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Costa Brava, un dels millors destins pels 2012

L´edició nordamericana de la prestigiosa NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, ha considerat que pel proper 2012, un dels destins mes interessants es la Costa Brava.

Encara que només sigui per saber cóm ens veuen o qué diuen de nosaltres o del lloc on vivim, us fer arribar el texte, i que cadascú valori si els llocs triats de la nostra Costa Brava, son els millors o representatius, si corresponen a les vostres preferències o si us sustenten en informacions ja conegudes i poc treballades, …

The Creative Coast of Spain

The boats painted in yellow, crimson, and white that bob in the water could belong to any scraggy Mediterranean coast. The polar bear that guards them, however, means only one thing: Salvador Dalí’s home in Costa Brava. Dalí, one of art’s greatest eccentrics, came from this part of Catalonia, in northeastern Spain. His giant eggs, swan fountains, and melting clocks drew inspiration from this sunshine-laced wilderness.

The medieval city of Girona also overflows with creativity during its annual spring flower festival, the Temps de Flors. Surprising floral creations spill down cathedral steps and bloom-inspired art installations fill city squares and stone-walled courtyards. The fishing village of Calella de Palafrugell (above) charms with seaside restaurants and homes.

Tossa de Mar

Tossa de Mar is perched on the Mediterranean in Catalonia, a province in northeastern Spain. The Costa Brava coastal region is a popular tourist destination, thanks to its moderate climate, beautiful beaches, and charming towns.

El Celler de Can Roca

Chefs prepare dishes at El Celler de Can Roca in Girona, Spain. In 2011, El Celler was named the second best restaurant in the world by Restaurant magazine.

Pals

Cobbled streets wind through the medieval town of Pals on the Costa Brava

Dalí Theater and Museum

The Dalí Theater and Museum honors artist and hometown boy Salvador Dalí in Figueres, Spain, with a suitably surrealistic building.

Girona

Looking out from the Old Fishmongers Bridge gives a unique view of Girona. Four rivers converge in the medieval town.

Sant Feliu de Guíxols

Rugged cliffs enclose a Mediterranean cove that’s a favorite for boaters and swimmers. The picturesque municipality of Sant Feliu de Guíxols has six miles of coastline.

Article web National Geographic

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