canals are lines with villas, with well cared gardens and private boat moorings. So it is understandable that EMPURIABRAVA is often referred as "Little Venice".

The main shopping street is centrally located, featuring Supermarkets, Souvenir shops, restaurant with Spanish and International cuisine and Bars and Cafes. Also hairdressers and a Chemist. A covered way provides protection from the sun for shoppers and sightseers.

EMPURIABRAVA offers very large selection of water Sports; Surfing, Water-ski, Sailing, power-boating, deep-sea diving and fishing. If all this is not enough. Riding, Squash and Tennis., Go-karts, Minigolf are also available. The fitness Club, with Swimming Pool (heated and covered in winter) offers also Sauna, Jacuzzi and Solarium.

On the outskirts of EMPURIABRAVA lies a small airport that is an internationally known centre for parachute jumping and Sky-diving. There is also a school for Flight and Micro-Light training.

Winter Sport are also catered for approx. 80km away in the magnificent Pyrenees .