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All reviews coastal walk lovely beach small village day trip picturesque area hidden coves water sports soft sand seaside town water shoes very nice place lovely place to visit pretty beach early in the morning lots of restaurants main beach pine trees
If you visit Girona, an extension trip would be visiting a town/beach in Costa Brava. We visited Calella de Palarugell and this place is like a dream
White washed houses set on one side with a clean beach for swimming and chilling. Very picturisque.
Playas (beaches) of Calella are located in this very beautiful and traditional town, in Costa Brava. The town is very nice and beaches has a little stones (not sand), so it is a a bit uncomfortable for me. However the views of the town and...More
Discovered this a well known fisher town, a haven for sailors. Locals favor this place because water is pristine and catch is great. Lots of restaurants in this small town, great walking paths, plenty of places to sun bathe. If you have kids, the water...More
Loved Callella so much, we went back to spend time there a few times. Gorgeous little seaside town which was not too busy for the high tourist season. Some lovely clothing shops, an amazing ice cream shop and lovely restaurants too.
Calella de Palafrugell has several beaches connected with an easy foot trail (Camí de Ronda). They are very representative of the Costa Brava, with clear waters and cliffs with pine trees. Unfortunately the beauty is broken by a large number of recreational boats that are...More
Good beach, lots of room even on a busy day, would recommend buying a beach parasol from the shops, but make sure it fits in your case as there is a charge at the airport. The beach has plenty of facilities, toilets bars and shops...More
Most villages are steep, have steps to the beach or a broad walk. Llafranc would be the pic but its hotels alongbthe front. There is very little traffic and it would be easy with kids. It is a bit more expensive and quieter... More
Most villages are steep, have steps to the beach or a broad walk. Llafranc would be the pic but its hotels alongbthe front. There is very little traffic and it would be easy with kids. It is a bit more expensive and quieter than other spots but good for kids.