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Sant Feliu de Guixols from Girona

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Sant Feliu de Guixols from Girona

Is Saint Feliu worth a visit by bus/train and if so does anyone know how we would get there for a few hours?

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1. Re: Sant Feliu de Guixols from Girona

we were in Girona last week (early November) and caught a bus from Girona bus station (next to the train station) at 10.15 a.m. which cost about 8 euros return, bought on the bus. Sant F is not a bad place to wander round, but try and pick a warmish day, we were lucky with the weather so spent some time relaxing overlooking the beach. Be aware shops/restaurants may close from 1-4 p.m. We returned about 4ish in the afternoon and got the timetable initially either from the Sagales bus website, or Sarfa website (it's in Spanish), but do check at the bus station before travelling, as we found the times were different to those shown. Buses run every hour, and you can see the return timetable displayed in the window of the little bus station office in Sant Feliu where the bus drops you. Back in Girona all the departure times and destinations are displayed on an electronic screen showing which bays the buses depart from. Another option is Platja D'Aro, with regular buses I believe, but we didn't go there.

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