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Guide to romance in Costa Brava

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Guide to romance in Costa Brava

Photos by Sergi Reboredo

Embark on a romantic journey through the stunning landscapes of Costa Brava, the perfect destination for newlyweds seeking enchanting experiences in Catalonia.

Begin your romantic adventure in Girona, Catalonia’s most picturesque province. Explore the captivating capital, Girona, where the facades hanging over the Onyar River create a mesmerizing reflection. Stroll across the city’s various bridges and discover the hidden beauty of the buildings’ rear facades.
Then, experience the breathtaking beauty of Catalonia’s iconic natural park, Garrotxa, from a unique perspective. Just five kilometers from Olot, this volcanic area boasts 40 inactive volcanoes surrounded by red sand and lush forests. Take the exhilarating route by floating above it in a hot air balloon for a bird’s-eye view of this spectacular landscape.
Don’t forget to immerse yourselves in the medieval charm of Besalú, known for its starring role in “Game of Thrones.” With views of Canigó that inspired writers and artists, Besalú stands as one of Spain’s most beautiful medieval towns, offering a romantic backdrop for your journey.

Guide to romance in Costa Brava
Guide to romance in Costa Brava

Coastal bliss and arts&cultures

Experience the best of Spain’s beaches in Catalonia. Calella de Palafrugell stretches along sandy coves connected by coastal paths, creating a picturesque setting with fishing boats, pastel-colored buildings, and charming arches. Embrace the maritime atmosphere and discover the beauty of this seaside resort.

Also, explore the enchanting streets of Tossa de Mar, where the timeless allure of medieval villages meets the sea. Artists like Marc Chagall found inspiration in its labyrinth of alleys and stone facades adorned with flower pots. Climb up to the lighthouse for breathtaking sunset views.

Embark on a surreal journey at the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueres. Designed by Salvador Dalí himself, this museum is a surrealistic masterpiece. From the iconic geodesic dome to the provocative Mae West room, you’ll be immersed in the artist’s dreamlike world.

FInally, don’t forget to explore the ancient Benedictine monastery of Sant Pere de Rodes, a significant example of early Romanesque architecture. From its bell tower, enjoy panoramic views of the sea. As evening falls, experience the mist enveloping the monastery, creating a timeless atmosphere.

Guide to romance in Costa Brava
Guide to romance in Costa Brava

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