Garrotxa is called “the volcanic area” due to its many volcanos and lava streams that over years have penetrated into the earth creating its unique landscape and vegetation.
Índigo is a modern bar and restaurant specializing in tapas influenced by traditional Catalan cuisine and distinctly Mediterranean flavors.
The Girona Pyrenees, located in the northeast of Catalonia, owns important architectural and ancient towns and magnificent Jewish touches dating back to the Renaissance period.
Mountain peaks at an altitude of 3,000 meters, spectacular valleys, ancient and fascinating villages, gorgeous views and unique flavors. Come and discover the Ripollès county of the Girona Pyrenees.
Draps’ healthy and hearty dishes to share, at convenient prices, make for an appetizing and engaging option for your “Sefarad” kosher menu.
I started my journey with the same question as always when I want to save time and can only see the best of each place. What do the Costa Brava and the Girona have that make them unique?