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Traditional Cooking Class in Girona

Traditional Cooking Class in Girona - Girona, Spain

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Girona, Spain

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$88.47

The traditional cooking class in Girona shows you the philosophy to approach the Catalan and Spanish cuisine and products with intimate classes in a home-like environment.

Classes are between 2.5 to 3 hours and include the meal with the prepared food. The menu will change according seasonal products, however you will be the Chef ... More info ›

The traditional cooking class in Girona shows you the philosophy to approach the Catalan and Spanish cuisine and products with intimate classes in a home-like environment.

Classes are between 2.5 to 3 hours and include the meal with the prepared food. The menu will change according seasonal products, however you will be the Chef. With your teachers help you will discover some of the well-kept secrets of the traditional cuisine. Then instead of the traditional holiday photos, take some unique culinary experience with you that you can use when and where you want!

You will discover the well-kept secrets of Mediterranean cuisine. With our staff, all details are carefuly under control. You can experience the felling of to be a really traditional chef.

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Dalí and Costa Brava Tour from Girona

Dalí and Costa Brava Tour from Girona - Girona, Spain
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Girona, Spain

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$162.20

On this full day Tour, “Dalí, Cadaqués and Creus Cape”, you will visit the Theatre-Museum Dalí in Figueres, the village of Cadaqués (Costa Brava) so often reproduced in Dalí’s paintings and see the breathtaking scenery of Creus Cape’s Natural Park. Furthermore you are going to walk around Port Lligat, the small bay where Dalí lived ... More info ›

On this full day Tour, “Dalí, Cadaqués and Creus Cape”, you will visit the Theatre-Museum Dalí in Figueres, the village of Cadaqués (Costa Brava) so often reproduced in Dalí’s paintings and see the breathtaking scenery of Creus Cape’s Natural Park. Furthermore you are going to walk around Port Lligat, the small bay where Dalí lived. Finally, you will enjoy a wine tasting (D.O.Empordà), olive oil and other delightful products of this area. Modern Van, up to 7 people.

This guided day tour (up to 7 passengers) around the Alt Empordà (Girona) will take you from place to place in a full equipped modern van (aircon, cold water) and provides the perfect opportunity to explore the scenic and picturesque Costa Brava North where Dalí lived and painted, his Theatre-Museum in Figueres and The Natural Park of Creus Cape.

The tour departs at 8.30am from your Hotel or apartment in Girona and starts the journey going to Dalí’s Theatre-Museum in Figueres, “the world's largest surrealist object”. Built in 1974, the Dalí Theatre-Museum is considered to be the last great work of Salvador Dalí. Everything in the museum was designed by the artist to give visitors a real experience of his life. This visit lasts approximately 2 hours and the includes a tour of Dalí Jewels Collection; precious stones and 39 gold jewels of the Owen Cheatham collection. There are also drawings and paintings on paper that Salvador Dalí made for the jewels designs. Dalí’s Jewels are also on show, which represent an extensive collection made by the artist between 1941 and 1970.

The tour leaves Figueres at 11.00 am and stops in the Natural Park of Creus Cape, a peninsula located at the far northeast of Catalonia, just 16 miles south of the French border. The cape lies in the municipal area of Cadaqués. The peninsula has an extraordinary landscape that is a very rocky dry region, with almost no trees, in contrast with a seaside full of minuscule creeks. The mountains are the eastern foothills of the Pyrenees, the natural border between France and Spain.

You will then return to your hotel.

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Costa Brava and Medieval Villages

Costa Brava and Medieval Villages - Girona, Spain
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Girona, Spain

From USD
$162.20

On this full day tour, you will visit three of the most beautiful villages of the Costa Brava, Calella, Llafranc and Begur. From the lighthouse in Llafranc you will see the beauty of the landscape, you will walk along the coast on the path between Calella and Llafranc, and see the houses of the Indianos ... More info ›

On this full day tour, you will visit three of the most beautiful villages of the Costa Brava, Calella, Llafranc and Begur. From the lighthouse in Llafranc you will see the beauty of the landscape, you will walk along the coast on the path between Calella and Llafranc, and see the houses of the Indianos. From the Castle of Begur you'll see all the coast line, and their fortified houses to protect themselves from the Pirate attacks. You can also visit two Romanesque villages Pals and Peratallada, with its narrow streets, walls, moats, you will feel transported to the Middle Ages.

At 8:30am you will be picked up from your Hotel in Girona (free pick-up and drop off service from Girona city). You will be taken across the plain of the Gironès and Baix Empordà until you reach Llafranc. From the lighthouse (165m) you will see the coastline and the village with its houses scattered across the hills. Llafranc is within easy walking distance of other similar town, such as Calella de Palafrugell.

When you reach Calella de Palafrugell, it seems that time stands still. Low and whitewashed cottages have been renovated but retain all the charm of yesteryear. There are also Indiano Colonial-style houses. To finish the visit to the Costa Brava, you will go to the village of Begur, located in the heart of Empordà. There you will see the striking silhouette of the medieval castle overlooking the town, its colonial-style houses and old fishermen's huts. At 12pm you will be taken inland to the medieval town of Pals. You will see defense wall along with the Gothic quarter with cobbled streets.

Lunch will be served in Pals, where you will be able to taste locally grown rice (lunch is not included). After lunch you will drive to Peratallada, the name is derived from pedra tallada, meaning 'carved stone'. Much of the town is made of stone and the privately owned Castle of Peratallada is positioned in the center of the town. At 5.30pm the tour leaves Peratallada to head back to Girona. You will arrive back at your hotel in Girona at approximately 6.15pm.

The tour operates with a maximum of 7 passengers and the van is equipped with aircon and free cold water.

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Girona Walking Tour Small Group

Girona Walking Tour Small Group - Girona, Spain
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Girona, Spain

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$47.18

Girona is over 2000 years old and has lots of history reflected in its Medieval Quarter. With many Roman artefacts and artistic heritage preserved, the town is a delight for a walking tour ... More info ›

Girona is over 2000 years old and has lots of history reflected in its Medieval Quarter. With many Roman artefacts and artistic heritage preserved, the town is a delight for a walking tour. Afterwards you will continue to view the impressive old Jewish Quarter, with its narrow streets. Morning tour starts at 9.30am in our meeting point (Sant Feliu Square). Not pick up service included.

Explore the stunning medieval city of Girona in a personalized walking tour of 3 hours, with a local guide and a small group up to 8 people. The tour is long enough to stroll along the old quarter, to discover the history of the city from its fundation by the Romans and being conquered several times by different cultures, Visigoths, Arabs, Carolingians, Napoleon troops at the last great war, until today. You will see the city´s monuments like the huge 15th century cathedral, which dominates the skyline and boasts the widest unsupported gothic arch in the world, its legends, the bridges over the Onyar River like “El Pont de les Peixeteries Velles” designed by Gustave Eiffel and its charming Jewish Quarter which is one of the best preserved in Europe. You will also be able to walk over the city walls to see the city from the top.

Girona is not just a historical city, but it is also modern city. This tour will give you the opportunity to find shops and all kinds of restaurants. The variety of first quality products from this province make its cuisine unique. Its restaurants will offer you, vegetables, meats, fish and seafood, olive oil and good wines, all of an excellent quality.
Morning tour starts at 9.30am in our meeting point: Sant Feliu Square, beside "The River Caffe". Girona city.
Our guides are local guides who know all the secrets of the city.

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Private Girona and Besalu Jewish History Tour

Private Girona and Besalu Jewish History Tour - Girona, Spain
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Duration: 7 hours
Location: Girona, Spain

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$353.89

Immerse yourself in Jewish history during this 7-hour private tour of Girona and Besalu. Both are traditional Spanish Jewish communities that have a long history and rich culture ... More info ›

Immerse yourself in Jewish history during this 7-hour private tour of Girona and Besalu. Both are traditional Spanish Jewish communities that have a long history and rich culture. In Girona, wander the Jewish quarter of ‘the Call’ and learn about the important area’s medieval history, including Nahmanides, one of the greatest Kabbalah scholars. The Museum of Jewish History is a stop not to be missed. Enter the small city of Besalú via the famous medieval bridge and wander through the medieval and Jewish quarter. Visit a 12th-century Micveh before being returned back to your hotel.

Your 7-hour private adventure begins when a friendly, professional guide picks you up at your hotel and begins the journey to the city of Girona. Home to a historic Jewish quarter, Girona has steep steps, old streets and barri vellshops to charm and delight the visitor. Despite the expulsion of Jews in 1492 from the area, today the ‘call dels jueus’ remains in the same location it has been since the Middle Ages.

Break for lunch and chose to buy something in town or just wander the streets before continuing on to the small country village of Besalú. This town has been a Mikveh since the 12th-century and had a synagogue as far back as the 13th-century. It remains one of the most important Jewish areas in Catalonia and in 1966 was declared a national historic-artistic site. Traces of ancient Jewish history continue to be discovered in Besalú and the town remains similar to how it was back when it was home to a rich Jewish population.

Wander the irregular medieval streets and snap photos of the ancient steps, arches, stone houses and shops that still sell local handicrafts and goods. Don’t forget to pass over the striking Romanesque bridge that provides access to the town over the Fluvià river, one of the most memorable sights in town. After a full day of exploring, your guide will drop you off at your hotel at the end of the tour.

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Hot Air Balloon Flight and Breakfast over the Volcanoes of Catalonia

Hot Air Balloon Flight and Breakfast over the Volcanoes of Catalonia - Girona, Spain
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Girona, Spain

From USD
$224.13

Fly above the dormant and majestic volcanoes of Catalonia! Float over the Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park, the best –preserved volcanic landscape in the Iberian Peninsula. Cruise with the wind, listen to the silence and enjoy the landscape with a panoramic view of 360º from up to 6500 feet high ... More info ›

Fly above the dormant and majestic volcanoes of Catalonia! Float over the Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park, the best –preserved volcanic landscape in the Iberian Peninsula. Cruise with the wind, listen to the silence and enjoy the landscape with a panoramic view of 360º from up to 6500 feet high. Take in the breathtaking views and enjoy a country breakfast afterwards.

Discover the beauty of Catalonia's volcanoes from the sky at bird’s eyes view! Come and enjoy the experience of flying in a hot-air balloon over La Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park, one of the most interesting areas of dormant volcanoes in Europe.
 A flight in a hot-air balloon is a different way of travelling – float in the air in pure peace and quiet and enjoy the feeling of absolute freedom, of perfect stillness, of adventure.

Ideal for nature-lovers and those searching for new sensations, a hot-air balloon flight gives you a 360º bird’s-eye view of the landscape below.
 On clear days, the views stretch from Montserrat to the Mediterranean Sea, with the Pyrenees omnipresent in the background and the dormant volcanoes below.

The activity begins bright and early in the morning (in the summer at 07.00, in spring and autumn at 07.30 and in winter at 08.00). We can pick the passengers up in Barcelona (ask for transport rates) or you can drive to the meeting point. Then we head for our installations and our take-off point.
 Enjoy a cup of coffee on us as you watch us prepare the balloon. Take as many photos as you wish or help us as the balloon inflates like a majestic colourful sail.

The wind will decide our flight path and in all we will be in the air for and 1h 30 min (approx.) 
During the flight we will drink a toast of pink cava, which symbolizes the colour of the volcanoes below, and try a slice of coca de llardons, a delicious local savoury cake.


The flight is perfect for taking aerial photos that will provide you with a memory for life. Once back on solid ground, our ground team – who will have been following our flight path all the way – will pick you up in a 4×4 vehicle and take you back to the installations of Vol de Coloms, which are for exclusive use by our passengers and their companions. Here you will be able to enjoy a hearty cooked breakfast of bread and tomato, Santa Pau haricot beans and botifarra (the Catalan national dish!), desserts from Cooperativa la Fageda, wine and ratafia, a local herbal liquor.

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