The Banyoles Lake

The situation and surroundings of Banyoles offer a wide range of possibilities to get closer to the nature, culture and history of the water city.


As its origin indicates, Bisuldunum was a fortitude between two rivers: the Fluvià on the south and the Capellades to the north.


Near to Barcelona and on the halfway between the sea and the mountain, Girona enjoys a privileged emplacement and preserves one of the most valuable hereditary sets of Catalonia.

La Garrotxa

It is the best exponent of volcanic scenery of the Iberian peninsula. It has a quarantine of volcanic cones and more than 20 gatecrashers of basaltic lava.


Also acquaintance as the city of Salvador Dalí, Figueres has museums and monuments that place it in a high cultural position.

Serinyà Caves

A deposit is the Caves of Serinyà paleontológico of the Paleolithic placed in Serinyà, Pla de l’Estany, which was discovered at the end of the XIXth century like place of human seasonal establishments and of burials. The opposing remains belong to the period of the Magdaleniense, 15. 000 to 9. 000 aC.


Rocacorba is a mountain of Canet d’Adri, from Gironès, apart from being the name by which the Puigsou (992m) is known.

The Ripolles

The Ripollès is a region belonging to Girona placed in the south slope of the Oriental Pyrenees that comprises the head of the river Ter and its tributary Freser.

The Espolla Lagoon

The Espolla lagoon is a singular aquatic system in Catalonia. It does not have water of permanent form, but one treats as a temporary pond, that is to say, that a more or less long period remains dry.