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Hotel Palau de Girona

Girona, located northeast of the region of Catalonia, is an ideal province to visit throughout the year.
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Girona is an ideal city to get lost walking through its magical streets of the Barri Vell. You will discover more than two thousand years of history, as well as charming corners.

The Cathedral, with the widest Gothic nave in Europe, reigns unquestionably with its tower over the city. At its feet there is the impressive city wall, the Arab Baths, the also Gothic church of San Feliu, the Romanesque monastery of Galligants and a long etcetera.

The other great protagonist of Girona is the Onyar River, which crosses the city and on which its inhabitants built bridges and built the famous houses of l'Onya. Visit the Eiffel Bridge, one of the most striking in Girona for its intense red color and the use of metal built by Gustave Eiffel's company in 1876.

Culture and leisure

Girona is a city alive and rich in its leisure and cultural offer, which fascinates everyone who visits it.

In the spring, Girona is covered in flowers, in its traditional Temps de Flors festival.

The Fires of Sant Narcís, major festivals in honor of the patron saint of the city, in October, display a multitude of events: correfocs, concerts, the famous fair in the Parque de la Devesa, the handicraft market and many more.

Girona Golf Course

The Girona Golf Course is less than 1 km from Hotel Palau. It was designed by architect F. W. Hawtree, a great lover of this sport. The route that we set can be divided into two areas: the first nine holes, and the last nine holes, in which the player is rewarded with tours full of sensations.

The Girona Golf Course is surrounded by nature, and its streets point to the beautiful views of the valleys and mountains of our regions.

Costa Brava

In addition to its incomparable beauty, the Costa Brava offers places of great biological value.

Some examples of must-sees are the Bay of Roses, the Botanical Gardens ... and of course, the beautiful towns.

On the other hand, gastronomy is a determining factor; you can taste the best traditional dishes of the area as well as a good wine.

The Catalan Pyrenees

The Catalan Pyrenees form a truly exceptional natural and cultural heritage: from the geological and botanical variety to the impressive legacy of its inhabitants over the years.

Leisure and sports in nature are some of the strong points of this area, both in summer and winter: hiking, skiing, cycling and quad biking, paragliding, parachuting and many more.