To speak of Barcelona is to speak of a city where experiences and sensations move beyond its streets and its people - experiences and sensations that are also felt in the nature of its hotels. If you decide to seek a hotel in Barcelona, it is probably due to the strong attraction of the Catalonian capital. In addition to architecture and urbanism, there are more than 35,000 shops that mingle important international firms with the city's own distinctive brands. In Barcelona, vitality meets the capital of modernism.
Visit the small bays and beaches of Aiguafreda and Sa Tuna. The abrupt cliffs, the transparent waters and the exuberant vegetation that surrounds them make this the area with the greatest landscape beauty of the Costa Brava.
Walk along the seaside paths that link together Calella and Llafranc, and arrive at the San Sebastia lighthouse in Llafranch, a privileged view point 167 meters above sea level where there is a baroque sanctuary. The panoramic view of the bays of Llafranch and Calella is one of great beauty.
Castell d'Empordà favours a unique position in hilly backyard of the Costa Brava. In the midst of natural tranquility and just minutes away from the vivid vibe of city life and popular beaches. With a wide variety of recreational and cultural activities available in the region
More than a thousand years of history come together in ancient Girona, which extends around the single nave cathedral and the alleyways of the Jewish Quarter. The past and the beauty of the city attract more and more tourists. Girona thanks its growing popularity partly to the increased number of routes that connect the Girona - Costa Brava airport with almost every important European city.
Especially Ryanair is responsible for this development, bringing millions of tourists to Girona each year. A lot of them visit the city with its Arabian baths, beautiful boulevards or the monastery of Sant Pere de Galligants. These and other attractions makes Girona a required stop for any tourist, offering a wide range of possibilities.
Empordà has a lot to offer the experienced golfer. With the possibility of choosing from among 9 top international golf courses, Castell d' Empordà has selected the following courses for you: Emporda, Serres de Pals, Platja de Pals, Girona, Mas Nou d'Aro, Costa Brava or Peralada. We will be pleased to assist you with the reservation.
The medieval period was of enormous importance in the Girona area, with history forged by the great monasteries and the small independent earldoms, castles, Romanesque and Gothic churches. La Bisbal boasts a castle in the centre of the town, porticoed houses, a beautiful main square and an old Jewish quarter. Together with the three surrounding villages of Monells, Cruïlles and Corçà, this is an attractive route. Monells and Cruïlles are both only two km away from La Bisbal.
The porticoed square is the main point of interest in Monells. However, by far the most interesting feature of the three villages is the 11th-12th-century Cruïlles; Madremanya and Sant Martí Vell, which houses a curious late Gothic spire, all of which are on the same road. You will also find Peratallada, a typically medieval fortified village; and Ullastret, well known for the nearby Iberian settlement. Palau-sator, Pals and Sant Feliu de Boada, are three other villages that stand out for their medieval patrimony.
Emporda is considered to be the golden triangle of Dali, as three of his most important enclaves are located here.
1. Teatro Museu Dalí Figueras: Everything here holds Dali's personal signature. Outside, there is an emblematic metallic copula. The adjoining buildings are decorated in Dalian fashion with a final touch of enormous eggs.
2. Casa Museu Castell Gala Púbol: The castle that Dali gave to Gala maintains intact the spirit of its owner.
3. Casa Museu Salvador Dali Cadaqués: Visiting the house where Dali lived with Gala is fascinating. Mounted animals, kitsch decoration and all kinds of surprises.