Holiday home Alemanys5 is located within the city walls, right in the heart of historic Girona. Unobtrusive and in total harmony with the medieval architecture that surrounds it, this remarkably spacious and atmospheric property benefits from a minimalist interior and celebrates a love for quality natural materials, peace and tranquillity, in all its simplicity.
Architect Anna Noguera has sympathetically transformed this beautiful 16th century building into a modern house where old and new blend seamlessly together. The ambience is utterly unique and the choice of materials, including stone, steel and concrete, contributes to a feeling of tranquillity, purity, light and space. Anna has designed the home with husband, Joan, and children in mind, and their regular visits afford the property a genuine heart and a soul!
Alemanys5 has been divided into two separate apartments that can optionally be rented together. Al Badiu is located on the top floor and is the largest of the two apartments, with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, a modern kitchen, spacious living room and a large covered terrace,airconditioning, complete with BBQ / open fire. The view over the Plaça de Sant Domènec with its historic buildings, including the University, is simply breath-taking. El Jardi is found on the 1st floor and boasts 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a delightful living room with patio doors to the pretty garden and swimming pool
2 - 6 Guests
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1 - 4 Guests
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All accommodations in our unique collection meet our high standards in quality, comfort, style and setting. We visit every place, meet the owners and explore the area, so we are sure that you will have a great holiday here!
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Alemanys5 is located in a quiet location in the historic heart of Girona. Girona is a lively city with a historic center, a Jewish quarter, a Gothic cathedral and Arabic baths. The city is a lot less known than, say, Barcelona and still has an authentic atmosphere.
In summer are the inhabitants in the stately Parc de la Devesa and in the evening on the terraces of the Old Town, and Placa de la Indepencia full.
Girona loves to show its culinary offerings and that is not so crazy. The city is full of cozy eateries and also has some quality restaurants. In many places you can sit on the terrace, such as the Plaza de la Independencia or under the stately bell tower of Sant Feliu. Girona also has many nice authentic shops to explore. Some good bakery shops are within walking distance.
Not only Girona itself is worth to visit, but the city is also a great base for exploring the countryside, to other towns and villages and the coast. Pretty coastal villages and coves are approximately 30-40 minutes drive.