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In 1908, journalist Ferran Agulló coined the term Costa Brava to describe the wild, precipitous, wooded landscape of the Girona province coastline from Blanes to Portbou. This incomparable setting is home to around a hundred striking beaches which have been regarded as top order tourist destinations since the mid 20th century and the quality of which has been acknowledged year after year with the award of numerous blue flags by the Foundation for Environmental Education in Europe.

The Costa Brava has all kinds of beaches for all kinds of tastes. You can discover both small and larger coves, some of which are hard to reach by land, ideal for enjoying your peace of mind if you have access to a boat. There are also long stretches of beach where you can participate in sports including windsurfing and fascinating seabeds for scuba diving enthusiasts, such as the Cabo de Creus and Islas Medas nature reserves. Moreover, some of these coves and beaches feature bars and restaurants where you can enjoy the traditional Catalan cuisine by the sea.

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