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Baix EmpordÓ

The bays and coastline paths of Begur: Sa Riera, Aiguafreda, Sa Tuna, Fornells and Aiguablava, coves of crystalline water edged by sheer cliffs and lush vegetation that represent the very essence of the Costa Brava.

The coves of Palafrugell: Calella, Llafranc, Tamariu, old fishing villages located in settings of unrivalled beauty. The view from the Sant SebastiÓ lighthouse is breathtaking.

Villages with the charm of a distinct mediaeval style: Peratallada, Canapost, Monells, Palau-sator and Cru´lles. Travel in time on their narrow, cobbled streets, surrounded by Romanesque churches, fortified walls, castles and porticoed squares.

Ancient Iberian settlement of Ullastret: featuring the archaeological remains of the region's former inhabitants: the Indiketes, a site of huge importance dating from the 6th to 2nd centuries BC.

Illes Medes Marine Reserve: one of the most important reserves of marine flora and fauna in the Western Mediterranean.

Alt EmpordÓ

CadaquÚs: undoubtedly the most enchanting village of the Costa Brava. Surrounded by coves such as the one of Portlligat, home to the Salvador DalÝ Museum and a source of artistic inspiration. Stroll on its streets lined with art dealers, workshops and craft stalls.

Figueres: capital of the Alt EmpordÓ, home to a number of museums, such as the famous DalÝ Theatre-Museum, and with a rich architectural heritage. A gastronomic Mecca and a centre of fairs and festivals.

Emp˙ries: site of the archaeological remains of the Ancient Greek town of Emporion, later renamed Emporiae by the Romans, dating from the 6th century BC.

Aiguamolls de lĺEmpordÓ Nature Park: the landscape, flora and fauna of this protected area are among the most important of the Mediterranean.

Cap de Creus Nature Reserve: the first maritime nature reserve in Catalonia. It is home to the Sant Pere de Rodes Monastery, an ancient Benedictine abbey considered one of the finest examples of the Catalan Romanesque style.


Girona - Old Quarter: with its cathedral, Arab baths and the best preserved Jewish quarter in Catalonia.

Pla de l'Estany

Banyoles Lake: the largest natural lake in Catalonia. A natural space of great geological, ecological and scenic value.

La Selva

Tossa de Mar Old Quarter.

Botanical gardens of the La Selva coast: Santa Clotilde, Pinya de Rosa and Marimurtra.

Hot springs: the spas of Caldes de Malavella and Santa Coloma de Farners.

Montseny Nature Park: a biosphere reserve.


La Garrotxa Volcanic Region Natural Park, the Fageda dĺen JordÓ and Santa Pau: the finest example of volcanic landscape anywhere on the Iberian Peninsula.

Besal˙: one of the best preserved medieval villages in Catalonia: Monastery of Sant Pere, the Old Bridge, the Miqveh and Synagogue.

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