From the Rodes mountains, in the north, down to the mouth of the Fluvia river, in the south, this park covers 4783hectares and it is the second largest park in Catalonia, legally protected since 1983. It is internationally known among ornithologists to be the refuge of many migratory birds. You can wander around the several signposted routes and watch and learn about birds from the hides spread over the lagoons. During the migratory seasons the park offers educational activities for adults and children. Check more info in Parc Natural del Aiguamolls de l’Empordà.
The Islands Medas are the main attraction of the Estartit village and it is considered to be a ZEPIM area. The ecosystem has been declared the best reserve in Western Mediterranean. It is a meeting point for diving lovers. In Torroella village it is remarkable the Castle of Montgrí, unfinished, from the XIVth century, built in the top of the Montgrí and accessibly also with children along the several paths that cover the Massís del Montgrí.
In 50 kilometers distance from the camping you have access to impressive archaeological sites like the Greek and Roman ruins of Empúries, the Iberian village of Ullastret and an endless number of well preserved medieval towns.
If you really like History, we recommend you to take with you guides and books about Catalan history. You will enjoy in each of the historical interest points.
The Benedictine monastery of Sant Pere of Rodes was built in the middle of the mountain Verdera and it offers an exceptional view of the bay of Llançà and Port de la Selva, at the northern part of the Natural Park of Cap de Creus. Close to the monastery there are the ruins of the medieval village of Santa Creu de Roda, where only the pre-romanic church dedicated to Saint Helena survived to the ages.
Teatro-Museu Dalí, opened in 1974, was built on the remains of the ancient theater of Figueres and it contains the widest fan of works that describe the artistic trajectory of Salvador Dalí (1904-1989), from its first artistic experiences and its surrealistic creations up to the works of last years of his life.
Casa-Museu de Portlligat (Cadaqués) was the only stable house of Salvador Dalí; the place where he lived and usually worked until, in 1982, after Gala’s death, he moved to the Castle of Púbol.
The Castle Gala-Dalí de Púbol, was opened in 1996 and allows to discover a medieval building where Salvador Dalí materialized an overflowing creative effort thinking on a person, Gala, and about a function, a place adapted for the rest and refuge of its wife.