Why should you rent a villa in Pals?
Pals is a village in the area of Baix Empordà in the province of Girona and is 140 km from Barcelona and 60km from the French border.
Pals is divided into three parts: Pals, Els Masos and Pals beach .
Pals beach is a beach of golden sand with more than 3.5 km in length, where you can enjoy the sun, relax or play sports.
The environment where is located the village of Pals offers the possibility to do many things, whether sports such as golf or windsurfing, or simply walking through its magnificent dunes or medieval small streets.
Pals offers unforgettable landscapes .
Rent a villa in Pals!
Villas and holiday homes Pals
Our holiday villas around Pals will offer you the best of what you could wish for from a holiday on the Costa Brava. Beautiful white bays filled with the clear blue water of the Mediterranean Sea and of course a large selection of outdoor cafés and exquisite restaurants where it’s a delight to stay during the day as well as by night. Also the little town of Pals itself is worth visiting. Its origins go back to the 10th century, which means there are lots of interesting things to see for those who love culture, like the remarkable bell tower, surrounded by small cobble-stoned streets and old, charming houses. That Pals is proud of its history can be seen in the local museum of archaeology, where you can learn a lot about the town itself and the surrounding area.
A holiday villa at the Costa Brava
When you book a holiday home at the Costa Brava, you can be sure of looking forward to a versatile and varied holiday. Of course you will spend your days just the way you want to, whether you like to do so on the beach, in the nightclubs or by the pool of your own holiday villa. But it’s good to know what your options are while you’re here. Like the city of Gerona, which you can find in the province of the same name and has been the centre of several European trading routes for more than 2000 years. Of course this has left its marks with touristic attractions like the impressive cathedral of Santa Maria, the old monastery of Sant Pere de Galligants, the Arabic baths from the 12th century and the church of Sant Feliu. Another recommendation is Barcelona, which isn’t officially a part of the Costa Brava but well within reach and therefore an opportunity you don’t want to miss out on.