L´Alt Empordà

Comarca de L´Alt Empordà

Immerse yourself in its captivating beauty.

L’Alt Empordà is known for its charming villages, where the cobbled streets invite you to get lost among its corners full of history. This region, bathed by the Mediterranean Sea and embraced by the Pyrenees, offers a unique experience that captivates those who visit it.

The landscapes of L’Alt Empordà invite you to explore on foot, by bicycle or even on horseback, offering a deep connection with nature.


Beaches of golden sand and crystal clear waters

Located on the Costa Brava, it is a paradise for lovers of the sea and Mediterranean gastronomy. Its beaches with crystal clear waters are ideal for relaxing and enjoying the sun, while water sports enthusiasts will find the perfect setting for surfing, windsurfing and diving. In addition, L’Escala is known for its delicious seafood cuisine, where fresh fish and seafood dishes are the undisputed protagonists.


A must for lovers of surrealist art.

Known as the birthplace of Salvador Dalí, here we find the Theater-Museum designed by the artist himself, a monument to his creative genius that houses an extraordinary collection of his most iconic works. In addition, strolling through the picturesque streets of Figueras reveals its rich architectural heritage, where Gothic, Renaissance and Modernist influences merge.


Mystical and enchanting atmosphere

Girona is known for its vibrant cultural scene, which includes music, theater and food festivals throughout the year.

Strolling through its impressive old town, next to its imposing cathedral or along its medieval walls offers a unique and unforgettable experience that promises to leave a lasting impression on those who visit.


A journey to the Middle Ages

This charming medieval village, declared a Historic-Artistic Site, is a labyrinth of cobblestone streets, picturesque squares and historic buildings that tell centuries of history. The bridge, which crosses the Fluvià River, is an emblematic monument and one of the best examples of Romanesque architecture in Catalonia.