We recommend you to find out more about the life and work of Salvador Dalí by visiting the famous "triangle" of the painter from the Empordà region. The route will first take you to the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueres, where you will find the extremely valuable surrealist collection, as well as the collection of his jewels, Dalí-Jewels. The second place to visit is Salvador Dalí House-Museum in Portlligat, in Cadaqués, where you can discover Dalí’s home-workshop, with the painter's furniture and personal objects. To complete the triangle, you should finish off by visiting the Gala Dalí Castle House-Museum in Púbol, in the municipality of La Pera, which the artist bought for Gala to fulfil a promise: to make her the queen of a castle.

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Ruins of Empuries in L'Escala, Maria Geli and Pilar Planaguma.

Heritage and monuments

In the counties of Girona you can trace the history of humanity all the way back to the Palaeolithic. Following the footsteps of civilisations such as the Iberians, Greeks and Romans is an exciting experience.


Regional Museum of the Garrotxa in Olot, Maria Geli and Pilar Planaguma.


Each museum is a unique experience. The great cultural wealth of the Costa Brava and the Girona Pyrenees can be seen in a whole series of museums devoted to a wide variety of disciplines, periods and styles.


Wool and Country Wedding Festival in Ripoll, Maria Geli and Pilar Planagumà.


If you really want to explore the culture of a town, don’t restrict yourself to the main places of interest and a short stay.