In Portlligat we find what was Salvador Dalí's permanent home from 1930 until 1982, the year his wife Gala died.
The house has a labyrinthine...
If you have an adventurous spirit and would like to delve into the Costa Brava and look beyond the most popular beaches and coves, in our Corners you will find all kinds of places where you can enjoy an atmosphere that complements that of the sea and the sand. The Costa Brava has a large number of places that will leave you speechless: castles, museums, historic centres, gardens and natural sites of great beauty.
If you are a nature lover and want to surround yourself with the wonderful variety of natural spaces that the Costa Brava has to offer, you cannot miss the botanical gardens in the town of Blanes, where you can see a wide variety of exotic species and exclusive plants that you will only find in this part of the Costa Brava, or the Santa Clotilde Gardens in Lloret, a magnificent spot that has been the setting for filming series and movies.
In addition, there are also great natural landscapes with many hectares to spend a great day with the family, such as the Aiguamolls de l'Empordà or the Medes Islands and Montgrí natural park.
If you like history, you will be fascinated to see the historic centre of many of the towns on the Costa Brava, as well as their castles. You will be able to experience their original charm and observe the conservation and consolidation work that has been carried out. History will lead you through the main narrow streets where shops and homes were set up, the remains of ancient Roman villas, the ports where fishermen carried out their activity, and the great castles that dominated the territory.
For art lovers, there are also impressive churches and hermitages with a lot of history to tell, and a series of museums that tell the story of the different historical moments of the Costa Brava and its municipalities.
Here you have it all! The Costa Brava and its fabulous spots are waiting for you to enjoy them.