The Bakery: Offers essentials for both sweet and savory breakfasts. However, it operates within limited hours.
Cala Canyelles Beach: Features restaurants and a ‘chiringuito’ (beach bar) serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Note that it’s not open year-round.
Nearest Supermarket: Caprabo is well-stocked, boasting a vast fresh food section and an adjoining café. It’s crucial to highlight that there aren’t any shops or grocery stores in the immediate vicinity of Costa Brava Hub, as it’s primarily a residential holiday home area. It’s advisable to bring essential items with you.
Air conditioning turns off automatically when doors/windows are opened.
Linen and towels are changed weekly.
There’s no waste separation. Trash bags should be placed in the dark plastic container located to the right outside the bicycle garage.
Bicycle parking is available.
Laundry service is on offer.
The entrance is from the poolside. Operating hours are 9 am – 12 pm daily, but this varies seasonally.
Offerings include coffee/tea, croissants, assorted pastries, sandwiches with cheese, sausage, ham (all with a base of freshly chopped tomatoes – Spanish style), and an abundance of bread.
Access the co-working space via the main restaurant entrance (facing the round plaza), then take the elevator to the 2nd floor.
The Wi-Fi password is available on business-card-style notes at the entrance.
Open 24/7, but if you plan to visit early in the morning, notify in advance to ensure the door is unlocked.
A meeting room on the 1st floor is available but limited to times when there are no external bookings.
Tea/coffee-making facilities are provided.
A lunch-box is available for €12, and there might be offers for the Bakery.
Restrooms are located on the floor below.
Access is free but restricted to the Bakery’s operating hours.
Cala Canyelles Beach: A 20-minute walk. Directions: From the restaurant, head towards the ‘ruta’ (main road to Lloret de Mar), but turn right at the first junction. Follow the road until you find a tunnel. Instead of entering, take the downhill path on the left. You’ll encounter two staircases on the right:
First staircase: Steep and narrow, leading to the beach’s right end near the harbor.
Second staircase: Shorter and easier, leading directly to the beach. An alternative route starts from the restaurant plaza, where you take stairs next to the co-living building, leading to the tunnel.
Lloret de Mar:
Walking: Google Maps suggests an internal route (not the ‘ruta’) that takes about 30 minutes. It’s mostly paved, but there’s a dirt section that’s dark at night. The return journey has two steep uphill sections.
Bus: The L3 bus has a single stop 50 meters from the restaurant, named Ronda d’Europa. It operates only five times daily. Tickets can be purchased on the bus for €1.60.
Taxi: Reliable service, even at night. Fare is metered (+ call charge). Contact Radio Tele Taxi de Lloret de Mar at +34 972362525. Wait time is typically 5 minutes in Lloret de Mar and up to 10 minutes from the restaurant.
Rentals: Motos Lloguer offers bike and scooter rentals. Contact: +34 611 77 90 26.
The beach is picturesque with clear waters.
Restaurants: Amarre, Sibuys, and Gammarus (which offers vegetarian options). Gammarus also functions as a beach club, charging €90 for a day on a double sunbed (shared by two), inclusive of drinks and towels.
The ‘chiringuito’ is a rustic eatery with a variety of simple yet delicious dishes. Open from 9 am till evening, with closing times varying seasonally. It offers Wi-Fi, and during off-peak seasons, you can work there with a laptop.