Art & Culture
The Costa Brava, named by Ferran Agulló in the early twentieth century, is a region of the NE of Catalonia, known for its rugged landscape, as its name implies.
While most towns on the Costa Brava have been devoted to the development of large-scale tourism, others have retained their traditional looks, captivating intellectuals and artists of all time, leaving their footprints.
We are in the Dali triangle formed by the Dalí Museum in Figueres, the Castle of Púbol where Gala is buried and the Dalí House in Port Lligat (Cadaqués). We have one of the most important concentrations of megalithic monuments, small Romanesque churches and archaeological sites from different periods of Catalonia.