In l'Empordà the roads, crops and small towns coexist with the dynamism of the tourist centers of the coast. And one of those tourist centers that we can find on the Costa Brava is precisely Santa Cristina d'Aro, the perfect destination for lovers of nature, sports and culture.
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Access to it is through the Rosamar Urbanization. With approximately 100m long, it has thick sand and blue sea water, making it one of the most familiar coves on the coast.
Surrounded by cliffs and vegetation, they make it a beach with a certain wild aspect. With cliffs of up to 800m and crystalline waters, it is an ideal place for lovers of nudism.
It is the furthest beach from Santa Cristina d'Aro, which borders Tossa de Mar. It is a virgin and unique corner given the conditions in which it is preserved, away from urban construction.
It was declared Site of Historical Interest in 1973 & it was selected by the Catalunya Experience in France as one of the most beautiful villages in Catalonia. Walking through its streets, you will breathe the medieval essence of this beautiful corner of the Costa Brava, located at the top of a hill and inside a fortress.
It is an old fishing village with a great historical background and is one of the most charming villages on the Costa Brava due to its heritage and medieval history.
This seafaring town will captivate you with its incredible streets that inspired the artist Salvador Dalí. Its bohemian atmosphere, its crystalline waters and its streets and buildings painted in white tones with blue details will not disappoint you. This charming little town on the Costa Brava it also has Salvador Dalí's House-Museum and several modernist buildings.
This is one of the few towns on the Costa Brava where the atmosphere that was present in the villages of the area before the arrival of tourism is still maintained. Its narrow streets, its houses with a sloping tile roof and some traditional houses make this old fishing village one of the most charming places on the Costa Brava.
It is considered one of the most mythical and charming villages on the Costa Brava, partly thanks to its delicious, brightly colored prawns. Walk along its seaside promenade while enjoying a relaxed atmosphere.
It is worth getting lost in its streets and discovering each of its corners by arriving at the castle whose tower imposes itself on the rest of the village. No doubt the cobbled streets of this village will captivate you.
The film ‘’8 Catalan surnames’’ has the central square of Monells as its main protagonist. It is part of the medieval villages of the Empordà and has only 200 inhabitants, but it is an obligatory stop during your visit to the Costa Brava. Its unique main square was the site of the main market places in Catalonia in the middle ages.