Featured hotels in Costa Brava

  • £35

    Average price per night

    Pinar del Mar, Platja  d'Aro
    8.4 Very good 908 reviews

    6 people are looking at this moment

    Description This modern, elegant hotel is situated 300 metres from the beach in Platja d’Aro. It offers free internet in rooms and has a spa centre and an outdoor swimming pool.
    Review

    "The hotel was 1 by 1 as discribed, very comfort, romantic, clean, great"

    Arijana. Macedonia
  • £105

    Average price per night

    Hotel Planamar, Platja  d'Aro
    8.8 Fabulous 933 reviews
    Description Located on Platja d’Aro’s beach, this hotel has a rooftop swimming pool, hot tub and fitness centre. It offers air-conditioned rooms with a private balcony, free Wi-Fi and satellite TV.
    Review

    "Great location, the room was true if not better than the pictures. The staff were excellent when we checked in, very helpful and friendly. The facilities were much more than we expected, there's a great roof top pool area with great cabana's and great views. Breakfast was also very nice. We only stayed 1 night but we would definitely come back here."

    Sarah. United Arab Emirates
  • £118

    Average price per night

    Park Hotel San Jorge & Spa, Platja  d'Aro
    8.9 Fabulous 3,602 reviews

    10 people are looking at this moment

    Description Overlooking the Costa Brava headland of Cap Roig, Park Hotel San Jorge & Spa offers direct access to Bella Dona and Cap Roig Coves. It features an outdoor pool, spa and a free WiFi throughout.
    Review

    "What we expected and more. Myself and my mate travelled looking to spend 5 days relaxing and we certainly got it. Fantastic view from the balcony, beach a couple of minutes walk and is gorgeous. Breakfast..."

    Victoria Hazeldine. United Kingdom
  • £60

    Average price per night

    H·TOP Caleta Palace, Platja  d'Aro
    7.7 Good 2,491 reviews

    8 people are looking at this moment

    Description Located right on Cala Rovira Beach, H Top Caleta Palace offers an outdoor pool and gardens. Each spacious, air-conditioned room has a private balcony, some with sea views.
    Review

    "The staff is very friendly, the hotel offers a great half board, our room was with a wonderful sea view and we could see sunrise and sunset as well. Please don't forget to mention that you are sensitive..."

    Regina. Germany
  • £116

    Average price per night

    Hotel Cap Roig by Brava Hoteles, Platja  d'Aro
    8.1 Very good 1,844 reviews

    12 people are looking at this moment

    Description Built into the rocks of the Platja D’Aro coast, Hotel Cap Roig by Brava Hoteles enjoys stunning sea views from the pool. It features the relaxing Sa La Mar Spa.
    Review

    "Everything about the Hotel. Location, Staff, Food, Service and paying a little more for Superior Double Room with terrace and sea view was the icing on the cake."

    David. Spain
  • £72

    Average price per night

    NM Suites, Platja  d'Aro
    8.1 Very good 830 reviews

    7 people are looking at this moment

    Description The stylish, air-conditioned NM Suites are located just 70 metres from Platja d’Aro Beach. The complex offers free Wi-Fi in all areas and an outdoor pool, surrounded by pine gardens.
    Review

    "Pool area is excellent and gets a lot of sun light, opens until 7pm. Rooms are spacious and clean. Breakfast is amazing with option for outdoor sitting. They set up in the evening a nice small lounge next..."

    Nelissa. United Kingdom

Costa Brava highlights

Water sports on the Costa Brava
Go scuba diving in the Illes Medes, try snorkelling and kayaking through caves in Cala Montgo, or practice kitesurfing in Sant Pere Pescador!
Skydiving and hot air ballooning
Skydive Empuriabrava offers aerial entertainment including skydiving courses, therapeutic jumps, hot air balloon rides, or the experience of flying in a wind tunnel.
Camí de Ronda coastal path
Originally used for catching smugglers, this series of interconnected trails spans the Costa Brava, from the French border to Blanes.
Salvador Dalí's genius and Cadaques' natural beauty
Experience the stunningly surreal Dalí museum in Figueres, and visit the artist's former house in the charming fishing village of Cadaques.
Fine seafood dining in L'Escala
Famous for its mouth-wateringly fresh anchovy specialities, L'Escala's charming seafront restaurants offer some of the area's most exquisite seafood.
Cap de Creus Nature Reserve
Delightful and secretive coves, crystal-clear water and stunning rock formations await you at mainland Spain's most easterly point.
Medieval Sightseeing
The towns of Pals, Monells and Peratallada exhibit the beautiful architecture of medieval towers, bridges and castles.
Aquabrava Water Park
Located in Roses, this water park boasts 18 different rides of varying intensity, providing enjoyment for the whole family.
Tossa de Mar Castle
These ancient fortifications were declared a National Historic Monument in 1931, and overlook the charming medieval town of Tossa.
Nightlife in Lloret and Begur
Let your hair down in Lloret, or enjoy a classy night out in the medieval hilltop town of Begur.

Secluded Coves and Beaches in Droves

A beautiful part of Spain characterised by rocky coves and laidback life, the Costa Brava is set against the backdrop of mountains. Its 3 most famous resorts are Blanes, Lloret de Mar and Tossa de Mar, all home to several Costa Brava hotels on the beach.

The southernmost – Blanes – has the longest beach, while Tossa curves around a bay overlooked by a fort and medieval walls. Lloret has the most lively nightlife, with casinos, bars and restaurants staying open until the early hours.

However, the less known Costa Brava resorts also make great holiday destinations. Platja d’Aro has a long, sandy beach, while next door Sant Feliu de Guixols is centred around a small harbour. In Llafranc bay, turquoise water contrasts beautifully with the golden sand and rugged rocks.

Further north is l’Estartit where practically every hotel and apartment complex on Booking.com has its own pool, while L’Escala has access to lovely Blue Flag beaches. North, the landscape flattens out and a long beach goes all the way to Roses with its large marina. Around the headland is Cadaques, home to a Dalí museum in a house where he once lived.

Whether you choose one of the 5-star Costa Brava hotels, beachfront apartments or traditional B&Bs, you’ll probably arrive via Costa Brava Airport in Girona.

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