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Girona & The Dali Triangle “Girona is worth a visit at any time of year, offering gastronomy at its very best and some delightful terrace bars to pass the time of day.” Girona, the capital of the Costa Brava has all the charm of a large city but without the crowds; a very “human-sized” city that will leave you walking around awestruck with your eyes wide open and your mouth agape at all it has to offer: its streets, festivals, cultural activities, restaurants, tourist services and events. Girona is worth a visit at any time of year, offering gastronomy at its very best and some delightful terrace bars to pass the time of day. The Dali Triangle includes Cadaques, Figueres and the lesser-known Púbol. They’re great places to visit to enjoy Costa Brava art, local food and the sea. Portlligat, Dali’s House in Cadaques, is a group of fishing houses which Dali reformed in order to install his workshop and place of residence. The Dali Museum in Figueres, originally a theatre, houses the spectacular building designed by the man himself. It’s the most well-known of the three points of the Dali Triangle in the Costa Brava. Púbol Castle, close to L’Estartit, is the last dot to connect the Dali triangle in the Costa Brava. It’s a small fortification from the 11th century, which Dali gave to his muse Gala in order to fulfil his promise to make her the queen of a castle.