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Sant Pere del Bosc Hotel & Spa
Discover the most emblematic spots in Catalonia
Hotel Sant Pere del Bosc & Spa is located in a privileged location thanks to the nature surrounding and the architectonic value of tis buildings, as well as its proximity to the most attractive spots in the region.

The hotel is only 15 minutes away from Lloret de Mar, one of the most frequented locations in Costa Brava, where you can enjoy the beaches and the Mediterranean typical landscapes.

Furthermore, Hotel Sant Pere del Bosc & Spa is less than one hour away from the cities of Barcelona and Girona, where there are many touristic attractions and a singular architecture that is well worth visiting.
Sant Pere del Bosc
The sanctuary of Sant Pere del Bosc is a temple included in the Inventory of Architectural Heritage of Catalonia that has its origins in a hermitage of the XI century.

After several remodelling and enlargements, the sanctuary is nowadays an architectural complex divided in several areas with a predominance of Catalan modernist style.

The Neo-Gothic style church has a high belfry that stands out on first sight for its elongated shape and its roof tiles made of painted glass. Adjoined to the church, there is a building that was once the house of Nicolau Font, the most representative “indiano” in Lloret de Mar.

In the XIX century, Font spent a big amount of the money he earned while he was emigrated in America to build an asylum for people in need. For this purpose, he remodelled the old monastery of Sant Pere, adding the numerous buildings we can see nowadays, characterised by its arcs and large windows. The restaurant of the hotel is located in the ancient house of Nicolau Font, and in honour to him, it was named “L’Indià”.

All the facilities were remodelled under the direction of the famous modernist architect Josep Puig I Cadafalch, who also placed several monuments in the surroundings, such as the oratory of the Mare de Dèu, the Angel statue and the boundary cross.
Lloret de Mar
Lloret de Mar is 15 minutes away by car from Sant Pere del Bosc Hotel & Spa. This city is very frequented by the tourist searching beaches, sunshine and the typical atmosphere of Costa Brava. In addition to the numerous beaches and the seafront promenade, in Lloret there are many modernist buildings, such as the church of Sant Romà and the cemetery. You can also enjoy the tranquillity of the nature in the gardens of Santa Clotilde.

For many, the best way to discover this spot of Costa Brava is going through the historical costal roads “Caminos de Ronda”. These paths are often made of stone and have fences or small walls to protect the walkers. You can tour the coastline having a regard on the beaches and the forest, with the typical flora and fauna of the Mediterranean, and you will have access to viewpoints, lighthouses and hidden coves where you can only get on foot.
Barcelona
The capital of Catalonia is 80 kilometres away from the hotel. Barcelona stands out for the diversity of its districts, its lively and vibrant culture and the uniqueness of its architecture.

A walkabout through the Passeig de Gracia is enough to soak up the gist of the modernist constructions, such as the houses Lleó Morera, Amatller, Batlló and the famous Pedrera. But, undoubtedly, the indispensable monument of Barcelona is the Sagrada Familia Cathedrla. This unfinished work of Gaudi surprise visitors with its original architecture and its singular ornamentations.

The rich heritage of Barcelona is also embodied in the Gothic Quarter, where you can visit the Cathedral, the Plaça Nova, the rests of a roman wall, the City Council, the regional government (Generalitat) and the impressive basilica of Santa María del Mar.

Gastronomy lovers should visit La Rambla and the market of San José, also known as La Boquería, with a surface of more than 2.500 square metres and all kind of fresh products.

The mountain of Monjuïc, the National Art Museum of Catalonia, the Olimpic Ring or the stadium Palu Sant Jordi are other places that you should visit when you will come to Barcelona.
Girona
In Girona you can explore 2.000 years of history through the streets and monuments, such as the Roman fort Força Vella, dated around I century before Christ, and also modernist and noucentist buildings.

It is worthwhile going for a long walk on the Barri Vell, the historical centre, where there are many touristic attractions, for example the old Carolingian and medieval walls, the Jewish quarter, the Turkish baths or the impressive Gothic Cathedral.

Girona also features four rivers: Ter, Güell, Galligants and Oñar, which gave the city a characteristic structure. On the banks of the river Oñar are located the famous “hanging houses”, with their colourful façades that compose a picturesque and joyful image, very representative of the Mediterranean villages.