Mediterranean villages

The Costa Brava in its purest state


96 km from the hotel

Located in the centre of the Cap de Creus peninsula, the unique town of Cadaqués has been a source of influence for a number of top-level artists, such as Pablo Picasso, Federico García Lorca, Marcel Duchamp and Salvador Dalí. The personality and originality of this wonderful coastal town lies largely in its characteristic white houses, which provide it with a very particular architecture. Its many tourist and cultural attractions include the Salvador Dalí house/museum in Portlligat, the Cap de Creus Natural Park and the Santa María de Cadaqués church

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28 km from the hotel

The bay of Llafranc, just 20 minutes from Calella following the coastal path, is one of the most beautiful sites on the coast. On the promenade, you can enjoy a pleasant lunch or dinner by the Mediterranean Sea and the extraordinary beauty of the Cabo de Sant Sebastià, as well as its beaches with crystal clear waters and fine sand. Enjoy a privileged view of the bay of Llafranc and its surroundings from the Sant Sebastià lighthouse. 

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Calella de Palafrugell

24 km from the hotel

The picturesque village of Calella, located between beautiful cliffs and coves, is an old marine enclave that is one of the main charms of the Costa Brava. An ideal destination for enjoying a quiet walk at any time of the year, strolling among its famous white fishermen's houses. One of its main cultural heritages is the traditional "Cantada d'Havaneres" that takes place every July, a unique musical show that brings together the best habanera singers. If you like music, we recommend you also go to the Cap Roig Festival. 

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37 km from the hotel

Begur is considered one of the most special enclaves of the Costa Brava. The beauty of its Medieval castle and its historic centre, the crystal clear waters of its beaches and coves, the originality of its American homes – built by the residents who made their fortune in the Americas (known as "Indians" in Catalan), its landscaped complex and its delicious culinary offer, make Begur an essential visit. 

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Sant Feliu de Guíxols

10 km from the hotel

An old fishing village, Sant Feliu de Guíxols represents the essence of the Costa Brava: a natural environment of great beauty surrounded by beaches and dreamy coves; a unique historical and cultural heritage, with the Romanesque monastery and Porta Ferrada as the top sites. The local cuisine is excellent – do not miss the "suquet de peix" (fish soup) and the fritters, the quintessential Guixolan dessert! There are endless things to do, including the Porta Ferrada Festival and a relaxed and 100% Mediterranean lifestyle that will hook you in from the first moment. 

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