With modern tourist resorts and historic Spanish cities the Costa Brava remains a firm family favourite year after year. Is it any wonder, with easy access to cosmopolitan Barcelona, fabulous beaches in the tourist resorts and plenty of family fun that it’s a place that you will choose to return to. The Spanish hot spot has been visited by a host of celebrities over the years, George Harrison and Yul Brynner to name but a few, most of them staying in the luxurious hotels of S’ Agro. If you're looking for a budget holiday then maybe this is the place for you, especially as it only takes a couple of hours to get there.
Dining out is very much part of everyones holiday and you won't be dissapointed by what the Costa Brava has to offer. The tapas bars are a great informal way of starting off the evening, maybe rounding it off with a visit to one of the many ice-cream parlours with the kids where the creations are unbelievable and look too good to eat. For a true taste of the Med try local fresh seafood dishes such as sarsuella or the better known paella washed down with a jug of the refreshingly fruity sangria.
Places To Visit
For the family a trip to Europes largest waterpark has to be a must or maybe you would prefer the less energetic Marineland where it's the best of both worlds with slides, dolphine shows and sea lions all under the same roof. If you would prefer a little culture visit Estartit and marvel at the 13th century castle
You require a 10 year British passport with 6 months validity from the date of return.
Best Time Of Year To Visit
May to October