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legal advice in Cadaqués

Among the towns and villages on the Costa Brava, Cadaqués outstands for its genuineness and singularity. The name of Cadaqués could result from the evolution of “Cap de Quers” ( Rocks Cape) due to the large amount of rocks, especially in the area of Cap de Creus. Another option is that Cadaqués derived from “cadaquer” or “cadaquers” (forest of càdecs: shrub of this coastal area). A third possibility is that Cadaqués is the combination of two words of Greek origin, kata-kairus, occasional port (as the Greeks used this port in its trade routes when bad weather forced them to interrupt the passage). Located at the oriental part of the peninsula of Cap de Creus, the town, which is considered as the jewel of the Costa Brava, has a history of thousands of years, dating back to the Iberians’ period.


Legal advice in CasaresCasares is between the Ronda highland, the Costa del Sol, and the Campo de Gibraltar. A landscape of red rocks split by deep gorges in the Sierra Bermeja; of forests and circles of pines which have survived the fires, and in the shadows climb to the peak to join in Los Reales (1.440 m.) to the advance of the firs of the higland. Further west, the sierra is converted into an observation point of limestone in Crestellina to watch the entrance to the Ronda valley of Genal from its peak. There, amid gorges and ridges, lives a colony of tawny vultures of the peninsular.

Guide to Gerona. What to do and see in Gerona.

lawyer in Gerona, accountant in Gerona, solicitor in GeronaGerona is a city in the northeast of Spain on the Costa Brava, near the French border. It is a beautiful city where you get a real feeling for its history just by walking through its ancient streets. Its a walled city which dates back to the Roman period, the old quarter is located within the city walls. There is a well known stretch of houses, built in the 19th century, which make up the part of the city wall destroyed by the French in 1807 while the city was under siege.


legal advice in L’EstartitTorroella de Montgrí – L’Estartit municipality is situated in an area of great natural diversity comprising mountain, plain and coastal landscapes that have been transformed by man over the millennia. The Montgrí Massif was inhabited 300,000 years ago during the Lower Palaeolithic age by a community of hunter-gatherers who found shelter from the elements in the Cau del Duc caves in Torroella de Montgrí and nearby Ullà.

Roses, Gerona, Spain.

lawyer in Roses, solicitor in RosesEarly history of Roses.

The origins of Roses (Greek: Rhode) are disputed. A popular theory holds it was founded in the 8th century BC by Greek colonists from Rhodes. It seems more probable, however, that it was founded in the 5th century BC by Greeks from Massalia (Marseilles), perhaps with an admixture of colonists from neighbouring Emporion (today’s Empúries). Remains of the Greek settlement can still be seen. Remains from the Roman period go back to the 2nd century BC and continue well into Christian times with a paleochristian church and necropolis. After the collapse of Roman power the town seems to have been abandoned, but a fortified settlement from the Visigothic period has been excavated on the nearby Puig Rom.

History of Lloret de Mar

The history of Lloret de Mar is undeniably linked to the idea of hospitality and the open and welcoming nature of the townspeople. Back in ancient times, in the fourth and third centuries BC, the Iberians living in the settlements of Montbarbat and Puig de Castellet had already established relations and contact with other cultures enabling them to obtain goods and pottery from Greece and Rome. Later, it was the Romans themselves who settled in what is now Lloret and who, through the trading post on Fenals beach, established commerce along the coast with neighbouring settlements such as Empúries and Barcelona. Numerous finds from this period are still in existence today: the Iberian settlements of Puig de Castellet, Montbarbat, Turó Rodó and Coll de Llop and the Roman Sepulchre.



A few kilometres from the Mediterranean Sea, right on the Costa Brava, lie the medieval streets of Pals. The county of Baix Empordà in the province of Girona has in this town a lovely old quarter, declared a Historic Artistic Site. In the Gothic quarter of Pals, pretty cobbled streets flanked by aristocratic houses await you. Pals beach completes the visit to the walled town. At any of these points, you can try the area’s cuisine, based on products from both the sea and of the mountains.

Interesting Facts of Fuengirola

Surface Area: 10.2 square kilometres Population: 68,646 What the natives are called: Fuengiroleños Outstanding Sights: Sohail castle, Finca del Secretario, History Museum Fuengirola, Fuengirola beaches, Parque del Poniente (park), marina, Bioparc Fuengirola, Palacio de la Paz

VALENCIA: Democracy, Autonomy and XXI Century Development 1975 to today

After the death of Franco in 1975, Juan Carlos – son of Alfonso XII – then in exile – became the new King of Spain. A new democracy was brewing until the 1978 Constitution, turning Spain into a constitutional monarchy.