Sea and mountains.
The Costa Brava covers 200km of coastline, from Blanes to the French border. Its population is a mix of tourists, farmers, fishermen and artists.
This is a popular destination for international buyers, mainly from central and northern Europe, to buy a first or second home, especially attracted to the wild and rugged coastline with pine trees that reach the water's edge, creating bays with beautiful beaches and picturesque coves.
Costa Brava also highlights the rural landscape of the interior, with green fields, as well as its excellent Mediterranean cuisine, ranging from several Michelin star restaurants to lovely beach bars called "chiringuitos de playa".
Buyers who choose Costa Brava for year round living or as a second home, usually are sports enthusiasts, lovers of sun and sea, and gourmets.
The Costa Brava enjoys an enviable location between the Pyrenees and the French border, in a comfortable distance from the city of Barcelona. All linked by TGV (high speed train), a good network of highways and the international airports of Girona and Barcelona.
Towns or cities in the interior of the Costa Brava, as Girona, Figueres, Calonge, La Bisbal, Peratallada and Begur, still retain the medieval historical richness with palaces and castles, Romanesque churches and chapels; without forgetting the historical legacy of the Roman ruins of Empúries and Ullastret.
Empuriabrava is a "Floating City" characterized by water canals that allows exit by boat from home to the sea. Other areas of the Costa Brava have lakes for water skiing and farms with stables for horse riding.
The most interesting residential areas of the Costa Brava are: Sa Tuna, Sa Riera, Aiguablava, Palamos, Llafranc, Calella de Palafrugell, Tamariu, Tossa de Mar, Blanes, Platja d' Aro, S'Agaro, Sant Feliu de Guixols, Sta. Cristina d' Aro, Roses, Port de la Selva, Cadaques i Llança.
We can appreciate the contrast of the Costa Brava with the Pyrenees of Girona, formed by snowy peaks in winter, whose famous valleys are the well-known ski resorts of Masella, La Molina, La Cerdanya, etc.
In the Costa Brava we can find protected natural parks due to its exceptional vegetation and marine fauna, such as Les Illes Medes and the Natural Park of Cap de Creus. Other areas that allow us to enjoy breathtaking views are footpaths along the coast, called "caminos de ronda".
Properties on the Costa Brava
The Costa Brava has always been a Spanish coastal area highly sought for its tranquility and privacy in a family atmosphere.
We can find a variety of properties to meet the demanding requirements of any local or international buyers: houses overlooking the sea, houses inside golf developments, apartments with modern architecture design, traditional stone houses, new construction homes, country estates, ruins and land plots for residential building.
We can't forget the ultimate luxury properties within the Costa Brava, which usually have a lot of history, as well as the rustic homes or town houses, palaces and cottages.
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