Easter holiday on the Costa Brava, Spain
Taking a trip to the Villa Costa Brava region of Spain will yield many fantastic opportunities to explore areas off the beaten path. Before doing so and finding the spots you want to travel, it is best to proceed not with caution, but will a sense of awareness. The best way to avoid misfortune and be in charge of your experience is to travel light while walking around in the day or evening, making sure your valuables are secured in a fanny pack or a holster carrier that can’t be accessed. In other words, know there are pick-pockets out there just waiting for a tourist to come and make their day.
Don’t ask anybody to take your picture with an expensive camera, but rather a throw-away camera will suffice. If you hand over your nice camera, who is going to run after someone when grandma is there, or the kid that ran off can run the mile in 4 minutes. Be prepared for these things and they will be a non-issue.
Do you want to enjoy this tour in a separate way?
Now, hit the non-tourist streets and have fun. You will find little alley-like streets in Barcelona, preserving the old feel of the town, where the culture can’t help but spill into the spaces you find, where a blending of Chinese, Moroccans and other cultures live in harmony. These are the places that will intrigue and create lasting memories for you, friends, or family. Use your senses and see everything, Turn left and find that special little coffee house that sells Moroccan coffee, or discover a bakery that has bread that makes you mouth water when you smell it. Feel the majesty of the old buildings and know you had a real trip to Costa Brava when you hang out in the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona. You can’t miss it when you travel like Spain the best place to stay for tourists.
Spain has always welcomed campers with open arms to its many tourist spots and camp destinations. The last record says Spain has more than a thousand campsites where people could relax and have unbridled fun. Campers have a lot of varieties to select from and there are enough places to keep happy campers who are on a budget. Like most European countries, one can find their way around Spain with a map and basic knowledge of the Spanish language.
The villas that are located in the extreme region of the beach are available at a higher cost than those that are located further on the beach. The villas in the near coastal areas are reserved throughout the year because most people choose this area. Though it is expensive the luxuries that are provided in these are priceless. In Costa Brava villas are available in three categories of budget, high-rise, medium-rise, and low-rise. The high rise villas are located at such locations from where delightful dioramas are visible very clearly. However, they charge the guests with more bucks, while low rise villas are available at very low cost. But you don’t get such delightful scenes from these villas.
Presence of Regional Dialects
The main language, Spanish, is originally known as Castilian. This is the most widespread language though you will have occasions when you encounter people who speak other regional languages. This is because Spain is a congregation of many regions and each of these regions has a very dominant culture of their own. Other languages include Catalan, Galician, and Euskera. So, in case you camp in Catalonia aka Barcelona then make sure you know bits of Catalan or carry an English-Catalan pocket dictionary.