L'Escala is a sailing town with diversity in marine habitats ranging from sandy beaches formed by coastal dunes to rocky massifs and craggy coves. There are numerous historical resources: the Catalonia-Empúries Archaeology Museum, set among the ruins of a Greek city and a Roman city, the Anchovy and Salt Museum, the Alfolí de la Sal, and Sant Martí d'Empúries, preserved as a mediaeval village. Visitors will find many hints about our fishing traditions.
L'Escala is also well-known for its food, especially anchovy salting, preserved following ancestral methods, make a visit to one of the highly recommendable. We should also highlight attractive leisure events held throughout the year such as the anchovy factories , the Mediterranean Triumvirate , and the Anchovy Festival , among others. Moreover, Cuttlefish Gastronomic Seminar L'Escala also offers diving, , and cycling , as well as sporting, hiking routes , and nautical leisure activities.
These features make
L'Escala an ideal place for staging incentive programmes, congresses and training courses or seminars in unique locations