Girona, the City of the Four Rivers, has a wealth of sights to offer the visitor, beginning with the old Jewish quarter (El Call), the heart of Girona's history, still beating with cultural life, its streets full of shops and restaurants, and also home to the city's most important architectural treasures. The Cathedral, the Arab Baths, the churches of Sant Feliu, Sant Pere de Galligans and Sant Domènech, and the city wall, which can still be walked today, make Girona a city of outstanding heritage.
Our museums (the City Museum, Museum of History and Museum of Cinema), our parks and gardens (such as La Devesa, the German Garden and the French Garden) round off the list of Girona's charms. And while you visit the city you can be sure of dining to the highest standard, in restaurants recommended by international connoisseurs.
Whether you are interested in sightseeing, cultural activities, beautiful countryside or fine food, the province of Girona has something to offer. It is a land blessed with sea and mountains, valleys and highlands.
You can follow the Salvador Dalí trail through Port Lligat, Cadaqués and Figueres, or follow in the literary footsteps of Josep Plà through Palafrugell and S'Agaró. Enjoy the distinctive cuisine of the volcanic region of La Garrotxa, or take a dramatic train ride up to the mountain sanctuary of Núria. And then there are the sporting opportunities available throughout the province: sailing, cycling, climbing, skiing…
La Costa Brava
The Costa Brava is the name given to the coast between Cap de Creus in the north and Blanes in the south. Its quiet beaches, set against beautiful mountain landscapes, make it an area of unique charm. Its peaceful towns and fishing villages contain a wealth of history, represented by both fine buildings and traditional local festivals.
This dramatic coastline is also home to such sun-blessed seaside towns as Cadaqués, Roses, l'Escala, Llafranc, Calella de Palafrugell and Palamós.
Archaeology Museum of Catalonia
Located in the ancient monastery of Sant Pere de Galligants, a fine example of Catalan Romanesque architecture, the museum will take you back to the earliest times of man in the Girona area from prehistory to the Middle Ages.
At the Girona Cycle Centre in addition to providing amazing cycling holidays we also have a mini bike shop in Girona´s old town stocking all the most important things cyclists cannot live without, as well as our fleet our Cannondale rental bikes..
City History Museum
The aim of Girona City History Museum is to show the evolution of the city, starting with the first human remains found in the area and continuing right up to the transition to democracy after the Franco dictatorship, and to portray the society that brought it all about
GOLF GIRONA is an 18-hole golf course.
Routes without an effort, amusing and naturals. The burricleta network offers you different routes; basics, gastronomics, with picninc and rural accomodation and for big groups. Make your reservation at your Burricleta Centre.
Museo de Arte
Museum of the Cinema
Colección Tomas Mayol
Did you know that two thousand years ago the Chinese were already explaining extraordinary stories with only their hands and a candle? And this is not the most amazing. From the Chinese shadows to the Lumière brothers’ camera, there are many fascinating and amusing inventions that you can now see in Girona at the Museum of the Cinema.
The Museum of Jewish History
The main aim of the Museum is to preserve and reflect the history of the Jewish communities of Catalonia, which throughout the entire medieval period formed part of, and made a decisive contribution to, the history of the country and its cultural and scientific development.