Things to see and do - Banyoles
Unmissable tourist sites
Banyoles Travel guide
Banyoles : Michelin's recommendations
Banyoles is the main town in a newly created “comarca” (local region) on the eastern bank of a lake which is a venue for major water sports competitions. The town grew around the former Sant Esteve monastery. This neo-Classical building still retains the Gothic doors of the original church as well as a Gothic altarpiece of the Mare de Déu de l’Escala, by Joan Antigó, who was known as the Master of Banyoles.
Tourist attractions Banyoles : Things to see and do
Placeta de la Font 11 E - 17820 Banyoles
In this museum in the gothic Pia Almoina, important remains from La Comarca. A replica of the Jaw of Banyoles, paleolithic human remain.
E - 17820 Banyoles
The Banyoles Lake flanked on the west by the Sierra de Rocaborda, dominates a broad plain where there are woods of green and red oaks with large cultivated fields. It is more than 2,000m long and 235m wide. As well as the beauty of the countryside, i..
pl. Major E - 17820 Banyoles
On this fine 13C square is a large market every Weds.
Paseo Dalmau, 63 E - 17820 Banyoles
Offering a bar, Hotel l’Ast is located in Banyoles, next to the Lake of Banyoles and Can Ginebreda Forest. Free Wi-Fi is provided, and free private parking is available on site. Featuring modern-style décor, all rooms at L’Ast have a balcony with vi..
Paseo Darder, 50 E - 17820 Banyoles
Passeig Industria, 5 E - 17820 Banyoles
This boutique hotel with free Wi-Fi houses a Michelin Star Restaurant. It is in the centre of this charming town, less than 1 km from the Lake of Banyoles. The Ca L’Arpa is set in a 19th-century house and offers attractive design. It is a short walk..
passeig Indústria 5 E - 17820 Banyoles
This restaurant has various dining areas. There are two separate areas at the entrance - one a small section for meals, the other for the display and sale of confectionery. In addition, there is a room for a post-dinner drink in the basement and a me..
av. de La Farga 5 E - 17820 Banyoles
Well run by two couples, this restaurant boasts a meticulous dining room with a profusion of wood, as well as a circular semi-private section. The menu offers traditional fare, including the house speciality, stuffed sea urchin gratin.