The Coastal Trail from Begur to Sant Feliu de Guíxols
Continue reading “Camino de Ronda (Part 2)”
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.
With all the excitement around Game of Thrones returning to our screens for its final season and tourists flocking to Girona to see the filming locations, we thought now would be a good time to remind you that there are plenty of other castles throughout the province of Girona that are well worth visiting.
Continue reading “Castells de Catalunya”
In fact, there too many to try and fit them all into one blog so we have selected nine of those closest to us here on the Costa Brava, starting at the French border and working our way south. We have deliberately left out the cities of Girona and Figueres as they deserve a blog of their own.
Located on the Baix Empordà coast, 50 km directly east of Girona, Begur is a delightful village with a permanent population of just over 4000, although in the summer months one can add another zero to that figure!
Begur is not only all about summer tourism though and there is plenty of history attached to the region too, with the ruins of its medieval castle perched on a hill overlooking the town and the coast.
Continue reading “Begur a delightful village”