Having just traipsed my way through Northern Spain, I’m now continuing on my journey to the Northeastern edge of Spain – Costa Brava. So named for its rugged coastline, Costa Brava stretches from Blanes to the French border.This region of Spain is known for its excellent beaches, Dalí’s renown art works and top-notch cuisine (home to the best restaurants in the world).
But that’s not the main aim of my trip: I’m here for a whirlpool of adventures and the Costa Brava Tourism Board promised me just that.
I’m heading to Girona as we speak and I’ll be spending the entire week getting a taste of the adventurous activities that Costa Brava has to offer. Along with a fun group of travel mates (travel bloggers from around the world), I’ll be exploring offbeat parts of the region and reporting back here.
Although the itinerary is kept a secret, I’m thrilled to share that it’ll include some crazy adventures like sky-diving, hot-air ballooning and scuba-diving! As the region is home to two of the best restaurants in the world (awarded the most Michelin stars), we might also be sampling some of its nouveau cuisine and talking to a few of Spain’s top chefs.
This experience was made possible by Costa Brava Tourism Board and Tourism Spain but all opinions are my own. Read more about my travels in Costa Brava here or follow me on Twitter with the #InCostaBrava hashtag.