News and events

We present a series of news and events that may interest you related to the Hotel environment.

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We present a selection of interesting news to make your stay at the Hotel more enjoyable.

Cala Pedrosa´s lookout

Cala Pedrosa´s lookout

There are all kinds of people. We are all aware of that. There are also nice people who make beautiful but unnecessary things only for the fact of making other people happy. These are the kind of humans who have placed a bench and a table at the lookout in Cala...

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Mas Pastora´s Garden

Mas Pastora´s Garden

Between pinestrees and the brooms typical from the landscapes of Costa Brava, the ramp that takes you to the rooms from Mas Pastora is surrounded by plants typical from the Baix Empordà: olive trees, rosemary, thyme, sage… all of them giving you a special smell. Next...

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The Cap Roig Botanical Garden

The Cap Roig Botanical Garden

The Cap Roig Botanical Garden is one of Costa Brava´s gems. As every beautiful construction that has survived the past of the time, these Botanical Gardens were born from the passion of beauty of a retired Russian soldier called Nicolai Woevodsly and his British...

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La barraca de Dalí

La barraca de Dalí

Hidden in the forest behind Castell beach, near Palamós, you can find la “Barraca de Dalí”. It is the proof, well preserved, of another era. In fact, before the Spanish Civil War, this area was the place of encounters of artists from all over the world. Artists from...

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Snorkeling

Snorkeling

The scuba diving center Tritón, with more than 40 years of experience in Costa Brava, it is only few steps aways from Mas Pastora Hotel. During all these years, they have achieved a professionalism that guarantees security above all. They offer courses for all levels...

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Ermedàs

Ermedàs

The Costa Brava keeps these little secrets: places that are separated from the usual tourist circuits and that pleasantly surprise the curious who venture into paths and paths. Ermedàs is small, is discreet, goes unnoticed, is well taken care of. It is still a...

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