The exclusive villa of Can Micos: the best rental house to know the Costa Brava
16-25 pax 9 rooms 9 bathrooms
Full Equiped Private pool 4000 m2 Barbecue
The exclusive villa is suitable for large groups of 16 to 25 people (depending on the group it can be larger), we have 9 rooms, 8 rooms with private bathrooms in all and an adjoining room for large groups, all outside and with a view. Professional kitchen fully equipped with everything you need, two living rooms with sofas, a panoramic dining room for long tables. A garden of more than 4000m2 with swings (ideal for children), covered barbecue area and private pool area.
We provide various services, such as: Catering, transportation, technical maintenance, and buying and selling of firewood or charcoal.
Where is the exclusive villa of Can Micos on Costa Brava
The villa is located on the plain of La Selva the town of Riudarenas in the province of Girona, between Monseny and the Costa Brava.
We are 7 kilometers away from Santa Coloma de Farners, the capital of the La Selva region, where you can find the main supermarkets in the country, including Mercadona, Lidl, Bon Preu, Dia, etc. You can also find La Sirena, the shop and cookie factory of the Trías brothers.
Riudarenas town centre with its Nova Venda supermarket, butcher’s Can Tort, fish shop Peixos Pujol, José Oliveras bakery and Serra Tornes bakery are 2.5 km away.
What the villa of Can Micos offers
Our rural house offers you the best comfort and rest.
16-25 Persons 12 single + 2 doubles + extra beds
The villa on Costa Brava is adapted for large groups, has 9 roms, 8 rooms with private bathroom in each of them and an auxiliary room for large groups without bathroom, comfortable rooms, all exterior with window in the room and bathroom. They are located in the same building, on the ground floor and on the first floor of the cottage.
large and spacious spaces to make your stay pleasant
Large and spacious spaces to make your stay pleasant. A complete professional kitchen, a spacious living room and a panoramic dining room. In the villa of Can Micos you will find large spaces to be able to be relaxed and enjoy your stay in the accommodation, both in winter and in summer. The common spaces are designed for large groups, equipped so you can do anything.
Your villa with private pool
In the villa of Can Micos on Costa brava have more than 80 m2 of pool area, where you will spend hours and hours enjoying good bathrooms with the tranquility of being alone and with magnificent views of the fields and Montseny. You can play with friends and/or children until you want, rest in the hammocks or hang out in the countertop under the shade of the trees.
The perfect place for fire
We have in the villa an area of more than 90 m2 under roof to enjoy a good barbecue, near the kitchen to move everything you need and do not have problems if you leave anything. It has an ideal construction grill to make your meals on fire.
A great space to relax.
With more than 4000 m2; We have a large fenced garden, at the bottom there is a large area where you can run and play watching the magnificent surroundings of the house, it is next to the parking lot for 6 cars. Then we have two ideal places for children and a cabin next to the barbecue. In front of the glazed room there is another esplanade of the garden with the old tools to work the land.
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Why visit Costa Brava
The Costa Brava is the sum of amazing sensations from Blanes to Portbou. The Costa Brava also boasts an array of cultural assets: The majestic Romanesque monastery of Sant Pere de Rodes or the castle of Peratallada; mediaeval towns such as Tossa de Mar, Púbol or Pals. Sites that display the wonderful legacy of Salvador Dalí in Empordà. The ruins of Empúries, a major archaeological site providing a fascinating insight into how the ancient Greeks and Romans lived. The traditional ceramics of La Bisbal; and Girona’s old quarter, featuring a superb historical gem, the call (Jewish quarter).
Nature plays a starring role in the form of three natural parks (Cap de Creus, Aiguamolls de l’Empordà and Montgrí, the Medes Islands and the Baix Ter area): three distinctive settings, three areas of great biological importance; Hiking trails trace the contours of pink clifftops, while just offshore, some of Spain’s best diving sites can be found around Illes Medes. Spain’s ‘wild coast’, the Costa Brava stretches from Blanes – 40 miles north of Barcelona – to the French border. While its beautiful beaches are firmly on the radar of travellers, step off the well-beaten path and you’ll stumble across untouched coves, wind-lashed headlands and quaint seaside towns.
The beaches on Costa Brava
The magnificent beaches of the coastline and the paradise bays nestled between cliffs will also amaze you, not to mention typical Mediterranean towns such as Cadaqués or Calella de Palafrugell, as well as unique attractions such as Roses Bay, Banyoles Lake, and the botanical gardens of Santa Clotilde, Pinya de Rosa, Cap Roig and Marimurtra.
where is the villa in the southern most point of the Costa Brava belongs to the Selva region, whose capital is San Coloma de Fanas, about 20 kilometers (12 miles) from the Mediterranean Sea. Tossa de Mar is located to the north of the coastline, with several resorts and coves along the coast. Located in the south of Tossa, Lloret de Mar is the largest resort on the Costa Brava, with a population of more than 200,000 during the peak summer season. Blanes is the southernmost town on the Costa Brava and the third most populous city in the province of Girona.
Costa Brava, which means “wild coast” in Spanish, is one of the most romantic coastlines in Europe, with pink cliffs cascading in the glittering MediterraneanSea.
If you want to have more information about the Costa Brava: Wikipedia
Food and drink
Catalan delicacies is referred to as mar i muntanya, or sea and mountain: a Mediterranean tackle surf ‘n’ turf – bird with lobster, for instance, or meat with snails. A extra acquainted choice is paella (the most famous), washed down with a tumbler of Empordà rosé, or clean fish and seafood hauled in through fishermen that day.
Gastronomy and foods performs an critical position of the Costa Brava. Anchovies from L’Escala, prawns from Palamós, rock fish from Begur, blue fish from Sant Feliu de Guíxols, monkfish from Roses or skate from Tossa de Mar constitute the sea. At the same time as turnips from Campmany, beans and peas from Vall d’Aro, onions from Vilabertran and Figueres, rice from Montgrí and apples from Girona constitute the land in an stylish fusion of sea and mountain that constitutes the Costa Brava cuisine. However, the gastronomic richness of the Costa Brava isn’t limited to its cuisine.
Food and gastronomy is essential in Catalonia, The fact is that in the costa brava area there are the most michellin stars per capita in the world,not only because of that, but also because of the history of local production, agriculture and rural life. And admire the fresh seafood of the region, where food and wine are a way of life, not only food, but also the local gastronomic traditions that form the basis of Catalonia. Cheese, seafood and fish, meat and vegetables are all in this small area.
Costa Brava Nightlife
There is a little bit about everything on the Costa Brava about how to spend a night. It may be simple, such as sharing a glass of wine at sunset and admiring the beauty of the Mediterranean. It could also mean dancing to dawn in a top cocktail bar and listening to live music. The most popular activities on the Costa Brava include drinking, dancing and music.
How to spend a night on the Costa Brava is endless. Some of the best clubs where you can go dancing you will find them in in Lloret de Mar, La Pineda and Empuriabrava. Some of the best resorts on the Costa Brava also offer cocktail bars, many of which have sea views. To plan a cooler trip to the Costa Brava, try seaside communities and villages such as Begur, Palfrugell and Cadaques. Girona also offers a vibrant nightlife, with cocktail bars and craft beer bars around the old town of Girona.
- Natural Park of Cap de Creus [more info]
- Aiguamolls de l’Empordà [more info]
- Montseny Natural Park [more info]
- Albera Massif [more info]
- Lake of Banyoles [more info]
- Medes Islands [more info]
- Guilleries Massif [more info]
- Gavarres Massif [more info]
- Montgrí Massif [more info]
- Ses Negres
- Cadiretes Massif
- Island of Ter
Beaches and coves of La Selva
- In Tossa de Mar: the Beaches of Santa Maria de Llorell, El Reig, the large Beach of Tossa de Mar and Mar Menuda. Coves Porto Pi, Figuera, Carles, D’es Codolar, Bona, Salions, Futadera, Giverola, Llevadó, Morisca and Pola.
- In Lloret de Mar: the Beaches Sa Boadella, Treumal, Fenals, Cala Canyelles, Santa Cristina and the Beach of Lloret de Mar.
- In Blanes: the Beaches S’Abanell, Blanes, Punta de Santa Anna and Treumal. Bay Saint Francis.
With beautiful beaches and rich Catalan culture, the Costa Brava is one of the most family-friendly destinations in Spain and even Europe. Medieval villages and castles with towers awaken the imagination of young people, while smugglers’ bays and ancient ruins appear mysterious.
Young children can play safely on the soft beach, while older children can snorkel or snorkel in the clear water. You can also choose to take a panoramic cruise to the Virgin Islands and kayak along the tranquil coastline. Beyond the beach, awaiting adventure in the mountains covered by pine trees and ancient volcanoes, it is best to explore by bike or on foot.
Catalans are very proud of their culture, from food and language to traditional dances and performances. The locals are hospitable, especially for young children. If you don’t want to dine in the restaurant all the time, our villa on the Costa Brava offer the possibility of cooking at home. When traveling on the Costa Brava, you don’t have to worry about boring children; no matter where you are, you rarely get away from a good outdoor playground. Many boardwalks have playgrounds and parks, and most restaurants have children’s menus, although you may not need tapas-style Catalan cuisine.
During the summer vacation, you can spend a day at the beach, sea or swimming pool, and then go on a fun trip to amusement parks or places of interest. If you take your kids to one of the holiday on the Costa Brava, the water park will be your favorite.
Near Rosas, you will find the Aqua Brava Park, and in Platja d’Aro, both men and women of all ages can have fun in the Aquadiver water park. You can also take a jeep tour and a short trip to the Medes Islands and its impressive underwater world.