Alt Empordà

Girona & Costa Brava By Car Or Motorhome

Discover a wonderful city and some gorgeous highlights of the Costa Brava with our guest author Marina, a writer who grew up in the Mediterranean. You can fly into Girona with Ryanair from some UK & Irish...

L’Escala Costa Brava Travel Guide

L’Escala is a charming fishing village that sits on one of the “most beautiful bays in the world”, according to UNESCO. Lined with beautiful, sandy beaches, somehow the traditional Catalan town has...

Colera Travel Guide

Even smaller than its neighbour, Portbou, with around half the number of residents, at a total of about 600, if you’re looking for somewhere to escape the normal tourist trappings then Colera may be for...

DO Emporda Wine Route-Wine Taste Your Way Around

In the Province of Girona in Catalonia, you will find many treasures, amongst them the DO Emporda Wine Route. The Emporda D.O. Wine...

El Port de la Selva Travel Guide-An Insider’s Guide

The El Port de la Selva area is characterised by a wonderful variety of landscapes and scenery to inspire your senses. It may be...

Cadaques Travel Guide

The dreamy, perfect town where Salvador Dalí spent his summer holidays, Cadaques, is filled with light, colour and sultry sea breezes. It’s interesting, but challenging location sets it apart from the...

Lloret de Mar Travel Guide

Possibly the package tour capital of the Costa Brava, Lloret de Mar has beautiful golden beaches and plenty of spots to enjoy the warm sand between your toes. Discover sunlit secret coves, which should trigger...

Empuries Travel Guide

Ancient beauty by the sea would pretty much sum up Empuries! And if the ancient beauty doesn’t excite you, I reckon the natural beauty certainly should. The historical significance of this area makes it...

Castello d’Empuries-Empuriabrava Travel Guide-21 Things To Do

From beaches to natural parks, and from a medieval village to what might possibly be the Costa Brava’s answer to Venice – the...

Llanca Travel Guide-22 Things To Do

Travel up the road only 15 km, and you’ll find yourself in France. Llança appeals to those who wish to find a more peaceful location in the Costa Brava, where you can still see some of the lovely,...

Portbou Travel Guide

Travel a tiny bit past Portbou and you’ll end up in France! This little village, nestled at the foot of the Pyrenees’ mountains, is on the border with France, which makes it a popular destination...

Cap de Creus Natural Park

In the north of the Costa Brava you’ll find one of the wonders of the province of Girona, where there’s a collection of beauty spots, that come close to perfection…whatever that might be! The...

Figueres Travel Guide

The birthplace of Salvador Dalí, and the capital of the Alt Emporda region, Figueres, is famous because of the Dalí Theatre-Museum, which is the second most visited museum in all of Spain, after the Prado...

Aiguamolls de l’Empordà Natural Park Catalonia

Catalonia’s second biggest wetlands, the Aiguamolls de l’Empordà Park measures 4721.55 hectares, which includes the...

Roses Travel Guide

Home to plenty of beaches and one of Catalonia’s fantastic carnivals, Roses used to be a Greek colony, centuries before Christ. Greeks came from the lovely island of Rhodes in 776 BC, tempted by the...