The Dali Museum at Figueres is a surreal experience and one of the most popular attractions on the Costa Brava. If modern art is not your thing, head for Sant Ferran Castle - it's one of the largest in the world and has breathtaking views out to the coast, as well as a huge network of underground cistern canals which you can see by dinghy if you book in advance.
For plenty of watery action in a beautiful tropical setting head to this fantastic waterpark at Roses. There's adrenaline rides for thrill seekers, plus lagoons, a wave pool, pirate island and little slides for tots, as well as bars and restaurants, all set in 28 acres of parkland. It's a real fun filled oasis!
Packed full of history, Girona, makes for a great day out away from the coast. Take a walk along the city walls and explore the medieval old town and Jewish quarter or Arab baths. For a real contrast take in the modernist buildings along the Onyar River!
The area is full of beautiful medieval villages and Pals and nearby Begur are two of the best! Pals is one of the most popular historical villages on the Costa Brava - set on a hilltop surrounded by rice fields it is an idyllic spot. Explore the narrow streets, quirky boutiques and lovely little plazas, then sit back and soak in the view.