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The villa was everything we expected, the house itself, the swimming pool and the garden are well maintained and clean. Marc, who greeted us when we arrived was really helpful and when we had a little issue with the fire alarm, he came and got it resolved straight away. All the accommodations in the house were up to standards and we felt like at home. Me and my friends will definitely looking to visit Mas Rosset if we get the opportunity again. Thank you so much for your amazing hospitality. I would strongly recommend any large group of friends or family to visit this stunning Villa.Read more
Fabulous location, very large,traditional house but be aware- its on the hill! Lots of steps! But what a view! Wish I booked for a month! Very homely,comfortable atmosphere. Loved it.Read more
Loved the pool, house etc Had thought it was walking distance from sa tuna but actually location is further south than pin on advert shows meaning the need to drive to the beach. The region is fantastic...3 weeks next time!Read more
The villa is very pretty. We regret not having seen anyone from the agency to guide us. We were delivering a little to ourselves. We had a pleasant stay.Read more
The house has 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, perfect! The outdoor pool is okay for a dip. Behind the house there is a small pond with ornamental fish. The kitchen is well equipped, washing machine and clotheslines available. We only needed a kettle and cleaning supplies. Terrace and conservatory overlooking the sea a dream! Garage perfect for bikes or cars. Top supermarket with kl. Restaurant nearby. Very good excursion possibilities. Center within walking distance.Read more
The house is beautiful, comfortable, with all the necessary tools, in an urbanization close to the town, many supermarkets, bars and restaurants nearby. Everything has been comfort and we have been able to enjoy a medieval market in the town of Calonge, the stay has been great.Read more
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Villas in Girona Province
The unspoiled and historic province of Girona is the jewel of Catalonia, located 99km east of Barcelona. Split into 222 districts and three regions; the coast, inland region and mountain region, it is a hugely popular holiday destination for its medieval architecture, Roman ruins and postcard-perfect countryside. In fact, it is Girona's fairytale landscape and historic structures that provided a backdrop for the hit TV show 'Game of Thrones!'
This quieter, untouched side of Spain is perfect for couples and families looking for a relaxing break in scenic surroundings. From the stunning botanic beauty of Blanes, to the Blue Flag beaches of Lloret de Mar, Girona is a paradise for holidaymakers who are looking for a more authentic side of Spain.
Girona's capital of the same name is a city to get lost in, with every winding, cobbled path leading to something beautiful to discover. Step back in time with a trip to the courtyards of the Jewish quarter and its 500 year old architecture and museums. Take a scenic walk down the 3km-long Passeig de la Muralla and stroll along its medieval walls stretching across the eastern border of the old town. The views here are unlike anywhere else in Spain, revealing spectacular panoramas of the city.
The Onya river runs through the heart of Girona city, and is bordered with colourful buildings overlooking its waters. Its nostalgic charm makes it the perfect place for a romantic escape, especially when taking in views from the Eiffel Bridge which runs across.
Key holiday info
- A direct flight from the UK to Girona-Costa Brava Airport is approx. 2 hours long.
- The average daytime temperature in the summer is 23°C and 12°C in winter.
- Girona is dotted with public baths that were built in the 13th century during the Moorish occupation.
- The cathedral of Santa Maria is one of the most beautiful churches in Spain.
- Girona is accessible by car via the A7, which leads directly to the French border.
Where to go in Girona Province
Steeped in history, the province of Girona is famous for its natural beauty and fascinating architecture. The ancient Catalan capital is a short driving distance from the region's main attractions; Costa Brava's beaches, the Pyrenees ski resorts and nightlife venues. Holidaymakers flock to Girona for its incredible architecture, stunning natural beauty and idyllic way of life.
On the coastline of the Costa Brava, Calonge has two parts - the ancient Medieval village and its golden beaches. With many attractions for a family-friendly holiday, discover beautiful bays and coves, an urban centre and charming shops and traditional restaurants.
On the southernmost point of Girona, Blanes is known as the gateway to the Costa Brava, with a beautiful coastline stretching right up to the French border. Perfect for families, it boasts lovely calm waters, an exotic botanical garden and over 70 restaurants.
Tossa de Mar
Situated on the Costa Brava, Tossa De Mar's old town is a protected national monument with a labyrinth of ancient alleyways weaving in-between its rustic houses. Its quiet coast boasts 14km of golden sand, perfect for unwinding and enjoying some seclusion.
Lloret de Mar
A former fishing village, Lloret de Mar is one of the most popular tourist resorts on the Costa Brava. 25 miles south of Girona city, it boasts some beautiful golden sand beaches, with many flying the Blue Flag for cleanliness.
L' Escala in Alt Empordà, is home to some beautiful unspoiled beaches, and was once a trade port. The Archaeological Museum is a must-see, with remains of an ancient Greek and Roman town. The Bay of Roses is one of the most beautiful in the world according to UNESCO.
The old quarter in Girona city itself is where you'll find a labyrinth of romantic cobbled stone paths leading to breathtaking relics of the past, from baroque monuments to the Arab baths, 12th century monastery of Sant Pere de Galligants and the Roman ramparts accessed through the Passeig Arqueologic.
A place where you can literally step back in time and discover the charms of its ancient past. 35km south of Girona, this medieval walled town boasts stunning examples of Romanesque architecture and a fortified bridge dating back to the 11th century. The Museum of Miniatures here is a must-see for its breathtaking small-scale artworks, showcasing over 2000 pieces.
A town famous for its picturesque canals and waterways, boasting 5,000 private jetties making it the largest private marina in the world! Located in The Gulf of Roses, this giant, modern marina is quite the contrast to Besalú and its historical relics. People come here to marvel at the luxury yachts and enjoy its vibrant nightlife.
A favourite with families for its unspoiled coves, artistic heritage and personal boat tours. Home to the famous Salvador Dali Triangle, fans can visit the three museums of the surrealist painter's work, spanning his entire career. Llançà is also a typical Catalan town, boasting beautiful vineyards and charming local restaurants offering an authentic Spanish cuisine.
Did you know...
- The Benedictine Monastery of Sant Pere de Galligants is one of the most impressive Roman landmarks in Catalonia.
- The city of Essos in Game of Thrones was filmed around Girona Cathedral, located at the heart of the Força Vella.
- Ginora city is Catalonia's largest city, 103km north east of Barcelona
- Girona is divided into 8 regions: El Alt Empordá, Pla de I'Estany, Selva, Ripollés, Cerdanya, El Gironés, La Garrotxa and El Baix Empordá
- Girona can be spelled two ways; 'Girona', in Catalan, or 'Gerona' in Spanish.