Monthly Archives: August 2014

Bo Tic: Some say it is the best restaurant in Girona, here is our opinion…

By |August 29th, 2014|

Bo.Tic is a restaurant located in La Bisbal d’Emporda known for its formidable cuisine. It’s a creative, innovative and involving design cuisine project, inspired on the essence of traditional Empordanese cuisine, where experience and creativity, utmost care in the selection of the best raw materials, together with an excellent wine cellar and exquisite and professional […]

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Guess what? The largest winery in Spain is in the Costa Brava!

By |August 28th, 2014|

Vins i Licors Grau is a family business dating back to the mid-twentieth century. The business was founded in 1951 when Miquel Grau i Lluís, father of Jordi Grau i Dillet, opened a bodega-taverna on carrer Palamós in Palafrugell. Jordi Grau moved to Barcelona where he studied at the city’s Conservatory of Music and to finance […]

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What does a 1.5 million dollar watch looks like? We are flabbergasted…

By |August 27th, 2014|

The watch Patek Philippe announced that they have produced a follow up to their most complicated watch ever, the ref 5002 Sky Moon Tourbillon. So when you think the best already exists, you are wrong. The new Sky Moon Tourbillon model, offers a more elaborate packaging of the 13 complications included in the reference 5002 Sky Moon. […]

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Sotheby’s invoiced $ 200 million in private art sales in Spain

By |August 26th, 2014|

The art market has reemerged from its ashes and is making some great performances in recent auctions in auction houses based in Spain. The auction house Sotheby’s invoiced $ 200 million in private sales of art in Spain. From the direction world’s oldest auction house, they explain that private sale stand as the new economic […]

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The Patisserie Sans is a must if you are in La Bisbal

By |August 25th, 2014|

This small family business has been in the artisanal sweet trade for three generations already.  The team of nineteen people cover different fields to be able to offer their customers a wide assortment of artisanal-made cakes all year round. Their kitchen is a balance between the traditional art of cake baking and the constant international […]

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Delicious food in restaurant Casamar, Llafranc

By |August 20th, 2014|

Casamar is Michelin star restaurant located in the hotel of the same name. The Local not too big, but tastefully decorated, sober and combination of light and brown colors with a good separation of tables. The style is quite modern but without fanfare, and always with an eye on traditional kitchen of the Costa Brava. […]

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What happens when love gets creative?

By |August 19th, 2014|

Some buy flowers, some buy a ring… But if you are a genious creative mind like Dali you’ll have to do better than that. In 1969, Salvador Dalí promised his beloved Gala a castle. After negotiations with the Castle d’Empordà and Castle Foixá, Dalí failed in buying her a beautiful Castle, but he did keep […]

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Check out the breath-taking Aston Martin V12 Vantage S

By |August 18th, 2014|

The V12 Vantage is an unprecedented engineering achievement. The perfect combination of a V12 engine with our lightest sports-car in a package of pure aggression. The chassis of this new sports car is lighter, with a more powerful engine and a responsive transmission. This car is 15kg lighter than V12 Vantage.

Some of the new features:

A new […]

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Fira d’Indians in Begur to celebrate the good times in history!

By |August 15th, 2014|

During the nineteenth century many people from Begur went to Cuba, searching for economic prosperity. Those who had succeed in their mission returned to Begur and build great houses recreating the Cuban lifestyle, they called this houses the ‘’Americans’’. This period has left a deep footprint in the town and in the identity of its […]

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The Restaurant Garbet experience: get there by boat!

By |August 14th, 2014|

Restaurant Garbet is fully integrated into the landscapes of the Costa Brava, next to the beach, the vineyards and cliffs. It’s the most peaceful place to have a nice dinner or supper in a great atmosphere in a quiet and relaxed ambience for intimacy during a romantic get-away. But it’s not only its surroundings that […]

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