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Nearby cities

If during your holidays in S'Agaró-Sant Feliu de Guíxols you decide to visit charming towns, we suggest you go to Girona, Figueres and Besalú. You will discover a great atmosphere and many places of historical interest, as well as a wide range of bars, restaurants and shops.

Girona, the Jewish city

The journey from S'Agaró to Girona takes about 35 minutes by car. Girona's main attraction is the famous old town, where we recommended that you get lost with the sole purpose of discovering charming places. Apart from the alleys of the Jewish Quarter, other places of interest in Girona are the Cathedral, which has the widest Gothic nave in the world, the Arabic Baths, and the Onyar houses, characteristic of the old quarter and overlooking the Onyar River as it passes through the city

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Figueres, capital of the Empordà region

The city of Figueres is approximately 1 hour from S'Agaró. Figueres is in the centre of the Empordà area and is on the border between the Pyrenees and the Costa Brava. Its privileged location makes it an obligatory stop for travellers and tourists entering and leaving the Spanish State. This city is known worldwide for the famous Dalí Theatre-Museum, dedicated exclusively to the surrealist painter Salvador Dalí, who was born in this town.

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Besalú, an inland medieval town

The town of Besalú is approximately 1 hour from S'Agaró. Besalú is a small, charming town in the La Garrotxa area. Its geographical location was ideal for human settlements in remote times and it has been a meeting place for different cultures, all of which have enriched the town’s architectural personality. Today, the town’s old quarter is perfectly preserved, its fascinating architecture typical of medieval times and Jewish culture. It is a pleasure to walk through its streets and medieval squares and discover the town’s diverse heritage that make it so unique, such as the mikveh, or Jewish ritual bath, one of the few in such a good state of preservation in the Iberian Peninsula.


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