Costa Brava Holidays 2021/2022
In the northeastern corner of Spain, the rugged coastline of coves and promontories earns the name Costa Brava, ‘Wild Coast’. Reaching from Blanes to Roses, buzzing resorts sit alongside small seaside villages. Families, friends and couples flock to the amazing beaches and clear waters the coast has been blessed with, and golf enthusiasts come to enjoy the many golf courses, including the PGA course at Catalunya.
Costa Brava Resorts
Lloret de Mar
Lloret de Mar, on Spain’s sunny Costa Brava, is always a good bet for an all-inclusive break. Besides the cheap prices (all-inclusive packages are 4% lower than last year), its long, Blue Flag beach and splendid hilltop castle are ideal for days out, while the Iglesia de Sant Roma is one of the finest examples of Catalan Gothic architecture in the region.
From May through to September you’re pretty much guaranteed good weather, with a warm Mediterranean climate and plenty of sunshine. Whether you’re lazing by the pool, strolling through the serene Jardins de Santa Clotilde or exploring smaller beaches, such as Fenals and Sa Caleta, Lloret de Mar offers a good mix of affordable activities to complement your all-inclusive fun.
Tucked along the Costa Brava, buzzy Lloret de Mar is much more than a sun-soaked town that likes a good time. Thinking of heading to this vibrant resort for your next holiday? We’ve got four reasons why you should click book!
Explorers, you’ll love the cultural treasures peppered among this seaside town. Swing by the Parish Church of Sant Romà and admire its dazzling blend of architectural styles. Set along the waterfront and designed with Italian Renaissance panache, the blooming Santa Clotilde Gardens make for a pretty afternoon walk, too. Don’t miss the Indiano Route either, which takes in grand neoclassical mansions and a modernist cemetery!
If you love being in the great outdoors, Lloret de Mar has a slew of exciting activities to get stuck into. Have a go at the many water sports on offer or enjoy a challenging cycle ride through the area’s mountain passes – there’s more than 600km of road to explore on two wheels! Hiking fan? You’ll find trails that stretch along the coast and through forest here!
Jetting off with little ones in tow? There are plenty of things to entertain everyone in Lloret de Mar! Zoom down the rides at Water World, one of the largest waterparks in Europe, explore hilltop Sant Joan’s Castle and take leisurely walks along the coast. There’s also pitch and putt if your family love a little friendly competition, as well as a free miniclub down by the beach!
The sun-kissed Costa Brava is tailormade for beach breaks. Both Lloret de Mar and the surrounding area have tranquil Blue Flag beaches to spend a day unwinding by the shore. Lovely long Lloret Beach has ample room for an afternoon by the sea, while Sa Caleta Cove has gorgeous castle views for you to admire as you lounge by the water’s edge.
Costa Brava Accommodation
Rosamar Es Blau
Lloret De Mar, Costa Brava
Step into sophistication. The Rosamar Es Blau is a brand-new property boasting a friendly atmosphere, pristine outdoor pool, rejuvenating spa with whirlpool and a well-equipped gym. Near the beach? Check.
FROM £369 pp