4 Restaurants in Costa Brava with Stunning Views

You picked your rental villa in Costa Brava specifically for its stunning views, so why should you expect anything less from your dining experience? These four restaurants all offer amazing views of Costa Brava and/or the ocean that you don’t want to miss!
#1. Talla
With stunning views of the bay on top of a steep hill, Talla offers beauty and delicious dishes! Their menu consists of Mediterranean, Spanish, and European cuisine, each one a work of art. Though the inside seating is cozy, the real reason to visit is the bright and fun outdoor seating where you can enjoy the view and the cool, delicious breezes off the bay. People-watch, watch the boats come in and out of the bay, and relax.

#2. Restaurante Pizzeria Da Giovanni
This Italian and Spanish restaurant not only offers an amazing view of the bay, but a stunning look at the muralla medieval, or medieval wall. Though the restaurant itself is simple, the views and delicious food more than compensate for the mall-style dining area. They offer many traditional Spanish and Italian dishes but are best known for their paellas and tapas.

#3. La Blava
This former fishing house is on the beach, giving you one of the best beach views in Costa Brava! The style of the house is decidedly Mediterranean with a hint of Greece and features an open, yet intimate atmosphere that you are sure to enjoy. They offer simple Mediterranean cuisine with only fresh, local produce. They bring to light the essence of the Mediterranean diet through vegetables, rice, fish, and olive oil mixed in creative and delicious ways.

#4. Tapas del Mar
Traditional Mediterranean cuisine pairs with gorgeous views of the Costa Brava sea and mountains in Tapas del Mar. The food comes from family recipes that the chefs want to share with you so that you will hopefully enjoy them as much as their families always have. The chefs welcome you personally, and the restaurant itself is intimate, modern, and beautiful. They use local produce and try to keep their meals simple yet absolutely delicious. You are certain to enjoy any meal here and you’ll probably want to try them all!

Now that you’ve satisfied your eyes and your stomach, you can return to your gorgeous Costa Brava holiday rental for a quiet, relaxing evening.

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This small, charming town is ideally situated in the mountains overlooking the Maresme coast. Vallromanes offers excellent restaurants, countryside excursions, beach days, and endless games of golf. It is also within a 1-hour drive of both Barcelona and Girona, meaning big city attractions are never far away.

If you are arriving by plane, Vallromanes is approximately 20 miles (32 kilometers) from Barcelona-El Prat International Airport.

Vallromanes is not far from Catalonia´s colorful attractions including the fabulous Illa Fantasia and the iconic La Roca Village. Don’t miss L’Adoberia Historical Interpretation Center and Granollers Church.



Vespella de Gaià


The tiny countryside village is situated just 8 miles (13 kilometers) northeast of Coasta Dorada. From Barcelona-El Prat International Airport, Vespella de Gaià is approximately 40 miles (64 kilometers ) which makes it a popular vacation spot for visitors.

Sights such as Tarragona Cathedral, the Plaza de la Font, and the Tarragona Roman Wall are choice places to visit while you’re in Vespella de Gaia. Those with a passion for history will enjoy exploring the Porta de Sant Antoni in Tarragona and the Tarraco Roman Theater.




Beautifully situated at the foot of the Obac Mountains, 75 miles (121 kilometers) southeast of central Catalonia, Vacarisses is a popular destination on the outskirts of Barcelona. It is just 20 miles (32 kilometers) from Barcelona-El Prat International Airport.

Many of central Catalonia’s most interesting sights can be found within a quick drive or train ride from Vacarisses, including Montserrat Monastery and the much-loved L’Enrajolada-Santacana House Museum.

There are plenty of interesting cultural attractions in and around Vacarisses, and if you visit during the summer, try to book tickets to watch the FC Barcelona football team battle at Camp Nou.





Solsona offers many places of interest for travellers who enjoy unique places full of history. The region is the geographical center of Catalonia and is ideally located within 100km of every popular site in the area: Barcelona, Lleida (Alguaire Ave-Airport), Andorra, and France.

Approximately 45 miles (72 kilometers) to the southeast is Sabadell, a regional transport and shopping hub where you can find the Water Tower, Duran House, and Lluch Office. Principal Theater and San Felix Church and Belltower are other notable places to visit.

Catalonia’s churches and other holy sites are worth a visit to view their architectural mastery. For those who like to collect valuable insights as well as souvenirs on their travels, Solsona has plenty of specialist activities, such as city walking tours, Segway tours, and culinary tours.





Experience the real Catalonia from the town of Sentmenat. This small village is a great base for exploring the local countryside while still being within an hour of the city of Barcelona.

In the past, Sentmenat served as a mainly agricultural region, which is evident in the large number of houses and constructions of this type. Historic buildings such as the Castellet de Guanta or the chapel of Sant Miquel de l’Arn or Can Fruitós display modernist features juxtaposed with the classic countryside setting.


Segur de Calafell


Segur de Calafell is 19 miles (31 kilometers) east of Costa Dorada and 25 miles (40 kilometers) from Barcelona-El Prat International Airport.

Segur de Calafell is a large resort town and port with golden beaches, surrounded by beautiful natural parks and golf courses. It is within easy reach of Tarragona, Port Aventura theme park, and the other larger resorts of Costa Dorada.

Calafell is one of Catalonia’s accredited Family Holiday Destinations. The town even holds a special family weekend, which happens normally during the first weekend of May. Calafell has approximately 5 miles of beaches with plenty of water activities and opportunities for sun bathing.



Sant Martí Sarroca

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Sant Marti Sarroca is a town situated in the heart of Catalonia’s wine-growing area. This small town is a great location for those who enjoy gastronomy, the countryside, easy access to the beaches of Sitges, and the attractions of nearby Barcelona.



Santa Cristina d’Aro


The charming town of Santa Cristina d’Aro is situated in the Aro Valley in Costa Brava in the Catalonian province of Girona. The French border is just 92 kilometers from the town, and Barcelona is 99 kilometers due south.

This delightful village is situated just inland from the larger beach resort of Platja D’Aro, and offers a quiet alternative to the beach resort whilst still being within easy reach from the coast.

There are several interesting archaeological sites and caves in the local region, some dating back to the Neolithic age. Cultural monuments include the ruins of the Solius Castle, Solius Cistercian Monastery, and the Sant Martí de Romanyà Church, which pre-dates the Roman era.

The town is surrounded by mountains, beautiful countryside views, and a stunning coastline.


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