With steep coastline, lovely inlets and pretty ports such as Cadaquès, it enjoys annual average temperatures of 17°C and has a fascinating cultural heritage.
30% of the region consists of preserved natural locations, which is why it is known as the "Wild Coast", or Costa Brava in Spanish. Come and escape to its huge, unspoiled areas during your camping holiday on the Costa Brava. There are all sorts of botanical parks and gardens to enjoy, with amazingly diverse plant life and fantastic views stretching as far as the eye can see. Along its coast, there are all sorts of rocky inlets to discover. Turquoise water and white sand are the perfect ingredients for an afternoon of relaxation.
Various artists also found their inspiration here. The charming village of Cadaquès, where the great Salvador Dali grew up, has magnificent sea views. A tour of the artist's house and the old port is a must. And why not make the most of it by travelling on to Figueras, where the Dali Museum and the lovely town of Rosas, with its sunlit bay, will make your camping holiday on the Costa Brava all the more enjoyable.
Spain is a country that is famous for its celebrations and nightlife, and you'll love it here. In all likelihood you'll sample some tapas sitting on a terrace on a lively street, before continuing your evening in a bar or on one of its squares, filled with noise, laughter and colour. All year round, the Costa Brava is alive with the region's typical colours. Traditional and popular festivals will mean you are submerged in the spirit of Catalonia.
And when the time comes to leave, you'll feel that much more content, with a head full of memories and your camera filled with magical moments you've been able to capture.
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