Are you thinking about a daytrip out of Barcelona? Maybe swimming in the blue deep water of the Mediterranean Sea? Or tracing back the history of the little medieval villages of Catalonia?
Costa Brava will surprise you with its stunning rocky shorelines with clear blue-green waters, little bays, small fishing ports, medieval architecture, breathtaking views, wineries, religious retreats, historic towns and charming villages perched on mountainous crags. Certainly, a visit is worth!
These are just few options, but we can customize the tour, according to your interests, time and needs, to make your daytrip a unique experience:
Our dedicated driver and local guide will be delighted to show you two of the most picturesque seaside villages along Costa Brava: Tossa de Mar and Calella de Palafrugell.
Tossa de Mar, approximately one and a half hour far from Barcelona, is a beautiful ancient fishermen village filled with white houses. Its old town (Vila Vella) still retains her beauty with its crooked, narrow streets, surrounded by pine trees and clifftop views, its impressive defensive medieval walls and towers from the XII century that almost reach the sea water.
Calella is one of the most oldest fishermen villages of Costa Brava. With its white houses, boutiques, cafes, pretty beaches, with a few fishing boats hauled up on the sand, Calella is the perfect setting for a nice lunch or a walk along Cami de Ronda, a path hung to the sea, used in the past to control the coast and stop smuggling.
Explore every corners of the Costa Brava on this private, full-day guided tour from Barcelona. Your guide will share the secrets of picturesque seaside villages, medieval towns and unspoiled coves.
Our first stop will be Pals: loose yourself in the medieval architecture and get a feeling of the Middle Ages as you walk around its cobbled streets, with flowers adding color to the stone walls.
Sit back on your private Van and relax during our drive to the remote little beach of Sa Tuna. Because of its secluded position and the winding access route, Sa Tuna, with its whitewashed houses, with splashes of color from their doors and shutters, is always an unexpected discovery for visitors.
We will enjoyed a peaceful walk through the coastal landscape “Cami de Ronda”, once used to provide access to hidden coves, looking out for pirate attacks, and even for smuggling in the post-war era. Fragances of pine trees, rosemary and thyme will follow us along the way.
Our private adventure continues with the postcard-perfect charming fishermen village of Calella de Palafrugell where we will stop for a great gelato enjoying the view of the whitewashed houses and boats facing Mediterranean Sea.
On your way back to Barcelona, close your eyes and relax or reflect on your favorite parts of the day.