The Costa Brava; “Wild” or “Rough Coast” is a coastal region of northeastern Spain, in the province of Girona. The Costa Brava stretches from Blanes, 60 km (37 mi) northeast of Barcelona, to the French border. The area has a combination of a good climate, nature, excellent beaches and currently a favorable foreign exchange rate which makes Spain a relatively inexpensive tourist destination.
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The Generalitat de Catalunya defines the Costa Brava as the coastal region that stretches from the Franco-Spanish border to the mouth of the River Tordera, marking the border of the provinces of Girona and Barcelona. Costa Brava includes the coastal comarques of Alt Empordà, Baix Empordà, Selva and the inland comarques of Pla de l’Estany and Gironès.
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