Why do tourists want to rent holiday villas in Spain on the Costa Brava? There is no simple answer to this question, as this beautiful area of Spain means different things to different people. Some people book holiday villas and apartments there because they love the sunny climate. Other people choose to book their holiday rentals in Spain on this coast because the Costa Brava is a region of extraordinary natural beauty. Other attractions include the many excellent golf courses and the fact that the Costa Brava was the birth-place of the world-famous artist Salvador Dali. Read on to find out more about this enchanting coast December Global Holidays.
As mentioned previously many people rent holiday villas in Spain on the Costa Brava because they love its typically Mediterranean climate. In the summer the weather is warm and sunny with slightly cooler evenings. According to statistics, virtually every day is sunny and bright, however the region has influences of wet winds from the south and cold winds from the north, particularly the Tramontana. If you book holiday villas or apartments in the wintertime you will find that the weather is mild and still quite suitable for walks and sightseeing. The average temperature is 16 degrees Centigrade and though the region is mostly bright and sunny, there is ample rainfall, around 600 – 700 mm which falls mainly during winter.
Another attraction of the Costa Brava is the natural beauty of the countryside. It is the perfect holiday escape and an ideal place to book your holiday villas in Spain if you like golden beaches, rocky gorges, unspoiled nooks, sheltered coves, and some of the most beautiful scenery in the Mediterranean. If you are travelling by car or have hired a car you should explore the coastal road heading north from Lloret de Mar to Sant Feliu and Platja d’Aro. The winding road between Tossa de Mar and Sant Feliu is considered to be one of the most beautiful coastal routes in Spain and is a great way to explore the charming towns and villages dotted along the Costa Brava. The Costa Brava has a great deal to offer if you rent holiday villas or apartments in this area, the following are a few places you might want to visit: the mountains of the Montseny, the volcanoes of La Garrotxa (natural park) and the famous lake of Banyoles.
Costa Brava is also becoming a dream destination for a golf holiday in Spain as there are an increasing number of golf courses being created throughout this region. For example Peralada Golf course is one of the most beautiful golf courses in Catalonia, it is an attractive and relaxing course for players of all levels. Another popular golf club is the Girona Golf Club which was founded in 1992 and designed by FG Hawtree, who described it as one of his finest creations. As well as golf, visitors who book holiday villas in Spain on the Costa Brava who are in search of action and adventure can enjoy para-sailing, diving and surfing.