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Top holiday (Flight+Hotel) £146
Family holiday (Flight+Hotel) £146
Romantic holiday (Flight+Hotel) £297

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Playa de Aro is a cosmopolitan seaside resort on the Costa Brava, Spain's famous northeastern coast. Conveniently located just north of Barcelona, the town is easily reached and bustles with activity all year round. With its pristine beaches, vibrant nightlife and range of amusement parks, there truly is something for everyone at Playa de Aro.

When to take your Playa de Aro holidays

The climate of Playa de Aro is typically mild and has four distinct seasons. The perfect time to plan your Playa de Aro holidays would be during the months of June to September, when temperatures range from 20-30 degrees Celsius. Visitors have the option of arriving via Girona Airport or Barcelona International, both located within 80km of the resort. From there you can take a scenic train, bus or taxi ride to Playa de Aro for an affordable price.

Playa de Aro: what to see and do

There are eight spectacular beaches and coves to enjoy on your Playa de Aro holidays. Cala del Pi, meaning Pine Cove, is a stunning shell-shaped beach with fine, white sand and clear blue waters. Cala Rovira is a busier beach and is equipped with amenities such as showers, open-air bars and water sport facilities. Each area is unique and all hold the Blue Flag award for cleanliness and high quality sand.

The nearby mountains provide ample opportunities for hiking and cycling. Take a walking route to the Font de la Boixa springs or the Mas Daussá, a picturesque 16th century farmstead. There is a great variety of bars and restaurants on offer at Playa de Aro where visitors can sample traditional Catalan cuisine, a variety of fresh seafood and a glass of local wine. The nightlife is always full of activity and there are plenty of bars, pubs and nightclubs to enjoy.

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