- The castle
- The city wall
- Things to do
- Get organised
- Feast and festivals
- School trips
- Organised groups
- How to get there
Hostalric is located in a privileged and very well-communicated area. The town is situated next to the Tordera river and is one of the entry points to the Montseny Natural Park and the Montnegre-Corredor Natural Park. Girona and Barcelona are 40 and 60 km away respectively, and the main touristic nuclei of the Costa Brava are a 30-minute drive away.
Turisme la Selva
La Selva is a very diverse region that offers visitors a wide range of options to suit all tastes. It stretches from the coast of the Costa Brava, passing by the plain or zone of Ter Brugent until it reaches the Montseny mountain range.
La Selva is known as ‘the water region’ and ‘land of castles’, which demonstrates the natural and heritage values of the territory.
Costa Brava Pirineu de Girona
The Costa Brava is an ensemble of sensations that will surprise you, from Blanes to Portbou. Nature, culture and heritage define this territory.
Parc Natural del Montseny
Montseny Natural Park, also considered as a Biosphere Reserve, is a mosaic of Mediterranean and central European landscapes located in the Catalan pre-coastal mountain range, between the Barcelona and Girona demarcation.
Parc Natural del Montnegre Corredor
Two large mountain ranges, Corredor and Montnegre, fill this space, located on the Catalan coastal mountain range. Dolmens, Neolithic, archaeological remains from the Iberian period and medieval churches are spread across a landscape surrounded by land, forests and country houses