Why live in Costa Brava

The Costa Brava, Girona, Spain.

Located between the Mediterranean and the Pyrenees.

Living in these latitudes is to have the privilege of enjoying one of the most beautiful places on earth. Its mild weather is one of the essential factors, the average annual temperature is about 17º average, with moderate rainfall, with over three hundred days of sunshine per year, ideal to ensure a feeling of well being.

Its regions Baix Empordà and Alt Empordà, Gironès, La Selva, Garrotxa, Pla de L'Estany, Ripollès and Osona. Each with its own personality and charm make the traveler enjoy the thousand different ways.

When you have free time much more to do. The more than two hundred and forty kilometers of coastline for all kinds of water sports, walking, photography, tourism colic, numerous coves and large beaches each year attract millions of tourists worldwide. But Girona is not just beach but also mountain.

Over the mountains of the Pyrenees are truly unique landscapes, large natural parks and the possibility of adventure sports and winter.

Its cuisine is extraordinary. The passion for cooking is lived in every corner, start gastronomy here one of his most famous silent revolutions, starting with Ferran Adrià (El Billu) and Roca (Celler de Can Roca) brothers along with a long list of professionals with much talent that makes this job a blessing for anyone who wants to enjoy these virtuosos of the stove. So it is no coincidence that the restaurants in the province of Girona accumulate more than 20 Michelin stars.

Girona city is the cradle of ancient civilizations such as the Roman where you can visit among others the historic center of Girona, the Citadel of Roses or the ruins of Empúries.

The Costa Brava is well connected by land, sea and air. Modern and well-sized infrastructure facilitate access quickly anywhere in the entire coastline.

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