Monastery of St. Pere de Rodes

The monastery of Sant Pere de Rodes, antique Benedictine abbey in the municipal term of the Port de la Selva, has a considerate church like an exceptional and only work in the mediaeval religious architecture. The temple supposes the synthesis and the conoració of the architectural evolution started in the 10th century, perquèla of he incorporates already the turn of cannon, transcendental contribution of Romanesque larc, but preserve points, simultaneously, the big columns of classical root that the back Romanesque gave up on suppressing himself the ceilings of carpentry that they made them indispensable. The monastery feels located in a privileged place for the contemplation of the coast. [ More information ]

Figueres and the route Daliniana

In the antique theater of Figueres, natal city of the painter, the Theater-Museum Dalí, the European museum unic of the two that there are in the world dedicated monographically to the work of Salvador Dalí, is found installed; the other one is that of the Morse collection of Cleveland, in the United States. The Theater-Museum Dalí is the second museum more visited of Spain -the first is the Prado de Madrid- and jewelry, drawing and engraving of the artist and other of his particular collection, gathers works of painting, sculpture, together with several assemblies of different moments of his trajectory in an original and spectacular set, perfectly suitable for the powerful personality of the famous surrealist painter.  More information ]


Girona and the Jewish neighborhood

The Jewry of Girona is the Jewish neighborhood best preserved from Catalonia and one of the most remarkable of Spain. The streets Cúndaro and Sant Llorenç, of one narrowness unusual and of a great unevenness, and all the urban set that surrounds the street with the Force the best vestiges of the place where the Jews lived for six hundred years are. The community of Girona, with 300 inhabitants, was the most numerous of Catalonia after that of Barcelona, and the most famous because in his sinus the first School of Cabalistes of the Iberian peninsula was born, in the first half of the 13th century. [ More information ]