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Costa Brava is a coastal region in northeastern Catalonia, Spain. It literally translates as "Rugged Coast". The region has been recognised for its tourism potential since half a century back. Blessed with a good summer climate, its excellent beaches were considered prime tourist hunting grounds, especially for those coming from Northern Europe and the United Kingdom. Costa Brava has many attractions, including Salvador Dalí house museum at Portlligat; the Greek and Roman ruins at Empúries; the fortifications at Roses; Medes islands (l'Estartit) etc.
When travelling from North to South, these Costa Brava destinations come highly recommended: the Greek and Roman ruins at Empúries, Salvador Dalí house museum at Portlligat; the fortifications at Roses, Medes islands (l'Estartit), the medieval villages of Pals and Peratallada, the botanical gardens at Blanes, Lloret de Mar and Calella de Palafrugell.
While much of Costa Brava's coastline has undergone rapid development, there are still some parts that retain a traditional look, becoming frequent hiding spots for tourists wishing for more things than just sun, sand and sangria.

As early as the 1950s, Costa Brava had been praised for its tourism potential. It enjoys a very good summer climate and its excellent beaches was considered prime tourist hunting grounds especially those coming in from Northern Europe and the United Kingdom. With the influx of tourists, seaside resorts such as Tossa de Mar, Lloret de Mar and L'Estartit sprung up. Tourism quickly replaced fishing as the primary mode of employment.

When travelling from North to South, these Costa Brava destinations come highly recommended: the Greek and Roman ruins at Empries, Salvador Dal house museum at Portlligat; the fortifications at Roses, Medes islands (lEstartit), the medieval villages of Pals and Peratallada, the botanical gardens at Blanes, Lloret de Mar and Calella de Palafrugell.

While much of Costa Bravas coastline has undergone rapid development, there are still some parts that retain a traditional look, becoming frequent hiding spots for tourists wishing for more things than just sun, sand and sangria.
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