The Costa Brava is the extension of 150 km of coastline from the North of Barcelona to the French border. It is considered one of the most important and exclusive destinations in Spain. The landscape is a mixture of cliffs, sandy bays with pine trees, white sand beaches and scenic medieval towns to explore. The Costa Brava is also a gastronomic paradise. The World famous restaurant El Bulli is located here, which is undoubtedly the most controversial and experimental restaurant in the World.
Its proximity to Barcelona and Girona International Airport, makes the Costa Brava very accessible.
Properties available include but are not limited to: farmhouses, country houses, beachfront homes and medieval houses. Additional amenities may include private access to beach, large swimming pools, tennis courts and large plots. Suggested prime locations are S'Agaro, Palamos, Llafranch, Begur, Pals, Llavia, Calella or Aiguablava among others.