The Costa Brava has been one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain. This is not surprising when you think of the location, climate, natural beauty and cultural riches it has to offer. Anyone know or heard of Barcelona. This city is a must for all the family to visit. Visit the museums Gaudí, the Sagrada Familia cathedral and the Camp Nou football stadium ... it is too much to see. For more information on the Barcelona City Tour click here. But for example the province of Girona also has a lot to offer, including a visit to the Dali Museum in Figueras is more than worth it.
Dali Theater & Museum - Figueres
Salvador Dali's house - Cadaqués
Gala Dali Castle - Púbol la Pera
Archeological museum Empúries - L'Escala
archeological museum - Ullastret
Toy museum - Figueres

Santa Caterina castle - Torroella
Sant Ferran castle - Figueres
medieval village Besalu
Iberian settlement Ullastret
It seems that a festival is always held somewhere. Local festivals have deep-rooted traditions. Some are even of medieval origin and very special nature. So La Bisbal celebrating around August 15 "Corre Foc" (run for the fire) festival. The crowd, dressed in black, let fireworks off. Most parties and festivals hereby through the small streets of the center-driven, however, be friendlier hear from nature! Each festival has its own charm and makes this region so unique.

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Much attention, especially in the months of July and August, is given to live music. This can be in the local pub on the square in the center or at a special location, free or paid, famous people or less famous people. Calella de Palafrugell is known for the concerts of international stature. The most famous is the Cap Roig Festival, in the beautiful botanical gardens. Torroella de Montgrí is known for its classical concerts, which are held in great locations.

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