Can Serola and its surroundings
Discover and explore
Stay 4 days in Can Serola
Day 1 – Enjoy Can Serola
Day 2 – Walk along the circular road in the heart of the natural park that crosses the Fageda d’en Jordà, the volcanoes of Santa Margarida and Croscat and visit the medieval village of Santa Pau.
Day 3 – Discovery of the Dalí triangle: Figueres, Cadaqués / Portlligat and Púbol.
Day 4 – Hiking in the vicinity of Can Serola, Llierca Bridge, Sadernes, Sant Aniol d’Aguja
Sefarad: Le passé et le présent juif
Visit Girona, Europe’s best preserved Jewish quarter and the Jewish History Museum, which is located in the last synagogue.
Besalú preserves some treasures of the Jewish life that it has hosted, such as the twelfth century Micve (purification bath) located near the Fluvia river and the remains of the synagogue.
Castelló of Empúries where you can see the streets and buildings that were part of the most remarkable Jewish quatier in the area, and the Curia History Museum with archaeological elements from the Jewish period.
Enjoy a Sépharad dinner at Can Serola.