Discover the spectacular Mediterranean coastline and its charming little harbours in an area of exceptional beauty that stretches from Tossa de Mar to Llançà.
A considerable part of the Costa Brava is a natural protected area amidst natural parks, just a few miles from the snow-capped Pyrenean peaks and boasting some of the Mediterranean’s most charming beaches and coves surrounded by a rich biodiversity.
In a relatively short distance there’s a contrasting array of tiny fishing ports, rural towns, Romanesque monasteries and churches, Iberian settlements, Greek and Roman ruins, Jewish quarters and some very well preserved mediaeval fortifications.
Enjoy the relaxing effects of walking on the beaches and cliffs or strolling a section of the “camins de ronda”, a unique pedestrian path along the green, lush vegetation of the coastline. A break for a lunch outdoors in front of the blue sea will give you a chance of savouring the unique local gastronomy, be it fish, sea food or game.
Some of the visited spots are Sant Feliu de Guíxols, S’Agaró, Calella de Palafrugell, Llafranc (lunch), Tamariu, Aiguablava or Peratallada