Piracy legends, international artists, Roman essence... Costa Brava is one of Southern Europe's richest places in terms of culture and history. Keep on reading and get captivated!
Tossa de Mar is a perfect village to start your exploration of Costa Brava's soul. Walk through Vila Vella, climb up the stone-paved streets to the lighthouse, and listen to the Mediterranean Sea's silence at any of the seaside viewpoints. All these are small yet big pleasures already known in the past.
From prehistory, through Roman times, medieval piracy and until our days, Tossa de Mar, has held some treasures that you can discover either in the Municipal Museum or via guided tours by Tossa Tour Experience that will allow you get closer to this seaside village's rich cultural heritage.
What does Costa Brava has to have been able to captivate such a genius as Salvador Dalí? Discover the Daliesque universe at the Teatre-Museu Dalí in Figueres or in his residences in Portlligat or Púbol, which make up the Daliesque Triangle referred to as "that privileged place wher reality nearly touches sublimity".
If you can't help falling in love with Costa Brava, Girona will excite you. An over-2000-year old city that you'll want to visit again after seeing it for the first time. Why? Because of the impressive Cathedral raised from the 11th to the 18th centuries featuring the world's largest gothic nave? Or because of the old town's Jewish quarter, where some Game of Thrones episodes were set?
You can't leave Costa Brava without exploring the friendly and romantic city of Girona, and a picture taken at the Eiffel Bridge is always a good memory.