The Costa Brava in spring

The Costa Brava (Girona) is the ideal place to enjoy a weekend getaway. Its natural beauty, cultural offer and gastronomic proposals make it one of the most visited destinations.

We tell you the best plans for you to enjoy it to the fullest this spring!


Its good climate allows you to do activities throughout the year, including walking, running and cycling on guided routes, where you will discover unforgettable corners of the Costa Brava. Starting from the rocky point of Playa de Aro to the beach of Torre Valentina in the municipality of Calonge, the Camino de Ronda offers landscapes in the middle of nature that will amaze you.


The area is also known for its cultural attractions, with a very prominent historical heritage. In Sant Feliu de Guíxols, for example, we can find the architectural complex of the Benedictine monastery, which preserves such important elements as the Romanesque Porta Ferrada (10th century), the church of Mare de Déu dels Àngels and the Corn and Fum towers. , which currently house the Museum of the History of the City.


The coast of Sant Feliu de Guíxols hides countless small coves, such as Cala Canyerets, Cala Vigatà and Port Salvi among others. You can enjoy them with the different nautical activities offered by the Club Nautic de Sant Feliu de Guíxols, practicing sailing, scuba diving, guided dives, fishing trips or kayak excursions, to know the coast from the sea.

What are you waiting for to enjoy these plans and live a unique experience on the Costa Brava?