The Begur Experience

Begur Costa Brava what to do and where to go.


on March 23, 2012
Català: Imatge tractada de una de les dues cav...

Català: Imatge tractada de una de les dues cavallerisses de la fortalesa de Sant Ferran de Figueres. Destaquen pel seu bon estat de conservació. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This City is the capital of the Alt d’Emporda area and has a population of 40,000 people. It is home to one of the World’s most popular museums, the Teatre-Museu Dali, which was created by Dali who spent his final days here and is buried in the crypt. It is a must for visitors to the area; it is advisable to arrive early and be prepared to queue. Opening times are July-September 9:00-20:00, Oct-June 10:30-18:00.

The Rambla, a tree-lined boulevard built over a river bed in the 1930’s connects the old and new parts of the town. Various café-bars fringe the Rambla and there are markets on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Other places to visit:-

Dali Prints The Toy Museum (Just off the Rambla)

Barri Antic (The Old Town between the Rambla and the Dali museum)

Castell de Sant Ferran (the town’s 18th century citadel, parts open to the public)

Museu de L’Emporda (local archaeology, art, and a room dedicated to Narcis Monturiol)

Museu de Joguets (Toy Museum in the Hotel Paris – 3,000 traditional children’s toys).

Monestir de Vilabertran (Augustinian abbey, one of the finest examples of Catalan Romanesque architecture. 2km from Figures towards Perelada)

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