In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, the Civil Guard, crossed the coast of the Costa Brava, following a path close to the sea, to prevent activities such as smuggling. Today, these trails have become one of the attractions of the Costa Brava, as they are paths that allow perfect excursions at the edge of the sea, crossing coves and incredible beaches, cliffs, viewpoints and enjoying nature.
The situation of El Racó of Madremanya is perfect to visit the best trails, both Baix Empordà and Alt Empordà, we offer you a selection of some that we consider essential to know the The Costa Brava Way …
* Calella de Palafrugell
Camino de ronda – From Llafranc to Playa del Golfet
This path passes through the GR-92, leaves the Paseo de Llafranc, passes through the different coves of Calella de Palafrugell and ends at the Playa del Golfet. The estimated time is about 50 minutes. The route is linear, of low difficulty.
* Cala S’Alguer
Camino de ronda – From Platja de la Fosca to Platja del Castell
It is approximately 6 km round trip, 50 minutes on the way. We leave from Platja de la Fosca, we go through the Castell de Sant Esteve de Mar, La Pineda d’en Gori, Cala S’Alguer. .. to finally reach Cala Castell. On l’Agulla de Castell, at the north end of the beach, we will find the remains of an old Iberian settlement from the 6th century BC.
* Platja Sa Riera – Begur
Caminos de ronda of Begur
Divided into 3 sections, you can almost completely discover the coast of Begur and its eight completely different coves, showing a different landscape in each of them.
- Section 1: De Platja del Racó a Sa Riera
- Section 2 : De Aiguafreda – Sa Tuna – S’ Eixugador
- Section 3 : De Platja Fonda a Aiguablava
* Platja de Riells – l’Escala
Camino de ronda – From playa de Riells in l’Escala to St. Martí d’Empúries
The route has a low difficulty, the approximate time is 50 minutes (one way), it is mostly flat, so it could be done perfectly with the whole family, both on foot, as roller skates or by bicycle. We will go by the beaches most beloved of l’Escala, Riells and the Promenade of the Petit Príncep, the Platja del Port d’en Perris, the Platja Central or les Barques, La Mar d’en Massana, the cove De la Creu …