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Visit wineries

Lovers of enotourism will have an unforgettable experience in the Emporda region. The Wine Route will give you the opportunity to get to know one of the traditions of this region, which goes back to Roman times. And it will help you learn more about this part of the gastronomy of the region and discover the secrets of the white, rosé and red wines of Costa Brava.

Taste local cuisine

One of the best memories of the Costa Brava will be the taste of its cuisine. More precisely, a whole bunch of flavours. The cuisine of the region is based on the gifts of the sea and the land, traditional products and wines.
The local gastronomy is one of the best in the world, the Costa Brava has 16 restaurants with 21 Michelin stars, along with the Roman wine culture of Empordà.

Do water sports

Costa Brava has more than 200 kilometers of coastline, 17 sports ports, more than 30 diving centers, sailing and windsurfing courses, as well as three natural parks, including a large nature reserve on the Medes Islands.

Go to medieval villages

If there were a ranking of different regions in terms of the number of cultural objects per square kilometre, the province of Girona would undoubtedly take one of the first places. The magnificent architecture of the Middle Ages is most impressive in Pals, Peratallada, Besalú and Castellón d'Empurias.

Get to know Dalí's homeland

The city of Figueres on the Costa Brava is the place where Dali was born and where he died, and to which he gave an entire museum. And the House-Museum in Portlligat Bay in Cadaqués was the only permanent residence of the genius, until in 1982, after the death of his wife Gala, he moved to the Castle of Púbol.

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Costa Brava

The northern coast of Catalonia which is romantically called "wild coast" surprises all year round with its cliffs, indented with turquoise bays and shrouded with lush pines and firs like a green cloth. But Costa Brava is not only famous for its beaches. Almost all the local fishing villages and highland settlements have a long history, and the Empordà wine route stretches along the emerald hills, the origins of which date back to the time of the Roman settlements on Iberian Peninsula. Besides, the taste of local cuisine is certainly one of the brightest memories of all guests of the coast. Actually, it is a whole bunch of flavours. The local gastronomy is based on the gifts of the sea and the land; culinary fairs and fish markets, festivals and exhibitions of local products are held weekly along the entire coast. In general, Costa Brava has everything for tourists who crave a relaxing holiday, as well as for active pastime lovers, and for gourmets.

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When shopping in Spain, do not forget to issue Tax Free - a VAT refund to non-residents of the country. The amount of tax varies from 10% to 15%, registration takes place directly in the store when buying goods in the amount of at least 90.16 euros. Normally you can get tax refund at the airport before departure, and money can also be received upon returning to your homeland or at Tax Free points in major cities of Spain. When receiving money, it is obligatory to present checks and a passport.

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