There are places where one stays, and places that stay in memory


“Fontclara is synonymous with an idyllic Empordà village, where anyone in love with the area would like to have a country house”.

Mas Ametller is located on the edge of the village of Fontclara, where the garden itself becomes fields of crops and woods, flooding every season of the year with the colours of nature.

From the intense green of the rice fields growing rapidly in the spring, to the infinite fields covered in green with the flowering rapeseed,

thousands of photographic sun-turns in the middle of summer, or the characteristic panístic colour of the cereal spikes waved by the wind as if they were waves in the sea.

There are five houses from the past, five stone houses perfectly preserved and maintained, built on a flat expanse far away from the city’s traffic.

Enjoy the Masia full of places, surrounded by an agricultural landscape and an infinite sky, only 9 kilometres away from the beautiful beaches and coves of the Costa Brava.

Discover Girona, l'Empordà and the Costa Brava

Here you have a small selection of places to live and remember:


It is one of the greatest examples of the Mediterranean charm of the Catalan coast. A elegant, colorful town full of high-quality gastronomic options. It has a strong cultural connection with Cuba, which is immediately noticeable through its colonial influence. We recommend attending the Los Indianos fair or listening to a Havaneras singing. The beaches and coves of Begur rank among the top in the country´s best beaches.
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Calella de Palafrugell & Llafranc

Coastal village with white houses and blue-painted doors, it has a special charm that makes it unique. Walk along the coastal path from Cala el Golfet to Tamariu, one of the easiest and most beautiful sections, where you will pass by four coves with sandy beaches, rocky formations, and crystal-clear waters.
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Pedra-tallada, the name clearly indicates its constructive origin. Peratallada is one of the best-preserved medieval villages, which even has a defensive moat, walls, and a castle. The labyrinth of cobblestone streets will make you walk more slowly and calmly contemplate the great beauty of this charming village. We recommend not missing the views from the Torre de les Hores (Tower of the Hours).
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Montgrí, Medes Islands, and Baix Ter Natural Park

An impressive natural park that houses a large amount of flora and fauna, as well as a beautiful rocky coast with cliffs and secret coves of rounded stones, where hiking dilutes the crowds even during vacation season. Framed by the Montgrí mountain, with its characteristic 13th-century castle at the top. The winding Ter River flows into the sea, forming the pristine beach of Gola del Ter, from where the Medes Islands, a group of 7 protected islands since 1983, can be seen up close. The Medes Islands are a renowned marine reserve worldwide, attracting scuba divers with their diverse biodiversity, including underwater caves.
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Pals shares, along with Peratallada, the title of the most beautiful medieval villages on the Costa Brava. Situat dalt d´un turó, amb carrerons empedrats, edificis gòtics i totalment emmurallada. From the viewpoint of El Pedró, you can see the rice fields, which have a designation of origin. It is a must-visit in the area, deserving a weekend getaway at any time of the year.
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Platja d’Aiguablava

An impressive beach with white sand on the Costa Brava, surrounded by rocky cliffs and crystal-clear waters. It is a charming beach with boats off the coast and sprinkled with white houses. During the season, it offers all the services for families to enjoy, such as showers, lifeguards, kiosk, diving center, beach chair and umbrella rentals. One of the most sought-after beaches on the Costa Brava that we particularly recommend visiting in spring or late summer.
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Platja del Castell

Platja del Castell is a very tranquil beach, not overcrowded, and with a special charm, It is located in the middle of the coastal path and close to an Iberian village. It has fine golden sand and shallow waters, making it a perfect place for snorkeling or paddle surfing. There is also a convenient paid parking area during the summer season. There is also a convenient paid parking area during the summer season. The beach is surrounded by untouched natural surroundings, allowing you to take the coastal path through a pine forest and reach the paradisiacal and wild beaches of Cala Estreta or Cala Bona. If you decide to go on this excursion, don´t forget to bring water, especially during the hot months.
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Fishing Villages

The fishing villages of the Costa Brava are charming places to enjoy the Mediterranean sea, cuisine, and culture. Each one has its own charm and attractions, making them popular tourist destinations throughout the year. The most notable is the picturesque village of Cadaqués, located in the Cap de Creus Natural Park, where you can visit Dalí´s house-museum in Portlligat. Llafranc, with its white houses and narrow streets, is a perfect place to stroll and enjoy the Mediterranean ambiance. Sa Tuna and Sa Riera, two small isolated fishing villages with white houses, narrow streets, and boats along their coast, where you can enjoy the landscape, culture, and numerous fresh seafood restaurants.
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Ancient Civilizations

The ruins of Empúries are located in front of the coast, with breathtaking views of the sea. They were founded in the 6th century BC as a Greek colony and later occupied by the Romans in the 2nd century BC. The ruins include a Roman amphitheater, a forum, a temple, ancient houses, and mosaics, as well as remains of the original Greek city. On the other hand, the Iberian ruins of Ullastret belong to the Iberian culture that inhabited the Iberian Peninsula before the Roman conquest, coinciding with the Greek period of Emporion. The visit with the audio guide will explain to you how this warrior civilization lived through the remains. through the remains of a wall, an acropolis, a set of dwellings, a cemetery, and ending in an interesting museum with a 3D video representing the city in its glorious era. Both sites are very interesting for history and archaeology enthusiasts, and they offer a window into the past of the Mediterranean region.
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Talking about the region of Empordà and Costa Brava means talking about quality products such as the anchovies from l´Escala or the prawns from Palamós. There are countless restaurants with proposals that will make your mouth water. Traditional and avant-garde dishes that never go out of style, like the arroz de Pals, one of the most typical dishes of the region´s gastronomy. If there´s one thing that Empordà is known for, it´s being a land of wines, with 423 winegrowers and 45 wineries. Black, white, and rosé wines are produced. Many wineries with DO Empordà organize visits and wine tastings. If you enjoy a good glass of wine, we recommend the DO Empordà route. Doesn´t it sound enticing?
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The Empordà and the Costa Brava offer an endless variety of routes for all tastes. A wide variety of paths for all levels thanks to its mostly flat geography, including agricultural fields, asphalted roads, and low-traffic dirt roads. It will allow you to enjoy long days of cycling without worries. The region has a extensive network of road cycling and mountain biking routes. We recommend visiting the official websites or Wikiloc for more information.
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Camí de Ronda

Throughout the coastline of the province of Girona runs the Camí de Ronda, a path only accessible on foot. Its origin dates back to the 19th century with the purpose of connecting the coastal towns, and later it was used for controlling the smuggling activities that took place from the sea in the 20th century. Currently, it offers a path with stunning views of coves. With turquoise waters, cliffside paths, and fishing villages. A proposal that can be enjoyed all year round. There is a wide variety of sections along the 43-kilometer route, suitable for all levels, although in general, you will be walking on trails with slopes due to the morphology of the coast. Don\'t be discouraged because it is definitely worth getting to know this beautiful coastline.
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