Wednesday, 27 October 2010
Santa Susana - Costa Brava Travel Guide
Al fresco dining, watersports and relaxed nightlife.
•Santa SusanaSanta Susana is a quietish resort with a lovely 2km sandy beach. It has an attractive beachfront promenade with bars and cafes, lots of water sports and great family friendly hotels. You can capture the flavour of traditional Spain in its picturesque old town of narrow cobbled streets set beneath the magnificent Massif Montnegre, a beautiful national park popular with hikers, horse riders and mountain bikers. And you can visit the delightful city of Barcelona in just over an hour by train from the local railway station. It is a great spot from which to enjoy the other resorts and attractions of the Costa Brava such as Lloret de Mar and Water World or explore the rugged coastline of the Costa Brava further south.
•The beaches in Santa Susana: The 2km long stretch of beach is very clean with sunbeds, parasols and a Red Cross base.
•There's windsurfing, water ski-ing, parasailing, kayaking and boat trips along the coast.
•Water taxis will take you to the other local resorts such as Tossa de Mar or Lloret de Mar.
•There are secluded rocky coves and small fishing villages nestling at the feet of magnificent cliffs further south.
•Diving in Santa Susana: There are diving schools all along the Costa Brava coastline.
•It is a great place to learn, and for experienced divers there are trips to superb dive sites north of Tossa de Mar which include a marine park, L' Estartit and a collection of islands popular with snorkellers and divers.
•Eating Out in: Many of the hotels in the area offer All Inclusive deals plus there is a good choice of local beachside restaurants, cafes and bars. Visit the old town for traditional Catalan cuisine which includes seafood, fish stew, lobster and chicken specialities.
•Nightlife in Santa Susana? There are bars, cafes, Irish bars, and a smattering of clubs and discos. The promenade features a night time market which is good fun. Plus there is often entertainment in the local hotels. Nearby Malgrat de Mar, Blanes and Lloret de Mar offer livelier nightlife.
•Attractions in Santa Susana: At Marineworld there are more than 300 animals, dolphin and sea lion shows and a water park. And at WaterWorld, Europe's biggest water park, there are long raft rides, steep slides, fun pools and bungy jumps.
•Holidays to Santa Susana: We have an excellent choice of holidays in Santa Susana.
•Hotels in Santa Susana: We have excellent choice of hotels in Santa Susana with the lowest prices guaranteed. And we have hotel reviews of hotels written by our holidaymakers on our home page, so you can find out which really is the best hotel in Santa Susana for you.
•Cheap Flights to Santa Susana: We have cheap flights to Gerona and work with over 100 flight operators. We offer an incredible choice of cheap flights to Gerona; so check out which dates and times are best for you and your pocket.
The flight takes around 2 hours from UK airports.
•Car hire in Santa Susana: There's so much to explore, you would be wise to hire a car.We can offer great deals on car hire in Santa Susana so check us out when completing your holiday booking.
•Transfers to your hotel in Santa Susana: We can also arrange your transfers from the airport to your hotel in Santa Susana. We can also arrange car parking at UK airports, currency exchange and travel insurance.
•Santa Susana Hotel Reviews: Written exclusively by genuine customers who have booked and stayed in the hotel.
Did you know? August is fiesta time. You should be here for the biggest fiesta of the year. In honour of Santa Susanna, there is music, dancing, children's games, and competitions. The locals also perform the famous Sardana dance; unique to the Catalan region
Posted by john at 09:25