This lovely hotel is located just 1 Km. from Sant Feliu de Guíxols, in an inrivalled and peaceful peninsula. The transparent Mediterranean Sea touches 360 m. of coastline surrounding the hotel and the weather is pleasant all year round. In winter, the temperature rarely descends below 10 ºC. In the summer, the sea breeze prevents the thermometer exceeding 30 ºC.
It is surrounded by a large 11,000 m² garden and offers 133 rooms in total, some of them with sea view. There is a 24-hour reception with a safe, a currency exchange desk, a lift, a hairdresser´s salon, a bar, a playground and a café on offer to guests.
The restaurant offers an abundant barbecue buffet at midday, which can be served weather permitting on the terrace overlooking the sea, and in the evening we serve a selected menu with regional specialities.
Sant Feliu de Guíxols is an eminently Mediterranean town situated at the heart of the Costa Brava and surrounded by hills with woods of pine and holm oak, wich has become an important holiday resort offering visitors a wide range of services. All year round Sant Feliu has an intense commercial activity, and the municipal council organises numerous leisure and cultural activities, in addition to maintaining the town's most deeply-rooted traditions. Thanks to its pleasant, temperate climate, Sant Feliu de Guíxols is an ideal place for relaxing at any time of the year. The town conserves a rich and surprising historical and architectural heritage.
The coastline surrounding Sant Feliu is full of contrasts, with stretches of cliffs interrupted by coves and bays with fine sand beaches. The town's beaches concentrate a large number of activities and offer all kinds of water sports.
The countryside surrounding Sant Feliu is a permanent invitation to take an outing by bike or on foot. The town is set in the Aro valley and surrounded by important natural reserves such as the Gavarres hills, the Montclar mountain or the Cadiretes massif, with typically Mediterranean woods of pine and holm oak and countless paths passing through dense vegetation. The coastal paths reveal a landscape of cliffs, coves and bays, and beaches where the heritage of the first summer residents is maintained in the presence of houses in the Modernist style.
Sant Feliu de Guíxols is a town with a rich cultural, historical and architectural heritage. An outstanding example of this is the architectural complex of the Monastery, built in 1723 by the Benedictine order, wich includes the Porta Ferradaj, the symbol of the town, and the towers of the Corn and Fum. Nowadays, the Monastery complex is the home of one of the principal nuclei of the cultural activity of the town: the Cultural Centre and the History Museum, which displays pieces and works of art from the different periods of the town's history and an interesting exhibition of the principal economic activities of the 19th century. The Cultural Centre organises numerous exhibitions and activities all year round. The same complex also includes the new Tourist Office.
The Old Fort, of the 18th century, and the Sea Rescue building (1889), both situated on the site of the old medieval harbour, are testimonies to the town's important seafaring tradition. But Sant Feliu also has other landscapes, such as the surroundings of the chapel of Sant Elm, built in 1723 over the remains of a defence tower, with impressive panoramic views
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