This charming town is known for its production of anchovies and the Costa Brava salt, as well as its old Mediterranean roots and traditions that their inhabitants have managed to keep and transmit throughout the centuries. The Anchovy and Salt Museum and the Alfolí building witness the value of these traditions.
All guided tours of: Costa Brava
This former fishermen town has become now one of the most beautiful and inviting places in Costa Brava. The narrowing windy streets and the XIIIth century city walls shape the old village, which expands up the hill, from where we will enjoy some wonderful views of Costa Brava and its small rocky bays, as well as the hiking paths.
Castelló d'Empúries is an inland medieval village very close to the sea and to the residential marine of Empuriabrava.
Small fishing village of the North Costa Brava, surrounded by an exceptional landscape that stands out for its beauty and its bohemian atmosphere. This place has been source of inspiration for several artists, among them Salvador Dalí.
Lloret is a town of beautiful beaches where its history is closely tied to the sea. Skilled seamen, experimented shipbuilders and venturous indianos left their print in this town throughout time.
Come and discover and absolutely unique site located in a privileged landscape, a few meters from Costa Brava and with great views over the Pyrenees and Cap de Creus mountains.
Come to the Natural Park of Cap de Creus and discover this hidden gem of Romanesque architecture. As you drive to the monastery you will enjoy some of the best views over the plane of Empordà, the Pyrenees and the furthermost point north of Costa Brava.