If you’ve got post-Temps-de-Flors blues, do not fear; Girona has got yet more cultural titbits lined up for you in June …
The tradition of celebrating the shortest night of the year is taken seriously here. And as with all originally religious celebrations in Catalonia, what better way to celebrate than with a party? The day of Sant Joan (St. John) is celebrated with bonfires, fireworks and fiestas. Head to Barcelona or the beach or simply enjoy the festivities here, in Girona.
- All towns and cities
- Night-time, 23rd June
If you went to the wine festival, you’ll know that this is definitely worth going to! Soak up the atmosphere along with beer and tapas.
- At the junction next to Correos by Placa Independencia
- Thurs. 8th and Fri. 9th June: 18hr – 24hr
- Sat. 10th June: 12hr – 24hr
- Concerts: 20.30hr every day
Guided tour of medieval Girona
When friends come and visit you in Girona, are you embarrassed by your lack of historical knowledge? Problem-solved: go on one of the weekly guided tours of the old town … or send your friend on it!
- Saturdays, 10.30 am
Tapa & Tapa
A selection of bars and restaurants across the city are offering specially created tapas menus throughout the middle of June. And not only that, you will also get a special offer on a beer to go with it. See the website and map below to find out where to go.
- 20 Gironian bars and restaurants
- 10 – 19th June
A dramatic experience of monastery life
Enjoy a free tour of Sant Pere de Galligants Monastery in central Girona. The creative tour aims to quite literally bring the lives of people in 12th century to life through drama.
- Noon, 25th June
- Book in advance (972 20 26 32 – firstname.lastname@example.org)