The archaeological site of the Ruins of Empúries

From the beginning of the sixth century before Christ, the Greeks established a settlement in the town of Sant Martí d’Empúries called Emporion. Later it would become a city with the objective of being a crossroads of several commercial routes and with a natural port.

At that time, the population of Sant Martí d’Empúries was completely surrounded by water, until finally it ended up integrated in the littoral due to the sediments of the river Fluvià.

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Summer activities in L’Escala

L’Escala or La Escala is a municipality belonging to the region of Alto Ampurdán, in Girona, Catalonia. The ruins of the Greco-Roman city Ampurias there are in this region. Its toponym comes from the Latin Scala, which is commonly used to refer to ports or docks to shelter boats. There is an endless list of summer activities to do in L’Escala.
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The Anchovies of L’Escala and its great historical tradition

L’Escala is one of the villages opened to the wind of tramuntana. From its origins, as a fishing district of Sant Martí d’Empuries until a few years ago, the life of the village L’Escala has been strongly linked to fishing, especially blue fish, sardines and anchovies among other species.

For centuries, the fishermen of L’Escala found the perfect way to join the fishing that is caught in these waters and the salt coming from the salinas of Torrevieja or Formentera.

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7 nautical activities you can do in L’Escala

If you are a sea lover, nautical activities and you plan to visit the Costa Brava and more specifically L’Escala, you should know that you can do all kinds of activities, both in family and individually. Activities such as water skiing, wakesurfing, kayaking, paddle surfing, scuba diving or sailing among many others.

You can choose the boat you like, sail with total freedom and discover the most hidden and spectacular places of the Costa Brava which you can only access from the sea. Read more

Essential places to visit in L’Escala

L’Escala is one of the most renowned and historic towns on the Costa Brava where we can do a lot of activities. If you are thinking of traveling to this area of the province of Girona, we want to recommend some places that you should know regardless of the time of year in which you make your visit.
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