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Medieval towns and villages
The medieval period was of enormous importance in the Girona area, with history forged by the great monasteries and the small independent earldoms, castles, Romanesque and Gothic churches...
Rice fields, marshlands and dunes in Pals
Rice fields, marshlands and dunes are the native habitat for a whole universe of natural species that live together in a small, protected area near the sea called Basses d’en Coll (Coll Basins).
Castles and Ramparts
We will be visiting picturesque castles...
A simple and pleasant itinerary which r...
The Salamina Route
Javier Cercas’s book, Soldados de Salam...
From Girona to Sant Feliu de Guíxols
The Narrow-Gauge Railway Route stretche...
A walk along the Arbúcies watercourse
The Arbúcies watercourse is a shady are...
If you have already been around the mai...
Roses and Its History
The Palaeolithic, the Greek colony, Imp...
Núria Valley and Sanctuary
Surrounded by mountains that reach thre...
Come and delve into the depths of the Fageda beech forest
The Fageda d’en Jordà is a fairyland fo...
Castellfollit de la Roca: a basalt lookout point
Castellfollit de la Roca, a village per...
The Museum of the Volcanoes
Housed in a Noucentista-style building ...
Parc Art: an open-air gallery
Walking around a gallery with no roof o...
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