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Reviews of our villas in Costa Brava

We have 722 reviews of our villas in Costa Brava.

September 2019

Fabulous location, very large,traditional house but be aware- its on the hill! Lots of steps! But what a view! Wish I booked for a month! Very homely,comfortable atmosphere. Loved it.

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Barbara Family from Kildare, Ireland
August 2019

The communication during booking & whilst at the villa was very good & efficient. The location was as expected as we were aware that we needed a car to get around, but be warned it really is up some very steep hills. The villa appeared as in the pictures. We booked the villa as a party of 8 & yet there were only 4 sun loungers & 6 chairs around the outside table. There were nails protruding around the far side of the decking around the pool & the basketball ring & dart board had no ball or darts to use. There were no bath mats, the bed sheets barely covered the beds, only 1 flat pillow per person, & we had to buy our own tea towels. All of these minor things aside, we had a comfortable & enjoyable stay.

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Amanda Family from Rugby , United Kingdom
July 2019

Loved the pool, house etc Had thought it was walking distance from sa tuna but actually location is further south than pin on advert shows meaning the need to drive to the beach. The region is fantastic...3 weeks next time!

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Wesley Family from Ashby De La Zouch, United Kingdom
May 2019

The house is in perfect condition. It is ideal to spend a few days on vacation with your pool and the beach at 15 minutes. Site to leave 3 or 4 cars new materials. They leave towels. The only thing to highlight bad is that the first day we failed a little electricity but they repaired immediately. I would also highlight that there is a lack of detergent for the dishes or to leave a couple of tablets for the dishwasher.

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Renter: Iu C.
Iu C.
April 2019

Amazing family home on the top of the hills of Begur. Very complete home with fully equipped kitchen including basic cooking ingredients as herbs and olive oil, a dedicated washing area with washing machine ánd dryer. Home is in a very quiet area and very well secured with electric blinders and gated garden. Check-in with Interhome was quick and efficient. If any drawback, I would say the check-out time could be later (12.00 instead of 10.00) to allow for a more comfortable checkout. Other than that, would recommend without any doubt!

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Renter: Belén L.
Belén L.
April 2019

The villa is very pretty. We regret not having seen anyone from the agency to guide us. We were delivering a little to ourselves. We had a pleasant stay.

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Renter: Julie A.
Julie A.

Travel guide

Villas in the Costa Brava

The Costa Brava, which translates to 'rugged coast' in Spanish, is the northernmost and arguably the most beautiful of the Costas, situated in northeastern Spain in the province of Girona. Known for its pristine Mediterranean beaches, Michelin star cuisine and historic architecture, this coastal paradise is the perfect package when it comes to sunny escapes. Boasting a 60km stretch of glorious fine sand and shallow waters, this diverse region reaches all the way from the seaside town of Blanes to the French border.

The Costa Brava is famous for its crystal-clear Blue Flag beaches, with plenty of smaller fishing towns where families can enjoy a quieter side of Spain. Its picture-perfect landscape is a haven for nature lovers and adventure seekers who come to explore the many scenic hiking and cycling trails, rural terrain and picturesque bays and coves. The region's impressive natural beauty has even inspired the likes of Dalí, Miró and Picasso, who leave behind a legacy of world-famous surrealist art. A foody's paradise, there are over 2,500 restaurants in the Costa Brava's Girona province and a wine making history spanning over 2,500 years. Taste the delights of the catch of the day with fresh Catalan seafood in abundance, as well as an international cuisine. Explore the local vineyards with a wine tasting tour and discover a tradition that has been perfected over two millenia.

For nature lovers, there are plenty of natural parks to explore, from the exotic botanical gardens of Jardi Botanic de Cap Roig, to Cap de Creus National Park with its protected species of wildlife. Golfers will be in their element, as the Costa Brava is home to some of Spain's most famous 18-hole courses.

Whether you're a couple, family, or a big group of friends, our Clickstay rentals put you at the heart of it all.

Key holiday info

  • A flight from the UK to Girona Airport takes approx. 2 hours, however Barcelona is the Costa Brava's main neighbouring city and closest airport, so flying to Barcelona may be the better option for you.
  • July is the hottest month with an average temperature of 24°C, falling to 8°C in winter.
  • The Costa Brava is home to Spain's most popular golf course, PGA Catalunya.
  • The Costa Brava has the highest concentration of Michelin Star restaurants; 20 of them are located in the province of Girona.
  • The Blue Flag beaches of Tossa de Mar are a paradise for sun worshippers, with everything from secluded bays to snorkeling spots and even naturalist beaches.
  • In total, the Costa Brava's glorious coastline has approx. 250 beaches and coves!

Where to go in Costa Brava


Watch the sun set from Roses (or Rosas in Spanish) in the province of Girona. It is the only resort facing west and home to the largest fishing fleet on the Costa Brava. Sunworshippers will love Roses as all its beaches are Blue Flag and family-friendly!

Tossa de Mar

103km north of Barcelona, the ancient walled city of Tossa de Mar is known as the 'blue paradise', inspiring famous artists and Hollywood stars such as Ava Gardner. Explore its hidden bays and famous La Vila Vella castle for a mix of culture and natural beauty.


Palamós in Girona province is a small fishing town 100km south of the French border. It is surrounded by mountain valleys and natural springs. Remants of its fascinating medieval past can be found in the old town, with its ancient castle and cobbled alleyways.

Lloret de Mar

The coastal town of Lloret de Mar lies 40km south of Girona. Once a fishing village, the coast has been transformed into a thriving tourist resort boasting some stunning Blue Flag beaches. A must-see is the fairytale-like castle of Sant Joan at the top of the cliff.

Calella de Palafrugell

Known as the 'Devon of Spain', experience an authentic Spanish holiday at Calella de Palafrugell fishing village, situated in the region of Bajo Ampurdián. Discover charming coves and shallow water beaches perfect for relaxing with the whole family.


Enjoy the laid-back life in sleepy Begur, a 50 minute drive from Girona. Its beautiful coast overlooks the 7 Medes Islands, a protected marine reserve since 1973. Discover medieval remnants in the old quarter, as well as a string of atmospheric restaurants and cosy shops.

A beginner's guide to renting a villa in the Costa Brava

With some 160km of coastline, the costa Brava is the perfect destination for a Mediterranean beach break. Situated in northeastern Spain, it has been dubbed as the 'wild coast', boasting a gorgeous landscape of mountains, rivers, coves and 28 Blue Flag beaches to soak up the sunshine.

Key destinations include:

Take a visit to the beautiful Cap de Creus, in the far northeast of Catalonia and discover its hidden coves and rugged coastline, where the rocks here were used in some of Dalí's paintings. Signpost paths will lead you to the small beaches dotted around the region, while excursions from here will take you to the nearby towns of Llançà, El Port de la Selva, La Selva de Mar, Cadaqués, Roses, Palau-saverdera, Vilajuïga and Pau.

Discover architectural wonders just outside the historic 17th century town of L’Escala and take a step back in time with fascinating Roman and Greek remnants, from the ruins of ancient villages to the remains of an amphitheatre. Make a visit to the archaeological museum here and see some of the elaborate mosaics on display.

Unwind in the fishing village of Palafrugell, home to Cap Roig Botanical Gardens, where nature lovers can marvel at the colourful displays of exotic flora and fauna. Nestled under the 20th century hilltop castle, it houses over 100 species of Mediterranean plant life, with over 22 sections of garden to explore. The famous Cap Roig music festival is held here every July and August, with over 20 concerts taking place. The stage has seen many a famous performer, from Bob Dylan to James Morrison.

Families with young children will love Aqua Brava Water Park, with Europe's biggest wave pool, mazes, towers and a tropical island climbing frame. Or why not take a surreal trip to the magnificently pink Salvador Dalí Museum, just outside Cadaques, with its 7-foot tall stuffed bear and quirky garden. 

Golfers will love the Costa Brava, as some of the best golf resorts in Spain are right here with PGA Catalunya rated the best in Spain, ranking the fifth most popular in Europe, with world-class facilities and regular tournaments.

Did you know...

  • Famous masterpieces such as 'Costa Brava Sunset' by Bherens were inspired by this beautiful region, and artists like Picasso, Dalí and Miró spent much of their formative years in Catalonia.
  • 1/3 of the province of Girona is protected land, with 8 natural parks and 4 botanical gardens!
  • The famous Dali Triangle; The Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueres, the Salvador Dalí House-Museum in Portlligat and the Gala Dalí Castle in Púbol is a must-see for art lovers.
  • The Costa Brava and Girona Pyrenees boast 13 golf courses, with 5 rated the best in Spain!

Discover Costa Brava

Take a look at our blog posts about where to go in Costa Brava and what to do on your holiday in Costa Brava.

Top 6 Hidden Gems of Costa Brava

29 March 2019 Posted in Spain, Destinations

Spain is one of the most visited holiday destinations in the world, with golden beaches, warm climate and turquoise waters. So for those of you who think you've 'done' Spain, we've put together some hidden gems you might not know about in Costa Brava. 

10 Best Beach Resorts Near Girona Airport

5 July 2019 Posted in Spain, General

Flying into Girona Airport? Discover the best beach resorts a short drive away.

4 Reasons To Visit Empuriabrava

20 March 2019 Posted in Family Holidays, Spain

Empuriabrava is an enchanting town of winding waterways, colourful riverside houses and award-winning beaches. And that's just scratching the surface - here are 4 reasons you should visit this unique resort.