Hiking

Taking it step by step. No need to rush. Breathing in. Taking pictures. At your pace.

 We recommend a bunch of excursions along the Costa Brava and the Girona Pyrenees, following long-distance routes (GR), short-distance routes (PR) and local paths (SL).

 You can also discover the “camins de ronda”, which run along the beaches and coves of the Costa Brava.

Camí de Ronda

Day 1: St. Feliu de Guíxols – Palamós

Distance: 17.4 Km

ALevel: +227 m

Fast paced time: 4 h 30 min

Relaxed time: 5 h 25 min

Starting from the town of Sant Feliu de Guíxols and skirting the coast, we will pass through Cala del Molino, Cala Maset and Sant Pol beach.

 Following, we will find S’Agaró where the Camí de Ronda® becomes a noucentista walk planned and designed by the architect Rafael Masó in 1916.

 The route continues towards Sa Conca beach and then, after rounding the mouth of the Ridaura River, we reach the town of Platja d’Aro.

 We cross this town along the promenade and head towards Sant Antoni de Calonge. The next section is spectacular, as the Camí de Ronda® becomes a narrow path that winds between cliffs, coves with crystal-clear water and coarse-grained sand beaches.

 The stretch from Calonge to Palamós runs along a pleasant promenade next to the beach.

Discover the Camí de Ronda

 

Ruta del Carrilet

It is a trail that can be done on foot or by bike, with family or friends.

Whatever you choose, it is a wonderful route that you will fall in love with as you discover the secrets of the track.