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Costa Brava: What to do when you get there?

Costa Brava, is the name given to the coastal region of Catalonia in the northeast of the Iberian Peninsula, with over 214km of coastline bordering the Mediterranean Sea. The coast merges together the counties Alt Empordà, Baix Empodrà and Selva, making it one of top spots for extreme sports.

Come scuba diving in one of the most protected Mediterranean maritime areas, the Medes Islands and discover the precious red corals. It has been classified as the best nature reserve in the western Mediterranean, which happens to be the biggest sea reserve in Catalonia due to its unique ecosystem.
Enjoy snorkelling in the Golf de Rosas, described by UNESCO as one of the most beautiful bays in the world. That will allow you to explore the abundant flora and fauna of Catalonian.

You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing which beach to explore as the area houses more than 220! There are also many hidden coves where you can enjoy windsurfing, kitesurfing, water skiing and many other aquatic activities!

Climbers flock from far and wide to the only via ferrata in the world that is alongside the sea: Cala de Moli. 2.7km long, it is a one of a kind journey, filled with exciting surprises at every turn, cable bridges, climbing walls and endless obstacles. This is an invaluable adventure for any adrenaline junkie.

For those of you closer to nature, you can always hike, trek or mountain bike around the numerous mountainous trails with unbelievable views to the sea. But for those whose head is always up in the air, you can take it to a whole other level with skydiving or hot air balloon trips.

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      Costa Brava: What to do when you get there?

      Costa Brava, is the name given to the coastal region of Catalonia in the northeast of the Iberian Peninsula, with over 214km of coastline bordering the Mediterranean Sea. The coast merges together the counties Alt Empordà, Baix Empodrà and Selva, making it one of top spots for extreme sports.

      Come scuba diving in one of the most protected Mediterranean maritime areas, the Medes Islands and discover the precious red corals. It has been classified as the best nature reserve in the western Mediterranean, which happens to be the biggest sea reserve in Catalonia due to its unique ecosystem.
      Enjoy snorkelling in the Golf de Rosas, described by UNESCO as one of the most beautiful bays in the world. That will allow you to explore the abundant flora and fauna of Catalonian.

      You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing which beach to explore as the area houses more than 220! There are also many hidden coves where you can enjoy windsurfing, kitesurfing, water skiing and many other aquatic activities!

      Climbers flock from far and wide to the only via ferrata in the world that is alongside the sea: Cala de Moli. 2.7km long, it is a one of a kind journey, filled with exciting surprises at every turn, cable bridges, climbing walls and endless obstacles. This is an invaluable adventure for any adrenaline junkie.

      For those of you closer to nature, you can always hike, trek or mountain bike around the numerous mountainous trails with unbelievable views to the sea. But for those whose head is always up in the air, you can take it to a whole other level with skydiving or hot air balloon trips.

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