Get to the beaches of Costa Brava with Glasgow Prestwick Airport

Monday 03 April, 10:43 Europe/London


The 1950s favourite holiday attraction has peaked once again with Brits choosing to spend their summer season breaks on the Girona coast.

With landscapes of sea and mountains, terrain coastlines and beautiful beaches located in north-eastern Spain, it is no wonder people are opting for the Costa Brava as their destination of choice this summer.


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Discover Lloret de Mar – This is a town with rich cultural and natural heritage, lovely walking trails and viewpoints, Mediterranean beaches and an abundance of bars and restaurants.  With a wealth of competitive accommodations to select from, you will be sure to find a hotel or apartment perfect for you and your family at an affordable price.

Whether you prefer to lie by the pool, build sandcastles on the beach, go on adventurous walks or  kayak on the Mediterranean Sea, there is simply something for everyone to enjoy.


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Explore Begur – For those who like to escape the tourists and experience a quieter location, Begur is an ideal village to wander around, and take in its charming and beautiful medieval backdrop.  Consider the rural climb to the Castell de Begur – a fortress built on the hilltop rocks, overlooking the coast with the most breath-taking panoramic views.

Lined with authentic cobbled streets, tasty plazas and peaceful bars, Begur is a pleasant, atmospheric town to enjoy with a loved one or family.


Calella de Palafrugell


Uncover Calella de Palafrugell – This friendly town radiates youthful spirit and family fun.  Reside in a beach apartment where you can relax at your leisure.  You can also try out the plentiful activities available to you from the eight beaches around the village.

With the wonderful mountains and woodland, local cuisine, leisure and golf courses, you won’t be stuck for something to do.