Costa Brava Yacht Charters

Explore amazing coves and seafront villages on your charter in Costa Brava

Costa BravaGiven a name that means “rugged coast,” Costa Brava is a haven of unspoiled coves, charming seaside towns, delicious local restaurants, enchanting scenery and some of the Mediterranean’s best diving.

If you venture inland, you’ll find quaint stone villages, the medieval town of Girona, and many sites connected with Salvador Dali’s eccentric and surreal art. Whether you seek adventure or relaxation, there is something to suit everyone.

Fishing once fueled Costa Brava’s economy but tourism now takes the top spot, and a yacht charter is the best way to explore this region. The coastline is unlike any other, with sensational beaches and peaceful coves nestled among the cliffs. There are three natural parks, each with a distinct look and biological significance. There is a cultural richness, from monasteries and castles, to archaeological sites and medieval towns.

Things To Do and See in Costa Brava

Here are some of the top spots in Costa Brava to fully experience its marvel while on your yacht charter.

Santa Clotilde Gardens
Located in Lloret de Mar, these gardens will impress you with their wide variety of plants, and a surprising absence of flowers. The mansion in the gardens features a collection of paintings, tapestries, and Catalan pottery.

Cap de Creus Natural Park
This natural wonder, situated in the north of the Costa Brava, will immediately enchant you. The wild coastline has sheer cliffs and hidden coves and rocks shaped by sea winds. Venture inland to the forests and meadows, or explore the tranquil towns of Llançà, El Port de la Selva, La Selva de Mar, Cadaqués, Roses, Palau-saverdera, Vilajuïga and Pau.

Dalí Theatre-Museum
Built on the remains of the former Figueres theatre, this cultural landmark contains the broadest range of Salvador Dalí’s works spanning his entire career. Considered to be the last great work of the artist, everything in it was conceived and designed by the artist so visitors could experience his enchanting world.