Towns and small villages, each with unique aspects, merge with a common past, reflected in villages such as Ullastret, witness to the passing by of the Iberians, or Empúries and Roses which show evidence of the Romans and Greeks.

The Costa Brava runs from the coast inland to the volcanic region of the Garrotxa, making it an area of varied landscapes, culture, traditions and unbeatable gastronomy.

The Costa Brava (rugged coast), located in the north east of the Iberian Peninsula, has been known under this name since the beginning of the 20th century. Land of richness and contrasts, with the intense blue of the Mediterranean reflecting against green pine trees and golden sandy beaches.