Below is a small selection of the activities you can do in Empuriabrava and the surrounding area.


Castelló d'Empúries





Skydive Empuriabrava
This skydiving centre is one of the largest in Europe, with a wide variety of jumps and courses for beginners and experts.
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Karting Empuriabrava
With a track of more than 900 metres in length, visitors can enjoy the adrenaline and speed of the latest generation of go-karts.
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Empuriabrava Beach
This wide beach of fine golden sand stretches for several kilometres and is ideal for a day of sun and sand with family or friends.
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Canals of Empuriabrava
Known as the "Spanish Venice", this area has more than 20 kilometres of navigable canals, which can be explored by boat or kayak.
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Basilica of Santa Maria
This religious temple is known for its impressive rose window and ribbed vaults, as well as for its rich artistic heritage.
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Butterfly Park
This park has a wide variety of exotic butterflies from all over the world, as well as other species of insects and animals.
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Museum of Medieval History
It has an extensive collection of objects and documents showing everyday life in the Middle Ages in the Empordà region.
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Aiguamolls de l'Empordà
A nature park covering more than 4,000 hectares of wetlands, forests and farmland on the Costa Brava, with trails to observe the area's natural beauty.
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Ciutadella de Roses
This archaeological site allows you to visit the settlements of different civilisations in the area over the centuries.
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Roses Beach
Roses beach is one of the most popular beaches on the Costa Brava, with a length of over 1.5 km and crystal-clear waters.
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Trinitat Castle
16th century fortification. It has an exhibition on the history of the fortification and its role in the defence of the city. 
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Roses fishing port
The fishing port of Roses is one of the most emblematic places in the city, as it represents its seafaring history.
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Salvador Dalí House-Museum
Home and studio of the artist for many years and offers a unique insight into his life and work where Dalí created some of his most iconic works.
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Casa Serinyana
The Serinyana house (casa blaua) is a modernist building included in the Inventory of the Architectural Heritage of Catalonia.
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Portlligat Cove
Surrounded by cliffs and crystal clear waters, this cove is ideal for those looking for a quiet and less crowded beach.
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Cap de Creus Natural Park
The park is home to a great diversity of flora and fauna, including endemic species, and offers numerous hiking and diving trails.
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Dalí Museum
Founded by Salvador Dalí himself, this museum has a large collection of his works, including paintings, sculptures and art objects.
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Sant Ferran Castle
The castle of San Fernando is a military fortification built in the 18th century during the War of Independence.
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Toy Museum of Catalonia
This museum has a collection of more than 4,000 toys from the 19th century to the present day as well as workshops for the whole family.
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Rambla de Figueres
La Rambla de Figueres is a pleasant pedestrian promenade in the city centre lined with a large number of shops, bars and restaurants.
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