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Lloret de Mar, place where laurel trees grow

The earliest mention of the town of Lloret de Mar is found in a document dating from 966 AD. Its name comes from the Latin Lauretum, which means “place where laurel trees grow”. Located just 60 minutes from Barcelona and 20 minutes from Girona Airport, Lloret de Mar is an all-year-round destination for tourists in search of sun, sand, sea and the idyllic landscapes of the Costa Brava...

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Blanes: gate to the Costa Brava

The town of Blanes is situated around 70 km to the north of Barcelona and lies in a beautiful natural setting next to the sea and surrounded by greenery. It enjoys a mild climate. The character of the locals is no doubt shaped by the town’s Mediterranean seaside setting and the sea is what drives the local economy, mainly dedicated to fishing, commerce and tourism...

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Restaurant Vicus in Pals

Set in the former Café de Can Barris in Pals, an emblematic premises since the 1930s, the Vicus opened in June 2011, committed to contemporary Catalan cuisine using fresh, local, top-quality produce. These products particularly include rice from the Estany de Pals and fish and meat from the area. Following its criteria of proximity, the wine list basically consists of Catalan wines, placing special emphasis on the DO Empordà...

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Restaurant Els Tinars in Llagostera

A restaurant in a fully-renovated, former farmhouse which offers an elegant, modern, bright space and a terrace surrounded by garden.  It has one Michelin star. Its top quality cuisine emphasises its taste for tradition and local produce, which are found in its traditional recipes and in the balance of the most up-to-date dishes. It has a wine cellar with more than 500 Spanish and international references. 

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