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The Costa Brava is a territory of Spain and is located in the southeastern part of the autonomous community of Catalonia.
The coast is replete with inaccessible cliffs, high cliffs on which pines, pines and firs grow. It is not in vain that the name of this area in one of the translation variants means “rocky coast”. However, between the rocks are wonderful beaches, cozy bays, picturesque bays. That is why the coast has such an attraction for tourists. Many travelers from around the world come here every year.
But on the coast you can not only swim and sunbathe: there are a large number of historical attractions. This, in particular, megalithic structures and the ruins of ancient castles. Continue reading
Now the opposite is true – hundreds of thousands of tourists come here every year to touch the rich Portuguese history, try real port wine, soak up the beautiful beaches of the Algarve, Madeira and the Azores, and also see with their own eyes the architectural and natural splendor of this European country.
By the way, the homeland of famous travelers of the era of the Great geographical discoveries has not yet become a country of mass tourism, like its closest neighbor Spain. This, probably, is one of the main advantages of this country for many tourists looking for something interesting, not spoiled by mass tourism.
With its ancient monasteries, castles and fortresses, mansions and quarters with narrow curved streets, magnificent nature and architecture, Portugal gives the impression of a small copy of its large European neighbors – France and Spain. In addition, local restaurants also perfectly cook seafood, and also smell delicious of spices. Continue reading