Catalonia has a rich and diverse cultural and historical heritage. Specifically in Girona, we will find museums, monuments and sites scattered throughout the territory that will make the visitor can learn about the past and culture of an entire territory.
Empúries and Ullastret, located in Empordà, are considered two of the most important archaeological sites in Catalonia.
Ullastret is one of the most important archaeological sites in the western Mediterranean and Empúries, gateway of the Greeks and Romans, not only offers history to its visitors, but also a beautiful coastal landscape. (Both sites organize all kinds of activities for the whole family).
Named for the imaginary line of the geographical location of the three municipalities where Dalí lived and painted most of his works: Púbol, Portlligat and Figueres. Visiting the Gala-Dalí Castle in Púbol, the portlligat house or the Figueres Theatre-Museum (the third most visited museum in Spain and one of the most visited art museums in the world), visitors can immerse themselves in the universe of the greatest representative of surrealism.More information
The old quarter of Girona, also called Call Jueu, is one of the best preserved Jewish quarters in Europe. Crossing its bridges on the banks of the Onyar River, strolling through its labyrinthine stone streets, visiting its Arab Baths and, suddenly, finding the breathtaking views of its cathedral, will delight any visitor who can also find several museums dedicated to the history of this picturesque provincial capital.