Sant Feliu is a beautiful village in the south of the Costa Brava which counts among its beaches and monuments with one of the most important Benedictine monks monasteries of the Middle Age in Catalonia.
Located in the village of Roses, on the same road that leads to Cala Montjoi, in the Natural Park of Cap de Creus, this is an absolutely pristine creek that surprises the bather for its exuberance and excellent natural environment.
Monastery of Sant Pere de Rodes, of uncertain origin, stands in all its majesty in Port de la Selva village, on the rocky slope of the Albera Mountains, at 517 mts, facing the sea. From the upper structures of the seventeenth century buildings you can enjoy stunning views of the north of Cap de Creus.
Located high in the mountains around Lloret de Mar, but just 2 kms from the center, in the foothills of the Massif de Ardenya, and with stunning views, you’ll find an ancient Iberian settlement occupied by the tribe of the indiketas: a surveillance zone during a period of time that coincided with the arrival of [...]
Pals Beach (Platja de Pals or Platja del Racó), located just behind the Begur massif, north, is a long sandy beach that leaves behind the succession of rocky coves of this village in Costa Brava center.
Cala Canyelles is the last sandy cove located in Lloret de Mar, just before entering the village of Tossa de Mar. The beach is endowed with great qualities to enjoy a full beach day in family.
La Bisbal de l’Empordà is the Catalonian capital of the handmade pottery. And the best way to meet their production is along the Aigüeta street, the main street that you’ll find coming from the town of Figueres and that finishes into the main road to Palamós.
All Ampurdán is rich in megalithic monuments, it is in fact the most zone in the Iberian peninsula. This dolmen, located just 1.5 km from Roses village, is the largest in Catalonia and is about 5000 years old.
Lake of Banyoles, located in the Pla de l’Estany zone, is a pond fed by groundwater from the High Garrotxa region, northwest from this point. Declared picturesque landscape in 1951 and rowing venue in the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games, it is an exceptionally beautiful place to walk around, have a boat journey or simply to [...]
Cala Aiguablava (‘Blue Water Cove’) is, as its name indicates, a fine golden sandy cove with blue waters. Located south of Fornells port, it is the last big cove south of Begur.
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- Walter Benjamin in Portbou August 7, 2012
- La Bisbal Pottery February 12, 2013
- Mas Pinc and Carmen Amaya, in Begur February 10, 2012
- Cala Montjoi February 4, 2012
- Santa Clotilde Gardens February 4, 2012
- Porta Ferrada Monastery July 2, 2013
- Cala Murtra May 22, 2013
- Monastery Sant Pere de Rodes May 9, 2013
- Puig Castellet Iberian Settlement May 5, 2013
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