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Renowned for its friendly inhabitants, relaxed lifestyles, cuisine, vibrant nightlife and world famous folk laws and festivities, the Costa Brava is arguably the prettiest of Spain’s Costas. Made up of rugged cliffs and secluded coves, which give way to fishing villages and seaside towns, amongst it all are the long beach’s that have been attracting holidaymakers here since the Fifties.


Return ferry sailing

2 nights’ bed & breakfast en-route

6 nights’ half board in resort

Welcome drink

Water & wine included with evening meals

Excursions to Tossa de Mar, Barcelona & Cadaqués

Optional excursion to Monserrat

Free time in resort


Day 1 – We make our way to the continent and arrive at our first overnight hotel for one night bed & breakfast.

Day 2 – Later today we arrive at our main resort in Calella for six nights’ dinner, bed and breakfast. On arrival we enjoy a welcome drink joined by our fellow passengers and throughout our stay Water & Wine will be served with our evening meals.

Day 3 – Calella, renowned as the holiday capital of the Costa del Maresme, has numerous outdoor terraces, relaxing restaurants which – along with its beaches – all makes it an attractive destination. Perhaps explore the old part of this town, where a maze of cobbled streets surrounds the ancient church of Santa Maria.

Day 4 – Enjoy a morning excursion to Tossa de Mar, a typically Catalan town, which has bags of atmosphere, thanks to its old town, the ‘Vila Vella’ is a network of cobbled streets and traditional houses with an ancient castle to explore.

Day 5 – We visit Barcelona, home to the famous Sagrada Familia and Las Ramblas, this enchanting seaside city has boundless culture and fabled architecture.

"Las Ramblas, a gorgeous tree-line walkway surrounded by tall, grand buildings and alive with street performers and delicious smells of the different cuisines gracefully filling the air. This is the perfect opportunity to pop into one of the many open air restaurants and treat yourself to a gorgeous selection of tapas and a fishbowl cocktail!"

Jessica, Continental Product Manager

Day 6 – Today you have the unique opportunity to join us for an optional excursion to Monserrat. For many visitors a trip to Montserrat is the highlight of their visit. A spectacularly beautiful Benedictine monk mountain retreat, not only is Montserrat Monastery of significant religious importance but the natural beauty surrounding the monastery is simply breathtaking. €10pp Bookable with driver.  

Day 7 – Today we visit Cadaqués, the bay of which forms the Catalonians largest natural harbour. Declared the ‘gem’ amongst all other fishing villages along the Costa Brava, but perhaps most famous for its links with world famous artists including Picasso and André Derain to name a few, all of whom have produced work based here.

Day 8 – We bid a fond farewell to our hosts before we make our way to our return overnight hotel for one night bed and breakfast.  

Day 9 – After an early breakfast we continue our journey home.  

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