Costa Brava

It’s the coastline of Girona province, 256 kilometres long.

As the name “fierce coast” implies, it’s rocky but with superb beaches and coves.

The Costa Brava is formed by old fishermen’s villages that still preserve the traditional architecture.

Enjoy beautiful nature, crystal-clear water beaches and coves.

And discover the coastal paths known as “camins de ronda” that communicate with many villages. It’s the best way to get to hidden coves and see amazing cliffs.


Villages we can visit:



With its medieval towers and walls it is one of the most beautiful villages on the Costa Brava.

Tossa is the only example of a fortified medieval village on the Catalan coast.

The painter Marc Chagall described Tossa as “the blue paradise“.
A visit to the old town is essential to enjoy:

  • its Historical-Artistic Monuments
  • its cobbled streets
  • the votive chapel of Virgin of Sorrows
  • the Municipal Museum
  • the church of Saint Vicens
  • the ruins of the old church

And during the walk we will come across the famous statue of the actress Ava Gardner, because in Tossa was filmed “Pandora and the flying dutchman”.





Beautiful and charming village which was the source of inspiration for many artists, such as Picasso and Dalí.

It preserves the traditional architecture of an ancient fishermen‘s village: small white houses.

You can’t miss:

  • the alley of the Call
  • the portal of the wall
  • the church of Santa Maria and its magnificent baroque altarpiece




Located on a rocky shore full of small coves.

It is one of the most picturesque places on the Costa Brava.

Today it is a summer destination, but it used to be the former fishing port of Palafrugell.

The traditional coastal architecture is presented with beautiful white houses.

The “vaults” or arcades stand out in the seafront.

Scenario of Havaneres singing for over 50 years.



Coastal path from Calella to Llafranc or viceversa

Distance: 1 km

Duration: 20 minutes

Dificulty: low




Immerse yourself in the history of our past.

Rediscover 10 centuries: from the 6th century BC when the Greeks arrived in until the 5th century AD with the Romans.

Great door of entry of classical culture in the Iberian Peninsula.

The only site on the Peninsula that has both a Greek and a Roman city.

Thanks to its privileged location in the Mediterranean, it was a great economic center.