The Catalan coast concentrates a variety of landscape and also has one of the largest river of Spain: the Ebro.the coast is composed by 4 areas, although the best known are Costa Brava and Costa Dorada.
Costa Brava begins at the French border and extends over 214 kilometres with great variety of beaches and coves. From urban beaches to hidden coves in which only is reachable by foot or by sea. In addition Catalonia offers all kinds of possibilities on leisure and free time.
Another important point to visit is the underwater Park of Tarragona and the Reserva Marina of the Medes Islands, one of the most renowned underwater paradises in the Mediterranean.
Costa Brava is part of Girona and has an approximate extension of 256 kilometres of navigable coastline. The coast is abrupt combined with beaches and coves surrounded by greenery. Costa Brava is also an ideal place for sailing and nautical sports allowing to enjoy at the same time of an environment full of charm and places to visit.
Costa Dorada has a varied tourist offer, ranging from beautiful beaches to all sorts of historical, gastronomic, landscape, culture and leisure attractions. Although characterized by flat and long beaches of sandbanks, where you will find the stunning mouth of the Delta del Ebro.
Without a doubt, a great place to navigate, don’t miss it! To rent a boat in the area you can visit our boat rental section.