Come to discover the Empordà landscape

We are in a flat area surrounded by mountains and the Mediterranean Sea. In few kilometres you can enjoy a peaceful walk along the coastal paths, jump into the wetlands to discover its rice fields and enjoy the birds stop there, discover the secrets of our Natural Parcs like Parc Natural del Montgrí, les Illes Medes i el Baix Ter and climb on top of the mountains to enjoy the beautiful views like Montgrí massif. Discover one of our autochthonous trees, the cork oak, and learn why is so important to use cork to stop wine and champagne bottles.


Produces, gastronomy and traditions

“Local producers, markets and cosy restaurants

Let me introduce you the local organic producers and taste the very best traditional local food of the Empordà region: superb organic extra virgin olive oils, artisanal soaps, amazing marmalades, wine and cava, honey, apple juice and sidra tastings, visits to local vegetable gardens and markets. Discover our museums that tell us about the artisanal methods and tools used along centuries.


Culture and history

“Lovely medieval towns”

Pals, Peratallada, Palau-Sator, Monells, Corçà, Vulpellac, Madremanya, Sant Martí Vell, Begur and lots of others. Let’s walk and discover their daily life, their worries, their homes, their fortifications, their beliefs, their romanesque and gothic buildings…


Dalí, a must

“Don’t miss Dalí”

Tell me the time you’ve got and I’ll tell you what we can do. Salvador Dalí was born in Figueres in 1904. He did his first exhibition at the age of 14 in Figueres Theatre, building he bought, restored and turned into his own museum in 1974. Cadaqués, his childhood summer home is a cosy fishing town visited by lots of artists all along the XX century where you can breathe an authentic artistic atmosphere. In the thirties he bought different fishing huts in a neighbour cove called Port Lligat and build his surrealistic home. Cadaqués and Port Lligat are in Cape Creus, a lovely rocky cape modelled by the Tramontana wind and the sea waves, where Dalí use to walk very often to get inspired by. In the sixties, he bought a castle to his wife Gala in Púbol, where she use to spend some weeks every summer.

As you can see, there’s lot to do and visit. Shall we start?

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