If you are looking for storage companies on the Costa Brava, or self-contained storage facilities in Tossa de Mar, Calella de Palafrugell, Begur, Pals, Peratallada, Figueres, Girona, Besalu or Cadaques, choose a reputable storage company in Spain which offers a range of storage options.
The Costa Brava is situated in the province of Girona, Catalonia, Spain and is home to thousands of ex-pats who flock to the region to make the most of the sun, sand and sangria. Self-contained storage facilities on the Costa Brava are used by many home owners who may be downsizing, renting out their property or decluttering.
Box storage on the Costa Brava is one of the most popular ways to store goods. Boxes are delivered to your door in Spain, you pack them, a storage company picks them up and stores them. You can then arrange for redelivery of your goods when you need them.
The Costa Brava is known for its long, sandy beaches, its golf courses and Michelin star restaurants. Attracting visitors from all over Europe, this rugged coastline is also popular with divers and water sports enthusiasts.
Use a reputable storage company in Spain whose customer service team can advise you about removals and one which will receive your goods if you are moving from the UK. Many storage companies in Spain offer insurance cover for your goods to ensure there is no damage risk while they are in storage.
Always use proper storage boxes when packing your goods, and ensure fragile items are left at the top.
The Costa Brava region looks deceptively small on a map. As the crow flies, the Costa Brava stretches for 58 miles (93.3km) from the French border just above Portbou to the point where it joins Barcelona's Maresme coast just south of Blanes. By road, however, the shortest distance is 98 miles (157.7km) from north to south and the coastline itself, with its numerous bays and inlets, capes and headlands, actually measures over 200 miles (321.8km).
Your first day in the Costa Brava region should be a relaxing one, getting to know Figueres, a typical Catalan town, with its renowned Dali Museum. Figueres lies on the main NII road 20 miles (32km) north of Girona. Salvador Dali's museum in the former theatre is the most popular in Spain after the Prado in Madrid.
If you are planning to enjoy a family holiday in the Costa Brava, some of the best attractions include: Aqua Brava, a water park near the village of Roses, Cadaques Village, which is situated just to the north of Roses, the Castell de Pubol which was once owned by Salvador Dali, the Fiestas de Santa Cristina – if you are lucky enough to be in Lloret de Mar during July, enjoy the annual parades and festival with street processions and music, the Iberian Settlement in Ullastret, which dates back to the 7th Century, Marineland Water Park, Medes Islands, Serinya prehistoric caves and the Toy Museum at Figueres.
One thing the Spanish know how to do well is have a good time, and if you get the chance to stay in a Costa Brava hotel when there is a festival in town, grab it with both hands. Plenty of family fun attractions, combined with great nightlife and a wealth of great beaches and restaurants makes the Costa Brava one of the most popular destinations in Spain.
If you are looking for self-storage companies in Spain or box storage services on the Costa Brava, use a company which will deliver boxes to your door, anywhere in Spain, pick them up and storage them securely for you.