What to visit



  • The medieval towns of the area such as: Pals, Peratallada, Palau-Sator, Monells.
  • Girona is the provincial capital and is known for its medieval architecture and its historic center, its old quarters,Jewish quarters, and Roman ruins.Taking a walk through its historic center, visiting its monuments and museums and enjoying its streets full of shops and restaurants are some of the options that this walled city offers us.
  • Figueres is the capital of Alt Empordà and home to the famous Dalí museum. It also has the largest fortress in Europe, the Castillo de San Ferran. And other museums such as that of the toy of Catalonia and that of electricity.
  • Cadaqués is a town of medieval origin. Here it is essential to visit the old town and walk through its small labyrinthine streets paved with sea stones known as the rastell.Its church is from the 16th century Santa Maria de Cadaqués and is built in Gothic style.You can access the town by car and also by boat from Roses and arrive by sea.
  • Barcelona consists of Roman and medieval ruins as well as magnificent examples of Modernism by both Antoni Gaudí and Lluís Domenech i Montaner.Here you can enjoy a wide selection of museums, restaurants of all kinds, shops of the world's most famous brands. The F.C.B. Camp Nou is also worth visiting if you are a football fan. 



  • In the area there are many walks to do.
  • Coastal paths
  • Volcanic route in Garrotxa
  • Climb to the Castle of Torroella de Montgrí
  • The Empordà wetlands.



  • On the beaches you can enjoy different types of activities to do in the water.
  • Kayaking
  • Jet ski
  • Boat rental with / without captain
  • Snorkel or scuba diving



  • In a 15 minute radius by car you will find some of the best beaches and coves in the Costa Brava. 
  • Pals: Large beach of Pals and Playa del Grau.
  • Palafrugell: Tamariu, Calella de Palafrugell and Llafranc
  • Palamós: Castell, La Fosca and Palamós beach