Located in the northern coastal sector of Catalonia, where we will find picturesque towns such as Calella de Palafrugell, L’Escala, Roses, Palamós or Cadaqués, among other towns.

Figueres is the capital of the Alt Empordà, offering touristic interests like the Dali Museum or Port Lligat.

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Palamós

Palamós is characterized by its landscape, beaches, the touristic and commercial port, as well as its famous fish market and the emblematic Gamba de Palamós (Palamós Prawn).

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Platja d’Aro

Modern, cosmopolitan and very dynamic would be the words that best defined this town in the Baix Empordà, in which we will find coves with crystal clear water as well as a great amount leisure and entertainment.

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Calella de Palafrugell

Old fisherman town that still maintains the original appearance and physiognomy of late villages. Its beaches are small coves with crystal clear water. In the summer, we will be able to enjoy a concert of Havaneres and the Musical Festival of Cap Roig.

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Cadaqués

Old fisherman town in the Baix Empordà, located next to the Cap de Creus Natural Park and of the cove in Portlligat, a place where Salvador Dali lived in for a very long time.

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Empuries

Old fisherman town located between the south of the Roses gulf and Mongó cove, very well known for its famous “Anxoves de l’Escala” (Escala Anxovies). Located very near it, are the ruins of Empuries which are open for visiting.

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Roses

A touristic town that offers a wide range of leisure possibilities throughout the Holiday period to its visitors. It has a large beach, sports, and fishing port, as well as a wide range of restaurants to enjoy the gastronomy of this region.

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