In the surroundings of Can RomaníOne can discover beautiful villages like Boadella, Sant Lorenç de la Muga, Albanyá, Agullana, Darnius and La Vajol

Cultivated terreced slopes of vines and olives.

The Aiguamolls of EmpurdanDeclared as a Natural Park it is an excellent space for the conservation of plenty of species, especially aquatic birds, which have their nests here. In the Park you should take one of the itineraries made for visitors, with hides on lakes and little sweet water lakes. Get more details at the information centre to complete your visit.
 Almond tree blossoms in Boadella fields
 The stork looking for food
The mountain range 'La Albera'Is declared as a Natural Park of national interest. In it's interior you have a large area of leafy forest. The part near the sea and due to it's influence, is formed of scrubland and steppe. It stands out as a chromatic sierra with it's aromatic plants of large variety. Another reason for the importance of the fauna is the presence of the wellknown mediterranean tortoise. Also important megalithic discoveries were made in this area.
The Romanesque RouteOf historical and landscape interest with extraordinary views: 'Sant Pere de Rodes' at 'El Port de la Selva', el 'Santuario de Santa Magdalena' at Terrades, or the 'Monasterio de Sant Quirze de Colera'.
Visiting the prehistoric stone dwellings in La Albera National Park
Porch of 'Sant Andreu de Sureda'
A visit to FigueresBeing the capital of this region it is an important centre for tourism, culture, commerce and service. The outstanding area without cars in the center is also the starting point of the 'Dali Route', which starts in the Theater - Museum of 'Salvador Dali', then followed by theTower 'Galatea', 'Castillo de Púbol', the Residence in Cadaques and finally the Residence at 'The Port-Ligat'. Figueres displays as well the 'Toy Museum', el 'Museum of the Empordà' and the 'Garden Theatre'.
The area 'Costa Brava'Here you can visit the well conserved greco romanesque ruins 'Empuries' facing the mediterranean sea. The complex contains a museum which is interesting to gain a better understanding of life then and of the discoveries they had made. The coast allows opportunities to visit the typical fishing villages like Roses, Escala and Cadaques, alternating with beautiful beaches where vegetation grows down to the sea or impressive rocky precipices.

Path along the coast.

"Young girl at the window"
Typical beach on the 'Costa Brava'
GastronomyTo get a taste of the local wines and champagnes have a look at one of the co-operative wine cellars situated fron the village of Capmany up to Roses. Typical of this area as well is olive oil, in the villages 'Espolla' and 'Pau'. It is made from hundred year old olive trees. Then you have 'Anchovies' which are famous from the coastal village 'Escala'. They are preserved in salty water and are apreciated by many people. Dishes like 'Suquets y Cazuelas de pescado', are based on fish which are found in the whole area.
The hermitage near to the houseIt is possible to walk from the house up to the hermitage. Spectacular views of the forests, Pyranees and the La Muga Valley
Large wine stocks where wine is made
Chapel of Santa Magdalena

CultureTourist information in Figueres Plaça del Sol, s/n
Tel.: 972 50 31 55

Teatre-Museu Dalí Plaça Gala-Salvador Dalí
17600 Figueres
Tel.: 972 51 15 00

Natural Parks Aiguamolls Natural Park"El Cortalet"
Tel.: 972 45 42 22

Information of the Conservation Area Albera Espolla
Tel.: 972 54 50 79

BTT Salines-Bassegoda

GastronomyRestaurant El Trull de'n Francesc Plaça de l'Oli, 1
17723 Boadella d'Empordà
Tel.: 972 56 90 27

HealthCAP de l'Alt Empordà C/ Tramuntana, 2
17600 Figueres
Tel.: 972 51 13 08

CAP de La Jonquera Tel.: 972 55 45 66