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Beautiful, romantic & unspoiled...
The beautiful Costa Brava region, of northeast Spain, is home to the sun-kissed resorts of Lloret de Mar and Tossa de Mar, making it picture-perfect and a sunny haven for hen parties.
Famed for its stunning beaches, picturesque little towns and villages, mountainous peaks, rugged coastline, as well as it's hot hen party nightlife, it is not hard to see why Costa Brava is a popular choice for a hen weekend.
And, your hen weekend will be nothing short of amazing!
With everything from exciting catamaran cruises, relaxing spa days to quirky shops and lazy days on the beach, the Costa Brava is a great destination for a hen weekend and a top place to top up your tan.
Combine the amazing nightlife, location and hen party activities with the restaurants serving up delicious local cuisine and popular bars that will keep you entertained until the early hours and you are guaranteed to a have a hen weekend to remember!
The Costa Brava, which translates to the rugged coast, has some of the most beautiful and best Blue Flag beaches throughout Europe.
It's also home to some breathtaking views, so trust us, you are sure to be amazed by this stunning hen party destination.
However, your hen weekend is about more than just being picture-perfect and sunny, so Maximise has a few suggestions for your Costa Brava Hen Weekend.
Firstly, no taxis or public transport during your hen weekend. Take our Return Airport Transfers to get to your fabulous Apartment Accommodation.
Then it's time to choose between Power Boating & Cave Swimming or BBQ Catamaran Cruise. Either way, getting out on the glimmering-turquoise Mediterranean is a must during your hen weekend in Costa Brava.
Following your boating fun up with a Paella and Sangria Cooking Class before enjoying the some of the best nightlife in the Catalonia region.
For night one of your hen weekend, sample the best and finest with our Bar Crawl & Club Combo. BUT, to really heat things up, add a stunning stripper!
On day two of the Costa Brava hen weekend, enjoy a little adrenaline rush with Quad Biking. It's a surprisingly popular hen party activity, especially when you'll be off-roading on the ledges of the stunning Cadiretes Mountains during this 2-hour excursion in Costa Brava.
Follow the quad biking activity up some Wine & Tapas and then head to the beach, take a dip or just relax and soak up some sun.
Be sure to enjoy a delicious 3-course meal before heading back out to take on Costa Brava's nightlife.
It's the best of both worlds when it comes to a hen party in Costa Brava. No need to choose between a pulsating city nightlife or the cool vibes of a beach getaway. You get it all in Costa Brava.
Especially for a hen weekend.
From seafront terrace bars with spectacular views to mammoth clubs or the bar laden streets of the Girona’s Old Town - there is every kind of bar and club in Costa Brava.
You'll be seriously spoilt for choice here...
The main resort towns of Lloret de Mar, La Pineda and the marina town of Empuriabrava are where you'll find the most saturating offering of buzzing bars and clubs.
Rambla de la Llibertat and Plaça de Independéncia are the most popular areas to head in Girona, which is an area you must visit during your hen weekend in Costa Brava.
If you prefer to sip cocktails harbour-side, you'll want to head to the small fishing villages of Tossa de Mar, Figueras, Begur, Cadaqués, Palafrugell and El Port de La Selva.
Fun Fact: The Costa Brava region is pretty massive and makes up a large part of Spain's Catalonia Region. It runs all the way from the French border down to Barcelona.
Being part of the Catalonia region, you'll hear Catalan spoken among the locals, rather than Spanish. But, don't worry, there will be plenty of people who speak English too. The Catalonia area receives more than 19 million tourists each year, so they are used to us Brits!
The province of Girona, Costa Brava and the Girona Pyrenees welcomed 5,675,233 tourists in 2017 alone. Trust us, this place has a solid reputation for being amazing and loved by the masses.
With less than a two-hour flight from Britain, getting to Costa Brava couldn't be easier either. Ryanair and Thomson Airways both fly to Girona from the UK, which is the airport that's closest to all the best parts of Costa Brava.
Otherwise, you can catch a flight to Barcelona, which is a two-hour drive away.
Not only is Catalonia home more Michelin chefs than anywhere else in Spain, but Costa Brava itself has more than 40 museums and galleries in total. You probably won't have time to get to all of them, so just be sure you at least skip the tacky-tourist restaurants and feast on delicious traditional Spanish dishes instead!
Another somewhat fun fact: It's not just our hen parties that love the Costa Brava, during the early 20th century, the likes of Marc Chagall and Pablo Picasso holidayed in this hot spot too.
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