The Costa Brava, virgin coves.

Beach platja del Castell

Aside from the best known, sometimes heavily built up beaches of the Costa Brava, there are still quite a few stretches of coastline which retain their original state: filled with all their charms and hardly built upon, where both silence and solitude are still possible.

I propose two itineraries:

Beach Platja del Castell

Beach Platja del Castell

-         From Palamós to Platja del Castell, a round trip of some 9km., where one can find solitary beaches, appreciate the surrounding countryside and even visit the ruins of an ancient Iberian castle.

-         From Tamariu to Faro de Sant Sebastià ( lighthouse of Sant Sebastià), another 9km round trip takes Cala Pedrosaus above a stretch of rugged, wild coast, very high up and covered with extensive pine woods. We’ll have an opportunity to bathe in a little cove, hidden away, as well as find the ruins of an ancient Iberian city. The views from the lighthouse, whether inland or out to sea, are the best to be enjoyed in the whole Costa Brava. 

One day, return excursion, starting from your accommodation point.

Lighthouse Far de Sant SebastiàBeach La FoscaCala Pedrosa

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