Pals and its surroundings are a space rich in historical and natural heritage that transport its visitors to places that seem to have been taken from a postcard or where time seems to have stopped...
Part of Pals municipal area is found in the Partial Natural Reserve of the Montgrí, Medes Isles and Baix Ter Natural Park: the Rec del Molí flows through the protected agricultural area of the Pals rice field sector. We are very close to the hamlet known as Les Vinyoles, part of which serves as a biological corridor between these protected areas and Quermany Mountain. We are also very nearby to the Pals Beach sand dunes and other areas of natural interest such as the Basses d’en Coll and the Gavarres area.
Pals, in addition, is one of the best preserved medieval fortified villages and is close to other medieval villages full of charm, exceptional nuclei such as: Peratallada, Palau-Sator or Torroella de Montgrí. In addition, just a few minutes from where Es Portal Hotel Gastronòmic is located, we can enjoy archaeological sites such as Ullastret or the ruins of Empúries.
Es Portal is also close to emblematic museums related to the trades and the territory such as: Ca la Pruna – Museum of Underwater Archaeology of Pals, the Museum of Fishing of Palamós, the Cork Museum of Palafrugell, the Museum of Ceramics of the Bisbal d'Empordà, the Museum of the Mediterranean of Torroella de Montgrí and the Museum of Anchovy and Salt in l'Escala.
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The Dalinian Triangle is formed by three spaces that were essential in the life of the great painter Salvador Dalí: the Dalí Museum in Figueres, the castle of Púbol and the house of Portlligat, in Cadaqués.
Es Portal is close to these three spaces, making it the ideal place for those who want to come to know more about the life and history of the maximum representative of surrealism.
Learn more or buy your tickets at: https://www.salvador-dali.org/en/museums/the-dalinian-triangle/