In the last few years the ways of doing tourism have been diversified, adapting to the different types of clients and preferences. This is how the witchcraft routes of Girona were born, as one of the most demanded travel options lately.
This type of tourism has spread throughout the Spanish territory due to an immense cultural heritage of thousands of years of history, as well as the confluence of different cultures that define what Spain is today.
Girona, confluence of different cultures
Since the beginning of its history, a large number of immigrants such as Muslims, Romans and Jews have settled in Girona. This combination of cultures left as a legacy an incredible fusion of beliefs, myths and legends that are maintained to this day.
This historic Catalan city offers its visitors two thousand years of history that can be felt in the tour of its Forca Vella and Medieval Eixample fortifications and also the beautiful Jewish quarter, all these places with certain mysterious visions and some chronicles of vampires.
Girona and its route of witchcraft
Girona offers the route of the witchcraft through the visit to the different historical places like The Cathedral of Girona, the old town (Barri Vell), the houses of Oñar, the Jewish quarter, the Arabic baths among many other attractions.
Most relevant legends of Girona
There is no doubt that each region of Spain has its own legends that enrich and highlight its culture. In this case, the witchcraft routes of Girona must necessarily pass through the places where their fables live. Among the most relevant are the following:
- Legend of Charlemagne’s throne.
- Legend of the kiss of the Lioness.
- Legend of San Narciso and the flies.
- Legend of Geryon.
- Legend of the Cocollona.