Traditional breads, just-fried 'bunyol' fritters and small croissants are some of the products you'll find at Can Boix, a bakery worth stopping at
If you head to the village of Sant Gregori (perhaps on your way to Vall del Llèmena), it's almost certainly because you've read our recommendations about places to discover. But it might well be because you're visiting the bakery of Can Boix. For starters, these out-of-town places are pretty authentic. In addition, unlike others that are bigger but perhaps have less commercial vision, Can Boix has specialised in making breads using traditional methods, and they don't charge you an arm and a leg for it, either. Can Boix in Sant Gregori is also a good place to stop during a bike outing in the surrounds of Girona. They make all kinds of sandwiches, but if you're really hungry the best thing to calm that beast is a generous portion freshly-made 'bunyols' (deep-fried fritters). And you shouldn't leave Can Boix without trying the small croissants (normal or wholewheat), and the 'purato' bread.
|Venue name:||Fleca Can Boix|
Av. Girona, 105