The Trip Costa Brava is one of the most important Natural áreas in Spain. Ronda Trail is a Hike in Palamós – Tamariu – Begur and Montgri. The best complementary vacation of Barcelona tour. Transfer from Meeting point in Barcelona or airport.
This stage is possibly the one that concentrates the greatest wealth of the Costa Brava in its central and south sectors, since we find well conserved spots that show what the wild Mediterraneanwas really harmonius landscape despite the extension of residential property developments.
The coastal paths here mark an unlikely route across dreamlike cliffs and coves, making the temptation to stop in any corner quite irresistible. The path will take you to Calella de Palafrugell, a small fishing village that still retains its traditional appearance, and discover the medieval village of Pals.
With its exceptional views of the Costa Brava. Moving with the crashing waves, in the shadow of Mediterranean pine trees, will fill you with silence, blending with the environment, step by step. As you breathe deeply, you’ll feel like the inhabitants of this land, part of its creativity and art. At noon you will have a lunch of Mediterranean food in a restaurant on the beach in Palafurgell that will ignite your senses.
It is a 6 km hiking path on the coast. It’s protected, which has facilitated the establishment of several important species. You’ll be taken back in time when visiting the medieval village of Pals, walking through the cobbled streets of the perfectly preserved town center.
Between the Pyrenees and the Mediterranean, has been a place of passage and conquests. It was a vantage point from where the battles were planned between lords, defense against French pirates and raids. This Itinerary takes you to the beach in L’Estartit. Then you rest in Aiguablava which is one of the most beautiful corners of the Costa Brava, surrounded by cozy coves and crystal clear waters, where the pine trees bathe their roots, giving it an unforgettable charm.
Which is the largest surrealistic object in the world. It occupies the building of the former Village Theatre, a 19th century building destroyed during the Spanish Civil War. On its ruins, Dalí decided to create his museum. Cap de Creus, windswept and a shelter for Dali, is a spectacular and rugged end of the Pyrenees, where they plunge into the Mediterranean in a fascinating landscape of loneliness and restlessness. This is the area that inspired the film The light at edge of the world 1971, with its range of sensations of nature in its purest state. Let your imagination go wild and visit the Monastery of Sant Pere de Rodes s X-XI. Drop point in Barcelona, Girona or Airport.