Tourist information about the zone
With our taxi service you can enjoy with comfort and flexibility the magnificent tourist destinations that we have in our surroundings, where you will surely not be disappointed.
Torroella de Montgrí
Torroella de Montgrí is a town in the Baix Empordà county, situated at the foot of the Montgrí Massif (302 m), 6 km from the coast and very near the River Ter that irrigates the surrounding plain. The climate is mild, with a mean annual temperature of 14.8 ºC, averaging 8.8 ºC in January and 22.5 ºC in July. The main sources of wealth are agriculture, on the fertile plain lands, and commerce, as evidenced by the lively Monday morning market. Workshops and small businesses account for industrial activity of the area. Although not a tourist town as such, Torroella has a lot to offer visitors who wish to discover a traditional Empordà market town. An excellent programme of cultural events throughout the year attracts visitors and local residents alike.More information
The geographical situation and Costa Brava climate make L’Estartit an ideal place to enjoy a pleasant holiday at any time of the year. The town offers visitors a wide choice of modern accommodation with hotels, apartments, campsites and rented holiday houses, as well as numerous sports facilities, leisure activities and shopping areas. Tourists will enjoy both the natural environment and the historic and cultural heritage of the area. The wide range of activities on offer includes walks and cycling trips, horse riding, scuba-diving, sailing, golf, cultural visits and events such as concerts, festivals, theatre and cinema. L’Estartit is quality tourism, action tourism.More information
Girona is a city on a human scale with all the charm of a larger city. Take a leisurely stroll through the old town, visit the museums and the historic buildings, wander through the streets and squares, and discover the tourist attractions, festivals, restaurants, cultural events, etc. Enjoy it at any time of year and, if you can, come back again and again! This lively city will always hold something in store to delight you.More information
Costa Brava and Girona Pyrenees
The fact that almost one third of the Costa Brava and the Girona Pyrenees is natural protected area should give you a good idea of what you’ll find there: eight spectacularly contrasting natural parks, with just a few kilometres separating the snow-capped Pyrenean peaks from the Mediterranean’s most charming beaches and coves. And in such a short distance there’s room for fishing villages and high mountain rural towns, for Romanesque monasteries and churches, for Iberian settlements, Greek and Roman ruins, Jewish quarters and mediaeval fortifications, and for the surrealist legacy of Salvador Dalí. There’s also room for all sorts of fun activities: skiing, hiking, mountain biking, golf or enjoying the relaxing effects of thermal waters in a spa. And there's always room for sitting at a table and savouring a unique gastronomic experience, leaving the wonderful taste of our counties in your mouth.More information