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Mapa Costa Brava

The Costa Brava is the name given to the coastal area of Spain that starts at the mouth of the river Tordera in Blanes and ends at the French border in Portbou. Bordered on the north by the Vermilion Coast and south to the Costa del Maresme. This coastal strip has an area of 214 km and is comprised of the Catalan regions of Alt Empordà, Baix Empordà and La Selva. It is situated in the province of Gerona, in the Autonomous Community of Catalonia in Spain.

The geographical location is known as Costa Brava has been, for centuries, a passage and settlement for many peoples and cultures, and the gateway to the Peninsula from Mediterranean Europe. The wealth of historical remains of the area are testimony to this fact. The first traces of activity that we belong to the people of the Paleolithic.


Going deeper into the story, we find the presence of Indo-European peoples who left their mark on megalithic constructions that can be found very close to Roses in the Gavarres and the Mountains Rodes. These monuments have an estimated 5000 years old B.C. and can found in the counties of Pla de l'Estany, Cerdanya, La Selva, Baix Empordà and Alt Empordà. Millennia later, we observed the presence of colonizing peoples like the Greeks or the Romans.

During the third century BC. Iberian territory was an important scene of military operations that kept Carthaginians and Romans called Punic Wars. At the time when the Carthaginians were finally defeated, the Romans took control of the area and progressively in the Iberian Peninsula, but had to constantly fight against local resistance. One such native tribes were indigetes, which was located in the coastal area now occupied by the Costa Brava.

Plus de 30% de la superficie totale des régions de Girona est protégé en raison de ses attraits naturels. Les zones naturelles les plus importantes de la Costa Brava sont:


It is one of the most important natural areas in Catalonia. Is located in the geographical accident of Cap de Creus, the point of the eastern Iberian Peninsula. Its territory belongs to the municipalities of Cadaqués, Port de la Selva, La Selva de Mar, Llançà, Vilajuïga, Pau, Palau-Saverdera and Roses. Space and earth, the sea, the park covers 13,886 hectares and receives about 435,000 visitors each year. The strong winds that roam the area, especially the Tramuntana, and waves have shaped this part of the coast, forming a very steep profile. The entire territory, we find sparse vegetation, but a rich fauna.

Parc Natural de Cap de Creus


L'Empordà Natural Park, is a set of marshes generated at the end of the course of the river Muga and Fluvia. Since October 1983 is considered Site of Natural Interest. The park covers an area of approximately 4,730 hectares, of which 825 are strictly protected nature reserve full. The park is located in the vicinity of the Alt Empordà and municipalities make Castelló Empurias San Pedro Pescador, Palau-Saverdera, Perelada, Pau, Pedret and Marsa, La Escala, Roses and The Armentera. His main interest lies in the richness of flora and bird life especially, especially immigration.


Reserva Natural Integral de les Llaunes


Illes Medes; Small archipelago located 900m. Estartit, on the beach of L'Estartit. They are practically the only islands off the coast of Catalonia and are formed by the elevations of the Sierra Estartit. There are a total of seven islets with rocky bottoms and underwater caves that make it a perfect place for scuba diving. The area is considered for its rich marine reserve ecosystem, favored for its proximity to the mouth of the river Ter.

Illes Medes





Tossa de Mar is a municipality belonging to the county of La Selva, in the province of Girona, on the Costa Brava so this is a perfect place to enjoy its beaches. In the bay of Tossa is a small promontory on the beach, in which a medieval walled city lies, called the Vila Vella, who has seven round towers. Its origin is estimated in the twelfth century and was built to prevent pirate attacks. Inside are the remains of a church and the palace of the governor of the XIV century. Near the complex there are archaeological finds of what was a Roman villa of the fourth century, the Roman villa of Els Ametllers. It has a municipal museum within the enclosure, with archaeological collections, local and foreign painting, sculpture. It has information on Paleolithic remains located in the area still in situ, that is why it is thought that in prehistoric times was a pretty important enclave . In Roman times , and other less important towns , we are left with the Vil · la Romana dels Atmetllers in Avda Peregrí , 5-13 . This is one of the most important towns of the former province of Tarraco , especially cultivation of the vine and the exportation of wine consumer .Moreover, we find all the old part of the city surrounded by walls belonging to medieval times. In this same era as attractions also see Can Magi Tower or Torre dels Moros , La Capella de la Verge Socors , Can Can Leandro Ganga or one of the first extramural buildings, fortified by its location near the sea and tried prevent attack by pirates and L' Antic Mas Rabassa with watchtower.Other interesting places to visit are the Church of Tossa de Sant Vicenç enlarged in the XVIII century, the Culture House (former Hospital de Sant Miquel ), the Sanctuary of Sant Grau, located 15 km from Tossa de Mar, in neo-Gothic style, House by Antoni Sans of Fern , a disciple of the great architect Puig , where a great aesthetic eclecticism is appreciated. Finally , it is advisable to walk around the streets inside the walls and climb the lighthouse where you can enjoy fantastic views. Outside the walls is the district of Sa Rocket, a traditional neighborhood of very nice visiting fishermen.


Tossa de Mar



Cala Llevadó

Oficina de Turismo de Tossa De Mar
Av. Del Pelegrí 25 – Edifici La Nau
17320 Tossa de Mar (Girona)
Tel. 972 340 108


It is a capital of the province and the region of Gironés in Catalonia. The city is crossed by ther rivers Ter, Guell, Onyar  and Galligants, at an altitude of 75 m above sea level. Your Old Quarter or Barri Vell is one of the most evocative of Catalonia , with only monumental elements in Europe. It is bounded on the east by the so-called Paseo de la Muralla, the coastal path of the old Carolingian walls (IX ) and the late Middle Ages (XIV and XV). Its monuments include the widest Call ( Jewish Quarter , one of the best preserved in Spain ) and their famous colorful houses Onar and Cathedral, with a single nave , the world. The history of the city dates back to the settlements of the Iberian tribe indigetes in the surrounding villages and close the Llano de Gerona. By the 77 th. C. Pompey built an oppidum on the Via Heraclea and the Roman occupiers originally founded Gerona , called in Latin Gerunda. The new city was repopulated with Gerunda villagers of San Julián de Ramis became an important center of the region , with the articulation of a Roman ager surrounding the city. Although Gerunda was inside , away from the coast , had a good connection with the port of Empurias. The city had its first period of glory as the united diocese to the metropolitan see of Tarragona , followed ruralization that raged throughout the ancient Roman Empire because of the general ruin and loss of weight of the population of Church



La Cathedral

Gerona Cathedral dedicated to St. Mary, is located at the highest point in the city , has the widest Gothic nave in the world , with a total width of 22.98 meters. Its construction began in the eleventh century in Romanesque style , following in the XIII Gothic, retaining only the Romanesque cloister of the twelfth and the tower dating from the same period of 1040, was completed in the eighteenth century.

From the beginning of Christianity throughout this area, one the city of Gerona was a bishopric who settled in the church of Santa María, while carrying the shrine of St. Felix deacon martyr, this shrine was built over the grave of the martyr, near the city wall. This small church of San Félix received Christian worship in place of Santa Maria when the Arabs took it over to make it more mosque in the year 717. Later, in 785, Gerona was conquered by the Franks, then under the authority of Charlemagne. In 882 the first community of canons formed and in 908 the church was again consecrated. The facade is Baroque and was built in 1730. The central access stairway was built in 1607. Outside the cathedral Gothic portico San Miguel, located north porch and south of the Apostles, the fourteenth century and to which was added a few sculptures in the fifteenth century is preserved. We must also mention the Romanesque cathedral of the eleventh century episcopal located on the main chapel, the altarpiece, silver-gilt and enamel, a masterpiece of Gothic goldsmith by Bartomeu between 1320 and 1357. In the treasury of the cathedral you can admire the tapestry of Creation and various sculptures. One of the main architects (and sculptor) of the seventeenth century was Pere Costa i Cases.

Catedral Girona


Sant Pere de Galligants 

Sant Pere de Galligants is Benedictine abbey in Girona, Catalonia. Since 1857, it is home to the Archaeological Museum of Catalonia in the city. The monastery was built from 992, outside the walls of Girona, when Ramon Borrell, count of Barcelona gave to the monks rights over the quarter of Sant Pere. The monks held the ruler of the quarter until 1339, when King Peter IV of Aragon restored it to Aragon. nIn 1117 Ramon Berenguer III of Barcelona united the monastery to the Abbey of Sainte-Marie de Lagrasse, in what is now France, though Sant Pere kept an abbot of his own and a large degree of autonomy. Sant Pere was never a big community, and the church was not the local parish, and only baptisms were held in the monastery. In 1362, when the monastery was enclosed within the city's walls, it was redesigned to a more defensive shape. It started to decay from the 15th century, and in 1592 it was united to the also decaying monasteries of Sant Miquel de Cruïlles and Sant Miquel de Fluvià. In 1835 the monastery included an abbot and four monks. It was declared a national monument in 1931. The small cloister is an example of Catalan Romanesque architecture. The northern gallery dates to 1154, while the remaining ones are from 1190. The capitals of the columns have motifs very similar to those in the cloisters of Sant Cugat del Vallès or in theCathedral of Girona. Some depict scenes from Jesus' life, while others show typical Romanesque elements such as lions or sirens.


Sant Pere Galligants



Sant Feliu

Originating in the earliest days of Christianity, retains much of the Romanesque building completed later with ships and gothic and a baroque facade (XI-XVII). Eight extraordinary Roman and early Christian graves are its main attraction. Houses the offices of the parish church of Sant Feliu Girona Bishopric, so named because this was the main temple of Gerona before the construction of the cathedral. Its construction, in honor of the martyr St. Felix, was extended from the twelfth to the seventeenth century and retains much of the Romanesque building completed later with ships and Gothic and Baroque facade covered.


Sant Feliu



Baños Árabes
They were built in 1194 that mimicked the structure of Muslims bathrooms. The siege of 1285 caused considerable damage to the building. In 1294, James II of Aragon gave it to Ramon Tolrà to change to restore it. The property served as baths until it closed in the fifteenth century. Thereafter, it passed into private hands that allocated to other uses. In 1617 a convent of Capuchin who used pantry, kitchen and laundry set. It is during the nineteenth century that the term was popularized Arabic baths to refer to the building. In 1929, the baths became publicly owned and rehabilitated. The bathrooms are divided into five precincts: the crowds, the cold room, the warm room, hot room and furnace room and boiler. They are a construction similar to the Roman Baths, copied from the North African Muslims models and late Romanesque ornamentation plant.


Banys Árabs



Jewish Heritage (El Call)

Although most traces of Girona's rich Jewish history were wiped out when the Jews were expelled from Spain, a few remain. On Carrer de Sant Llorenc, a rectangular indentation that once held amezuzah can be seen on the doorway of an old building. Farther along is the Centre Bonastruc ça Porta and the Catalan Jewish Museum. The Bonastruc ça Porta project started in the 1970s, when it became fashionable to renovate properties in the old town.


El Call



Casas de l'Onyar

Characteristic of Girona are the picturesque houses overlooking the river Onyar. These were built over many years and give the flavour of a small Mediterranean city. The façades are painted according to a palette created by Enric Ansesa, James J. Faixó and the architects Fuses and J. Viader. One of these houses (at Ballesteries 29, Girona) is Casa Masó, the birthplace of the architect Rafael Masó and an example of Noucentisme in Girona. The river façade can be recognised by its unique white color.



Cases de l'Onyar


La Rambla de la Llibertat

Antigua espina dorsal del la Gerona medieval barroca y octocentista, es el espacio público más concurrido y emblemático de Gerona. Sin embargo, la existencia de la rambla es muy reciente ya que su configuración data del 1885 época en la que el arquitecto municipal Martí Sureda i Deulovol unificó la plaza de las coles con la calle del abrevadero y los soportales de los esparteros que hizo derribar. Todo el espacio se convirtió, entonces, en un paseo arbolado, de tilos, y se pusieron unos bancos. Se llamó La Rambla de la Libertad haciendo honor al árbol de la libertad que se plantó en 1869, durante el sexenio democrático. Aunque el espacio fue muy modificado por Sureda, conserva una parte porticada medieval y algunos de los palacios de la misma época. No obstante, la construcción de inmuebles ochocentistas transformó, en parte, el carácter medieval del espacio. Actualmente la Rambla es el punto de entrada al Barrio Antiguo para los turistas que llegan a la ciudad y un lugar de paseo para todos.


Rambla Llibertat




Plaça de la Independència

The Plaça de la Independència, which refers to the War of Spanish Independence against Napoleon Bonaparte, is one of the best known and most frequented places in Girona. Located in Mercadal district in the city center, is also known as Plaça de Sant Agustí, because formerly the Convent of Sant Agustí had been raised there. The interest of the square lies 19th-century style, despite it is surrounded by austere identical neoclassical buildings with porches dedicated to the defenders of the city of Girona during the sieges of 1808 and 1809. However, the symmetrical proportions of square corresponds more to current interventions than its architectural past. The municipal architect Marí Sureda was the first who thought up an arcaded square with loops closed and neoclassical, with some buildings having the same aesthetic proportions. The urbanization of the area only followed in part their schemes. The construction of the first theaters in this city, broke down the idea of Martí Sureda. Until the 18th century, what that architect had imagined could not be completed. This part of the city in Noucentisme style is a romantic and timeless creation, from one century to another, nowadays captivates inhabitants and visitors. Today has great activity due to the gradual opening of cafes and restaurants. On this, some business are well known for its history like the Café Royal, Cinema Albéniz and Casa Marieta.


Plaça de la Independència


Casa de la Punxa

Modernist building by local architect Rafael Masó

Casa de la Punxa

El Parque de la Devesa

It is the largest urban park in Catalonia and is among the Ter, Güell Onyar and river. It has an area of 40 ha, of which nine are shaded walks. The park has over 2,500 bananas, hybrid of eastern and western species, most of which were planted around 1850 and have, therefore, about 150 years. Positioned within walking distance of each other, they have been forced to grow in length and in width and that has made them reach early own peak heights of their life. Many of them have exceptional height of 60 m. In one corner of the park include the gardens of La Devesa, a space enclosed by a stream where different plant species.

Parc de la Devesa


Barcelona is the capital city of the autonomous community of Catalonia in Spain, and its 2nd largest city, with a population of 1.6 million within its administrative limits. Its urban area extends beyond the administrative city limits with a population of around 4.5 million, being the sixth-most populous urban area in the European Union after Paris, London, the Ruhr, Madrid and Milan. About five million people live in the Barcelona metropolitan area. It is the largest metropolis on the Mediterranean Sea, located on the coast between the mouths of the rivers Llobregat and Besòs, and bounded to the west by the Serra de Collserola mountain range, the tallest peak of which is 512 metres (1,680 ft) high. Founded as a Roman city, in the Middle Ages Barcelona became the capital of the County of Barcelona. After merging with the Kingdom of Aragon, Barcelona continued to be an important city in the Crown of Aragon. Besieged several times during its history, Barcelona has a rich cultural heritage and is today an important cultural centre and a major tourist destination. Particularly renowned are the architectural works of Antoni Gaudí and Lluís Domènech i Montaner, which have been designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The headquarters of the Union for the Mediterranean is located in Barcelona. The city is known for hosting the 1992 Summer Olympics as well as world-class conferences and expositions and also many international sport tournaments.


Rambla de Catalunya
Is one of the most central streets of Barcelona , which runs along the right direction Eixample sea - mountain between Paseo de Gracia and Carrer de Balmes .
Born in Plaza Catalunya and ends at the Avenida Diagonal. It is basically a shopping street with plenty of shops. Currently , there are two rooms: the Colosseum club and Alexandra , which integrates various parlors and Alexis . In the past, the number 3 missing Barcelona Theatre and other theaters have disappeared over time, as the Alcazar .
It is the continuation of the famous Ramblas towards enlargement and with the exception of the first tranche (Plaza Catalunya - Gran Vía ) , where there is underground parking , the remainder a central promenade lined tiloscon a sculpture each end : the bull sitting on the corner of Gran Via and giraffe Flirty next to the Diagonal. The two sculptures are the work of Josep Granyer . Number 126 , near the rue de la Corse , is the Serra House , modernist building by architect Josep Puig of Barcelona Provincial Council current headquarters . In 1990 , the side sidewalks were widened and rehabilitated throughout the central promenade.

Rambla de Catalunya

Passeig de Gràcia
Passeig de Gràcia is one of the main avenues guest and one of Spain's most famous avenues, due to its importance for tourism, shopping districts, businesses and a great showcase works outstanding of the modernist architecture, buildings and architects Antoni Gaudí and Lluís Domènech i Montaner, declared World Heritage Site. The Avenue is located in the central part of the city, the Eixample, and connects Plaça Catalunya in the south with Mayor Grace Street to the north. It may be similar in popularity to the Champs-Elysées, on the other hand is the second most expensive street in Spain mainly referring to the location.
Passeig de Gràcia
Sagrada Família

The Basílica i Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família, is a large Roman Catholic church in Barcelona, Spain, designed by Catalan architectAntoni Gaudí (1852–1926). Although incomplete, the church is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and in November 2010 Pope Benedict XVI consecrated and proclaimed it a minor basilica, as distinct from a cathedral which must be the seat of a bishop. Construction of Sagrada Família had commenced in 1882, Gaudí became involved in 1883, taking over the project and transforming it with his architectural and engineering style, combining Gothic and curvilinear Art Nouveau forms. Gaudí devoted his last years to the project, and at the time of his death at age 73 in 1926 less than a quarter of the project was complete. Sagrada Família's construction progressed slowly, as it relied on private donations and was interrupted by the Spanish Civil War, only to resume intermittent progress in the 1950s. Construction passed the midpoint in 2010 with some of the project's greatest challenges remaining and an anticipated completion date of 2026, the centenary of Gaudí's death.
Sagrada Família

Park Güell
Park Güell is a garden complex with architectural elements situated on the hill of El Carmel in the Gràcia district of Barcelona. It was designed by the Catalan architect Antoni Gaudí and built in the years 1900 to 1914. It has an extension of 17.18 ha (0.1718 km²), which makes it one of the largest architectural works in south Europe. It is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site "Works of Antoni Gaudí"

Park Güell


Empúries was a town on the Mediterranean coast of the Catalan comarca of Alt Empordà in Catalonia. It was founded in 575 BC by Greek colonists from Phocaea. It was later occupied by the Romans (but in the Early Middle Ages, when its exposed coastal position left it open to marauders, the town was abandoned. The ruins are midway between the Costa Brava town of L'Escala and the tiny village of Sant Martí. There are good car parking facilities and the site may be reached by a traffic-free coastal walk from L'Escala.



Figueres is the capital of the comarca of Alt Empordà, in the province of Girona, Catalonia. The town is the birthplace of artist Salvador Dalí, and houses the Teatre-Museu Gala Salvador Dalí, a large museum designed by Dalí himself which attracts many visitors. It is also the birthplace of Narcís Monturiol i Estarriol, inventor of the first successful machine-powered submarine.


Teatre-Museu Gala Salvador Dalí

The heart of the museum was the building that housed the town's theatre when Dalí was a child, and where one of the first public exhibitions of young Dalí's art was shown. The old theater was bombed during the Spanish Civil War and remained in a state of ruin for decades until Dalí and the mayor of Figueres decided to rebuild it as a museum dedicated to the town's most famous son in 1960. The museum also occupies buildings and courtyards adjacent to the old theater building.
Museu Dalí
Toy Museum
The museum was inaugurated in 1982 in the premises of the former Hotel de Paris in the Rambla de Figueres. The museum exhibits over 4000 pieces : zootropos , Meccans , small theaters , animals and cardboard horses , kitchens, balls, tops, airplanes, cars , trains, dolls, puppets, magic devices , games blind , costumes, cut-outs , handlebars, soldiers , robots, steam engines, teddy bears , tricycles , scooters ... Many of these pieces are accompanied by old photographs of children with their toys , which helps us place them in chronological order and see how he played at all ages . some toys had belonged to people like Anna Maria and Salvador Dalí, Federico García Lorca, Joan Miró and Josep Palau Fabre, Joan Brossa , Quim Monzo , Frederic Amat ... The museum has a research and documentation games and toys, Brossa - Fregoli auditorium and space for outdoor activities : the museum roof . Visit the collection can have multiple interpretations: the nostalgic toys by our grandparents and observation , with which we can observe how the scientific and technical progress over time have influenced the design of games and toys , as they made and continue to make historical events and artistic movements.
Museu del Joguet de Catalunya
Sant Ferran Castle

is situated on a hill in Figueres, Catalonia at the end of Pujada del Castell. It is a large military fortress built in the eighteenth century under the orders of several military engineers, including Peter Martin i Cermeño Juan Martin Cermeño. It is the largest monument of Catalonia.

Castell de Sant Ferran




The beaches of the Costa Brava are characterized by the quality of its waters. Many of these have been attributed to the Blue Flag, unmistakable symbol of clean and uncontaminated water. Some of these beaches are Lloret de Mar, Tamariu Palafrugell, Cristos Cala-Cala Gogo Calonge, Palamos La Fosca Mar Menuda Tossa de Mar. Another of the features of the Costa Brava is the small coves and beaches hidden, surrounded by vegetation, due to erosion of the sea on the cliffs. Are accessible from the sea and many others can only be reached by coastal paths along the coast in some municipalities of the Costa Brava Some only.


Blanes is a Spanish municipality in the county of La Selva in the province of Gerona, Catalonia. Located on the Girona coast. It is the first town on the Costa Brava, which is known as the "Gateway to the Costa Brava". In tiemposromanos it was called Blanda or Blandae. Your municipality is 18.29 km². Blanes is also a popular tourist town in the Catalan and Spanish geography, where playasrodeadas coves and mountains makes this a very touristy place. One of the best beaches is Cala Bona. The Costa de Blanes extends over 4 Kilometers from sandy beaches, coves surrounded by mountains and incredible extraordinary beauty. Can fully enjoy nature at fantastic beaches Naturist (Nudist) Walking throughout Maritimo promenade and relax enjoying the Mediterranean climate in any of the many terraces, bars, restaurants and bars that have on our coast. Blanes is the ideal place for a magnificent summer holidays, with all kinds of services geared to leisure, entertainment and relaxation for all kinds of audiences and ages, from the smallest to the largest site in our vila find a quiet place and exotic holiday.
Playa de Blanes

Playa de la Boadella:

La Cala de Sa Boadella is practically the only virgin beach of Lloret de Mar. Located in a privileged enclave accessible through a pine forest between Santa Clotilde Gardens and Santa Cristina Beach, this cove has a natural charm worth visiting . Its crystal clear waters, golden sand and quiet of an untapped corner, make this beach an ideal place to enjoy your visit to the Costa Brava.

The seabed is shallow in the first few meters from the shore and full of rocks, caves and natural caves as we head into the sea. It is an ideal place to spend the day with family practicing water sports such as snorkeling or kayaking site. An idyllic and quiet a few meters away from the crowded beaches of Lloret Fenals or solution In the part of the far beach access road nudism is allowed. The cove is equipped with showers and a terrace bar serving drinks, ice cream and snacks.

Cala Boadella


Lloret del Mar is a Spanish municipality in the county of La Selva, in the province of Gerona, Catalonia and by the sea. It is equipped with excellent sandy beaches grainy. It also has magnificent views of the castle at one end and the other a monument to "The Sailor donates' depicting the suffering of women awaiting the return of their fishermen husbands.
Lloret de mar


Canyelles is farthest from the village beach and is accessed from the road to Tossa de Mar. With a similar extension of Santa Cristina, Canyelles out because it is the only marina in Lloret de Mar. Cala Canyelles has that thick white feature of most Lloret sand beaches and many of the Costa Brava. If we look up we see the cliffs full of pines that surround.
Cala Canyeles


Tossa de Mar (Catalan pronunciation: [?tos? ð? ?mar]) is a municipality in Catalonia, Spain, located on the Costa Brava, about 103 kilometres north of Barcelona and 100 kilometres south of the French border. It is accessible through Girona Airport, some distance north.

Tossa de Mar


The coast of Sant Feliu de Guíxols is full of contrasts between cliffs, secluded coves, some rocky and sandy other is. From the south we highlight Creek Canyerets, Vigatà Creek and Port Salvi among others, down to the bay of Sant Feliu. To the north, the beach of Sant Pol retains the beauty of the buildings of the nineteenth century and clear, calm and shallow waters.
The sporting, commercial and fishing port, which allows the entry of large vessels to the bay, is the nexus of the city with its origins sailors, the result of a very close relationship with the Mediterranean that has endured to this day. A walk to the lighthouse pier as panoramic reflects the bond of Sant Feliu de Guíxols with the sea.

Sant Feliu de Guixols


Its privileged location near the sea and close to major road networks, the number of shops, nightlife and entertainment and tourist offer quality services are some of the main attractions of Platja d'Aro, Castell d'Aro and S'Agaró. This set, which can be enjoyed throughout the year, has become one of the main destinations of Costa Brava and one of the most sought after of all the Mediterranean.

Platja d'Aro