School trips to Costa Brava
Safe, inspiring and scenic, Costa Brava occupies an enviable location on Spain's Costa Brava coastline, within easy reach of airports, training sites and fixtures.
Students will appreciate the close proximity to Barcelona, where Spain's Olympic stadium can be experienced. Staff can relax in this safe and welcoming resort, where amenities and Blue Flag beaches are conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
With its Mediterranean climate, Costa Brava is a year-round destination; we suggest visiting in May Half Term or at Easter, when the weather is warm and there is a large choice of teams to play. For a quieter stay with milder weather, October and February half terms are also recommended.
Below is a sample of excursions Equity can organise for your trip to Costa Brava - for subject specific excursions have a look at the
recommended educational trips for the Costa Brava
The Sagrada Família, Antoní Gaudí's unfinished masterpiece, is one of Barcelona's most popular tourist attractions and important landmarks. You can visit the crypt were Gaudí is buried as well as the transept and central nave with its giant, tree-like pillars and spectacular vaulting. An elevator and a long walk will lead you to the top of a tower with magnificent views over Barcelona.
Several thousand years ago, Iberic Celts settled on the Montjuïc, a 213 meter high hill southeast of Barcelona's current city centre. It features a large number of attractions including the Spanish Village, the Magic Fountain and MNAC, one of the city's most important museums.
Located in the city of Barcelona, the Park Guell is one of the most beautiful gardens in the world. Its creator Antoní Gaudí added his modernist works and influence to create a spectacular attraction, which inspires all who visit.
A beautiful medieval city, it was once the capital of Catalunya before making way for Barcelona. Highlights include the Jewish Quarter, the Cathedral and the twice-weekly market with typical Spanish produce.
Figueres - Museu Dalí
Described as "the world's largest Surrealist object", the museum showcases all the various aspects of Dalí's art. It includes some of the painter's greatest masterpieces as well as pieces which range from his first artistic creations through to his last works.