Regional Information Girona

Girona, Costa Brava

If you are looking for great cities to visit on weekend breaks or over longer periods of your holiday, you have come to the right place. Girona's beauty, culture and local cuisine make it a top holiday destinations at any time of the year.

The province of Girona shows one of the Mediterranean’s most hidden sides, with tiny and charming coves with fishing boats, kilometres of fine sand beaches and a climate averaging 17ºC where you can also enjoy more than 300 days of sunshine every year.


If there were a ranking for points of cultural interest per square kilometre, Girona would surely be right near the top. Cultural experiences await you at every turn, starting with the historical legacy of the area: Palaeolithic and Neolithic settlements, remains of Iberian villages, Greek and Roman ruins, exceptional mediaeval heritage and an outstanding and well-preserved Jewish legacy, there is truly something for everyone.

Costa Brava

For a combination of golf and relaxation by the sea, the Costa Brava has all the ingredients: from beaches with crystal clear water to mountains that are sure to delight your adventurous spirit, it is also a paradise for wine lovers and foodies.

Paradise-like coves await you all along its coastline from Lloret de Mar to Cadaqués. And inland, don’t forget to visit quiet villages such as Pals, Peralada or Monells, which feature medieval cobblestone streets. An ideal location to sample the delicious cuisine of the sea and mountains and let yourself fall in love with the landscapes once painted by Dalí.


The province of Girona is arguably one of the world’s major food and wine destinations, a region at the forefront of culinary innovation. The combination of sea and mountains is the trademark of Girona cuisine. It is a cuisine with its own identity; not merely a style of eating and drinking, but a way of life. This is Michelin-star territory, with a total of 18 Michelin stars awarded to 14 restaurants that offer unforgettable dining experiences.


Fantastic wine experiences await you in the wineries of the Costa Brava. You can trace the history of winegrowing in the area, discover the secrets of winemaking, taste some very special DO Empordà wines and enjoy many other activities in the magical setting of vineyards.

Tours & Excursions

A must-visit destination combining golf, gastronomy and wine tasting we have partnered with several top-class establishments from 5-star hotels to luxurious châteaux within the region to offer an exceptional trip to this fantastic province of Catalonia.