Information about the surroundings of this holiday villa :
About the city Lloret de Mar
Lloret de Mar, a former fishing village that is now one of the most delightful coastal resorts in Costa Brava, is a destination where all the advantages of modern progress are combined with a sense of tradition, giving you a great experience of the fascinating and ever-evolving cultural heritage of Catalonia. This gives Lloret de mar a unique cozy atmosphere of the old towns center with a labyrinth of shopping streets as well as an active nightlife with many pubs and clubs. In idyllic positions close to a wide selection of spectacular beaches, excellent restaurants and world-class golf courses, a holiday villa in Lloret de Mar is the best way for you to enjoy the excellent opportunities for leisure, recreation, entertainment and relaxation that exist here - for smaller or bigger families or groups of friends, a holiday villa in Lloret de Mar will perfectly suit your vacation requirements, sometimes found in more secluded spots in the lovely, beautiful Catalonian countryside framed by the majestic Pirenees that can be seen from virtually any holiday rental accommodation in Lloret de Mar. The CostaCabana Holiday homes in Lloret de Mar are within easy reach of many other historic villages and towns in the region, as well as the cosmopolitan cities of Girona and Barcelona - holiday villas in Lloret de Mar are an ideal choice of holiday accommodation in Costa Brava for anyone with a passion for Spanish history, art and culture.
About the region Costa Brava
Costa Brava, with it's length of about 100 km, runs from Blanes to Port Bou near the French border. This makes the Costa Brava a very popular holiday destination for tourist who travel by car. In the South of the Costa Brava you will find the La Selva district, between the town of Blanes and Tossa de Mar. All our villas are situated in this district. The Romans too knew that your days are best spend at the 'Rough Coast'. In the several fisherman villages you will find remains of this period, with the burrow of Tossa de Mar as a jewel on the crown. The kindness of the climate ( in winter the temperatures rarely drops below zero degrees and well is well above 30 degres in the summer), make it possible to enjoy this extraordinarily beautiful rugged coastline and the several sandy beaches year round. Together with the hearthwarming character of the local populace, the rich historical past, the lovely green hills and the varied exquisite kitchen makes the Costa Brava a holiday region which has a lot going for itself. Drawn by these riches, many famous artist have found serenity and peace at this Spanish part of coast.