Hiking in the Costa Brava

Vaixells al mar Mediterrrani a la Costa Brava

Walking along the hidden spots of Costa Brava

This route starts in Sant Feliu de Guíxols and ends in l’Estartit. It follows the “camí de ronda”, a coastal path, which allows you to enjoy the incredible coastal landscapes of the Costa Brava region.


A coast that will surprise most of the visitors, as we pass through old fishing towns as Calella de Palafrugell or Llafranc, or charming medieval villages as Pals, more inland. 

Walking along the Cami de Ronda
Walking along the fields of the Emporda

Far away from the crowded places related to this area, the region  that you’ll be walking has plenty of unknown places as well as absolutely beautiful unspoilt coves such as Cala Castell, near Palafrugell. 

This tour will sure provide little but precious happy moments such as  drinking coffee just in front of the Sea, or having dinner in some of the best restaurants of the region.

Relax and swim in one of the outstanding little coves that you’ll find on your way.


Visit medieval villages like Pals, or ancient fisherman villages like Calella or Llafranc.


Walk along the coast, discover small caves, admire the turquoise blue sea under a bright sun.

Walking along the hidden coast of the Costa Brava.
Montgri's Castle on the top of the mountain

Taste the fantastic local products of the Mediterranean diet.

Admire the artistic genius Salvador Dalí Museum in Figueres and meet friendly local people.

Walk through one of the most beautiful landscapes of Catalonia: l’Empordà.

       Trip Itinerary

Arrival day
Day 1: Sant Pol – Palamós (La Fosca) (18 Km / 190m+)
Day 2: Palamós (La Fosca) – Calella de Palafrugell (10 Km / 240m+)
Day 3: Calella de Palafrugell – Begur (13 Km / 465m+)
Day 4: Begur – Peratallada (15 Km / 100+)
Day 5: Peratallada – Torroella de Montgrí (12 Km / 125m+)
Day 6: Torroella – Montgrí Massif (9 Km / 450m+)
Departure day
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