The municipality of Castelló d’Empúries, in the province of Gerona, offers numerous possibilities for enjoying unforgettable holidays. Not only for its natural tourist attractions, but also for its proximity to some of the most beautiful towns in Catalonia. Although they are all worth a visit, here we show you some that you cannot miss.
Declared a Historic-Artistic Site, this charming medieval town is located in the Baix Empordà region. Its cobbled streets and traditional Catalan-style buildings make it an ideal place for a pleasant walk. Do not miss the Church of Santa Maria, in Gothic style, or the Castle of Pals, from where you can see a magnificent view of the town and the sea.
Another of the essential towns of the Costa Brava. Begur stands out for its architectural richness, which ranges from the medieval castle to the typical Catalan houses with coats of arms. All this surrounded by a spectacular natural landscape made up of dreamlike coves and beaches. Do not forget to visit the Parish Church of Santa Maria la Mayor, built in the 16th century, and the Municipal Archaeological Museum, where you can admire interesting prehistoric pieces found in the area.
This picturesque fishing village is located in the heart of the Costa Brava and offers a unique and incomparable atmosphere. Its narrow cobbled streets will transport you to another era, while its many hidden corners invite you to discover new places. Do not miss the Parish Church of Santa Maria, built in the 18th century, or the Salvador Dalí house-workshop museum, where you can admire some of the most representative works of the famous Catalan artist.
This town on the Costa Brava is in the middle of nature and offers a unique landscape made up of dreamlike coves and beaches. Do not miss the Church of Santa Maria, built in the 13th century, or the Castle of Roses, from where you can see a magnificent view of the town and the sea.
Figueres is a small municipality located in the province of Girona, a few kilometers from the border with France. It stands out for its cultural richness, which ranges from the Dalí Museum to the Dalí Theatre-Museum, where you can admire some of the most representative works of the famous Catalan artist.