Enjoy the beauty of Costa Brava’s nature and discover fascinating medieval towns and fishing villages. Explore the Old Town of Girona and visit the Cathedral or the Jewish Museum. Learn from your expert guide all about the region, its history and culture and enjoy a delicious, traditional 3-course meal in the Old Town of Girona. This flexible, small-group tour is a great option for all ages of travellers with varying cultural, religious and architectural interests.
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Plaça de Catalunya
The Costa Brava, the “rugged coast”, is named as such due to its high, sheer cliffs and numerous rocky coves. It is home to small medieval towns, fishing villages, and secluded beaches, most of which are largely only reachable by boat or narrow coastal trails. Being one of the few authentic and pristine coastlines in the western Mediterranean, you will get to experience quaint fishing villages, local markets, city gardens, short walks to secluded beaches and great panoramic lookout points over this paradise.
After a fantastic 3-course lunch in a traditional restaurant (optional but highly recommended), your guide will lead you through the charming Old Town of Girona, where you will get to see highlights such as the Cathedral, Roman and medieval wall, Rambla de la Llibertat, Onyar River houses and bridges, Jewish Heritage Museum and more, before driving back to Barcelona.
Plaça de Catalunya
Very knowledgeable and entertaining, English-speaking guide
Transportation in a modern, air-conditioned touring van
Entrances to either the Girona Cathedral or Jewish Museum
(Classic Version Only) A traditional 3-course meal with wine in a Catalan restaurant with your guide and day trip companions
Comfortable clothing suited for potential temperature fluctuations
Comfortable walking shoes
Umbrella or raincoat (if necessary)
There would be a surcharge of 20 € / person if you end up being only two clients on any non-private tour.