Isolated by the Puig de Paní and Puig de Bufadors mountains, this fishing town is the easternmost point of the Iberian Peninsula.

From the shores of the bay that bears its name, Cadaqués is a seductive, beautiful old town full of little streets, with the Gothic-style Santa María church that towers over the town.

Calella de Palafrugell

A very picturesque place, this fishing village still retains its charm and genuine ambience. With little white houses and a bell tower overlooking the town, Calella de Palafrugell is one of the most beautiful places in the Costa Brava.

The Cantada d'Havaneres de Calella de Palafrugell takes place every summer. It’s an internationally renowned habaneras music meeting that brings many people together on the beaches of Cadaqués.

The Dalí Triangle

Discover the works of the famous artist Salvador Dalí through three places. First, the Teatro-Museo Dalí in Figueres, where a large selection of the artist’s surrealist works can be found.

Second, Casa-Museo Salvador Dalí in Portlligat, which was his home and atelier and is where his personal belongings and original furniture are. Lastly, Casa-Museo Castillo Gala Dalí in Púbol, given by Dalí as a present to his muse and wife Gala.



Carnival on the Costa Brava

Carnival on the Costa Brava


Parades, floats, costumes and amusement are at the rendezvous of the carnivals of Costa Brava. Enjoy this atmosphere with beautiful surroundings such as the villages of the sea coast and don’t miss the traditional "burial of the sardine" in the end!


The capital of Catalonia boasts a great number of architectural treasures and a rich historic heritage.​

Located between the Pyrenees and the Costa Brava, the capital of the region known as Alt Empordà is the gate to Spain and a must-see destination.​

Girona is a beautiful city endowed with a unique historic district. Its rich architectural heritage and numerous cultural activities make Girona a captivating city.​




Plaça d’Espanya, s/n
17002 Girona​​