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        Girona and its surprising beauty

        The city of Girona will always have the capacity to surprise you, remember that. There are many reasons for this, but the main one is its beauty: its medieval alleys, its colourfully painted houses along the Oñar river, its parks and old and charming shops, and its well-kept architecture on a par with the great European cities.  

        Do you need another reason? Girona is the perfect city to explore on foot or by bicycle on a city break. Also, to visit it is to visit more than 2,000 years of history.  

        A walk through the city, where do we start? 

        You'll love to ramble around Girona at any time of the year. We have no proof, but neither do we have doubts. The houses on the river Oñar will be the first postcard scene to greet you. On one of its banks, pretty, colourfully painted houses are clustered together with the Cathedral and the basilica of Sant Feliu to form a film-like image.  

        Although for a film, or better still for a postcard, there is the view that the staircase leading up to the majestic Cathedral will give you. If you come in spring, when the 'Girona, 'en temps de flors' festival is held, you'll find it decked out in flowers. Both the cathedral and the whole city. 

        So much life and so much history as Girona is laid out in two fortified enclosures: the Força Vella (Old Fortress) and the medieval expansion. The first of these - a kind of acropolis - dates to the Roman period, and the second to the extension of the walls during the 14th and 15th centuries.  

        Delve into its past by walking along its walls, one of the few still preserved in Catalonia. Discover its Arab baths, the Rambla de la Llibertat, where you can sit and contemplate the hustle and bustle of everyday life, and the Plaça de la Independència.  

        One of its main attractions is undoubtedly the call jueu (Jewish quarter), a labyrinth of narrow cobbled streets and hidden courtyards that maintain the essence of medieval times and reflect the importance of Jewish culture in Girona.  

        Did you know that it is also a city 100% recommended for food lovers? Its culinary dynamism is a blend of traditional and avant-garde cuisine. In Girona you will find a wide range of restaurants, including one of the best in the world: El Celler de Can Roca.  

        Outside the city walls, Mediterranean nature awaits you, and enclaves such as the Gavarres massif, ideal for active tourists; the beautiful valley of Sant Daniel... And the whole of the Costa Brava is just a stone's throw away! 


        Sea and mountains in Girona

        Sappiamo che ci chiederete informazioni al riguardo. Ecco perché abbiamo raccolto tutte le informazioni necessarie per scoprire la Costa Brava di villaggio in villaggio e di caletta in caletta. Abbiamo segnato sulla mappa nomi come Blanes, Begur, Calella de Palafrugell, Llafranc, Palamós e Cadaqués, la città natale di Dalí.


        Se siete amanti delle escursioni, non perdetevi alcuni dei suoi luoghi più emblematici, come Cap de Creus, i giardini botanici di Marimurtra e Cap Roig e il Parco Naturale della Garrotxa, la terra dei vulcani. Proprio in questo parco è possibile visitare una dei magici faggeti della Spagna, la Fageda d'en Jordà.


        Pura arte naturale. Ma se preferite l'altro tipo di arte, quella appesa alle pareti, venite a Figueres. Qui il geniale Salvador Dalí ha fatto le cose in grande e oggi è possibile ammirare buona parte delle sue creazioni nel Teatro-Museo Dalí. Siete nella culla del surrealismo. Godetevi lo spettacolo, vi aspettiamo al Sercotel President perché domani possiate rimettervi subito in viaggio.

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