Houses Costa Brava

Aiguablava’s fishermen huts will be considered a cultural asset of Catalonia

By |January 19th, 2016|

The fishermen’s huts in Aiguablava will soon be recognized as a cultural asset of local interest, thanks to the commitment of the City Council of Begur. Aiguablava is one of the most beautiful beaches of the Costa Brava, in a sense of remoteness and solitude. Admired by the beautiful shades of green, turquoise and purple, its waters reflect […]

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How to fall in love with the Costa Brava in only 1 day

By |December 15th, 2015|

The smell of the sea and a slight aroma of fried fish and irregular white roofs can be spotted from the window of your car as you approach the Costa Brava. A kind of unruly mountains certainly justify the name of Costa Brava. They say that one day Salvador Dali called it “the most beautiful village […]

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3 miths about renting villas in Spain

By |September 18th, 2015|

Renting villas is much easier than it seems. So we are going to try to solve some doubts that many people have when it comes to renting villas in Spain.

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Spanish modernism in architecture and decorative arts

By |September 14th, 2015|

The important legacy of modernism is clearly visible in the Girona region. In the late nineteenth and early twentieth century,  as a result of growth and transformation of the cities, architecture and the decorative arts, among others, were filled with organic shapes inspired by nature and the ephemeral world. You can enjoy the modernist creative […]

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Cadaqués: A new world to discover

By |August 31st, 2015|

Although most tourists come to this beautiful fishing village to see the world of surrealism of Salvador Dalí. But there are many other reasons to come this village in the Costa Brava and we are going to point them out for you.

Until the late nineteenth century, this village remained isolated by land between the mountains […]

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Did you know that there are more than 20 Castles in the Costa Brava and Girona?

By |August 10th, 2015|

In times of kings, knights and counts, the entire area was a frontier between the Arab and Christian worlds. This is why you can find amazing castles in the Costa Brava that still preserve their medieval character and are still protected by their walls and other ruins. So, are you ready to travel back in time? This is our top 5 Castles in the province of Girona/Costa Brava.

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There is no new property bubble in Spain

By |March 10th, 2015|

The senior advisor of the fund Blackstone, Claudio Boada, said that, there is no property bubble in Spain, but he has warned that “we must be careful” in the market and don’t confuse apples with oranges.
In a discussion developed in the conference ‘Money in 2033′, organized by PwC, Boada has indicated that he isn’t concerned about the […]

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Cultural Routes: The Dalí triangle in the Costa Brava

By |March 4th, 2015|

The Spanish painter Salvador Dalí left us a great legacy. We propose to discover it through the places that make up the so-called Dalí Triangle. It’s a route that unifies the three epicenters of the Empordà that will allow us to get to know in profundity the artist, in a biographic and artistic way. The itinerary […]

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The Spanish housing market is recovering its strength

By |February 24th, 2015|

This past year will enter history as the year in which the housing market disaster ended. A disaster lasted for seven years and has led to a slump in sales and prices. However, the data finally allows seeing light at the end of the tunnel and show a turning point compared to all the previous […]

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Learn about the Spanish culture in the fishing Museum of Palamós

By |February 18th, 2015|

The Catalan coast has very particular characteristics that determine the marine life and facilitate or not, the existence of fishing grounds. Most anglers used the beaches to shelter themselves and latter small harbors. Spain has a long history in terms of fishing. Although the Mediterranean Sea is a pretty small and poor in number of […]

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