Costa Brava


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    The biggest headache for anyone moving overseas is dealing with customs. Your dedicated Removal Coordinator will guide you through the process from start to finish.


    • Customs Declarations
    • NIE (Número de Identidad de Extranjero)
    • Vehicle Import Documents
    • Detailed Inventory

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    9 Fascinating Costa Brava Facts

    1. Artistic Haven
      Thinking of picking up that brush and rekindling your artistic spirit. It’s not just the amazing light, the Costa has been attracting artists for centuries. Chagall, Picasso, Miró, were all visitors while Gaudi and Dalí both lived in the region. The Dalí Theatre and Museum can be found his hometown of Figueres and is every bit as wonderfully bonkers as you’d expect. His former home in Portlligat is also now a museum.
    2. Something Old
      Along with the many historic towns, some of which date back to the 6th century BC when the Greeks first arrived, there are a surprising number of equally surprising museums. The Cinema Museum (Museu del Cinema) in Girona, Cork Museum (Museu del Suro), in Palafrugell, or the Museum of Dolls (Museo de la Muñeca) in Castell d’Aro. However, our favourite has to be the Museum of Jam (Museu de la Confitura) in the village of Torrent.
    3. It’s Big
      The Costa Brava extends over 214 kilometres from the French border to the north and down to Barcelona in the south. Within the terrain there are mountain ranges, extinct volcanoes, national parks and of course mile after mile of golden beaches.
    4. Coming Up Roses
      There are so many wonderful towns and villages to visit but one of our favourites has to be Roses. Just 20km from the French border, it sits overlooking the Gulf of Roses and is the only Spanish resort in the region that faces west, providing some incredible sunsets.
    5. Game of Catalonia
      TV fans might recognise the Jewish Quarter of Girona which was used as a backdrop for HBO’s Game of Thrones. Not only can you visit the exact spots the likes of Tyrion Lanister frequented, but you’ll also find amazing eateries and a very fine market in this stunning town. Cameras at the ready.
    6. Spain’s Best Beaches?
      It’s a very noble claim considering just how good the Spanish coastline is but the Costa Brava does indeed claim to be home to some of Spain’s best beaches. It’s not a debate we’re likely to be drawn into, but the Costa does have golden sands, sunset esplanades, moonlight cocktail bars and a huge array of watersports to keep the whole family entertained.
    7. Chas & Dave Were Wrong
      While we offer our respectful apologies to Messrs Hodges and Peacock, we simply can’t agree with their viewpoint that “You can keep the Costa Brava”. Although the cockney duo would “…rather have a day down Margate with all me family” we couldn’t agree less! We love the Costa and will happily rabbit on about how it’s one of Spain’s finest regions, if not, the very finest.
    8. Golfing Excellence
      Along with the stunning beaches, music and flower festivals, incredible food, the Costa is also packed with outstanding golf courses including the PGA Catalunya Resort, which has hosted the Spanish Open. If you’re going to work on that handicap, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better place to do it.
    9. Catalan
      The Costa Brava forms a large part of Catalonia so for many locals their first language is Catalan and there is still a percentage of the population pressing for independence. Talking of ‘pressing’ another thing they do very well is squeeze grapes and there are some fine vineyards in the region if you’re thinking of doing some (ahem) cultural exploration and sampling (of course you’re not merely looking for an excuse to drink wine!).

    The Costa Brava, and Catalonia as a whole, has so far managed to avoid the type of mass development seen in other Spanish Costas. Independent villas or villas in small communities of 10-30 units, or beachside apartments are typical of this area.

    This unspoilt corner of Spain provides many reasons that could make you want a home there and Armishaws can help you with every aspect of your move. Contact us today for a full survey by one of our European Removals Specialists to get your move underway.

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    The Costa Brava’s natural beauty has attracted the artistic and cultural community and has given inspiration to famous artists such as Salvador Dalí, Joan Miró and Pablo Picasso.

    Adding the area’s rich culture, there are also many festivals and fiestas that take place on the Costa Brava: from famous music festivals such as the Cap Roig Festival in Calella to the more traditional fiestas like the Fiesta Mayor, you can rest assured that there is always something to do.

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    The Costa Brava is known to have some of the best cuisine in Europe and it’s also excellent value. There’s wonderful food to be found around every corner of this unspoilt stretch of spain, from simple beachside cafés to Michelin-style gastronomy. You will often find top-class cooking at a fraction of the price you’d expect to pay elsewhere in Europe.

    Across the area there is a heavy focus on using local ingredients and doing something amazing with them based on mixing traditional techniques and international flavours. It is easy to see why we have moved many of our customers to the Costa Brava.

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