Monthly Archives: March 2015

Easter Experience: Dance of Death in Verges

By |March 31st, 2015|

Many towns celebrate festivals, all of religious origin, in which all the residents participate genuinely. Some have been declared heritage Festivals of National Interest due to their cultural and historical importance.

Verges is a small town in Girona and every Easter it turns in the scene of a true historical gem: The Dance of Death is […]

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XII Fira de les Herbes in Peratallada this April

By |March 24th, 2015|

This year the fair of herbs will be celebrated the 26th of April from 10:00 am at the Plaça del Castell de Peratallada. It forms part of a long tradition in the medieval town of Peratallada and they celebrate it to recall its farmer origins.

Not to long ago, the peasantry, was the main economic force in Peratallada […]

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Cultural Routes: Vívid Wine Festival

By |March 16th, 2015|

Vívid is a new festival is linked to the world of wine and it will be celebrated throughout the month of April with an intense program of activities. Conferences, pairing menus, kayak trips, music… A set of activities to discover wine in all its aspects. With spring, restarts the cycle of the vine in the Emporda Costa […]

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There is no new property bubble in Spain

By |March 10th, 2015|

The senior advisor of the fund Blackstone, Claudio Boada, said that, there is no property bubble in Spain, but he has warned that “we must be careful” in the market and don’t confuse apples with oranges.
In a discussion developed in the conference ‘Money in 2033′, organized by PwC, Boada has indicated that he isn’t concerned about the […]

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Cultural Routes: The Dalí triangle in the Costa Brava

By |March 4th, 2015|

The Spanish painter Salvador Dalí left us a great legacy. We propose to discover it through the places that make up the so-called Dalí Triangle. It’s a route that unifies the three epicenters of the Empordà that will allow us to get to know in profundity the artist, in a biographic and artistic way. The itinerary […]

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