The Costa Brava of Girona has a huge tourist potential because it offers visitors a range of activities. Stay at Camping Bella Terra and enjoy everything Costa Brava has for you.
If you are a nature lover and like to feed your mind with the green of the plants, you will be pleased with the botanical gardens of the Costa Brava.
In Lloret del Mar, the garden of Santa Clotilde gathers hundreds of plant species and you will be surprised by the total absence of flowers.
In addition to the vegetable composition, you will enjoy the collections of paintings, tapestries, miniature boats and Catalan ceramics that can be found in the mansion.
Pinya de Rosa is located between Blanes and Lloret, just 15 minutes from Camping Bella Terra. The beautiful panoramic view of the sea is the perfect setting to show how the typical plants of the tropics have adapted to the climate of the Mediterranean.
Mar i Murtra is located in Blanes. In this botanical garden you can observe various autochthonous plant species that blend harmoniously with plants and trees from all over the world.
The Cap Roig gardensare the ideal setting for the jazz festival that takes place between July and August. Trees and plants from all continents adorn this garden, one of the most varied in Barcelona.
If you prefer to visit charming towns, the Costa Brava offers beautiful locations with white houses.
In the middle of the historic charm of its medieval villages and whitewashed houses stands Calella de Palafrugell, who inspired the composer Serrat to compose Mediterráneo.
S'Alguer was proclaimed "source of cultural interest" in 2004, so that the fish atmosphere remains intact.
In Cadaqués you can become fascinated by the charm and visit the Dalí House Museum, where he lived until his death.
Finally, L'Escala retains its charm as a fishing village because of its historical heritage with the ruins of the ancient Ampurias. The strange museums of, motorcycles and salt and its famous anchovies are also an attraction.