Secluded Beaches, Charming Villages & Exquisite Costal Paths Along The Mediterranean
The Cami De Ronda is an ancient walking path along the Costa Brava Mediterranean. The beauty of the landscape and abrupt landscape, makes the path an authentic paradise for walkers and hikers.
The many coves offer crystal clear swimming and snorkelling.
We'll pick you up from Barcelona in a fully air conditioned van and drive towards the area of Cala de Castell, next to the small town of Palamos. This will take approximately 1hr 30min.
The hike will start on the infamous Cami De Ronda that stretches along the Costa Brava into France and is infamous for hikers around the world.
The hike will be approximately a 8km loop where we'll stop at some of the most stunning emerald coves in the area, until we reach the Botanical Gardens of Cap Roig, before heading inland and returning to Cala de Castell.
The hike will take around 2-4 hours and once finished you'll have time to relax on the beach, swim and even do some snorkelling.
The hike will start and finish on the Wild Beach of Castell which is in the Cap Roig National Park. From here towards the Botanical Gardens of Cap Roig, we'll find crystal clear coves including Cala Roca Bona and Cala Estreta to name a few.
In addition we'll stop at ruins of Iberian settlements on the hills behind, Old Catalan Farmhouses and a small known paint studio of Salvador Dali.
Please note the hike is open to all fitness levels and can be adjusted if needed. Just let us know and we'll bespoke the trip to your needs.
The walk is a must do activity when hiking Barcelona and throughout Spain - you will not be disappointed.
Expertise from our trip leaders
Snacks throughout the day
Transport from Barcelona
Lunch at local restaurant
Price: €130 per person