For a true Spanish experience without the tourists, the Costa Brava is a hidden away corner of Europe worth visiting—and making a stay-cation.
For the best of both worlds with both sand-strewn beaches and high-arching mountains, Costa Brava is hardly ever heard of in tourism—making it the perfect rental getaway.
Especially if you’re looking to enjoy your stay in luxury apartments with a glass or two of local wine, Costa Brava has also been known for being an up-and-coming wine region.
Own Your Vacation
Nestled within the province of Girona, you can visit the touristic destinations like Roman ruins, natural parks, botanical gardens, and hiking trails, but also settle away in your at-home swimming pool in Palamós or hideaway big house located in Platja d’Aro.
Choosing a beachside apartment in Calella de Palafrugell, Pals or Begur will put you right on or only a few kilometers away from the heart of the Bay of Emporda on the Costa Brava.
For your getaway on the Costa Brava, your very own apartment can be a walk away from diving, snorkeling and sailing off of horseshoe bays, secluded smugglers’ coves, and playing on world-class golf courses.
If exploring history is more your thing, there are three Salvador Dalí museums located in the coastal region, as well as ancient Greco and Roman ruins to trek upon.
The Best of Costa Brava
So, whether its wine country that’s calling your name or the mountainous interior of the region that’s pulling you to adventure, there’s a little something for everyone.
Instead of staying at a hostel like Moll House, be your own boss on vacation—be audacious—Rent An Apartment on the wild coast of Spain.
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