In the heart​ of the Costa Brava

Villa Berlin is located in the Vizcondado de Cabanyes urbanisation, a quiet part of Calonge. From here it is only a hop to Sant Antoni de Calonge, the coastal neighbourhood with a beautiful beach, many restaurants and shopping facilities. The medieval main town is 2 kilometres inland and is definitely worth a visit! As there is no public transport in Cabanyes, a car is essential.
Although we are in a quiet location, we are very conveniently situated. Halfway to Sant Antoni is the access road to the C-31 motorway, which provides easy access up and down the coast to many excursion destinations. A shopping trip to Platja d’Aro or a few tapas at the harbour of Palamos are only a short drive away.
The border with France is approx. 1 hour’s drive away. Girona airport is 35 km away and Barcelona airport is 120 km.

We are located by the sea, and of course water sports enthusiasts get their money’s worth here! The Costa Brava is an Eldorado for kitesurfers, windsurfers, yachtsmen, divers and stand-up paddlers. What is less well known is that there are also very beautiful hiking trails here. On the coast, the Camis de Ronda connecting paths, which have been preserved from earlier times, lead to breathtaking views and bays that remain hidden from motorists and most tourists. The mountainous and wooded side of our surroundings can be explored on the hiking trail through a protected nature reserve that starts practically right behind our house. Mountain bikers and road cyclists can let off steam here on challenging terrain. Golfers have a choice of more than 20 courses of varying levels in the area, and the Parc Aquadiver, just 10 minutes away, is great fun for the kids.

And after a day full of activities, dive back into the tranquillity of Villa Berlin and relax surrounded by beautiful nature.

Beach La Fosca, Palamos
Beach St. Antoni de Calonge
Port of Palamos
Picturesque bays near Calella


Most visitors come to the Costa Brava in summer to spend a laid-back beach holiday, and of course the unique charm of the "wild coast" offers the best conditions for this. However, if you fancy exploring in between, there is an incredible wealth of excursion options on offer. Nature lovers and sports enthusiasts, art historians and architecture fans, city travellers and gourmets - there is something for everyone here. The Costa Brava, its backcountry and the whole of Catalonia are so rich in treasures to discover that it's hard to choose. So do as we do: Come back again.

Barcelona: The vibrant cosmopolitan city is around an hour's drive away and always worth a visit

Sagrada Familia
Park Guell
Casa Milà
Port Olimpic

Following the footsteps of Salvador Dalí

Teatre-Museu Dalí
... in Figueres, his hometown
His Residence in Portlligat, Cadaques
Burg Gala-Dalí in Púbol

Provincial Capital Girona - still an insider tip

Casas del Onyar
Tour on the old city wall
Famous scenery of Game of Thrones
El Call - Historic Jewish quarter

Enchanting places on the coast

Pals: a jewel and the rice capital
Begur: breathtaking coastal scenery
Charming Callela de Palafrugell
Tossa de Mar: Chagalls 'blue Paradise'

Interesting excursions to the countryside

Pottery-town: Bisbal d'Emporda
Peratallada: Excursion into the Middle Ages
Magic Besalú at the foothills of the Pyrenees
Ullastret: Iberic settlement, 6.Jh.v.Chr.