Guests are drawn by the spectacular beauty of the surrounding rocky coastline and unspoiled beaches.
Located atop the cliffs of the Costa Brava, the Hostal de la Gavina has played host to legions of luminaries since opening in 1932, including members of the Spanish royal family. Guests are drawn by the spectacular beauty of the surrounding rocky coastline and unspoiled beaches. Nearby Figueres was the summer haunt of the Surrealists and has a museum devoted to its most famous native son, Salvador Dalí. The hotel’s interiors are also artful, furnished with exquisite antiques, Flemish tapestries, Murano crystal lamps and Romanesque carvings, and every guest room and suite has a unique decor. The restaurant’s seafood comes straight from local fishing boats, and the produce is local, much of it grown on the grounds, which contain lemon, magnolia, olive, palm and century-old pine trees.
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