• Costa Brava for everyone

    Written by Txell Vila

    21/02/2024

    The Costa Brava and the Girona Pyrenees have 6,000 square kilometres of breathtaking scenery, nature, culture, gastronomy, active and sports tourism, sensorial and inclusive experiences, well-being and adventure activities... A visit packed with experiences accessible for everyone, between the mountains of the Pyrenees and the waters of the Mediterranean.

    Written by Txell Vila

    21/02/2024

  • An alternative Costa Brava

    Written by Esther Lopera

    25/01/2024

    From the north to the south, explore 10 typical towns with some very atypical features that you may not have heard of.

    Written by Esther Lopera

    25/01/2024

  • Five fairytale castles where you can live your own adventure

    Written by Emma Aixalà

    24/01/2024

    The past comes to life in these imposing fortresses open to the public.

    Written by Emma Aixalà

    24/01/2024

  • Girona, disseminated culture

    Written by Eudald Camps

    04/01/2024

    Aside from Barcelona, the province of Girona has almost twice as many spaces promoting art (museums, galleries, exhibition halls, etc.) as Lleida and Tarragona, respectively.

    Written by Eudald Camps

    04/01/2024

  • Exploring the romanesque Pyrenees

    Written by Emma Aixalà

    12/01/2023

    We present a selection of Romanesque churches, an architectural style found all over the Girona Pyrenees.

    Written by Emma Aixalà

    12/01/2023

  • Discover the footprint of the Indigetes on the Costa Brava

    Written by Txell Vila

    10/11/2023

    Around 2,600 years ago, the Iberians became the first indigenous civilisation in what is now Catalonia. They were a people made up of several tribes, such as the Indigetes, who settled at strategic points along the Costa Brava. A unique and surprising culture that we invite you to discover.

    Written by Txell Vila

    10/11/2023

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