The Costa Brava is much more than sun and beach, bars and restaurants.

On the Costa Brava we can also find very peculiar museums suitable for everyone.

We have prepared a list of some of the most curious places with a cultural, gastronomic, maritime or leisure theme. Because culture always adds up, and on the Costa Brava we have visits for all tastes!

Dalinian Triangle

The Dalí Triangle is the geometric figure that would appear, on a map of Catalonia, if we were to draw a line between the towns of Púbol, Portlligat and Figueres. These three towns explain the trajectory of an artist of international renown but totally linked to his natal land. This space, concentrated in a territory of barely 40 km², contains the elements that make up the Dalinian universe: museums, landscape, light, architecture, orography, customs, legends, gastronomy… essential for understanding the work and life of Salvador Dalí.

A tangible and mythical concept, the Dalí Triangle allows one to explore the universe of Dalí and is the gateway to a multiple universe of sensations and subjective experiences for visitors.

Dali Museum Theatre in Figueres

Salvador Dali’s House in Portlligat

Castle of Gala Dalí in Púbol


Barcelona, capital of Catalonia, is a mediterranean and cosmopolitan city that encloses Roman remains, medieval neighborhoods and the most beautiful examples of modernism and the avant-garde of the twentieth century into its urban layout.

Not in vain, UNESCO has declared emblematic constructions of the Catalan architects Antoni Gaudí and Lluís Doménech i Montaner a World Heritage Site.

110 km from Platja d’Aro.


One of the most interesting cities in Catalonia, the historic city of Girona allows you to travel through more than 2,000 years of history from two fortified areas, the Old Force and the Medieval Eixample.

The first corresponds to the Roman foundation and the second to the extension of the walls during the 14th and 15th centuries.

The monuments are abundant and the artistic wealth they preserve is very notable. The attraction of Girona is topped off with the  Jewish quarter of the Call, with the beautiful streets and arcaded squares, and with the exultant baroque spaces and noucentista buildings of Rafael Masó.

37 km from Platja d’Aro.