The architectural ensemble of the Benedictine monastery is the epitome heritage of the town, and retains elements as important as its oldest part, the Romanesque Porta Ferrada (X century), which has become a symbol. The church of Our Lady of the Angels, the towers of the Corn and Fum also are part of the monastery, which now houses the Museum of City History and Space Carmen Thyssen.
On the city focused on the cork and cork industry has made a significant architectural legacy. Proof modernist houses from the beach of Sant Pol or stately Paseo del Mar, chaired by Casino Constancia. Other attractions include the Toy Museum, the plates of Cava and Rescue; and the hermitage of San Telmo, one of the most spectacular viewpoints of the Costa Brava, from where Ferran Agulló christened with this name.
The contrasts of the environment and landscape of the area -típicament mediterrani- are one of the attractions of the town. Sant Feliu is surrounded by large natural areas like Gavarres massif Ardenya with a network of marked trails to facilitate discovery of the environment.
Sailing along the coast there are also places of scenic interest, such as the area of Almond Creek, SW tip of the cove and Vigatà, which by its ecological richness are a paradise for divers and are part of the the area of the future marine reserve is to ensure the protection of the area.
The greenway, popularly known as "lane" to connect the city with the inland plain to Girona and Olot has become of great interest thanks to the recovery of the old train route Sant Feliu.