Costa Brava, Spain 2022

The Costa Brava (Catalan for rugged, wild coast) is a 200 km stretch of Mediterranean coast in Catalonia (Girona) in northeastern Spain, from Portbou on the French border. ) and continues to Blanes, where it joins the Costa del Maresme.

The Costa Brava and Maresme are some of the most famous in Spain. Popular destinations are Lloret de Mar, Blanes, Malgrat de Mar, Rosas, Estartit and Platja d'Aro. In addition to beautiful beaches, all of these destinations also offer vibrant nightlife. If you don't want to spend a day at the beach, the hinterland of these beautiful coasts also offers plenty of options. For example, you can take a trip to the beautiful city of Barcelona, ​​where you can visit Las Ramblas and the world-famous FC Barcelona stadium, Camp Nou. You can also visit the DalĂ­ Museum in Figueres or experience a real Spanish party in a medieval castle.

Malgrat de Mar is without a doubt the most comfortable and beautiful seaside resort on the northeastern coast of Spain. A mile-long pleasant boulevard with  bars, restaurants and shops connects the town to Santa Susanna, popular seaside resort on the Spanish coast. Of course, there is a lot to do and experience in Malgrat de Mar. Think about it: relaxing on the beach, strolling along the boulevard, enjoying the atmospheric patio, getting out and exploring the hinterland. In the picturesque old center you can walk through narrow streets and cozy squares with beautiful churches and restaurants. Surprise with local clothing and footwear brands.

Check out our summer 2020 vacancies.
This year we made great memories in Malgrat de Mar, Catalonia.