Cami De Ronda

Cami de Ronda Coastal Walk

Day 1 Barcelona

Arrival into Barcelona, Spain's second city and capital of the region of Catalunya.  A walk along Barcelona's most famous boulevard 'Las Ramblas' is a bustling street of cafes, shops and street vendors. Overnight.

Day 2 Barcelona - Sant Feliu de Guixols

Today you are met and transferred north. Spend a relaxing day enjoying the surroundings of Sant Feliu de Guixols. Overnight

Day 3 Sant Feliu de Guixols - Palamos

A beautiful headland walk that follows the ‘Cami de Ronda’ (the old smugglers paths) coastal path along some of the most picturesque bays of the Costa Brava. Arrival into Palamos and free time. Overnight.

Day 4 Palamos - Llafranc

A stunning coastal walk today that takes in some of the best coastal scenery along the Costa Brava. Arrival into Llafranc, a pretty coastal village that has maintained its original charms. A popular summer destination for over 50 years, the fine sandy bay surrounded by a pleasant esplanade and the Cape of Sant Sebastià to the north. Here we find the best views on the coast, as well as a monumental complex formed by the Lighthouse of Sant Sebastià, the Watchtower, the Hermitage and a restored Iberian village. Overnight.

Day 5 Llafranc - Begur

Following the ‘Grand Route 92’ walking route that starts to meander inland away from the coast through the Pine forests towards the village of Begur. Free time. Pine forests go all the way to the shore, surrounding the town of Begur, which is only a few kilometres away from the sea. The historic quarter, a very traditional, colourful place, is dominated by the ruins of an austere castle built on rocks, which dates from the 15th century.  Overnight.

Day 6 Begur - Barcelona

Spend the morning exploring the beautiful village of Begur before you are collected and transferred to Barcelona. Overnight.

Day 7 Barcelona

Farewell the city as you head to your next destination.