Located in the northeast of the region of Catalonia, in northern Spain. Its outstanding beaches are part of what is known as the Costa Brava and are located in such internationally famous resorts as Tossa de Mar, Cadaqués and Portlligat.
The coastal landscapes alternate with the nature reserves of Aigüamolls de L'Empordà, Cap de Creus and the La Garrotxa volcanic area. Its northern borders are in the Catalan Pyrenees, whose ski resorts are perfect for snow tourism.
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Camí de Ronda hiking trail
Leave the tarmac behind and get walking in Girona (just an hour north from Barcelona) with the intense blue of the Mediterranean Sea beside you.…Read more
Charming villages on the Costa Brava
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A walk around Girona, the city that conquered Game of Thrones
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Discover the beaches of the Costa Brava, Girona
Crystal clear waters embraced by cliffs where small coves take refuge, give that special charm to the north coast of Catalonia.…Read more
Routes along the Catalan coast and Pyrenees
We recommend a trip to a side of Catalonia that combines nature and culture particularly well.…Read more