This stunning 4 star secret hotel is located close to one of the area’s most idyllic beaches, and provides guests with a host of superb leisure facilities to make your stay in Costa Brava one you will never forget.
Bedrooms are spacious and provide guests with a comfortable and peaceful area to relax and enjoy a great night’s sleep. Each room is equipped with air conditioning and an en-suite bathroom for your convenience, as well as a range of modern comforts including high-speed Wi-Fi access, satellite television, and a private balcony or terrace.
There are a number of excellent leisure facilities available for guests to enjoy here, including both indoor and outdoor swimming pools, as well as a sauna, Jacuzzi, and a hammam. Guests can relax and enjoy a drink on the fully furnished sun terrace, as well as tuck into the superb buffet from the hotel restaurant. Dishes include a range of Spanish and international cuisine, and there are plenty of restaurants and bars along the beach just a few minutes walk from the hotel as well.
One of Costa Brava’s most popular cultural institutions to visit is the iconic quirky house of Salvador Dali, which has now been converted into a museum for the public. Home to the surrealist painter for over 50 years, Dali moved to the home in Portlligat in 1930, as he was attracted by the beautiful landscape and isolation of the area. In keeping with the artists’ distinct personality, the museum features a number of bizarre and unusual items, including being greeted in the lobby area by a 7 feet tall stuffed bear. After exploring the many rooms of the house and admiring some of the works that are kept here, you can purchase a souvenir from the gift shop before visiting more of the local area of this quaint little town.
The Cathedral of Saint Mary of Girona is one of Spain’s most recognisable religious institutions, largely due to the building owning the widest Gothic nave in the world. Since construction first began in the 11th century the design of the building has shifted from Romanesque to Gothic to Baroque, with the final part of the latter development being completed in 1961. The church has two bell towers, as well as beautiful stained glass windows and an impressive white marble altar that dates back to the 11th century. Visitors are encouraged to sit down and take in the calm and peaceful atmosphere here, as well as admiring the beautiful interior.
Have a wonderful time in Costa Brava!