Sant Feliu de Guíxols
surrounded by hills and pine forests, it has developed into an important tourist centre in recent years. One of the most important monuments is the Benedictine Monastery, founded in 1723. From the vantage point of the Chapel of Sant Elm you can see the whole coast. The chapel was built in 1723 on the remains of a fortress. At this place the journalist Ferran Agullo gave the coast the name “Costa Brava” at the beginning of the 20th century, this is recalled on a memorial stone.

Sant Feliu has a marina and also has a beautiful dive location, without reaching a boat.

Authentic village with medieval buildings. You’ll find the weekly market and numerous festivals.

Enjoy the great atmosphere, the friendly people and the nice shops.