The coast is calling!
This quaint resort is home to some of Costa Brava’s most gorgeous shores. The most notable being the Sant Feliu Beach which curves around bottom of the resort. Then there’s Sant Pol, known for its cute beach huts and cool, shallow waters.
A culinary treat
Sant Feliu De Guixols is flush with delightful dishes. From sophisticated eateries to friendly Spanish tapas joints, there’s plenty on the menu in this town. Throughout the year there are also a great selection of food festivals on, so take a look at the calendar when you visit!
Heaps of history
This beautiful little town is also packed with culture. Head to the Benedictine monastery to see one of the most important heritage sites in the area. With incredible features including the 10th-century Romanesque Porta Ferrada, you can marvel at this grand building and head inside to explore the museum.