Girona The Costa Brava Girona area Villas and Apartments to rent
Girona Wining and dining in Catalonia is a favourite pastime of locals and visitors alike. This area of Spain is well known for its gastronomic delights, yet an average 3 course meal can cost as little as €10 per person, with many excellent local wines.
Rambla de la Llibertat, 43, 17004 Girona, Spain Score from 130 reviews: Fabulous 8.6
Located in Girona’s historic Barri Vell district, the stylish Girona Centre Apartments have balconies with views of the old town and the River Onyar. More
Each bright, air-conditioned apartment has free Wi-Fi access.
Apartaments Girona Centre offers modern apartments, each with 2 double bedrooms and a bathroom with a shower. Some apartments also have an additional toilet. Bed linen and towels are provided.
Each apartment features a living-dining room with flat-screen satellite TV and a double sofa bed. Kitchens include a ceramic hob, coffee maker, dishwasher and washing machine.
Apartaments Girona Centre is situated on Rambla de la Llibertat, a bustling tree-lined street full of shops and cafés. Girona Cathedral and Sant Feliu Church are just a 5-minute walk away.
Great Wine Tour Spain
This Empordà Escape Wine tours is multi-day experiences for great wine tasting, food, and cultural highlights that spans from the vineyards of the lower, east Pyrenees on the Spanish-French border to the sunny Costa Brava, toasting and tasting the best of the Girona province viticulture.
Thanks to Catalonia’s privileged geographical location and 2000-year-old winemaking tradition that started with the Romans, you will start this viticulture experience with a hearty brunch with extensive tasting in the lower Pyrenees mountains.
Your glasses raised throughout the quaint plazas of the Roman-Medieval old quarter (El Barri Vell) of Girona city and wind-down overlooking the clear waters and pristine beaches of the Mediterranean sea!
This is the wine holiday that you’ve been dreaming of!
Video Girona, Catalunya, Costa Brava, Spain.
Girona features numerous beautifully preserved medieval and modern spaces. Squares, steep alleyways and buildings that make up places with an unsurpassed atmosphere and beauty, where it seems that time has stood still for centuries.
Among the largest and best preserved in Europe, the Call –or Jewish Quarter in Catalan– integrates the Bonastruc ça Porta center and its surroundings, which have gained the most important architectural and urbanistic interest.
Spectacular stroll along the path running around the ancient walls dating from Charlemagne (9th century a.d.) and early medieval times (14th-15th centuries a.d.) and bordering the historic centre on the east.
Originating in the earliest times of Christianity, a large part of the Romanesque building is still preserved which was later completed with Gothic naves and structures, and a baroque facade (11th – 17thcentury a.d.). Eight extraordinary Roman and Paleochristian sepulchres consitute its greatest attraction.
Wining and dining in Catalonia is a favourite pastime of locals and visitors alike. This area of Spain is well known for its gastronomic delights, yet an average 3 course meal can cost as little as €10 per person, with many excellent local wines.
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