The region of Girona is very rich in heritage.

Ranging from the Mediterranean see coastal towns, the Dalí Museum and the medieval villages.

Enjoy one of my tours:


Are you ready to live a surrealist experience?

The Dalí Museum is the biggest surrealist work… in the world!

It’s located in Figueres, the city where Dalí was born in 1904.

It was designed and created by the same artist for over 14 years.

Let yourself immerse in the dalinian world!

With this guided tour we will know about:

  • doble images
  • Dalinian symbology
  • Why Dalí paints soft watches, ants and snails

Enjoy its most iconics rooms and be amazed by the surrealist works of Dalí!

Practical information:

Entrance ticket costs 17€ per person

July and August 20€ per persosn


The coastline of Girona province

Costa Brava coast is 256 kilometres long.

As the name “fierce coast” implies, it’s rocky but with superb beaches and coves.

The Costa Brava is formed by old fishermen’s villages that still preserve the traditional architecture.

Enjoy beautiful nature, crystal-clear water beaches and coves.

And discover the coastal paths known as “camins de ronda” that communicate with many villages. It’s the best way to get to hidden coves and see amazing cliffs.

Some of the stunning villages we can visit are:


Located on a rocky shore full of small coves.

It is one of the most picturesque places on the Costa Brava.

The traditional coastal architecture is presented with beautiful white houses.

The “vaults” or arcades stand out in the seafront.


With its medieval towers and walls it is one of the most beautiful villages on the Costa Brava.

Tossa is the only example of a fortified medieval village on the Catalan coast

A visit to the old town is essential to enjoy its Historical-Artistic Monuments, cobbled streets, the votive chapel of Virgin of Sorrows, the Municipal Museum, the church of Saint Vicens and the ruins of the old church.


Beautiful and charming village which was the source of inspiration for many artists, such as Picasso and Dalí.

It preserves the traditional architecture of an ancient fishermen‘s village.

Cadaqués is made up of small white houses and slate coves.

The main highlights you cannot miss are:

  • the alley of the Call
  • the portal of the wall
  • Santa Maria church and its magnificient baroque altarpiece


I highly recommend to discover these 3 stunning medieval towns:


The best preserved Gothic town in Catalonia with cobbled streets and hidden  corners.

Let yourserlf be captivated by:

  • the hommage tour or “Clock tower”
  • the medieval walls and the towers
  • the main square
  • Saint Peter parish church
  • the viewpoint Josep Pla


It is magical to walk through its streets: it takes you back to medieval times.

This small fortified town has a rich heritage like:

  • the moat up to 7 meters deep
  • the medieval castle
  • the “voltes” square with arches
  • the Virgin’s portal
  • bridge-houses

And much more!


The heritage jewel of la Garrotxa region with stories of counts and abbots.

It is a village with special charm. Not only for the craft shops, but because the beautiful alleys with cobbled streets.

The fortified bridge is the symbol of the small town. It mesures 105 meters long and it was directly built on the river rocks.

Besalú showcasts a rich Jewish heritage: the only medieval synagogue of Catalonia; the Jewish square and portal; the yeshiva; and the mikve – the Jewish purification bath dating back to XII C, that constitutes the oldest mikve outside of Israel. The mikve can be visited only with a reservation.

For the lovers of old buildings, you might visit the two Romanesque churches located in town: Saint Peter and Saint Vicenç. Both are opened daily and the entrance fee is 1€ per person.


 We need transportation to visit these villages
My tours suggestions:
> visit PALS + PERATALLADA the same day
due to the fact both medieval villages are located close each other, about 15 minutes drive
> BESALÚ could be visit along with Girona or the Dali Museum