Costa Brava, Spain
In Costa Brava, the three Magi bring the Christmas gifts as shown in this video. During sunset, the legend says, a ship comes and the three magi come to land.
Why do tourists like Costa Brava so much? Costa Brava means ‘wild coast’ and this describes the character of the coast line. In many parts cliffs dominate the coast, offering an astonishing view you should not miss. Standing on the top of a cliff waiting for the sun in the morning, or listening to the waves crushing on the cliffs is an unforgettable experience.
Of course this region offers a lot more sights and attractions like fine sandy beaches or numerous charming villages and these are only a few aspects. Your holiday in a NOVASOL holiday home offers you and your family everything you desire. You can either go on a relaxed holiday on the beach or see cultural highlights like Montserrat; an abbey built on the top of a mountain. Even the way up there offers unique views. You can also visit the volcanoes of Garrotxa or go climbing or hiking in the Pyrenees.
The most interesting and busy city in the area is Barcelona. Here you can find the street ‘La Rambla’. It starts by the old harbour in the south and ends by the ‘Plaza de Cataluña’ in the north. Along the street you can find a lot of restaurants, fashion stores, beautiful smelling flowers, ‘Tapas-Bars’ for typical Spanish food and artists showcasing their works of art. Maybe you will order a glass of Sangria and stay for a moment to experience the flair of this city. NOVASOL offers a lot of holiday homes around this area so you can visit this city in a relaxed way.
Empuriabrava is also great to visit. Wide fine sandy beaches, perhaps just in front of your NOVASOL holiday home, that characterize this town are perfect for small children and people who love to sail, because it is crossed by canals where nearly every house owner has a small boat.
Costa Brava is exciting to visit no matter what time of year it is and staying in a NOVASOL holiday home will make the trip even more pleasant.