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★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Based on 29 Reviews

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent
Beautiful scenic boat ride

Loved the guide, the boat, the bus, the experience. It was perfect and exactly what we were hoping for.

2019-03-19

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent

Great trip. Lots included. Great value

2019-06-30

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent
Very organised

The tour wa well organised keeping track of the time. Overall, it was well worrh the money paid. Tossa le Mar was an unexpected gem. I was already expecting a nice place from the reviews but i was still amazed!

2019-04-05

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent
Fabulous!

Amazing day and amazing fun guides! Would highly recommend :-)

2018-10-17

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent
Amazing from beginning to end

The boat trip was amazing, and Tossa de Mar was so pretty i wish we had longer there.Overall a great day made better by our exceptional guide Monica.

2019-04-08

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent
Great!

I would recommend this tour. I liked that we left on time. The guide was friendly and knowledgeable about the area.

2019-02-07


Costa Brava Day Trip from Barcelona

The Costa Brava is famous all over the world for its stunning and unique coastline, stretching from the city of Blanes to the French border. Golden beaches, unusual cliff formations, and beautiful little villages make for the perfect escape from the bustling city of Barcelona. However, reaching Costa Brava along the Girona coast can be quite a challenge; most coastal towns are hard to access by public transport. The ‘Wild Coast’ has many stunning villages, and the best way to explore is with organized day tours from Barcelona to Costa Brava.


Sit back, relax, and experience the best of the region

Book your Costa Brava day trip from Barcelona!


Costa Brava day excursions are not just about the beaches and rugged coastline. The history of the area extends back hundreds of years, and so do the local culture and customs. Towns like Pals and Tossa de Mar are packed with historical gems. Take for example, Port Lligat in Cadaques, which is a famous art location with Salvador Dali’s house museum. Alternatively, a walking Costa Brava beach tour along ‘Camins de Ronda’ (Coastal Path), is great for exploring the many incredible hidden coves. Last but not least, you can explore the medieval village where they filmed the Game of Thrones series with a Girona and Costa brava small group tour. Discover everything the northeastern region of Catalonia has to offer!

Costa Brava Day Trip From Barcelona: Highlights

#Barcelona Costa Brava Best Snaps!

Costa Brava To Barcelona: Visitor Tips

Prepare For Your Costa Brava Day Trip

Quick Facts

Area

Costa Brava

Known For

Resort Towns

Activity Type

Costa Brava Tour

Yearly Visitors

7 Million + (Girona)

High Season

July & August

Currency Required

European Euro

Time Zone

GMT +2:00

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Costa Brava Day Trip From Barcelona: Highlights

  • Explore the rocky coastline, take a dip in the inviting waters, or follow the coastline around to the beautiful cliff-top botanic gardens at Cap Roig.
  • Travel to the medieval towns of Pals, Besalú, and Tossa de Mar on a medieval villages day tour from Barcelona.
  • Delight your taste buds with some of the best seafood and Catalan specialties in Lloret de Mar.
  • Visit the Dalí Theatre and Museum, dedicated to the famous Surrealist artist. Some of the Girona and Costa Brava day trip from Barcelona excursions also include a stop in Salvador Dali’s hometown, Figueres.
  • Discover more small villages and hidden coves that aren’t easily reachable by public transport, with a Costa Brava day tour from Barcelona.

#Barcelona Costa Brava Best Snaps!

While on your walking tour Costa Brava offers, make sure to snap some photos from time to time. Save those memories forever!

  • Record a video while scuba diving, kayaking, or enjoying other water sports in Palamos.
  • Pose next to the white and blue painted houses in Cadaques.
  • Climb to Mirador Tossa de Mar for the stunning views and a perfect panoramic picture location!

Got a winner? Choose the best snap from your Costa Brava day tour. Post it on your IG, and tag #dotravelgram for a potential feature in our social media!


Costa Brava To Barcelona: Visitor Tips

  • Book in advance! The Costa Brava is incredibly popular in summer, therefore preparing your trip in advance is highly recommended.
  • A private Costa Brava tour from Barcelona allows you to customize your itinerary based on your preferences.
  • Short on time? Book a Costa Brava half day tour to pack in all the main towns in less than a day!

Prepare For Your Costa Brava Day Trip

  • The Costa Brava is a great place to learn more about Catalonia’s culture and heritage. Consequently, knowing a few words in Catalan will help you communicate better with the locals too!
  • Wear comfortable shoes, loose clothing, and plenty of sunscreen! In other words, protect yourself from high temperatures and be prepared to venture down remote paths to explore small and hidden beaches.
  • A Barcelona to Costa Brava day trip grants you free time to go swimming and relax on one of the beautiful coastal beaches. For this reason, remember to pack swimwear and a beach towel.

FAQ

What are the best day trips from Barcelona?

There are many Barcelona day trips to choose from no matter your preference. Take for example a Barcelona to Girona day trip. Guided tours help you uncover the fantastic city of Girona and its Roman ruins. Another visitors’ favorite is a Costa Brava day trip from Barcelona, which takes you through the Catalan coastline, stopping in small fishing villages along the way.


Book a Girona and Costa brava tour from Barcelona and combine the best of these two areas into one day!

How far is Barcelona from Costa Brava?

With the many towns around the area, the Barcelona to Costa Brava distance will vary depending on your destination. Blanes, the first major city along the Costa Brava, sits 60 km northeast of Barcelona. The last town, Portbou, is 170 km away from Barcelona, right on the border with France.

How do I get from Barcelona to Costa Brava?

If you’re wondering about how to get to Costa Brava from Barcelona, the modes of transport available are bus, car, or train. Renting a car is a good choice if you plan to stay for more than a day, but it isn’t the most affordable one. Alternatively, you can opt for public transport and travel by train to Girona from Barcelona. However, this option requires a considerable amount of prior planning and knowing which train/bus connections you need to take.


The best solution would be to take full day Costa Brava tours from Barcelona. Besides, they are by far the most enjoyable way to explore the region! Arrive at the meeting point, hop on the air-conditioned coach, and let an expert English speaking guide take you to all the main sites and attractions!

What towns are along the Costa Brava?

There are numerous resort towns and medieval villages stretching across 200 km of Catalan coastline. Here’s a list of the top Costa Brava towns:

  • Pals: This medieval village is perched on a hilltop, originally built around a fortress.
  • Cadaques: Home to the famous Casa-Museo de Salvador Dalí.
  • Calella de Palafrugell: Beach town with some of the best natural surroundings.
  • Girona: A Roman city with a wonderfully preserved Jewish Quarter and Arab baths.
  • Lloret de Mar: Resort town with the biggest waterpark in Europe: Water World. 

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