The Costa Brava

The coast that attracted Truman Capote and Ava Gardner, among other celebrities, still offers places of spectacular beauty. From great “cales” (small rocky bays along coast) and beaches, like Aiguablava (Begur), which use to appear in the Spanish best beaches rankings, to postcard stamps like Cadaqués or Calella de Palafrugell

Pirineu de Girona

Girona Pyrenees

Peaks around 3.000 meters and valleys like Cerdanya or Camprodon form the Girona Pyrenees, where we can find 4 ski resorts. With or without snow, you can enjoy trekking routes that reach emblematic places like the Núria Sanctuary, or for the most adventurous, the Puigmal Mount. 

Volcanic area of  'La Garrotxa'

Garrotxa Volcanic Area

This natural park is one of the best exponent of the volcanic landscape in the Iberian peninsula. Apart from the volcanic cones and lava streams, there is inside the park one of the most beautiful spot in the whole area: ‘la Fageda d’en Jordà’, an old beech forest where walking becomes one of the most amazing experiences. 

Banyoles lake

The biggest natural lake in Catalunya. It has become a great natural area where to practice different sports like running or biking, but it is specially known for water sports like kayaking or rowing. The beauty of this spot attracts photographers and painters willing to immortalize its landscape

Bike paths 

Those paths go across the whole province and are frequented by different types of hikers and cyclists: from professional groups to families with kids. Its routes follow old rail lines, destined to leisure nowadays. They ain’t difficult and allow an adapted trek to anyone needs.