Real estate services on the Costa Brava

Real estate services on the Costa Brava

La Costa Brava, Girona

Sometimes paradise is hidden just a stone`s throw away, as the small, hidden bays of the Costa Brava.

The Costa Brava in Catalonia is Spain’s magnificent “wild coast” where the Pyrenees come together with the Mediterranean Sea. It is the most beautiful coastline of the Mediterranean Sea with incredibly diverse breath-taking sceneries, desolated sandy beaches, high rocky cliffs, tiny coves with beautiful natural harbours, wildlife nature reserves and unspoiled marine parks.

The Costa Brava stretches for over 200 kilometres from the French/Spanish border town of Port Bou in the north to Blanes in the south.

Home and inspiration to the surrealist artist Salvador Dali, the Costa Brava’s “wild coast” is most spectacular around Cap de Creus. Places such as Puerto de la Selva (El Port de la Selva), Cadaques and Rosas (Roses) are very popular among yachtsmen as they offer the best and most dramatic cruising grounds of the whole Mediterranean Sea with many small bays (cala’s) forming natural harbours to anchor your yacht or boat. The Yacht Harbour of Rosas is one of the largest marinas on the Costa Brava which can even accommodate large mega yachts.

The endless sandy beach of the bay of Rosas (Roses) stretches from Rosas to La Escala (L’Escala) encompassing the resort towns of Ampuriabrava (Empuriabrava), San Pedro Pescador (Sant Pere Pescador) and Sant Marti d’Empuries.

Famous are also the casinos of Perelada (Peralada) and Lloret de Mar, real gamblers paradise.

The Costa Brava’s picturesque and charming fishing villages of Colera, Llanca, El Port de la Selva, Port Lligat, Cadaques, San Pedro Pescador, L’Escala, Llafranc and Palafrugell are most enchanting and display some excellent sea food restaurants where you can find the best paellas and fish suquets of Spain. The anchovies of L’Escala are world famous and the bay of Montjoi hides “El Bulli” the “Best Restaurant” in the world.

The mild Mediterranean climate with year round sunshine and very low humidity level invites to evasion and relaxation. Buying a holiday home or apartment on the Costa Brava promises exceptional holiday all year round.

The Costa Brava's close location to France makes it easily accessible for Europe Countries via the excellent motorway network and its proximity to Girona's, Barcelona's and Perpignan's International Airports. The fast European railway system TGV connects now London, Brussels and Paris to Figueres in a few hours.

Empuriabrava, Girona

Built more than 40 years ago, Empuriabrava has been developed as the perfect paradise for the amateur water sports enthusiast. Having your boat in your own private boat slip in front of your house, you can access the sea through the different canals and can visit a variety of gorgeous bays. Empuriabrava is unique and is often referred to as the Venice of Spain. Indeed, his 40 km of waterways makes Empuriabrava the largest residential marina in Europe.

But it is not only the waterways that make Empuriabrava so special. You will also find great variety of sports activities on the ground, in the air and on or under the sea.

Skydiving: Empuriabrava’s small airport is one of the largest and most famous skydiving centres in the world. It is a paradise for skydivers who jump into beautiful blue skies enjoying the magnificent view of the Bay of Rosas and of the villas and houses with private moorings surrounding the channels of Empuriabrava.

Golf: for the golfers, there are beautiful courses such as The Peralada y Torremirona Resort, where you can enjoy an excellent infrastructure. Also in Castello d’Empuries there is a small “Pitch and Putt”.

Mountain: if you are looking for skiing or hiking, you can find fantastic possibilities in the Pyrenees, located just 90 minutes away by car.

Food: you will find and a huge variety of restaurants, bars, cafes…

Scuba diving: the Medes Islands and Montgri Marine Nature Reserve are scuba diver’s paradise and offer the best diving of the Mediterranean Sea.

Roses, Girona

Roses or Rosas is a municipality in the region of l’Alt Empordá, province of Girona, in Catalonia (Spain). The city is in the center of the Bay to which it gives its name, the Bay of Roses.

Roses, municipality of contrasts, offers the visitor a wide range of places of interest. The natural environment is privileged, since it includes two natural parks: Cap de Creus, with the remarkable geological and botanical uniqueness of Cap Norfeu, and Aiguamolls de l'Empordà.

Since ancient times, the territory has hosted civilizations that have left their mark on an exceptional architectural heritage. Examples of this are the megalithic tombs present throughout its orography, where the largest dolmen in Catalonia stands out; the remains of the Greek and Roman civilizations, which can be admired in the Ciutadella architectural park, or the modernist or more current houses, such as the Town Hall or the Rozes house.

A bay with 3,000 years of history. Roses is a municipality with a Mediterranean essence and a marked tourist and seafaring tradition.

It is located in a unique natural environment: north of the Costa Brava, less than 30 km from the French border, 65 km from Girona and 160 km from Barcelona. Entrance gate of the Cap de Creus Natural Park, its origins date back to the 8th century BC, with the arrival of the Rodis and the founding of the Greek city of Rodes.

These historical events have been translated into the hallmarks of a modern, culturally active and generous population, the result of coexistence with other peoples and civilizations, of which we feel very proud and satisfied.

We invite you to navigate through a city full of charms and new sensations to discover - just as the first settlers did 3,000 years ago - where enjoying nature, culture, dolce farniente and traditions is a privilege Within everyone's reach. If we can make Rosas seduce you by the sunsets that are contemplated, by the friendly and hospitable mood of the people, by the historical legacy, by the tourist, sports and gastronomic offer, by the professionalism in the services it offers and by the infinite possibilities for fun and leisure, we will have reached our goal.

Real estate services on the Costa Brava
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