One of the most beautiful coastal areas of Europe, the Costa Brava, stretches from the French border to shortly before Barcelona. Not only long sandy beaches and wildly romantic bays with turquoise blue water enchant the visitor, but also the Catalonian hinterland with its mountain landscapes, pine forests and fertile plains characterize this part of Spain. The extremely mild climate and pleasant water temperatures are only two reasons for the popularity of the Costa Brava.
Day 1: Arrival for the overnight stay in the Lyon area. Room distribution and dinner
2nd day arrival at the Costa Brava
After breakfast the journey continues through the Rhone valley to Orange-Beziers-Perpignon (border) - Elne-Rosas.
Rosas - embedded in a unique natural setting in the north of the Costa Brava.
The coastline is extremely varied and offers both steep rocky slopes and small, hidden bays with crystal clear water as well as wide, fine sandy beach sections that run flat and far into the sea.
The Hotel Prestige Victoria Hotel & Spa Elit awaits you at the beach of Santa Margarita in the bay of Roses. With direct access to the beach, the hotel offers a quiet and friendly atmosphere. It has an outdoor swimming pool, a garden with sunbathing area and access to the beach. The modern rooms are equipped with bathroom, hairdryer, balcony, air conditioning and heating, telephone, TV and minibar. In the restaurant you can enjoy the best of regional and international cuisine from the buffet.
The Victoria Hotel offers you a modern and exclusive spa for the care of your health, beauty and well-being.
Very special facilities with a team of professionals perfectly qualified for facials, hydrotherapy, Scottish shower, whirlpool baths with phyto essences, paraffin, foot reflexology, mud packs and body peeling massages of various kinds. (Applications & treatments not included in tour price and payable on site)
3rd - 13th day stay in Rosas - Santa Margarida
Excursions included in the tour price:
Day trip to Barcelona with tour guide
Situated in the north of Spain on the Mediterranean Sea, Barcelona is certainly the most economically active and cosmopolitan city in this country. The oldest part of the city is the Gothic Quarter, a bustling maze of narrow streets and small street cafés. In the heart of the city, the Gothic cathedral rises to the top as a visible competitor to a building erected much later - the church Sagrada Familia, a work by Gaudi, unfinished and excessive. Enjoy the colourful hustle and bustle during a stroll along the "Ramblas", the most famous Spanish promenade.
Half day trip to Cadaqués
Cadaqués, a village that couldn't be more picturesque. The famous painter Salvador Dalí, who spent many days of his childhood here and later made the charming fishing village his home, certainly thought so too. Cadaqués is associated with bright sunshine, inviting beaches, quiet bays, crystal-clear water, bright white houses: Just a picture-book village, embedded in an equally picturesque landscape.
Half day trip to Figueras to the weekly market
Possibility to visit the weekly market or the Dali Museum.
14th day journey home
Well rested and with many beautiful memories we start our journey home.