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 seduces through its beautiful old town,

full of little streets, and the Gothic-style Santa María church, both towering over the town. A great number of points of interest, as well as the Casa Museo Salvador Dalí and the Cabo de Creus Natural Park are within reach from Cadaqués.

Calella de Palafrugell

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

Every Summer the Cantada d'Havaneres de Calella de Palafrugell takes place, an internationally renowned habaneras music meeting that brings together many people in the beaches of this town.

The Dalí Triangle

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

Second, Casa-Museo Salvador Dalí in Portlligat, that was his home and atelier and 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.



Girona, Temps de Flors (Flower Festival)

Girona, Temps de Flors (Flower Festival)

From 13th to 21th May 2017

Girona, Temps de Flors is an exhibition held in May, with spring in full swing. For a few days, the colours and aromas of flowers fill the squares and streets of the city of Girona.

Saint John's Eve

Saint John's Eve

The 23 and 24 june

The “Night of the Fire” or the “Night of the Witches” is a very important and ancient Spanish custom. Just walk around the streets, let the music guide you, and take part in one of the most popular festivals to say goodbye to spring and hello to summer.


The capital of Catalonia boasts a great amount 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.​

Beautiful city endowed with a unique historic quarter.  Its rich architectural heritage and numerous cultural activities make Girona a captivating city.  ​




Plaça d’Espanya, s/n
17002 Girona​​