COSTA BRAVA - LEISURE, SPORT, CULTURE AND GASTRONOMY
Starting from the top, Llançà, and ending below, Roses, or vice versa, this is a path you can not miss if you visit the Costa Brava. No matter what time of year it is!
If it is summer you will enjoy the great views in addition to fantastic swims in beautiful beaches.
If it is spring or fall, why not make a stop at a nice restaurant overlooking the sea and recuperate eating the best fish.
And, if it's winter, indulge yourself in the tranquility that invites to reflection in these unique landscapes in Catalonia.
Llançà is a small fishing village in the north of the Costa Brava, near the border with France. Known for its wild coastline with nice little coves and beaches surrounded by unique natural areas: Cap de Creus and the Albera; along with its rich heritage, make it the ideal place to spend your holidays either with your family, partner or friends.
Roses is a town of Mediterranean culture with a marked tourist and fishing tradition. It is situated amidst a unique natural setting, north of the Costa Brava, less than 30 km from the French border, 65 km from Girona and 160 km from Barcelona.
El Port de la Selva is a small fishermen's village located in the north of Cap de Creus, on the Costa Brava. It extends from “El rec d’en Feliu” to the “Galladera” coves along the coast and borders inland with the towns of La Selva de Mar, Llançà, Vilajuïga, Pau, Palau, Roses and Cadaqués.
It’s a town dedicated to the agriculture, but especially his deeply rooted on the cultivation of olive trees and vineyards.
The Empordà's Balcony
Santa Pau is the southeast of the plain of Olot, in full volcanic area, in the middle of the valley between the mountain ranges of Sant Julià del Mont and Santa María de Finestres and 496 m above sea level. It has a single means of communication: the road from Olot to Banyoles, and is located at a distance of 150 km from Barcelona, 50 km from Girona and 9 km from Olot.