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Santa Susanna Introduction

Santa Susanna on the Costa Brava is an attractive town lying in front of the lowland hills of the Montnegre Mountains. Built on a gradient rising from the sea, the village is dominated by a pretty white church sitting on top of the hill. It is a fairly lively resort which provides a range of leisure activities to entertain visitors.

Why go to Santa Susanna

A Santa Susana holiday offers a relaxing break in warm sunshine with a sandy beach for sunbathers and clear waters for swimming and aqua sports. The many bars and restaurants provide a variety of evening entertainment.

Santa Susanna attracts a wide range of holidaymakers and is particularly popular with families looking for a seaside holiday in child-friendly surroundings. Couples seeking a relaxing break in the sun will find many little hideaways in the area.

When To Go To Santa Susanna

April to October is the best time to visit Santa Susanna when the temperature ranges from 20 degrees rising to 30 degrees in the summer months.

Santa Susanna - The Place

Santa Susanna is popular town only sixty kilometres from Barcelona. This charming town lies between the Mediterranean and the Montnegre Mountains in a very fertile area. Viewed from the sea the white buildings of the town, dominated by the pretty church on the hill, appear to sparkle in the sunlight. Although the spread of holiday accommodation is multi storey, it is a ‘medium’ rather than a high-rise development.

The beach of golden sand is two kilometres long and shelves fairly steeply into the sea so the water becomes deep quite quickly. A promenade, shaded by palms runs from Santa Susana to Malgrat de Mar. There are many shops, bars and restaurants along its length offering day long refreshments. Water sports activities include pedal boats, water skiing, and scuba diving.

The hills behind the town are part of the National Park and they attract many hikers and mountain bikers who wish to explore their beauty.

Europe’s largest water park is found at Lloret de Mar, only fourteen kilometres to the north east, and is a great favourite with both adults and children alike. The kamikaze water slide is not for the faint of heart. Attractions such as a children’s zoo and a marine land park are also found in the area. The Activa Natura is in the woods just outside the town and offers outward bound type courses for children, teens and adults.

The nearby town of Castillo de Palafolls attracts many visitors to its ancient fortified walls and watch towers.

Santa Susanna Nightlife

Santa Susana has many bars and pubs some of which have live music. There are a couple of night clubs where dancing continues until the early hours of the morning but, on the whole, Santa Susana goes to sleep around two in the morning. There are a whole variety of culinary experiences in the many restaurants, for those who wish for a quiet meal for two.

Santa Susanna Shopping

Santa Susana has the usual tourist shops along the promenade selling gifts and holiday mementoes. The old town has many little retailers in its narrow cobbled streets and there is also a daily market selling fresh local produce. Santa Susana is well known for its tasty tomatoes. Those looking for serious shopping should head for Barcelena only sixty kilometres away.

Santa Susanna Eating

Santa Susanna has restaurants to suit all tastes. Less adventurous palates with find many places serving typically British food and Italian restaurants serving pizzas. The old town is the place to go to savour traditional Spanish foods with their fish restaurants being particularly good. Local wines are tasty and inexpensive.