Between the Oriental Pyrenees and the Mediterranean sea is the Baix Empordà area of Girona province. The landscape is exceptionally varied - from the beaches of the Costa Brava to the Gavarres mountain chain, rising up from wide expanses of fields - and is dotted everywhere with medieval villages. Indeed, Ampurdà is referred to as the Spanish Tuscany: famous for its beautiful landscape, its architectural, archeological and cultural heritage, as well as its gastronomy.
As the site of the first Greek settlement on the Iberian Peninsula and the land of artists such as Dalí, writers such as Josep Pla, and cooks such as Ferran Adrià, it is a place of cultural and artistic inspiration for its visitors.
Medieval villages near Mas dels Angels
Monels, Cruïlles, Sant Sadurní de L’Heura, Corçà, Madremanya, La Pera, Púbol, La Bisbal d'Empordà
Medieval villages near Rosa Altea
Ullastret, Fonteta, Peratallada, Vulpellac, Canapost, Sant Climent de Peralta, Santa Susana de Peralta, Fitor, Palafrugell
CAP DE CREUS
Where The Pyrenees end in the Sea. Space of great beauty and a unique geological configuration. The effect of the famous Tramuntana ampurdanesa has created in the landscape an erosion in the rocks unique in the world. There are small and rocky coves where you can spend a fantastic day in the sun
AIGUAMOLLS DE L’EMPORDÀ
Wetlands and marshes area where a great ecosystem of fauna and flora has been created. Above all we find many types of birds that can be seen from viewpoints built for it.
The archipelago of the Medes has seven islets. They constitute one of the most important marine flora and fauna reserves in the western Mediterranean, as well as one of the most appreciated destinations for scuba diving enthusiasts.
Boat or catamaran trips, diving, diving and all varieties of water sports to discover the marine ecosystem.