There are several interesting cultural routes that will surely not leave you indifferent.
You can visit medieval villages such as Castillo de Aro, Pals, Peratallada and Ullastret, making guided tours or simply strolling through its streets, and enjoying its historic architecture.
The Greco-Roman ruins in the village of Empúries, with the possibility of a guided tour, are a very good option for history lovers. Similarly, the Romanesque Monastery of Sant Pere de Rodes in the Alt Empordà, an hour’s drive away, is an ideal visit for lovers of art and architecture.
In this same line, we have the route around Dalí. In Figueres we find the Dalí Theatre-Museum and also the Dalí Jewellery Museum, in Portlligat there is the House-Museum of Salvador Dalí and, finally, in Púbol we can visit the Gala Castle.
The city of Girona offers a varied and complete cultural offer. Meander through the old town, stroll through the Jewish quarter and visit the Jewish Museum, walk along the wall that surrounds the city and enjoy its sights, … … There are cultural guided tours to do in the city.
As for the music, we highlight the Porta Ferrada Festival in Sant Feliu de Guíxols and the Cap Roig Festival in Calella de Palafrugell, and would also include,the music festivals of Perelada and Vilabertran , as well as the Habaneras of Calella.