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Cala Sa Conca

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Cala Sa Conca

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Costa Brava is one of the most beautiful coasts of Europe. It is full of amazing places, coastal towns that remain largely-undiscovered and pure, forest and narrow paths that twist between cliffs, crystal-clear coves and thick-sand beaches, small medieval villages , away from the masses brought by tourism and urban development. In our half-day tour we will discover the most charming treasure of Catalunya - nature and history
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AlbertSalichs wrote a review Apr 2020
Manresa, Spain7,737 contributions680 helpful votes
Cala Sa Conca is one of the a lot of sandy beaches located in Costa Brava Region, it is located near Platja d'Aro close to Palamós, in the North of Catalonia. It is a very beautiful and big beach, from where you can walk, play, bath, sunbath or see very beautiful views of the surroundings. Very nice place to come with family in summer and very nice also to walk in the Coastal path if you come here in Spring, Winter or Autumn. (See also Cami Ronda, Playa Cala Rovira and Cala del Pi)
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Jenny S wrote a review Dec 2019
Touffailles, France13 contributions2 helpful votes
definitely worth the walk to this beach, with only a handful of people - even had a dip in the sea its a easy walk along the camino with no tricky steps
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Passenger503720 wrote a review Dec 2019
47 contributions4 helpful votes
very special place with its surrondings of rocks and pine trees. with a rock in thr middle on the water that seems to divide the beach in two. the right side near the luxury urbanisation of La Gavina where you can not pass with your car ( but not miss the camino de ronda beside the sea from the entrance of La Gavina till the beach) and the left side close to the port d'Aro where you can go closer with the car and there are a parking place.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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lescroix wrote a review Oct 2019
Montrollet, France53 contributions19 helpful votes
Lovely beach, small quiet and intimate, great for swimming and snorkelling, loads of fish present around the rocks.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Caledonianne wrote a review Dec 2018
Banbury, United Kingdom403 contributions78 helpful votes
Gorgeous, golden cove beach, reached by the famously-beautiful Camí De Ronda path from Sant Pol beach in S'Agaró. By October the facilities are closed, so you need to come prepared, but the upside is that you can have this apron of glorious, pine-fringed sand almost to yourself. A lovely place to retreat with a picnic, cold beer, a beach towel and a book.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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