Live Blogging from Costa Brava – #fjCostaBrava

| September 24, 2012 | 11 Comments

Can you imagine cycling along the “Carrilet” way from Olot to Anglès via Les Planes d’Hostoles? Visiting the gorge of Cogolls? Tasting the “cremat”, the typical cocktail made with burnt rum?

Hot Air Balloon Ride

Photo via CarolynConnor

How about hot air ballooning over Empordà region with a typical Catalan breakfast? Or learning to cook (and eat) freshly caught seafood at “Espai del peix” in Palamós before cruising back on his bike to Girona.

Well, Cole is embarking on all of that, and more, in the Costa Brava region of Spain. He will be providing you with real time information with all his favourite adventures from Costa Brava showcased wit our live blogging from the 24th – 27th September.

Below you will find all our favourite Instagram photos, travel tips and places we visit during our trip to help you plan your next trip to Barcelona.

Stay up to date now by following along with Cole via our hashtag on Twitter – #fjCOSTABRAVA. However, we are not the only ones taking part in the campaign so make sure you also check out the #InCostaBrava hashtag. There are thousands of photos, posts and updates from other fabulous travel bloggers to keep you entertained.

If you have any tips, advice or questions for us then please make sure you send us a tweet, Facebook message or drop a comment below so that we can make the most of our trip as well.

Costa Brava as seen on Four Jandals Instagram:

Click on any of the photos to create a clickable slideshow.

Map of where Cole has been in Costa Brava:

Make sure you click the play button!

Disclaimer: Cole is travelling with the incredible Costa Brava Tourism Board. As always, his thoughts, photos, check-ins etc are all his own. 

About the Author ()

Cole is one half of New Zealand's leading adventure travel blogging couple who have been wearing out their jandals around the world since 2009. He loves any adventure activities and anything to do with the water whether it is Surfing, Diving, Swimming, Snorkeling or just lounging nearby on the beach. You can follow Cole on Google+. Or consider following us via RSS Feed, Twitter, Facebook and subscribe to our Newsletter.

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  1. It looks like you’ve had a lovely time in Costa Brava. I would have loved to go as well, but it’s been fun following along with your journey! (That waterfall looks gorgeous!)
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  2. TONI ARNAU says:

    Thank you very much for this article. TBEX has been a great opportunity to put Costa Brava on bloggers world.

    Particuraly, your blog it’s very special beacause you are from New Zealand, a great country, necessary to visit one time in your life.

    All Costa Brava people are very proud from your visit.

  3. Beautiful instagrams! I love the cooking one, with flames. Nice capture.
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  4. Global Travel Blog says:

    Though I am first timer visiting your blog, I love your photos on Instagram. Which country in SE Asia is the most advisable to visit this Christmas vacation?

  5. Laurie says:

    Costa barva looks like a really cool place to visit with many things to do.
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  6. Travlnook says:

    Hi everyone! I loved Costa Brava and Spain and everything about it! I just want to share with you my love for Tossa de Mar, a small beautiful town in Costa Brava.
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