Costa Brava, Spain

The Costa Brava is a beautiful coastal region of northeastern Catalonia, Spain that is comprised of numerous unforgettable seaside villages and towns. Costa Brava quite literally means the ‘wild coast’ and the mountains really do seem to tumble into the sea. Stretching from its boundary on the outer edge of France to Blanes (37 miles northeast of Barcelona), and encompassing the diverse regions of the Alt Emporda, Baix Emporda and La Selva, the area is a popular tourism destination with a distinct Mediterranean flair.

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january
  • Epiphany
  • New Year’s Day
  • Parade of the 3 Kings

april
  • Feast of Sant Jordi
  • Passion of Christ

may
  • Girona Flower Fair

june
  • Catalan Music Festival
  • Corpus Christy Floral Carpet Festival
  • Feast of Sant Juan
  • Festival for Sant Pere
  • Human Tower
  • Medes Island Image and Environment (MIMA) Festival
  • Religious Music and Food of the World Festival (through July)

july
  • Artisan Beer Festival
  • Costa Brava International Firework Competition
  • Festival of Giants
  • Festival of Mare de Deu del Carme
  • Festival of Santa Ana
  • Habanera Festival
  • Swim from L’Estartit to Illes Medes

august
  • Assumption
  • Festival of Mare de Deu del Carme
  • Festival of Sant Genis
  • Festival of the Sea

september
  • Festival Internacional de Músiques
  • Festival of Pirates
  • Indianos Colonial Fair
  • Land of the Troubadours Festival
  • Napoleonic Festival
  • National Day of Catalonia
  • Sant Primuns and Felician Festival
  • Summer Festival
  • El Tura Festival

october
  • Anchovy Festival
  • Festival of Giants World Fair

november
  • All Saints Day

december
  • Christmas Day
  • Constitution Day
  • Immaculate Conception
  • St. Stephen's Day
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