ON THE COSTA BRAVA, 12 KM FROM THE SEA AND 20 MINUTES FROM GIRONA


The privileged location of the Can Darder hotel facilitates access to a wide range of activities related to leisure and cultural activities.

The Hotel Can Darder is located on the outskirts of the town of Llagostera, on the slopes of the Gavarres, a small mountain range that separates it from the sea of the Costa Brava and the towns of Playa de Aro, Tossa de Mar, Lloret de Mar, Palamós and Sant Feliu de Guíxols.

GIRONA

GIRONA

The historical city of Girona, one of the most interesting in Catalonia, allows you to visit more than two thousand years of history from two fortified enclosures: La Força Vella and the medieval widening. The first corresponds to the Roman foundation, and the second to the enlargement of the walls during the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries.

MEDAS ISLANDS

MEDAS ISLANDS


The Medas Islands (Illes Medes in Catalan) are an archipelago located in the Mediterranean Sea formed by some seven small islands and some islets off the coast of Catalonia (northeast of Spain). It has an approximately surface of 21,5 ha. It has a seabed, favored by its proximity to the mouth of the River Ter, which attracts numerous researchers who study it every year making this maritime reserve one of the most important in the Mediterranean and the largest in extension of Catalonia. The longest island of the group is the Grande Meda.

GAVARRES

GAVARRES


Mountainous area in which Hotel Can Darder is located, surrounded by forests of oaks and cork oaks, will make you enjoy excursions full of sensations and discoveries.

SANT FELIU DE GUIXOLS

SANT FELIU DE GUIXOLS


Sant Feliu de Guíxols is an Empordà town located in the heart of the Costa Brava which, thanks to its temperate climate, is surrounded by a landscape full of contrasts.

PALAMÓS

PALAMÓS


Palamós is a municipality in the region of Bajo Ampurdán and is famous for its landscapes, beaches, the commercial port and the prawn. It is also famous for the number of scuba divers it attracts thanks to its fantastic sunken ship, Boreas,