Costa Brava

The Costa Brava is a name that sounds good! A rocky and jagged coastline, particularly where the Pyrenees conspicuous relief, what then are some great sandy beaches that take over creeks further south. Throughout the summer season, this coast attracts many tourists and French, due to its border proximity;. this coast begins in effect after the red-brown cliffs of the Côte Vermeille History of Costa Brava, cultures and traditions on the Costa Brava, there are two languages official;. Catalan and Castilian most people generally know how to speak both languages ??and language comprehension problems are rare most signs are in Catalan only, and the administration, in. the street, the Catalan language prevails. the main Catalan television channel TV3, broadcasts its programs entirely in Catalan. the Costa Brava in Catalonia, in the northeast of Spain. The coast is formed by cliffs and a mix of pebble beaches and sandy beaches. The most popular resorts are: Lloret del mar, Salou and Tarragona. If you like casinos and luxurious rooms, go to Lloret de Mar. The unsung jewel of the Costa Brava is Tossa de Mar, a pretty fishing village with quaint cobbled streets and whitewashed houses that mass tourism has not killed. Make sure not to visit Girona and Cadaques for its Dali museum. Costa Brava means 'wild coast', and we can not say that the name is still appropriate instead: Many coastal resorts are indeed marked by buildings that blight the sea, as these large bars of hotels 50-60 years, with little concern for aesthetics. But there is the assured sun, heat and the Mediterranean, with amazing clarity, and then, with this relief rugged, the Costa Brava are not concreted, and there are still many coves

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