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Malgrat de Mar on the southern end of the Costa Brava is thirty-five kilometres south of Gerona. It is a large vibrant resort with good beaches, excellent hotels and a large number of bars and clubs offering entertainment into the early hours of the morning.
Malgrat de Mar offers a fun filled holiday with clean sandy beaches for sun lovers and clear waters for swimmers and aqua sports enthusiasts. The many bars and restaurants provide a variety of evening entertainment catering for most tastes.
Malgrat de Mar attracts a wide range of holidaymakers, many of whom make return visits. It is particularly popular with families looking for a seaside holiday in child-friendly surroundings. Young people enjoy the vibrant night scene and couples of all ages can find entertainment that suits their life style.
April to October is the best time to visit Malgrat de Mar when the temperature ranges from 20 degrees rising to 30 degrees in the summer months.
Malgrat de Mar on the Costa Brava has a long history and this is visible in the architecture of the town. There are many well preserved old buildings including the old castle, El Castell, on the top of the hill which is surrounded by a beautiful park and well worth a visit. The sixteenth century church of St. Nicolau is so large it is known as the Cathedral of the Coast. Malgret de Mar can be explored using the mini road train.
There are several sandy beaches including L’Astillero which serves the main hotel area and because of this becomes very crowded at the height of the season. The beach of Tordera is the largest and least crowded. The waves on the beach can be quite strong so care must be taken when swimming. A promenade, lined with shady palms, runs from Malgrat de Mar to Santa Susana. Water sports activities include pedal boats, water skiing, fishing and scuba diving.
There is free transport to Marineland in Parafolls, a great favourite with both adults and children alike. The thrilling rides and the dolphin shows make it one of the most popular attractions in the area. The Activ Natur adventure park in nearby Santa Susana provides assault courses with varying degrees of difficulty, catering for children, teen and adults.
Malgrat de Mar has many bars and pubs with live music. There are also karaoke and Flamenco bars, and clubs where young people can dance until the early hours of the morning. Many hotels have in-house entertainment with live shows. Numerous restaurants provide opportunities for a quiet evening for two.
Malgrat de Mar has modern retail outlets as well as the usual tourist shops selling gifts and holiday mementoes.
Malgrat de Mar has a wide variety of restaurants catering for all tastes. Those who like familiar food can find English pubs serving roast dinners and well known fast food outlets selling burgers. There are also many restaurants serving international cuisine. The freshest of food is served in traditional fish restaurants where the ‘catch of the day specials’ are always good value. Local wines are pleasantly mellow and inexpensive.