Olot, Capital of the Catalonian Garrotxa region is equidistant from Girona, Figueres, and Ripoll. Its location has resulted in it developing into an active, sparkling, commercial and industrial town, but it still retains a very interesting Old Town. It is known as the ‘City of Volcanoes’ and is surrounded by 38 cones. Old
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  Located in the mountains, in the municipality of Port de la Selva, is the Benedictine monastery of Sant Pere de Rodes which dominates the entire Cape Creus peninsula. Dating from the 1st century AD (the first official mention of the monastery is dated 878AD), it is the prime example for the Catalan-Roman era. Sant
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    With a history of being occupied by the Romans, Visigoths, Franks, Moors, and French, the medieval town of Besalu was declared a site of National Historical Interest in 1966. Most of the buildings date from a period of independence between the tenth and twelfth century. An imposing Romanesque bridge which crosses the River
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L’Escala has a population of around 6,000, which swells to many times that amount during the busy summer months. The town is surrounded by blue flag beaches; At the northern end of the town, the Bay of Roses has some of the most beautiful unspoiled beaches anywhere. In the town center is the popular beach
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A one bedroom Apartment with delightful Canal views: In a quiet area yet close to the beach, shops, restaurants & bars This 33m2 Apartment in the Isla Cartago sector of Empuriabrava comprises of: Living Room Fitted Kitchen area One Bedroom One Bathroom Balcony Possibility of a mooring This is an excellent Empuriabrava location and is
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Spain’s most easterly point – Salvador Dali’s surrealist inspiration Parc Natural Cap de Creus was designated as a nature reserve in 1998. It is the largest uninhabited area in the Spanish Mediterranean and Spain’s only Reserve which includes both land and sea. The reserve extends from Port de la Selva to Roses and most of
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The History of Tossa de Mar: Several Roman rural villas have been found in Tossa’s surrounding area. The most important is the Roman villa of Ametllers, consisting of the urban and the rustic parts. It is still being excavated at present but these remains show evidence of an uninterrupted commerce with all the Mediterranean world
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Holiday Rentals Over one hundred properties for rent – From Studios & Apartments to Villas and country houses. These are mainly situated in the Roses area but the section includes rental properties throughout the Costa Brava with other selected rentals further afield. Property Sales Places nearby Sport & Leisure Food & Drink Over 100 properties
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Just over half a mile from Roses, Aquabrava claims to be the most entertaining and complete water park on the Costa Brava. Free buses run frequently to and from Placa Catalunya in Roses. There are over 20 attractions, including the largest wave pool in Europe, gentle and intimidating flumes, a tranquil river, water slides, a
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For an impulsive BBQ, the ribs could be simply dipped in the marinade and cooked on a hot closed barbecue (or oven). But for the full flavour to be infused into the ribs, use the following directions: Ingredients (for four to six tapas portions): 1 kilo Pork rib sheets For the Spanish Marinade: 4 tablespoon
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