Girona en 360º
Located in the Ter Valley, between the Pyrenees and the Costa Brava, Girona, known as the “City of the Four Rivers” possesses one of the most evocative old towns in the whole of Catalonia. This thousand-year-old multicultural city offers its visitors a highly varied tourist offer that perfectly combines culture, history, art, leisure and gastronomy. It is also the perfect starting point to discover some of the Costa Brava’s most emblematic towns and places.
Founded by the Romans in the 1st Century BC, the old town of Girona has a two-thousand-year-old legacy that combines Roman, Arabic and Jewish cultures. Some of the must-see places here are the Jewish district, also known as “El Call”, the best preserved of its kind in Spain; Santa María Cathedral, symbol par excellence of Girona and a declared Historic-Artistic monument; the Arab Baths, the Basilica of Sant Feliu, the abbey of Sant Pere de Galligants, the convent of Sant Domènec and the ancient walls and its walkway.