The Costa Brava and Girona Pyrenees

Costa Brava

The Costa Brava is a landscape where nature plays a starring role in the form of three natural parks and magical scenery of peace and calm, but also is mediaeval towns, charming little villages, mountain hamlets and archaeological sites, a large historical and cultural heritage.

The coastal region of Girona, is a beautiful mixture of old fishing towns, sunny beaches, sandy shores and clear blue sea; in other words the Mediterranean in its essence.

Its small towns like Cadaqués, which is close to the French border, have attracted artists, such as Salvador Dalí, Joan Miró and Pablo Picasso.

The Costa Brava is a natural film set where producers find the charm that inspires them and also a place where artist find the peace and quiet necessary to produce their works. Elizabeth Taylor, Ava Gardner, Orson Welles, Yves Montand and Douglas Fairbanks all graced the Costa Brava with their glamour, as did Salvador Dalí, Marc Chagall and many others.

The Pyrenees 

The area is renowned for its middle age reminiscence, rich culture and amazing views.  The mountain is hiking but also the possibility to do an enriching trip through history, visiting the hermitages and small churches of the Romanesque Way that crosses the Catalan Pyrenees.

Still, what people most appreciate is the calm, welcoming atmosphere and generous hospitality of its villages, places with something to entice everyone.