Tossa de Mar-Sant Feliu de Guíxols

The road that connects these two coastal towns is great to drive with your rental car or even your rental motorbike. It is full of charming coves such as Cala Pola, Cala Giverola, Cala Futadera and Cala del Senyor Ramon. They are small hidden coves with the clearest waters on the entire coast. Becoming essential places to visit. Half an hour from Sant Feliu de Guíxols is Calella de Palafugell, one of the most beautiful and charming towns on the Costa Brava. This village connects with the circular path, and about twenty minutes away is Llafranc. You can also drive to Tamariu to stroll through the streets of this old fishing village and enjoy Cala Aigua Xelida. A beautiful cove with turquoise water. A great area for kayaking and snorkeling.

You also can't miss the Sant Sebastià de la Guarda Lighthouse, located 2 kilometers from Calella de Palafrugell, on a cliff more than 170 meters high, to marvel at the sunset.


There we find Platja d'Aiguablava, which is well known for its shades of blue, and also Platja Fonda, which you can walk along the Camí de Ronda, for two hours there and back.

In Begur there is the Carmen Amaya Lookout where you can see the whole town from above and also its famous Castle, the Indian houses and the defensive towers of the medieval period.

We also recommend the spectacular Platja d'Illa Roja, which gets its name from a large rock in the center of the beach and the reddish color of the sand.

Pals and Peratallada

You can also choose to go with your rental car through the most original inland medieval towns in Catalonia.

Pals, located 10 minutes by car from Begur, is characterized by its stone houses and streets that transport you to medieval times. It is also where the famous hippie stall market is held, with food trucks called White summer in the month of August.

Peratallada is one of the favorite towns, of the medieval towns where its cobbled streets are best preserved. The experience will not leave you indifferent.


Famous for its anchovies. It is worth visiting and discovering its old town and other points of interest inside. You will also find a path that takes you to the Ruins of Empúries, a large Greek and Roman archaeological site.


It is the town that makes you fall in love with the fishing boats, the white houses and its streets full of unique restaurants and shops. The meals they make there won't leave you indifferent either. And with your rental car you will reach the top, at Cap de Creus. One of the best places in Catalonia to see magnificent sunsets or dolphins jumping into the sea.