The most exclusive zone of the Costa Brava
The most important land and sea park in Catalonia
The peninsula of Cap de Creus constitutes the last spur of the Pyrenees and the eastern seaboard of the Iberian Peninsula
Nature lovers paradise
It is formed by a series of ponds, dykes and flooded meadows near the confluence of the rivers Muga and Fluvià
Roses is a Mediterranean town with a marked tourist and fishing tradition. It is located in a unique natural site, to the north of the Costa Brava
Archaeological site of interest
Empúries is the only archaeological site in the Iberian Peninsula that contains the remains of a Greek city (the colonial site of Emporion).
A marine area of exceptional value
A marine area of exceptional value with populations of algae, Posidonia Oceanica seagrass, coral, different species of fish, crabs, starfish and many others.
Natural beauty spot
This natural beauty spot is located to the south of the Albera massif, and is formed by two different areas
This is the most important example of volcanic landscape in the Iberian Peninsula it has forty volcanic cones and more than 20 basalt lava deposits.
This monastery was already known in 878, when it was merely a humble monastic cell. During the first half of the 10th century it was converted into an independent abbey.
The Gala-Salvador Dalí Foundation holds different collections of works by Salvador Dalí, that are unique in terms of quantity, amplitude and depth
This town is located in the district of Alt Empordà To the west of the Peninsula of Cap de Creus