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Lunch in a stone fortress among the fields

Costa Brava is known not only for its coves with beaches hidden under pine trees, but also for its medieval towns. It would rather call call them fortresses, because these settlements of the XIII-XIV centuries are really tiny. We especially recommend visiting the walled city of Peratallada, just 32 km from our hotel.
The ideal plan for a summer get away would be a photo session with a scoop of ice cream on stone streets entwined with bougainvilleas. And if you want to add gastronomic experiences, then you should stop by the L’Eixida restaurant, well-known throughout the region. The chef will offer traditional local dishes with a modern twist. Both of their tasting menus are noteworthy – Menu del arroz, with a touch of the sea, and Menu torre del homenaje, inspired by the different cultures that lived within the walls of this amazing stone city.

Author: Julia Chesnokova
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