A Splendid XVIII Century House with Garden & Pool

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  • 1 bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 8
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Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 4

Sleeps: 8

Type: Apt. / Condo

A Splendid XVIII Century House with Garden & Pool

A splendid old town house with 225 square meters of living space and a nice garden with a swimming pool and porch in the Medieval town of Pals (Girona).

The house has been completely refurbished mixing the XVIII century antique house with XXI century avant-garde architecture. Fantastic location in the centre of the medieval town of Pals (Girona).

The house has a very nice living room with a fire place. The place is decorated with a mixture of Antique and contemporary furnishings to offer all the commodities. The house is equipped with a WIFI connection.

Register Number: HUTG-001746

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GEMRIC I.

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A Splendid XVIII Century House with Garden & Pool
Pals, Catalonia, Spain

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The town of Pals is a medieval walled enclosed, now restored and very well conserved. The first reference to the town dates from 889. With just over 2,800 inhabitants Pals and the surrounding area offer you a wide range of things to do, from organised activities to gastronomic routes with the most exquisite recipes. You can play golf, scuba dive or go windsurfing at the beach of Pals. You can enjoy nature by walking over the dunes or cycling through the rice fields.

Can Caranta is situated on the Medieval town of Pals. Quiet area and nice views, located in the heart of “Baix Empordà” (Costa Brava). At 7km from the magnificent beaches of Pals, Sa Riera, Sa Tuna, Calella de Palafrugell and Llafranc.

It is a one and a half hour drive north of Barcelona, and 40 minutes from Girona airport. It only takes 45 minutes drive to the French border.


Enjoy the surrounding secluded beaches of: Calella de Palafrugell, Llafranc or Tamariu (3km). Small sandy bays with rocky headlands, pine trees and clean water. Or if you prefer in Pals beach, at 14 Km. you’ll find a wide-open 3.5 kilometre long beach with the Medes Islands in the background. Its special topography makes it the ideal spot to practice all types of water sports like windsurfing.

Only a few kilometres from Palafrugell, in the town of L’Estartit, is the Medes Islands Marine Reserve, an archipelago formed by seven small islands that are admired the world over by people who practise underwater sports. A perfect place to practise: scuba diving, sea watching, snorkelling... and you don’t need to be an expert, because you will find professionals who will guide you and show you the most marvellous places in this privileged sea bed.

On foot or by bicycle and at your own speed browse as far as you like, along the network of 350km of paths that is currently to be found at the Costa Brava, or through the rice fields or along the dunes of the beach, to magnificent viewpoints at the seaside or the archaeological remains of the Empordà...and of course, along the coastal paths: an impressive route that comes down to the sea between cliffs and joins up all the beaches of the Costa Brava.

However, you can also discover the Empordà from the air... in a balloon, a helicopter or an ultra-light aircraft, you will have a unique experience to remind you of Palafrugell.

RECOMMENDATIONS: Monells, Peratallada, Ullastret and Begur they are very close from Pals and is worth visiting.

In Palafrugell every Sunday the town holds its weekly market, where you will find everything you need, while the daily marketprovides fruit, vegetables, meat and fish.

In June, don’t miss the Spring Festival celebrations, featuring the grand parade of floats.

Another part of the municipality is made up of the nuclei of Calella, Llafranc and Tamariu, on the coast. These former fishermen’s districts have become important tourist centres thanks to the beauty of their setting and their wide variety of restaurants and activities. The old fishermen’s neighbourhoods grew up around the coves and they have conserved their nautical tradition; here, in the summertime, you can enjoy the concerts of havaneres (sailors’ songs), the most famous of which is held in Calella.

Another emblematic spot is the cape of Sant Sebastià, with its lighthouse, a chapel and the remains of an Iberian settlement. Nearby, in Calella, you can also visit the castle and botanical garden of Cap Roig.

Around Palafrugell you will also find riding clubs that will satisfy horse lovers. Also routes and courses for beginners. And if you like doing sport playing tennis, paddle, football, basketball, beach volleyball and anything you could imagine... even skateboarding at the Palafrugell skate park.

Recently the Costa Brava was voted by the IAGTO (International association of international Golf Tour Operators) as the “best emerging golf destination world wide”.

The moderate climate of the zone make Costa Brava an ideal place for enjoying Golf. There are 2 golf courses in the town (Pals Golf Club: with 18 holes, is beside the sea, on dunes covered by an large pine wood and the other course named Golf Serres de Pals). And if you are a beginner, you can start out at one of the many Pitch & Putt courses around Palafrugell.

There are 11 courses all within an hour’s drive of “Can Felip” and “Can Tarongeta”, 4 of which are considered amongst the best in Spain : EMPORDA (5 min. drive), Home to the European Tour Qualifying School , 27 holes, Par 71 and 72. PALS (5 min drive) 18 holes, par 73. PGA CATALUNYA (50 min drive), Ranked in the top ten best golf courses in Europe- 18 holes par 72. GIRONA (40 min drive) 18 holes, Par72.

Others are Peralada, Torremirona, Mas Pages, Gualta, Serres de Pals, Mas Nou (d’Aro) and L’Angel de Lloret.

Palafrugell dates back to the 10th C. The old centre still conserves its medieval structure, presided over by the church of St Martí and made up of streets and alleys that form a large shopping centre. The town’s boom period occurred at the end of the 18th C., with the start of production of corks, which is still reflected in the local architecture: the cork factories and the modernist buildings. The Cork Museum gives a full description of this industry.

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Beach or lakeside relaxation, City vacations, Mountain nearby, Rural retreats

Getting There

Nearest train station: Girona, 20 miles
Nearest airport: Girona, 20 miles
Nearest ferry port: Barcelona, 90 miles
Car is recommended

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