Our collaborators visit some of the most famous towns in the Empordà and give us some personal advice to guide us on our visit.


The world famous “fishing village” with about 1,900 permanent residents, is considered one of the most visited of the northern Costa Brava. [read article]

Castelló d'EmpúriesCastelló d’Empúries

Castelló d’Empúries is a strategic location for those who want to know the region. Located in a central and well communicated place, one can easily explore Roses, Figueres, Perelada, Cadaqués, the Natural Park,… and the ruins of Empúries![read article]


The tourist development of the Costa Brava passed by the small coastal village of Colera almost without a trace. Outside of the season about 300 inhabitants live here. [read article]


They call itself “the largest Marina in the world “, an area with more water ways than even Venice. [read article]


At the lower end of the Rambla Figueres honors one of its most famous sons, Narcís Monturiol, the inventor of the submarine in 1918 with a monument. The city became world-famous however through another most important son: Salvador Dalí. [read article]


L’Escala has preserved not only a natural and urban planning typical of the Costa Brava, but also festivals and traditions deeply rooted among its inhabitants. And here you will find the best anchovies in Spain! [read article]


Within the municipality of Llançà there are numerous forest areas and wide range size & condition beaches. [read article]

Maçanet de Cabrenys>Maçanet de Cabrenys

Here we will find a heaven-like peace. You will be tempted to tarry on a rock surrounded by the mountains of Les Salinas, in the midst of impressing vegetation, close to the sheep, which feast here, and just take in the ambiance.[read article]

Peralada, medieval townPeralada, medieval town

Peralada is known in part because of its golf course, and exceptional casino, and also thanks to its wineries where the prestigious Catalan Cava is savored. [read article]

Port de la SelvaPort de la Selva

From all the villages around Cap Creus, Port de la Selva is the most likely one to earn the title of “small fishing village” “. Small, white houses nestle into each other, as if to seek shelter from the Tramuntana together. [read article]


When the first tourists from the north of Europe travelled to Spain, at the end of the 1950’s, the train station beyond the Pyrenees’s was the border village of Portbou. [read article]


The name of the town is owed to the “ancient Greeks “. They came across the Mediterranean sea in their ships, liked the place and called it Rhode.[read article]

Sant Pere PescadorSant Pere Pescador

Surrounded by natural spaces of wonderful landscape and natural interest and crossed by the River Fluvià. [read article]

Selva de MarSelva de Mar

Off of the peak season, particularly under the week, it may happen, that one is in fact still the only tourist here. [read article]


If one visits the small village today, one can hardly imagine, that in the second half of the XVIII century there were once about 420 inhabitants. [read article]

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