The city of Girona is located at the confluence of the rivers Onyar, Güell, Galligants and Ter, at an altitude of 75 m, the plan called Girona.
Girona limits the north with the municipalities of Sant Julià de Ramis and Sarrià de Ter; to the east, Celrà and Juià; southeast, Quart; southwest, with Fornells de la Selva and Vilablareix; and to the west of the Salt and Sant Gregory.
The climate is Mediterranean, bordering the fundamental characteristic of this climate – summer drought, hardly perceived some years in the area of Girona – and an oscillation between cold winter – frosts are common between December and February-and the heat of summer – higher than the maximum 35 °C during the heat wave – which give, overall, a more extreme coastal climates, but without the inner continental basins Catalonia. Girona is in the temperate zone. Average temperatures range between 13 °C and 17 °C