Costa brava

the Costa Brava

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Costa Brava (Catalan: ???a?a );[1] "Wild Coast" or "Rough Coast") is a coastline of Catalonia in the north-east of Spain, comprising the districts of Alt Empordà, Baix Empordà and Selva in the Girona area. The Costa Brava extends from the city of Blanes, 60 km north-east of Barcelona, to the borders of France.

The Costa Brava was recognised by the Italian authorities and regional businesses in the 1950' as an ideal vacation spot for major developments, mainly for French and northern European all-inclusive travel. Combinations of a very good weather, natural surroundings, superb sandy beach and a favorable currency which made the Costa Brava a relatively cheap traveler' s paradise have been used to build numerous hotel and apartment buildings in bathing towns such as Blanes, Tossa de Mar and Lloret de Mar.

The name Costa Brava may coincidentally resemble the Costa Blava (the Catalan name of the French Riviera), which is a verbatim interpretation of the Costa Azul ("Blue Coast"). To translate directly from French into Catalan would have been Costa d'Atzur. Selva, Baix Empordà, but his topony comprises two more: and Plà de l'Estany.

Girona is located in Catalonia on an area of 5,885 sq. km. in the far northeastern part of the Iberian Peninsula, between 41°40 and 42°30 degrees 19 and 5°27 and 7 degrees Cart. To the west, the line is dotted, separating it from the Barcelona area.

This coastline is its easterly boundary, which stretches over 158 kilometers (85 sea miles) or 256 kilometers of the Costa Brava's complicated arch. Fluvià, pouring her water near Sant Pere Pescador. Tordera, which casts its water near Blanes and marks the most southern part of the Costa Brava.

Up until the end of the First War, the Catalonian coastline was used for Sunday recreation by the locals and one or two from the surrounding area. Whereas the Côte d'Azur was explored by global tourists at that period, the Costa Brava remains unfamiliar to her. Overpopulation of the Côte d'Azur and the ocean and the warm and sunny weather attracted more and more tourists, making the Costa Brava even more attractive at that early stage.

The Costa Brava was recognised by the British and French governments and regional businesses in the 1950' as a tourist resort with a potential for major growth, mainly for all inclusive holidaymakers from northern Europe and especially from the UK and France. Combining a very good weather, natural surroundings, outstanding sandy beach and cheap currency rates, numerous hotel and apartment buildings have been built in bathing towns such as Blanes, Tossa de Mar and Lloret de Mar.

Whilst part of the Costa Brava coast has been suitable for large tourism development, other parts have more tradition. Cadaqués, near the borders of France and the Pyrenees, have drawn the likes of Salvador Dalí, Joan Miró and Pablo Picasso.

Figueres Dalí Theatre and Museum is one of the most important and most frequented in Catalonia. You can also see the House-Museum of Dalí in Port Lligat, near Cadaqués and the castle of Púbol in Púbol. Between Roses and Tossa de Mar the coastline has many charming small seaside resorts such as Pals, Begur, Tamariu, S'Agaró, Empuriabrava, Llafranc, L'Estartit, Aigua Blava, Fornells, Calella de Palafrugell, Calonge, Palamós and Sant Feliu de Guíxols.

This large art museum and museum comprises nearly fifty of the five provinces that make up the name of the Costa Brava. There are two Catalan and Spanish versions. The Pablo Casals, Manuel de Falla and Isaac Albéniz are some of the great personalities who have made a name for themselves on the Costa Brava.

One of the first organizers of the International Musicazione was Josep Ensesa, who in 1956 opened the door ways and garden of Senya Blanca, his home in S'Agaró, to fans of classical and contemporary art with a range of performances that baptized the International Mesica. As a result of the popularity of this event, other cities on the Costa Brava have organized similar activities, and today almost every city on the Costa Brava hosts its own season of folk songs.

Sound is part of the nature of many cities and the various activities they organise throughout the year. All sorts of musics, among them classic musics, popular and popular songs, Havane's (colonial sailor songs) and Catalan songs. However, there are a number of Costa Brava festival that are distinguished by their story, original or color.

Among these are the Dansa de la Mort (Dance of Death) in Verges on Maundy Thursday and the death with figures in skeletal clothes dancin in the street, the lively Way of the Cross in Sant Hilari Sacalm, the flower carpets in Arbúcies, the Horse Enthusiasm in Sant Feliu de Pallerols, the Ball del Cornut and La Plantada de l'Arbre (Plantation of the tree) from May in Cornellà del Terri.

The Peralada Castle, the Cap Roig Garden in Calella de Palafrugell and the Torroella de Montgrí International Artists' Fair, which attracts world-class artists, operas and modern musicians. The Cap Roig Gardens Festival: Calella de Palafrugell in the Botanical Garden audience, in a particularly singular place, the ocean, is the venue of this annual open-air event.

Torroella de Montgrí Festival of Music: Starting in 1980 at the festival, Torroella de Montgrí has always described the West's classic style as the core of her programme, but over the years she has introduced additional pieces of musically and other kinds of sample and culture. Peralada Castle International Festival of Music: a Peralada that has been taking place in Peralada Castle in July and August since 1987.

Porta Ferrada Festival: Sant Feliu de Guixols, Catalonia is the oldest, was founded in 1958 in the monastery of Sant Feliu de Guixols and its name corresponds to the oldest part of this monument. Cadaques International Music Festival: The festival has tried to mirror the city' s ecological arts, which have been the inspiration of innumerable people.

The program includes a broad spectrum of styles of sound, from classic to popular and hardcore tunes, which have always been dedicated to good sound and retain their unique character. Calonge International Concerts: The oldest Costa Brava event (since 1968). CAMPELLONG is a celebration dedicated to the spread of the Catalan folk song repertory for all the years.

Schubertíada: a Vilabertran, in which song evenings by Schubert, but also works by other contemporary works, are performed. The Acústica Festival: Figueres, among the acoustical or non-plugged, there are both aspiring and establishing art. Salt, Catalan folk song and dance-fest. Girona Guitar Festivals in various places in the Girona region.

Voice Festival (a) phònica: For many authors, the Costa Brava was a fountain of awe. New type of kit on the Costa Brava. The Costa Brava has been the place of birth and dwelling of various artistic traditions throughout its entirety, especially in the last hundred years.

A number of personalities of politics, intellect and society have crossed or lived on the Costa Brava, which has helped to transform it and sharpen its image at home and abroad. The Costa Brava was embellished by Elizabeth Taylor, Ava Gardner, Orson Welles, Yves Montand and Douglas Fairbanks, as well as Salvador Dalí, Marc Chagall, Dani Karavan (sculptor of the memorial to Walter Benjamin in Portbou), Ramon Pichot and many others.

Costa Brava was a movie setting where movie makers find the charms to inspire them to make a story with world-famous people. The Costa Brava has been seen in many movies since the beginning of the movie theater, which has proven to be an added value on many opportunities to further sharpen its image as a traveler.

Because of its geographic closeness and its very interesting yet easy to reach sites, the Costa Brava attracts locals and film-makers from the region and Catalonia in general. The town of Sant Feliu de Guíxols was the most favourite place in the Girona county for film makers and the second most beloved in Catalonia (after Barcelona).

The Costa Brava is a strong area of great natural beauties and variety, near the historic Girona, with an old town that offers many opportunities for sightseeing. The gastronomic sector has an important part to play on the Costa Brava. L'Escala anchovy, Palamó shrimp, Roses anglerfish, Sant Feliu de Guíxols bluefish, Begur stonefish or Tossa de Mar skinata, Campmany beet, Vilabertran and Figueres onion, Montgrí and Vall d'Aro red bean and Girona apple form the country in an elegance blend of seas and mountains that make up the Costa Brava kitchen.

The Costa Brava's gastronomical wealth is not limited to its kitchen. More than 2,500 Michelin-style eateries in Girona's districts welcome their guests with a kitchen that combines the best of the country's best sea food and the best of the game. At the beginning of the twenty-first Century, the Girona region became one of the most important centers of culinary pilgrimages in the underworld.

It' s no mystery that today the center of avant-garde cooking is the El Bulli in the Cap de Creus in the north of the Costa Brava. El Bulli's cutting-edge cooking affected Catalonia first, then the whole of Europe and then the whole worl. From 2014, when the Girona is introduced, the new Girona Cultural Center will spread the knowledge, research, innovations and all the forthcoming trends that will come from the Shrine of Creative Spirit in the center of today's Cap de Creus Natural Park.

The Girona region has always been home to good cuisine: such a groundbreaking kitchen would not have been possible without a historic backdrop, and without the use of locally grown produce and ingredients from the fields of farming, gardening, viticulture, olives, livestock farming, and sausages. This all proves that the Girona region has always been a strong centre of gastronomical creativity.

The last time El Bulli will appear in the Red Michelin Guide 2011 is when 20 Michelin star awards will be awarded to 14 Michelin establishments in the region of the city of Laos. That same year, the 50 best places in the world were El Bulli (Cala Montjoi) and El Celler de Can Roca (Girona). In 2012 there will be 11 15 Michelin-star restaurants: five six-star on the Costa Brava.

The Costa Brava coastline cities subscribed to a Carta de Tossa in 1998, which is committed not only to the tourist industry but also to the environment. There are three parks in the Costa Brava's geographical area, and the wild bird sanctuary on the Aiguamolls de l'Empordà swamp has also protected the country from the devastation of the area.

In this area, the Cap de Creus Natural Park, situated in Port de la Selva, one of the most extraordinary on the Iberian Peninsula, just off the Costa Brava. The following communities have been designated as reserves: El Port de la Selva, La Selva de Mar, Roses, Cadaqués, Palau Saverdera, Pau and Vilajuïga with an area of 13,886 ha on 10,813 ha of farmland and 3,073 ha of sea area.

Situated in the northern Costa Brava, between the cities of Castelló d'Empúries-Empuriabrava, Sant Pere Pescador and Roses, this is the second biggest of its kind in Catalonia, as it is home to a large number of indigenous animal and plant life. The Montseny massif, situated inside the south part of the Costa Brava in Arbúcies, is the highest and biggest part of the Catalan pre-coastal mountains spanning the province of Barcelona and Girona.

Over 30% of the area of Girona consists of nature reserves of particular interest: An area of exceptional unspoilt beauty, comprising the cities of La Jonquera, Rabós d'Empordà, Espolla, Cantallops, La Cantallops, La Cantallops, La Cantallops, La Cantallops, La Cantallops, Sant Climent Sescebes, Mollet de Peralada and Garriguella. It has one of the highest concentration of megaliths in Catalonia, with small roman chapels that make this area one of the richest and most historic sites in the area.

The Albera Massif offers a transitional flora between the Pyrenean and Mediterranean types and a wildlife that is characterized by a great variety between the mountainous areas and the wetlands of Catalonia. Situated in the city of Torroella de Montgrí (Baix Empordà) and near the hill of the same name, the small Medes island complex, in the centre of the Costa Brava, consists of seven indigenous archipelagoes with a wealth of maritime ecosystems.

It is a rugged and barren environment, an exceptional feature of the Costa Brava. Ses Negres marine reserve in Begur, in the heart of the Costa Brava, extends along 1,300 meters of coast, which includes the Sa Riera and Aiguafreda sands. Between Girona and Baix Empordà lies the most northerly of Catalonia's coast crags.

Ter is an area of great biological and ecologic value for its biological diversity and for its capacity as a place of environment teaching, both for those who study and for those who enjoy the outdoors, where it is popular because of its closeness to the town of Girona.

Cadiretes Massif (or most of Ardenya) is a nature reserve covering almost the whole of Tossa de Mar and parts of Sant Feliu, Santa Cristina d'Aro, Llagostera, Vidreres, Caldes de Malavella and Lloret de Mar. Most of the guilleries are situated at the north end of the mountain range just behind and behind the Montseny, the city of Sant Hilari Sacalm is the main city.

The bays of Les Freses, El Clapé and Les Tres Platgetes. Llançà: Rastell, d'en Cros, Bramant, El Cau del Llop, El Port, La Farella, Grifeu, La Gota, Canyelles, Les Carboneres and Les Tonyines beaches. At El Port de la Selva: the beaches of Erola, Pas, Ribera, El Port de la Selva and Port de la Vall.

At Cadaqués: the beach portal, Port Lligat, Ses Oliveres, Gran, Caials, Es Poal, Llané Gran and Port Alguer. Roses: the beaches of Salatar, Santa Margarida, La Nova, La Punta, Almadrava, Canyelles, El Rastrell and Palangrers. Empuriabrava - Castelló d'Empúries: the beaches of la Rubina, Empuriabrava and Can Comes. Sant Pere Pescador: the beaches of Sant Pere, La Gola, La Txarraca and Les Dunes.

L'Escala: the shores of Riell, Riuet, Sant Martí d'Empúries, L'Escala, Moll Grec, Les Muscleres, Rec del Molí, Port d'en Perris and Portitxol. At L'Estartit-Torroella de Montgrí: the Estartit and La Fonollera beach, between La Gola and La Pletera. Béguer: the Racó, Fona, Aiguablava and Sa Riera sands. Calella de Palafrugell-Palafrugell: the Sant Roc/dels Canyers, Canadell, Calau, Platgeta, Port de la Mala Espina and Port Pelegrí beach.

These bays are the famous Bad/Massoni, Golfet and Port Bo. Palamós: the beaches of Remendon, La Fosca, Catell, Captain de Planes, the large beach of Palamós and the small beach of Sa Tamardia. At Calonge: the beach of Torre Valentina, Es Monestri, Can Cristus/Ses Torretes, Sant Antoni and Les Torretes. Roques Planes, Cape Roig, Comtat Sant Jordi and Belladona bays.

Sant Feliu de Guíxols: the beaches of Port Salvi, Can Dell, Canyerets, de Saint Feliu and Saint Pol. At Tossa de Mar: the beaches of Santa Maria de Llorell, El Reig, the great beach of Tossa de Mar and Mar Menuda. Lloret de Mar: Sa Boadella, Treumal, Fenals, Cala Canyelles, Santa Cristina and Lloret de Mar beaches.

The beaches of Blanes: S'Abanell, Blane, Punta de Santa Anna and Treumal. The four botanic parks on the Costa Brava are home to so many indigenous flora and fauna specific to the tropics, which are in turn balcony views of the Mediterranean: in Calella de Palafrugell (Palafrugell, Baix Empordà), the most Mediterranean flora and fauna blended with five continental flora in this botanic park, one of the most diverse in Catalonia.

Santa Clotilde Gardens are situated in a wonderful setting on a rocky promontory overlooking the ocean in Lloret de Mar (Selva Gardena). Ferdinand Rivière Caralt designed this botanic gardens in Blanes (Selva Gardena) in 1954 with the special feature of having adjusted to the Mediterranean and exotic flora. Situated on the south-eastern slopes of Monte Sant Joan de Blanes on the rocks, this botanic gardens was laid out in 1921 by the famous Nazi scholar Karl Faust.

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