Girona’s Flower Festival An annual explosion of colour

By Abi King | Spain

May 10

Orange Fans in Girona's Flower Festival

Girona’s Flower Festival In Photos

Take one city that oozes with medieval charm and Mediterranean style, throw in hundreds of thousands of petals and then let creativity run wild. The result is the Temps de Flors, or Festival of Flowers, in Girona. Every year, this Spanish town scraps admission fees and lets the scent of roses fill the air. Queues thread around the cloisters, crowds fill the squares, while classical music drifts across the streets. Shops display tulip stickers and buttercup cakes, while poets use broken pianos and flower cascades to reflect the pain of a life cut short.

Whichever way you look at it, there’s something interesting to look at.

The Temps de Flors in Pictures


Yellow cables as tree roots in Girona's Flower Festival

Arabic Baths in Girona decked out for the Feria de Flores


Musical notes at the Flower Festival

Orchids in Girona's Temps de Flors

Moss and green stones in Girona's Flower Festival

Green leaf balls in GironaFlashing wands at the Girona Flower Festival

Black and white flower image Festival Girona

Flowers in jars


Main square flower festival girona

Flower wall

Flower washing lineflower ladder

White flowers at festival

Flower festival butterflies
I travelled to Girona as a guest of Visit Costa Brava. All pics, words and thoughts (such as they are) are always mine…

Which is your favourite photo from the Flower Festival?

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