However, the tourist type is different and on the Costa Brava (I think that more than in the Costa del Sol) can find empty corners, unknown coves and make excursions to villages virtually no tourists. Sightseeing: Andalusia: the dream for all lovers of nature and culture the legendary Guadalquivir bathes the mythical cities of Cordoba and Seville. The third jewel of the triangle in Andalusia is Granada. Three inseparable cities for those who want to learn about the rich history of Andalusia but would be unacceptable to put aside cities such as Cadiz, Ronda and Huelva. Although they are less famous, have an undeniable charm and include some unexpected treasures.
On the other hand, Andaluciaes the region of music in Spain. To listen the beauty of flamenco, you must go to the Andalusian community. Therefore, if you are a big fan of the music, do not hesitate to choose Costa del Sol before the Costa Brava. Catalonia: between modernism and traditionalism Catalonia is characterised by the combination, in its landscapes, mountains and sea, a mixture that often leaves tourists amazed. In the interior of the Costa Brava (which is no longer considered practically Costa Brava) is they are also small unknown pleasures, including the city of Girona. Where to stay: apartments on the Costa Brava are the best choice, while in the Costa del Sol, I recommend that you look at the opinions of Tripadvisor. Accessibility: The Costa del Sol, located to the South of the peninsula, at the western end of the Mediterranean, occupies 161 km of coastline in the province of Malaga, so much so that it extends to the East and the Western provinces of Granada and Cadiz. The Costa Brava, on the other hand, has the advantage of being right on the border, very close to France, so there is the possibility to visit the Costa Brava and lengthen the trip to some corner of France. Original author and source of the article.