Wine in the Costa Brava & Empordà

by  |  10-04-2012

See our full guide to the region for all your wine tourism needs. Or, take a wine tour. It became official with National Geographic listing the Costa Brava as one of their Best Trips of 2012. But wait, Spain (and more to the point, Catalonia) has been welcoming tourists for decades. Isn’t this a has-been, a tourist trap, a definitive no-go for people who want to enjoy themselves? In truth, no. Sure, it can be crowded during the summer as is the entire coast of Spain, but the trick Costa Brava has up its sleeve is that if you want to get past just staying in an apartment on the beach, there is a great deal more to offer. History? Oh yeah. As shown in the picture above with the ruins of Empúries from which the Empordà counties the Costa Brava lies in take their name, history is here. 2,000+ […]
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