View of the Sagrada Familia, which is still under construction, from the terrace of this holiday apartment.
1/18More than just a city trip
Barcelona | Sagrada Familia, Museu Picasso and not forgetting the blue shimmering Mediterranean. Nowhere else are culture and the beach close next to each other than in the Catalan capital.
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Holiday home for up to eight people in an almost perfect location, south of Tarragona.2/18Holiday with a panoramic view
Coast of Catalonia | Regardless of whether it’s the Costa Brava or the Costa Dorada – there are holiday homes on the Catalonian Mediterranean coast which are near the water and offer a direct view of the blue Ocean.
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Holiday villa for up to six people above Lloret de Mar.3/18Holiday with your own pool
Catalonia | Give your holiday in Spain that little bit extra. An own pool not only provides the ideal possibility of retreating from a full beach, but also just gives off a great deal of flair.
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Apartment with a sea view for up to six people in San Feliu de Guixols.4/18Beach in sight!
Costa Brava | "Vamos a la playa" is the holiday motto here. The beaches of the Costa Brava can be reached on foot from these holiday homes and apartments.
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5/18Best holiday resort in Spain
Jávea | Along an elongated bay on the Costa Blanca is Jávea – or Xàbia as the inhabitants call it. For many holidaymakers, it’s the ideal place for a bathing holiday under the Spanish sun.
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The "Wild Coast "
Costa Brava | At the Costa Brava beautiful sandy beaches and a great landscape of bizarre rock formations as well as green pine groves await you. Enjoy sun, beach and sea in a mild sun spoilt climate and discover the cultural treasures of this region. The Dali Museum in Figueres, the Sagrada Familia of Gaudi in Barcelona and the medieval town of Girona are some of the unique sights the Costa Brava has to offer. Considering the rugged coast as well as the lively shaped landscape which are overgrown with countless pine forests the coastal landscape in the north-eastern part of Spain is referred to as the “Wild Coast”. One might though think that the name actually is reference to the nightlife of this region: Many coastal resorts give you the chance to turn night into day – with Lloret de Mar leading the way which has a seven kilometre long sandy beach and a vast range of discos, bars and pubs on offer.
If you would prefer to avoid the hustle and bustle of the coastal resorts then just a couple of kilometres away from the coast there are cook oak forests waiting for you to discover. In the area of Sant Pere Pescador one is provided with a splendid nature adventure. The nature reserve Aiguamolls de l´Emporda with coastal lagoons, salt marshes and dunes are not only a nesting place for many water birds but also it plays a significant role in fruit growing. Here for example you can enjoy a quad tour through the delightful landscape. Of course the preservation of the nature is paramount. Regardless whether you just are briefly staying in the Costa Brava region or planning a longer vacation you must take time to visit the rocky bays at Begur and Palafrugell which gave this region its name. atraveo has more than 3,800 holiday apartments and houses on offer around the “Wild Coast”. According to the reviews of customers the most popular destinations for a holiday home vacation are Empuriabrava, l'Escala, l'Estartit, Llanca, Playa de Pals and Roses. Further information on Spain and the Costa Brava can be found in the respective holiday home selection.
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