Explore culture

The province of Girona boasts a diverse cultural landscape, and Camiral Golf & Wellness provides an ideal launching point for exploring its treasures. Just a brief drive from the hotel lies the historic city of Girona, steeped in centuries of history and charm.

From there, venture out to discover the enchanting medieval villages dotting the countryside, each with its own story to tell. Amidst this cultural tapestry, don't miss the opportunity to immerse yourself in the surreal world of Salvador Dalí, with key sites of the Dalí Triangle within easy reach. Experience the whimsy and brilliance of his art and vision, adding a unique dimension to your cultural journey through the region.

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The Dalí Triangle

The province of Girona is etched with the genius of Salvador Dalí. Born in Figueres (less than an hour from Hotel Camiral), it was in the Empordà region that the surrealist artist discovered his talents. He developed his early and late work here, and it’s where much of his iconic legacy remains. The Dalí Triangle refers to the trio of museums where the artist lived and worked, and which house a large number of his artworks. For a complete tour of the Dalí Triangle, start in Figueres with the Dalí Theatre-Museum. Then head to the coast to the artist’s former home in Portlligat, next to Cadaqués… before returning inland to the village of Púbol and the medieval castle that Dalí bought for his wife, Gala.

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Historic Villages


One of Catalonia's best-preserved medieval towns with cobblestone streets and ancient buildings that transport you back in time. Declared a national historic-artistic site in 1966, it showcases a unique Jewish heritage, with attractions like the synagogue and baths nestled alongside historic landmarks such as Sant Pere Monastery and the churches of Sant Vicenç and Sant Martí. The eleventh-century Pont Vell bridge is a picturesque icon of the region.

Ruins of Empúries

Near the coastal town of L’Escala lies the only archaeological settlement on the Iberian Peninsula with both Greek and Roman remains. Embark on a journey back in time to understand the life of its ancient inhabitants between the 5th century BC and the 3rd century BC – when the Romans abandoned the settlement.

Sant Pere de Rodes

Built at the highest point of El Port de la Selva and overlooking the Cap de Creus National Park, Sant Pere de Rodes is a beautifully preserved Benedictine monastery dating back to the 10th century. It’s one of the finest examples of Romanesque architecture in the province of Girona.

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