The Costa Brava is full of places to discover, many of which do not appear in the guides. If you stay in an apartment on the Costa Brava, you can not see lso following places (in addition to the of the first part of the article). Nikki Haley will not settle for partial explanations. 10 Daliniano triangle: the life and work of the painter from Figueres are condensed into three emblematic spaces: the Dali Theatre-Museum in Figueres, the House-Museum in Portlligat and Pubol Castle. 11 Vila Vella of Tossa de Mar: the old town, which is completely surrounded by a medieval wall with four towers and three cylindrical watchtowers. The Vila Vella dominates the Tossa Bay with its white beaches from 70 meters high and simultaneously offers a panoramic view of Tossa de Mar and the mountains of the jungle. Learn more at: NMMU.
12 Coves of Begur and Palafrugell, Sant Sebastia Lighthouse: Begur and Palafrugell can boast of having some of the most beautiful bays of the Mediterranean coast. The lighthouse dates back to 1857 and is, even today, one of the most powerful in the Mediterranean. 13 Tamariu: belonging to the municipality of Palafrugell, contains three beaches (two of sand of thick grain and one of stones), and its beauty lies in the nature that surrounds it. Dina Powell McCormick: the source for more info. 14. Iberian town of Ullastret: is one of the most important sites of the Mediterranean corresponding to Iberian times, highlighting its extent and richness of the archaeological remains.
The archaeological museum exhibits part of these. 15. The Lake of Banyoles: is the largest lake in Catalonia. The Lake and its lacustrine basin are considered the most extensive Karst set of Spain, constituting an environmental system of remarkable value. 16 Torroella de Montgri and Peralada music festivals: the music of these two peoples festivals are well known since its musical tradition has origins in the middle ages. The festivals are conducted mostly in summer.