The Costa Brava, come and discover paradise.
“Le Rondini” (the swallows) is located in Mont-ras, in the heart of Costa Brava, two km from Calella de Palafrugell and Llafranc, 10 km from Begur and Palamos.
Its four suites have all the elements necessary to turn them into the ideal space to relax and enjoy a few days of vacation: air conditioning, television, fridge and coffee maker, a wide bed with a comfortable mattress, WiFi, and a small private outdoor space in the garden, perfect for spending the afternoon in the shade, reading and relaxing.
The pool, inspired by the work of Cesar Manrique, is a privileged, quiet, and perfect space for the warmest hours of the day. Mont-ras is located in an ideal area for golf lovers, diving or snorkeling, trekking, and more. “Le Rondini” also has private parking and bicycles, both for free use for its guests. Their “Pantagruelian” breakfast includes a wide variety of cheeses, cold cuts, fruit, freshly squeezed juices, homemade jams, and sweets.
Above all, “Le Rondini” is characterized by a close, familiar, and personal treatment for each guest who passes through here, making their stay special and unforgettable.
Pals has a medieval historic center where stands out the Romanesque tower built between the 11th and 13th centuries, known as the Tower of the Hours.
Inside the Gothic quarter of the town there are cobbled streets and semi-circular arches, facades with pointed windows and stone balconies. The city wall consists of four square towers dating from the 4th century.
The viewpoint of Josep Pla (from where you can see the fields of Ampurdan and the Medes Islands), the Plaza Mayor, the tombs on Main Street and the church of San Pere are other tourist spots in the city.
There is also an Archaeological Museum.
Sa Riera is a population center located in the municipality of Begur (Girona). It is situated about 3 km north of the urban area of Begur.
The area consists of developments, so in addition to the 130 inhabitants in the main town, there are also several dozen people living in nearby areas.
The biggest highlight of Sa Riera is its beach, which is the largest in the municipality and extends for approximately 350 meters. The name “Sa Riera” comes from a stream that divides the beach in two.
Begur is a Spanish municipality in the province of Girona, located in the Catalan region of Baix Empordà. Traditionally spelled as Begur due to a variation in the transcription of the neutral vowel, it was documented in the Middle Ages as Begurio, probably a Latinized name of a Celtic Becuro.
Begur has 4,304 inhabitants (according to 2008 data) and is an important tourist center in Baix Empordà. In summer, the population exceeds 40,000.
Although it has a tourist character, it maintains an important historical past that dates back to prehistory, also passing through the Iberian era.
Throughout the municipality, important remains have been found that confirm the antiquity of its nucleus as a human settlement, important during the feudal era. The Begur Castle is the most emblematic symbol of this era.
One of the most interesting attractions of the municipality is its heritage legacy, which includes five defense towers that were built against Moorish piracy. Built between the 16th and 17th centuries, they are a very characteristic element of Begur’s current urban landscape.
Sa Tuna beach is a small and secluded cove with transparent water and coarse sand mixed with pebbles, with gradual access to the sea. It can be reached by car or by walking the coastal path. There are showers available and several restaurants along the beach.
The beach is protected by Punta des Plom and Cap Sa Sal and has calm and crystal clear waters. There used to be a small fishing village near the beach, but the houses have been converted into tourist apartments. It is 80 meters long and has dark-colored coarse sand mixed with small stones. There are also some bars and restaurants along the beach.
The cove is sheltered from waves and has a gradual slope into the sea, making it suitable for children. Fishing boats are often found on the sand, and during summer, many recreational boats anchor there. A path leads from the right side of the cove to La Regana, where the islet of Punta des Plom is located.
This entire section of the coast is ideal for diving, especially in the cove known as S’Eixugador. To the left, the coastal path leads to Aiguafreda cove, also popular among divers, and to Cap Sa Sal.
Bay framed by a beautiful setting of pine trees and rocks, typical of the Costa Brava. It is made up of fine golden sand and the entrance to the sea is easily accessible. It has many services available.
Aiguablava cove is a perfect summary of all the virtues of the Costa Brava and, in particular, of the coastline of Begur. Clear waters, beautiful natural surroundings and available services make it an excellent beach. It is 75 meters long and formed by a fine golden sand. The slope of entry into the sea is slightly pronounced.
It has showers, surveillance service, access ramps for people with reduced mobility, parking, beach bar and several restaurants.
On a rocky promontory on the right side of the cove, completely surrounded by pine trees, is the National Parador of Aiguablava. To the left, the coastline is a continuous succession of cliffs and small coves, such as Port d’Esclanyà, Punta Des Pi, En Malaret beach, Puerto de Ses Orats and Cap Rubí, after which Fonda beach is located.
Tamariu is a quaint Spanish village located in the Palafrugell municipality with three beaches – two with coarse sand and one with stones. It is situated in the coastal area of Bajo Ampurdán, within the province of Gerona. It is surrounded by Orthose formations to the north and limestone rocks to the south.
Tamariu is conveniently found in the Costa Brava – a popular tourist spot in Spain known for its breathtaking natural scenery. The village is a perfect destination for those seeking to unwind and soak up the sun, enjoy the sea, and immerse themselves in beach life.
Llafranc is a small town located in the municipality of Palafrugell (Gerona) with a population of 316 inhabitants in 2009.
This town is one of many coastal villages of Palafrugell, located in the heart of Costa Brava, a place that retains the charm of old villages before the massive arrival of tourists to the area.
The town itself is situated on a rocky coast and adjacent to another coastal tourist center to the south, called Calella de Palafrugell. A mountain with a lighthouse called San Sebastian is located further north near Llafranc, which has a viewpoint at its summit so that visitors can enjoy its impressive views.
Calella de Palafrugell is a populated area of the Spanish municipality of Palafrugell, located in the region of Bajo Ampurdán, Gerona province, in Catalonia.
This fishing village, situated on a rocky coast, had 782 inhabitants in 2009, mostly elderly people from old fishing families.
Calella de Palafrugell has preserved the traditional atmosphere of a fishing village and has not been filled with hotels. It is one of the coastal districts of Palafrugell, located in the heart of the Costa Brava, a picturesque town that has maintained the traditional charm of the area’s villages before the arrival of mass tourism and real estate speculation.
Despite this, Calella de Palafrugell is known for the preservation of its beaches and rural areas on the outskirts. It is characterized by its small coves, along with other coastal and tourist areas such as Llafranc.
Platja de Castell is a beach integrated into a 100-hectare natural space located at the mouth of the Aubi canal.
It is set within a natural environment, spanning 300 meters in length and 50 meters in width. The beach is surrounded by pine forests and consists of fine sand.