Lloret de Mar (cat. Lloret de Mar) is a Catalan city of the Selva region, in the Selva Marítima, south of the Costa Brava. Judicially, it is part of Blanes and its electoral demarcation is Santa Coloma de Farners. A pioneer of European tourism in the 1950s, Lloret has become one of the most important …More
Tossa de Mar (cat. Tossa de Mar) is a town and municipality in the region of La Selva, simply called Tossa until 1985. It is part of the so-called Selva Marítima and borders with the counties of the Baix Empordà and Gironès, by the municipalities of Lloret de Mar, Vidreres, Caldes de Malavella, Llagostera and …More
Begur (cat. Begur) is a town and municipality of the Baix Empordà region and an important tourist centre of the Costa Brava (mainly 3-5 stars hotels). It limits to the south with Palafrugell, to the southwest with Regencós, to the west and north with Pals.
Also written as Bagur from the 14th century by the variation …More
Costa Brava is a wide strip of the Mediterranean coast that geographically occupies the north of Spain.
Costa Brava is located in the northeast of Catalonia (province of Girona), which is part of the Spanish Kingdom. Costa Brava stretches 210 km from the French border to the Blanes resort town. Borders with Costa del Maresme in …More
Torroella de Montgrí is a town and municipality that occupies the northeastern part of the Baix Empordà region. The town of Torroella is located on the Empordà plain, at the foot of the Montgrí massif on the north bank of the River Ter. It is part of the Montgrí, Medes Islands and Baix Ter Natural …More