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    All the way up in the northeast part of Spain, you find the beautiful coastal area Costa Brava. The coast is a mixture of golden sand beaches and small stony beaches, which offers their own individual charm. The beautiful area has among others served as inspiration for the artist Salvador Dalí, who used to live in the area. You can therefore visit his house outside Cadaques, where his work came to life and the museum Teatre Museu Dalí in Figueres where a lot of his work is displayed.  
    Costa Brava is filled with cosy smaller and bigger cities, which each has different things to offer. Lloret de Mar is the most popular and most lively of the destinations. Here you find a lot of entertainment with for example five beaches, and when the sun comes down there is a buzzing nightlife. Tossa de Mar and Belgur are more quiet cities, where especially couples and families like to come. Both cities offer charming cobbled streets and beautiful old buildings. Roses is also a beautiful town that is known for the restaurant El Bulli, which has won best restaurant in the world for several years.    
    For those who are crazy about snorkelling and diving, Costa Brava also has its own little divers paradise. Off L’Erstartit lie seven small islands known as Illes Medes. They are the perfect starting point if you wish to explore the beautiful Mediterranean Sea.    
    Few people go to Costa Brava without also visiting Barcelona. Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia and is both a colourful and spectacular city. At the Rambla you can go shopping or eat at the lovely tapas restaurants and all over the city you can experience the odd and colourful architecture of Gaudi. The city is right by the beach, so you can combine a city vacation with beach and ocean.