On this tour, you are going to visit the Girona coast, christened 100 years ago as the Costa Brava (wild coast). This name is due to its unique rocky, rugged and cut shape coastline, composed of small coves surrounded by pine forests and lapped by crystal water.
Its natural wealth and beauty is apparent in several territories and protected areas, such as Cap de Creus, the Emporda Marshes and the Marine Reserve Medes Islands.
Costa Brava is also famous because of its villages. Small fisherman towns with whitewashed walls and narrow winding streets, still retain their charm today.
This area has historically been a point of entry, transit, and settlement for different cultures and civilizations that have each left their own footprints.
In this half-day tour, you will discover the southern part of the Costa Brava visiting two villages that represent the essence of that coast. They are opposed to each other but, at the same time, complementary, and after few hours after leaving Barcelona, you will go back with a complete idea of what Costa Brava is.