Leaving Barcelona behind, discover Costa Brava, an area considered the best destination in 2012 by National Geographic. Hike with your expert guide along the rocky coast of the Nature Park, while he shares with you stories about Mediterranean life, the flora and fauna along the way and he introduces you to fishermen living in the area. You will also uncover the secrets of the historical “Camí de Ronda” path. “Camí de Ronda” was footpaths used by pirates, smugglers and local forces to control the coast. So, walk these old paths and uncover impressive pine forests next to the sea, cliffs of the Mediterranean coast and the most beautiful natural bays of Costa Brava (spots only reachable on foot). Do you rather do kayaking to find the magical coves of the coastal line? Tell us, and we will show you the way.
Later on, visit Calella de Palafrugell, a delightful town has houses that reach right down to the sea front. Explore the village or enjoy the beautiful cliff-top botanic gardens at Cap Roig. It is the perfect place for a leisurely lunch in any of the traditional restaurants. So the best place to enjoy an authentic paella. The tour continues in a Medieval village (Pals or Peratallada).
Uncover the Gothic quarter of Pals, the city walls, the Gothic windows, the arches, the wells, the thresholds of the doors and a wide range of interesting nooks and crannies. On the other hand, you certainly won't regret deciding to visit Peratallada. It boasts one of the most important mediaeval quarters in Catalonia. This fortified town in the municipality of Forallac is protected by three walls and a moat, watched over by the castle and its keep.