#selfisolation #covid19 #winterflu #workfromhome #escapetothecountry #privatevilla #heatedpool We've seen a fourfold spike in interest for Cal Domino over the last few weeks, specifically by those who wish to work from home and self-isolate for the time being whilst we get to grips with the legacy of the Covid-19 virus. Along with our standard holiday rates and short term get-aways, we also have a long term rental rate of just €510 per week (minimum rental period 3 weeks, plu
Within 30km of the Villa, you will find half a dozen International Standard golf courses including the Catalunya PGA, Spain's No.1 golf course. You can play here all through the year, the winters are generally warm and sunny, but the summers can get very hot, especially at mid-day and in the afternoons. If you intend to play golf here between mid-June and the end of August, we recommend booking an early T off. At the end of the day, come home to a heated pool (April to mid-Oc
About 90 minutes to the north of Casa Cal Domino and one of my favourite places to come and soak up the scenery is the church of Santa Helena in the Serra de Rodes hills overlooking the seaside town of Port de la Selva. This part of northern Spain close to the French border lies in the Cap de Creus Natural Park, an arid, windswept area of outstanding natural beauty devoid of trees due to the ravages of the fierce Tramontana northern wind. The coastline is punctuated by strang
Just to the north of Casa Cal Domino and close to the old Roman walled city of Girona, lies the biggest natural fresh water lake in the Catalan region of Spain. Banyoles has been declared a Space of National Interest and is on the Ramsar List of Wetlands of International Importance. The lake is near the town of Banyoles with some 19,000 inhabitants and although there are some nice older parts to the town such as a central square dotted with bars and cafés, it’s not really wor
Welcome to the Costa Brava ! From the town of Blanes all the way to the French border in north-east Spain, 214 kilometres of rugged cliffs punctuated by small sandy bays and crystal clear water. This stretch of the Spanish coastline boasts a total of 28 blue-flagged beaches which are testament to the health of the marine ecosystem. The Costa Brava also hosts 2 national park marine reserves, one at the Cap de Creus in the north and the other by L’Esartit at the Illes de Medes.