Sant Feliu de Guíxols

Sant Feliu de Guíxols is an unparalleled meeting and conference detination hugged by cliffs, dotted with small coves and home to spectacular natural spaces like the Gavarres moutains and the Ardenya massif.

Congress dossier – Always on hand!

Hotel capacity

CategoryNumber of establishmentsNumber of roomsGuest capacity
1* and others10164328

Conference centres

1. Conference space at the Sant Feliu de Guíxols Monastery
Hall namem2TheatreClassroomBanquetCocktail
Abat Panyelles1309060--
Abat Sunyer505060--
Hort del Rector609--200300
2. Narcís Masferrer Municipal Theatre and Auditorium

Unique venues

Els Safareigs del Puig
Hall nameTheatreCocktail
Els Safareigs8080
Sala Petita1010


Benefits for conference delegates

  • Free admission to the city’s Museum of History

  • Guided tour of the monastery + glass of champagne in the Hort del Rector garden

  • Welcome by local authorities (if required)

  • Sant Feliu de Guíxols sightseeing material for each participant

  • Discounts at restaurants and businesses offering complementary activities + museums (according to partnerships)

  • Gift: notebook + pen + bag (merchandising distributed in the meeting room)

Leading conferences and events

  • VI Summer Course of the Martí Casals Chair “Sport: healthy or risky?” (2014)

  • VI Association of Catalonia Education Inspectors Conference (2013)

  • Cytology Conference (2012)

  • X History of Catalonia Medicine Conference (2010)


Medievalia: music and spirituality at the Sant Feliu de Guíxols Monastery

A music-oriented visit to the Sant Feliu de Guíxols Benedictine monastery, with explanations that not only cover the monastery and its monks but “take” to the street to meet up with the typical life of the medieval world in this area of Empordà. The music of duo Pedro Burruezo and Maia Kanaan Burruezo brings medieval, Moorish, and Sephardic sounds to life… The visit ends with a glass of champagne in the Hort del Rector garden paired with two musical pieces.

A day in the life of a monastery

This is a theatrical visit to the Sant Feliu de Guíxols Benedictine monastery, where participants will don a cape and tour the inside of the monastery as novice monks. A guide will explain the schedule, work and facilities that will now form your daily routine. The tour includes a visit to the interior of the monastery’s Romanesque towers, the church, museum exhibitions, etc.

Monastic dinner or wine tasting

Traditional monastery recipes are the basis of the menu for this dinner or tasting, held in El Ginjoler restaurant in the monastery’s former refectory.