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Molí del Mig by URH

Do you love active tourism? During your stay at Hotel Molí del Mig by URH, you can enjoy activities in the heart of nature, visit quaint little towns and sample the best local cuisine.

You will find many of the experiences that we recommend directly from the hotel at: www.ca.wikiloc.com

In terms of the local countryside, you will find many routes nearby: www.naturalocal.net

Molí del Mig by URH
Molí del Mig by URH

Cycling

Our surroundings are ideal for cycle tourism and there are routes suitable for all types of cyclists. Discover all of our recommended routes.

Cycle tourism MTB Cycling
Molí del Mig by URH

Unique Empordà

Discover a different way to explore the beauty of the Empordà region. How about a horse ride on the beach? Or enjoying the views from a hot-air balloon? If you like water activities, you can go kayaking on the Ter river, snorkelling by the Medes Islands, discovering the coves in the Costa Brava on a sailing boat or going on excursions on boats with glass floors.

Molí del Mig by URH

Hiking and Nordic walking

The plain of Baix Ter is an agricultural area in a stunning natural setting, with dirt roads aplenty, perfect for practising Nordic Walking; and the mountainous area of the Montgrí Massif is ideal for trekking. Plana Baix Ter – Molí del Mig – Torroella de Montgrí circular routeof medium difficulty. Here you can find the best Nordic walking routes in the area.

We’d like to recommend a number of interesting circular routes from the hotel.

  • ROUTE TO MONTGRÍ CASTLE

    Medium difficulty – 5 km

    See route
  • ROUTE TO THE CASTLE AND THE DUNES OF THE MONTGRÍ MASSIF

    Difficult route – 13 km

    See route
  • ROUTE ALONG THE PLAIN OF THE BAIX TER

    Very easy – 8 km

    See route
  • ROUTE TO THE ULLÀ DAM

    Very easy – 6 km

    See route
  • ROUTE TO THE MASIAS WITH DEFENCE TOWERS

    Very easy – 6 km

    See route
Molí del Mig by URH

Natural spaces

We’re in the Montgrí, Medes Islands and Baix Ter Natural Park. This vast park contains 3 very different types of landscapes: the Montgrí Massif, the Medes Islands and the marshes of the Baix Ter and rice paddies of Pals.

Molí del Mig by URH

Golf

We are located less than 1 mile away from the Par3 Pitch & Putt course in Gualta and 2 miles from Golf Empordà, where you can join up for individual or group golf lessons or enjoy the course trying to lower your handicap.

Molí del Mig by URH

Gastronomy

Local handicrafts

  • Discover the best local agricultural food products thanks to the gastronomic routes.

  • Pals rice (Molino Estany de Pals and Molino de Pals)

  • Artisanal cheeses (especially the famous recuits of Fonteta and Ullastret)

  • Wineries and vineyards, local productions (Torrent and Vall.llobrega)

  • Olive oil (Torroella de Montgrí and Corçà)

  • Apples and apple-based products (Torroella de Montgrí and Palau-sator)

  • Jams (Jam Museum in Torrent)

You can also find local handicrafts, such as

  • Ceramics in La Bisbal d’Empordà, with its ceramics museum and shops

  • Basketry in Torroella de Montgrí

Molí del Mig by URH

Medieval towns and archaeology

There are many itineraries which go through some of the most beautiful medieval towns in Empordà: Pals, Peratallada, Monells, Cruïlles, Ullastret, Palau-sator, etc. The old towns of Torroella de Montgrí and La Bisbal d’Empordà are also of medieval origin.

Other interesting places to visit include the Iberian settlement of Ullastret and the ancient Greco-Roman ruins of Empúries.

Molí del Mig by URH

Museums

Remember to visit the “Dalí Triangle”, which includes the Dalí Theatre-Museum in Figueres, the Gala-Dalí Castle in Púbol and the Dalí House in Cadaqués. In Torroella de Montgrí, you can visit the Mediterranean Culture Centre, which has a lot of information on the local area. Other interesting museums in the area are the Jam Museum in Torrent, the Terracotta Ceramics Museum in La Bisbal de l’Empordà, the Fishing Museum in Palamós and the Anchovy and Salt Museum in L’Escala.

Molí del Mig by URH