A trip through the plains of the Empordà, where the mystical paradise of Dalí starts. To discover the landscapes and villages that inspired Dalí nothing better than a ride on Burricleta until the little village of Pubol. Burricleta is an electric bike with pedal assistance that collects on his name the tradition of the Mediterranean rural transport ( burro- donkey ) and the bicycle. We propose an inspired by quality ecotourism activity, which allows the closeness of the natural environment and the local people.
One of the most traditional forms of navigation in the Mediterranean is the lateen. The characteristics of this sea and its regime of changing winds, made it necessary to continuously vary the direction and approach the
coast. Although nowadays it is no longer a typical boat, on the Costa Brava there are associations that have recovered this tradition of sailing and in many cases have made their own boats. Our proposal is to go sailing as before and feel the sensations of this typical Mediterranean boat. Optional tasting shrimps and other fresh seafood is a sublime experience to complement!
The Old Quarter or Barrio Viejo de Girona is one of the most evocative of Europe, with unique
monumental elements on the continent. It is bounded by the so-called Paseo de la Muralla, the walkway of
the old Carolingian walls (s. IX) and the low average age (s. XIV and XV). Its monuments include the call
(old Jewish Quarter of the best preserved in Spain); and the famous and colorful houses along the river
Onyar, and above all is the cathedral, a very large single nave, which is the widest in the world in Gothic
The gateway to Greek and Roman cultures, and the place through which the Romanization of the Iberian Peninsula begins, Empúries is the only archaeological site in the Iberian Peninsula where the remains of a Greek city - the colonial enclave of Emporion - coexist with The remains of a Roman city, created at the beginning of the first century BC On the structures of a Roman military camp installed during the previous century.
We travel to the northernmost region to visit two essential icons: the fishing village of Cadaqués and the
most endearing museum of the genius Salvador Dalí. None of them leave the travellers indifferent.
An itinerary to discover the region’s rich nature, culture and human history by following the traces left by the civilizations that populated the territory of northern Catalonia throughout history. Participants will explore Girona through a historical tour of some of the major communities that marked the history of the Western Mediterranean.