On this full day tour, you will visit three of the most beautiful villages of the Costa Brava, Calella, Llafranc and Begur. From the lighthouse in Llafranc you will see the beauty of the landscape, you will walk along the coast on the path between Calella and Llafranc, and see the houses of the Indianos ... More info ›
On this full day tour, you will visit three of the most beautiful villages of the Costa Brava, Calella, Llafranc and Begur. From the lighthouse in Llafranc you will see the beauty of the landscape, you will walk along the coast on the path between Calella and Llafranc, and see the houses of the Indianos. From the Castle of Begur you'll see all the coast line, and their fortified houses to protect themselves from the Pirate attacks. You can also visit two Romanesque villages Pals and Peratallada, with its narrow streets, walls, moats, you will feel transported to the Middle Ages.
At 8:30am you will be picked up from your Hotel in Girona (free pick-up and drop off service from Girona city). You will be taken across the plain of the Gironès and Baix Empordà until you reach Llafranc. From the lighthouse (165m) you will see the coastline and the village with its houses scattered across the hills. Llafranc is within easy walking distance of other similar town, such as Calella de Palafrugell.
When you reach Calella de Palafrugell, it seems that time stands still. Low and whitewashed cottages have been renovated but retain all the charm of yesteryear. There are also Indiano Colonial-style houses. To finish the visit to the Costa Brava, you will go to the village of Begur, located in the heart of Empordà. There you will see the striking silhouette of the medieval castle overlooking the town, its colonial-style houses and old fishermen's huts. At 12pm you will be taken inland to the medieval town of Pals. You will see defense wall along with the Gothic quarter with cobbled streets.
Lunch will be served in Pals, where you will be able to taste locally grown rice (lunch is not included). After lunch you will drive to Peratallada, the name is derived from pedra tallada, meaning 'carved stone'. Much of the town is made of stone and the privately owned Castle of Peratallada is positioned in the center of the town. At 5.30pm the tour leaves Peratallada to head back to Girona. You will arrive back at your hotel in Girona at approximately 6.15pm.
The tour operates with a maximum of 7 passengers and the van is equipped with aircon and free cold water.