Costa Brava, Spain, is one of the many countries where many will not consider to go between December through February due to its too cold weather. To many travellers, Costa Brava is best explored during warm weathers. And yet, you wished for a holiday, somewhere quiet, not too crowded and at the same time, you want to enjoy winter season. Visiting Costa Brava during the off season can also be as rewarding. Holiday sounds like a good plan, what more if you are able to go for it and at the same time, feeling at home. It has been a popular trend of late for holiday goers to book villa as their vacation accommodation as they travel with family and friends. The villas provide them with larger are and most of the time, with a private pool. It also adds on the luxurious feel. The rugged stretch of Catalan coast has been known best to visit during winter as you need not battle with the crowd and have the beach all to yourself. The idea of staying in Villa Costa Brava would be your best decision as you get to enjoy your private time, away from all the hustle and bustle of city life.
Costa Brava means “Wild Coast” or “Rough Coast”, a coastal region of Catalonia in Northern Spain which is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea. It is rich in its cultural heritage and sightseeing. The entire luxury villa with sea views will fill you with amazement. It is known to be a tropical paradise of the world. It stretches from the town of Blanes, 60 km northeast of Barcelona, to the French border. The closest airport to Costa Brava would be Girona – Costa Brava Airport (GRO) which operates both domestic and International, mainly lost cost flights.
There are so many things to exploring in Costa Brava. In the west of the coastal area, you can find lots of mountains and valleys which will amaze you. It is a place where hiking and mountain biking can be so much fun with the stunning view. Montseny Mountain Range, the Cap de Creus National Park and La Garrotxa Natural Park are places not to be missed. They are filled with ancient volcanoes. To see the best of Costa Brava, it is best to hire a car as there are hidden gem coves where public transport cannot reach. And without a doubt, Costa Brava is known for its awesome beaches where they are surrounded by high cliff tops and unique rock formations.
During winter, it is best to immerse yourself in the local culture, history and natural beauty of Costa Brava. You can opt for for hiking or even sightseeing. You can also explore Costa Brava on a bicycle. During winter in Costa Brava, it would be an ideal plan for you to enjoy spa in their indoor pool, try Finnish sauna and many more. Visit restaurants that are Michelin-Starred as Costa Brava is also known to be home for food paradise.
It is more appealing to walk along the narrow cobbled streets during the off season as it is all yours to explore. Pals and Peratallada are two of Catalonia’s prettiest villages as it brings you to the Middle age era feel with their gothic arches and maze of narrow alleyways. Since it is winter, it would be the best time to do ski. The nearest to Costa Brava are Vallter 2000 and Vall de Núria. They are family – friendly resorts which is also suitable for new beginners. So you need not worry if you do not know how to ski. These places offers the most scenic landscapes and mountain activities.