We will have to enjoy these next summer vacations with some variation with respect to what we were used to and even with what was already planned. Many will have had to cancel flight and accommodation reservations in destinations that, for the time being, cannot be visited.
But perhaps this year, within the upheaval and difficult situation we are experiencing, the opportunity will present itself to discover places that, being right here, nearby, have always been left for later and were not even known. One of these places that will surprise you with its beauty is the coast of Catalonia.
From the Pyrenees or the plain of Lleida, through the fishing villages of the coast to the cosmopolitan city of Barcelona, Catalonia is presented as a region of varied realities, which all together make this community a great destination to live and visit. . The truth is that, among all its attractions, the coast is possibly one of the most visited, and now that summer is here and the weather is good, it may be the most ideal place to get to know and get closer to its extraordinary beaches.
With its seven hundred kilometers of maritime strip, the Catalan coast is classified into four parts; The Costa Brava, the Maresme, the Garraf and the Costa Dorada. Without forgetting that the cosmopolitan Barcelona also has its beach, so a visit to this beautiful city will allow you to enjoy it without forgetting the sand and the sun.
Returning to the coast, or to the four coasts, and from north to south, we find the Costa Brava, located in the north of Catalonia and belonging to Girona. It has clean waters, hidden coves, small and very deep, landscapes with great vegetation and fishing ports. It is considered one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in Spain. Cadaqués and Dalí are two more than enough arguments to go.
The Costa del Maresme is located north of Barcelona with Mataró as its capital and with some 49 wide and very long beaches. Some of these beaches are: Arenys de Mar, Canet de Mar, Sant Pol de Mar, Pineda de Mar, Malgrat de Mar or Calella de la Costa.
The Costa del Garraf is located south of Barcelona, and shows us 20 beaches, a coastal section shorter than the previous ones. There are many areas that have cliffs and forests. Here is the famous Sitges.
To the south of Catalonia is the Costa Dorada, already in the province of Tarragona. It has a long coastline, it has about 60 beaches of fine sand and a golden color. Its waters are shallow so it is ideal to go with children, there is also Salou with its Port Aventura park.
This summer discover the coast of Catalonia. You can go by AVE or plane and rent a car, enjoy a few days of everything it offers and wonderful landscapes. Discover the coast of Catalonia, search for your rental with Expedia and start preparing your summer now.