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Costa Brava

Positioned between the rugged terrains of the Pyrenees and the aqua marine waters of the Mediterranean,
Costa Brava is the commonly accepted name of the Spanish province of Girona.

Nature seems to be in its best form in Costa Brava , manifesting itself in all its colors, splendors and magnificence. The abundance of the natural treasures in Costa Brava arouses a spirit of awe and mysticism within the travelers who witness its picturesque sceneries.

A perfect combination of nature, climatic conditions and topographical features together contribute to the increasing popularity of the Costa Brava. Its intense, poignant beauty is difficult to grasp; rather it creates an enchanting and seducing effect on the vision and mindset of millions of people who especially visit the place to glance it. Lush green vegetations sprouting against the turquoise sea waters are indeed added attractions for a bulk of foreign tourists in the land.

The overall climatic conditions of Costa Brava offer a pleasant feel, making people rest and relax under the clear sky with some peace and freshness of mind. Located on the northernmost tip of the Spanish mainland, the 214 kilometers long Costa Brava n coast stretches southward till Blanes , El Montseny and El Maresme with Portbou surrounding the northern borderers of the country.

A wide galore of physical features like forests, sea beaches, bays, inlets, creeks and hills dispersed throughout Portlligat, Tossa de Mar, S'Agaro and Cadaques further increase the scenic beauties of these regions. A number of modern tourist infrastructures growing very fast in these regions have transformed them into some of the most popular and well-known travel destinations in Spain.

The wonderful climate of Costa Brava is yet another reason why huge number of holidaymakers throngs the country during peak tourist seasons. The region, in fact, is the coolest of all coastline areas in Spain. The effect of the Mediterranean climate lingers in the minds of the travelers even after they had left the place. The long, hot but pleasant summers and shorter, gently cool winters offers an outstanding destination for the travelers all round the year.

A land experiencing ample sunshine and moderate weather, Costa Brava will continue to captivate worldwide tourists in years to come. The extent to which nature has displayed itself here is the hidden pulse that does a lot in alluring a major bulk of the international population to come here, boosting up travel and tourism industry of the country in the process.