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Camino de Ronda, Costa Brava

Categories: Geologic Formations, Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.9/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web
Once a trail network designed to combat smugglers, Camino de Ronda is today a footpath connecting many popular beaches along Spain’s Costa Brava. Originally built in the late 19th century by Spain’s Civil Guard, the path constitutes 1.5 km (.9 mi) of Spain’s larger national coastal route. Admire the trail’s foliage and rock formations, and stop for a photo-op at one of its many designated viewpoints. Grab a drink at one of the oceanfront bars at the Sa Conca beach. Make sure to wear appropriate footwear, as sections of the walk can be steep and rocky. It may not be suitable for those with mobility issues. To visit Camino de Ronda on your trip to S'Agaro, use our S'Agaro vacation generator.
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  • A fantastic walk along the coast via mountain paths. Sometimes alternate with paved trails. Very nice and soothing.
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  • beautiful walkway along the side. great layout, view on sea, coves and rocks. Possibility to swim in tiny coves (calas) weather. We were the part between the Sa Conca Beach and the beach of SantPol, but the camino ronda continues after the beach of Sant Pol to work around Sant Feliu de city. too good.
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  • We visit the place with 2 dogs and a baby and a kid on 2 years old. Beautiful walk, there are some stairs, but it's possible to walk with a baby carriage and then lift it up the few stairs you meet. I...  read more »
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