The Costa Brava is a stretch of 160 kilometres of beautiful rugged coastline in Catalonia, in the north-eastern corner of Spain. Wonderful beaches, a temperate climate and vibrant nightlife are characteristic of this part of the coast.

Located between Spain and the North African coast, the Balearic Islands - Majorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera being the principal ones - constitute a piece of paradise with their white sandy beaches and their many nature parks.
Here the fauna and flora have remained unspoilt despite the booming tourism, making them ideal for those who are looking not only for fun but to really experience nature.

These are the last sailors that have travelled in Spain.