Urbanització Mas Nou, s/n, 17250 Platja d'Aro, Girona
Club Golf d'Aro
The golf course was designed in 1990 by the prestigious architect Ramón Espinosa. In 1992 it received the award for the best golf course in Europe. Currently, it is considered one of the best courses on the Costa Brava.
Carrer de les Roques Martines, 17250 Platja d'Aro, Girona
Pitch Putt Platja d'Aro
A route aimed at all types of players and ideal for getting into this fantastic sport. Here you can start your career as a golfer, improve your game or simply share a healthy and happy day with friends.
A 9-hole course that guarantees fun on the course with the possibility of doing 18, with a first round of 825m and a second round of 763 and double starts on holes 5, 7 and 8.
A very original course with some spectacular holes and a total length of 1,588 metres.
Museu Dalí, Figueres, Spain
Theater of the nineteenth century, home to a peculiar museum designed by Dalí himself to show his works.
Gala Dali, s/n, 17120 Púbol, Girona
This medieval building is Dalí's gift to Gala, his wife and muse. The Gala Dalí Castle-House of Púbol, opened to the public since 1996, sums up the relationship established between the two lovers, while at the same time revealing the artist's creative talent in all kinds of decorative details.
The whole building worshiped Gala, almost as if it were a feudal lady. Even the couple agreed that Dali would not visit her if it was not with an invitation from her in writing.
Platja Portlligat, s/n, 17488 Cadaqués, Girona
Salvador Dalí's House (Cadaqués)
The construction, devised by Dalí and Gala, is a labyrinthine structure organized around the Osa Hall. From this central axis is dispersed in a succession of small rooms connected by corridors, small changes of level and dead ends. The rooms have windows of different shapes and sizes but with a common denominator: they frame the Bay of Portlligat, a place that is a constant theme in the work of Dalí.
Plaça Port Bo, 17210 Calella de Palafrugell, Girona, Spain
Calella de Palafrugell
Old fishing village, formed by several coves, which still retains its charm. Calella de Palafrugell is one of the few villages on the Costa Brava where the atmosphere of the villages in the area is still maintained, before mass tourism arrived, with narrow streets, houses with sloped roofs and some traditional two-storey fishermen's homes.
This fishing village is situated on a rocky coastline, formed by small coves, north of the natural site of Castell - Cap Roig, ideal for walks or bicycle tours, and south of the coastal and tourist center of Llafranc.
In summer, the Cap Roig Festival Music Festival is held in the Botanic Garden of Cap Roig and also the Summer Concert Cycle in the Sant Pere Church, organized by Juventudes Musicales de Palafrugell. The annual meeting of habaneras, which brings together thousands of people on the beach in Port Bo, is one of the most famous acts in the area.
It is one of the most known and visited municipalities of the region for the beauty of its landscape and the richness of its historical and patrimonial legacy.
In Pals you will find one of the most beautiful and best preserved Gothic areas of the Empordà and a natural environment of marshes and paddy fields for walking, hiking and cycling, or simply to observe and enjoy the landscape.
Carretera Circumval·lacio, s/n, 17250 Castell-Platja d'Aro, Girona
In the two water parks on the Costa Brava you can enjoy different attractions such as: wave pools, fast rivers, slides, kamikazes and fantastic soft slopes. A set of attractions geared for both children and adults. The Aquadiver water parks in Platja d'Aro and Water World in Lloret de Mar are the perfect place to spend unforgettable days with family and friends.
Plaza Santa María, s/n, 17249 Castell-Platja d'Aro, Girona, Spain
Castle of Benedormiens
Benedormiens Castle, located in the historic center of Castell d'Aro, is mentioned for the first time in 1041. Until the 15th century, the building played an important defensive role in the area of La Vall d'Aro.
Currently, it retains little of its original appearance due to the various reforms to which it has had to undergo. The building is owned by the municipality and is one of the main cultural centers of the town.
Mn. Cinto Verdaguer, 4 (17250 Platja d'Aro)
Round road Platja d'Aro - St. Antoni de Calonge
The rocky point of Platja d'Aro is the starting point of a round road that connects with the beach of Torre Valentina.
This itinerary to go with family, sometimes passes through tunnels and is characterized by its magnificent panoramic views. The punta d'en Ramis, the Rovira beach, the corridor known as the Xuclador, the small beach of sa Cova, the coves of Pitxot, the Vilaret or Pi, or the rocky punta d'Escuits, form a sinuous course dotted with rocks mixed with vegetation. From the road you can see the so-called Rodones of Dintre i de Fora, a set of reefs that appear and disappear with the force of the waves.
The round road continues along the beaches of the Ros, is Canyers, Belladona and Sant Jordi. The latter is located in the middle of a rocky point that extends to the islet of the same name. At this point a tiny corner is formed protected by the same wall of the round road.
The road then continues to the beach of Cap Roig, surrounded by a wall of cement by which you can walk. From there you can see a superfly on the ends of the Cap Roig plate, wrapped around a cement wall, which is capable of walking. From there there will be a marine surface curled with rocks and sculptures. Segueixen les platges de l'Ermita, ses Torretes, Treumal (Cala Gogó) and Can Cristus.
Here, the tip of the Malpàs communicates to the cove called les Roques Planes. It is a tract of a paratge different from the subtraction of the coast, characterizat by the peculiar aspect that li confereixen the gray rocks and arrodonides by effect of erosion.
Then the road continues along a stretch of small red rocks that ends at the beach of Torre Valentina, in Sant Antoni de Calonge.
Crta.C250, Km 27'6, 17246 Santa Cristina d'Aro, Girona
Horse riding Santa Cristina D'aro
The Santa Cristina Equestrian Club is located within the Gavarres Natural Interest Area.
A truly beautiful landscape that welcomes with excellent facilities for those who are
passionate about horse riding and animal care.
You can enjoy a wide variety of outdoor activities at the club,
including horse riding, lessons at the riding school or, for the little ones, the Pony Club.
Platja d'Aro, Passeig Marítim, Platja d'Aro, Girona, Spain
Camí de Ronda
The route of Camino de Ronda is a path made for walking along the ancient path in the seaside of the Costa Brava. The biggest part of the path of Camino de Ronda goes through narrow paths only adapted for trekkers on foot, with slopes, constant uphills and downhills, and some times even a bit tricky. In some occasions we also walk though sea promenades, beaches and flat stretches.
The above-mentioned, paired with the beauty of the landscape, flora and the abrupt geology of the Costa Brava, makes Camí de Ronda an authentic paradise for hikers and trekkers. Unlike other similar routes, Camí de Ronda is a route that can be done 365 days a year.
Plaça del Monestir, Sant Feliu de Guíxols, Spain
The history of Sant Feliu de Guíxols can be summed up from the Benedictine monastery, in which architectural styles ranging from the 5th to the 18th century are combined. On structures from the Roman era, the first monastery was erected dating back to the 10th century and of which the Porta Ferrada remains, which was integrated as an entrance porch. Later, elements and constructions were incorporated, among them the Gothic church or the new convent from the 18th century.
Currently part of the building can be visited together with the Fum and Corn towers, located on each side of the church. At the time they acted as watchtowers. In the first of them, smoke signals made with wet straw were emitted. From the second, a sea horn was sounded in case of danger.
Restaurant Sant Pere del Bosc, LLoc de Sant Pere del Bosc, Lloret de Mar, Spain
Sant Pere del Bosc
The heritage complex of Sant Pere del Bosc has more than a thousand years of history. Its origins as a Benedictine monastery date back to the year 986, after an attack on the convent of Blanes. It was then that what we know today as Sant Pere del Bosc was formed, although at that time it was baptized as Sant Pere Salou, a group of buildings around a chapel.
Tossa de Mar, Tossa de Mar, Spain
Tossa de Mar
Tossa de Mar is one of the most emblematic and photographed towns on the Costa Brava. One of the main reasons is its spectacular fortified medieval core, declared a National Historic-Artistic Monument.
The town is practically isolated from neighboring towns due to its steep location. Thus, its landscape is determined by cliffs, small coves and countless corners of great natural beauty.
Via ferrata la cala del molí, Carrer de Sicília, Sant Feliu de Guíxols, Spain
Situada a Sant Feliu de Guíxols, Girona, Costa Brava, concretament a la Cala Molí, neix la via ferrada més espectacular de Catalunya i única al món.
Vine a recórrer els penya-segats de la Costa Brava, entre ponts i gavines, sempre envoltat d'un paisatge únic i amb el mar sonant de fons. Sens dubte el racó més ben guardat de les nostres costes…Per a tot aquell que vulgui iniciar-se al món de les ferrades o que només vulgui passar un bon matí en un lloc idíl·lic.
Una via de nivell mitjà/baix amb unes vistes espectaculars de la Costa Brava.
Castell de Sant Joan de Blanes, Carrer Cardenal Vidal i Barraquer, Blanes, Spain
Castle of Sant Joan
CASTELL DE SANT JOAN IS ONE OF THE MOST EMBLEMATIC BUILDINGS AND WITHOUT A DOUBT ONE OF THE MOST CHARACTERISTIC LANDSCAPE ELEMENTS OF BLANES, ALONG WITH THE ICONIC SA PALOMERA.
The Romanesque-style castle was built between the 11th and 13th centuries. The first time it was heard to speak was in the year 1001 and it belonged to the Viscount of Cabrera. We find it located at the top of the hill of Sant Joan and it has a height of 173 meters above the sea, a characteristic that allows us to have a panoramic view of the entire city of Blanes.
The view of Blanes and its coastal profile from the castle make it a must for all those who wish to discover the beauty of the Costa Brava and the profile of the Blanes coast. From here, you can also see the Sierra de las Gavarres, the coastal mountain range, Montseny, and even on a clear day, the Montjuïc mountain.