About two hours from Barcelona is the beautiful coast of Costa Brava, a true oasis with clear blue waters and green hills on the backdrop. The true beauty lies in the unspoiled and elegant horseshoe bays, charming seaside towns, mouth-dropping scenery and one of Spain’s best diving areas around the protected Illes Medes.
Apart from this untouched scenery, has dreamy hotels and divine restaurant selection along the coast. This region has one of the highest concentrations of Michelin-starred chefs in Spain, meaning you’ll eat well whenever you go, prepare your palate for a delightful Mediterranean and seafood gastronomy. Surprisingly, Costa Brava produces superb wine; the most famous wine region is Empordà, consisting of 41 vineyards.

For those you would like to do some sight-seeing, Costa Brava will not disappoint you it has a well-preserved medieval centre in Girona, the famous for Teatre-Museu Dalí (Dali’s Museum) in Figueres and other intriguing sites associated with Salvador Dalí.

What are you waiting for to unveil this unique region?