Get ready to discover the Girona coast, christened 100 years ago as the Costa Brava with an expert guide. On this tour, you'll explore the main islands and villages of the area and enjoy 1-hour boat trip.Begin your experience in Barcelona where you'll enjoy a ride by to Calella de Palafrugell, a small fisherman’s village that still retains today the traditional appearance of the past, where you'll have the chance to explore its picturesque streets and the landscape around. Continue your itinerary walking along Camino de Ronda, which is going to lead you to the neighborhood town of Llafranc. Don't miss the chance to discover the history of the Camino de Ronda and admire the spots that wouldn’t be otherwise accessible. Continue your experience in Pals, a town located inland and on the top of a hill. The village is built entirely on an integrated medieval site. At the top, there is a cylindrical tower from the XII century, which is visible from far away. It has an excellent terrace that offers stunning views of the Costa Brava and its surroundings. Walking through the cobbled streets you will feel like you have gone back in time. Take time to appreciate the round arches, facades with pointed windows arches, stone balconies, all perfectly restored.The tour will proceed in Estartit, a seaside village with an important port that is the diving center because the Medes Islands archipelago lies only one kilometer from the coast. Medes islands are of great interest for the wide variety of flora and fauna that inhabit the whole marine area. It was declared as a National Natural Park and ZEPIM. (Specially protected area of importance in the Mediterranean). After enjoying a lunch break get on board and enjoy a 1.20-hour sail. You'll go-ahead to the many islands of the area to enjoy the views from another perspective! The itinerary continues to the impressive cliffs of Sierra de Montgrí only accessible by boat and one of the most preserved, unspoiled areas of Costa Brava.Your last stop is at the extensive Greek and Roman ruins of Empuries, in which where you'll relish a guided tour around the whole site. It is the only site in Spain where both Greek and later a Roman city existed together. Empuries is also located in a privileged surrounding, just in front of the sea.
Bus station Barcelona Nord. Platform 19.