The Coastal Trail from Begur to Sant Feliu de Guíxols
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You may have already read the first instalment of our Camino de Ronda blog that covered the coastal walk between the villages of Begur and Calella de Palafrugell. If you haven’t you can find it here. In this blog we will share our experience of the rest of this camino down the coast to Sant Feliu de Guíxols.
The Coastal Trail from Begur to San Feliu de Guixols
Continue reading “Camino de Ronda (Part 1)”
La Costa Brava translates as the Wild Coast in English, and although those of us from more northern climes and especially anyone familiar with the Atlantic Ocean might think the “wild“ moniker is a bit of an exaggeration, there is a lot of very rugged coast along here and it is really the physical nature of the coastline that earns it the name Costa Brava rather than anything to do with the weather. (Thankfully!) If you want to really experience the best of this coastline the best way to do so is by going for a walk along the caminos de ronda, which can loosely be translated as ‘coastline walks’, although there are caminos into the interior too.
As the nature lovers amongst you will know, we are blessed in this area with some beautiful nature walks and mountain bike trails. (We’ll have more about those in a future blog). One such walk that begins and ends in the village of Mont-ras is (unofficially) known by some locals as the “Boar Walk”. No prizes for guessing why!
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