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L'escala, empúries and the Alt Empordà

We are in the Alt Empordá, a region bordering the historic Vallespí and Rosselló, whose heritage is very rich and with a great archaeological legacy, such as the findings of Empúries or Roses, old Romanesque monasteries or medieval romanesque monasteries or medieval towns such as Peralada or Castelló d'Empúries. Of great artistic interest are the works of Salvador Dalí in Figueres and in Dalí in Figueres and in Cadaqués - Port Lligat.

L'Escala is home to one of the most important archaeological sites in Catalonia: the Ruins of Empúries, an extremely valuable ensemble that forms part of the Archaeological Museum of Catalonia

The area was the gateway of the classical cultures to the Iberian Peninsula.

L'Escala is the perfect destination to enjoy family holidays. It has a wide range of accommodation and restaurants adapted to all needs, nautical, sporting and leisure activities designed for all ages, entertainment options and specific entertainment programmes for children. Also, its coastline, due to its characteristics, is ideal for children to enjoy the beaches

In one of the promenades by the sea, there is a monument dedicated to the Fisherman's Wife, a testimony to the fishing tradition of l'Escala throughout history. Fish is the star dish of L'Escala's Mediterranean gastronomy, which is internationally renowned

Attractions in l'Escala and Sant Martí d'Empúries


(*Do not confuse with Castellò d'Empuries, as it is another nearby town)

Greco-Roman Ruins

Greco-Roman Ruins

The mosaics of the old manor houses, the sculpture of Asclepius or the Asclepius and the imposing Roman forum are a must-see. The MAC-Empúries organises very interesting guided tours interesting

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Albons

One of those places that will infect you with its calm rhythm of life of life and that invites you to stroll, on foot or by bicycle, between fields of crops, so that you can experience the essence of this region the essence of this region.

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Riells Beach

The promenade that surrounds this beach is dedicated to the work of The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. There are all kinds of restaurants, bars, shops and businesses. In the summer there are many activities and in the evening there is a craft market.

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Callol Serrats

This factory, which is open to visitors, has passed down from generation to generation generation the millenary tradition of salting anchovies, being the oldest active company in the sector

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Sant Martí d'Empúries

Its narrow streets are worth a walk. In the Plaza Mayor there are several restaurants with interesting gastronomic proposals. Once you have visited this town centre, it is also highly recommendable to walk the to walk along the Empúries promenade, which links Sant Martí with the town centre of L'Escala.

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Norayes

The bollards of l'Escala are several stone mooring pylons located in the old town of l'Escala located in the old town of l'Escala. They are included in the list of the Architectural Heritage of Catalonia Catalonia.

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La Bisbal d'Empordà

La Bisbal d'Empordá is today one of the ceramic centres of Catalonia. The importance of this activity is clearly reflected in the urban landscape of the town, characterised by the slender silhouettes of old industrial chimneys and by a commercial area strongly directed towards the commercial area strongly directed towards the commercialization of the different ceramic products

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Castellò d'Ampurias

Castelló d'Ampurias is located near the mouth of the river of the river Muga, in the gulf of Roses. Its strategic location allows the traveller to combine art and culture with sun and beach tourism and the sun and beach tourism and the enjoyment of nature.

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The beaches and coves of the gulf of roses

From I'Estartit to Empúries: An example of the natural beauty of the surroundings of l'Escala.

Also called Bahía de Rosas, it is an immense region with 45 km of beaches, 15 km of caves and grottos and 50 km of navigable sea km of navigable sea. It stretches from Cap de Creus to the Montgrí Massif mountain range. These mountains protect the beaches of L'Escala naturally protect the beaches of L'Escala, with calm and crystalline waters, ideal to enjoy with the family and to practice water sports water sports.

If you are planning a holiday on the Costa Brava, you can not miss the Bay of Roses and discover all its beaches beaches.

Beaches and coves of l'Escala


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Pedrigolet Cove

Of small dimensions, it is the only pebble cove on the coast of coast of Empúries. Almost your own private beach of 10m x 15m.

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Rec del Molí

Beach of fine sand. It is the first of the beaches of Empúries We find dunes, rocky landscapes and abundant underwater fauna. Area where dogs are allowed. 350m

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La Creu

Made of sand and in the town centre of l'Escala. Some picturesque old fishermen's picturesque old fishermen's huts are preserved and several boats are moored all year round. 20m

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Bol Roig

It is a natural cove, formed by large pebbles. It is located in the beautiful surroundings of Les Planasses, just behind the port, in a southerly direction, just a few minutes walk away, following the following the GR-92 coastal path. Ideal for scuba diving or snorkelling. 250m.

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Montgo Cove

A cove of fine sand sheltered from the tramontana. It is located in the the southernmost part of l'Escala. 430m.

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Mateua Island

Rocky cove, located in the area of Les Planasses (between the port and Punta Montgó). Les Planasses is part of the Montgrí Natural Park, es Illes Medes and Baix Ter




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