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PLATJA PORTO PI TOSSA DE MAR COSTA BRAVA

BEACH PORTO PI

The cove Porto Pi on the Costa Brava is about 350 meters long, its sand is medium thick, golden, and usually has a beach bar during the summer. The area occupied by this beautiful bay south of the center of Tossa, is also known as Martossa, by the name of the urbanizations that are located.

BEACHES TOSSA DE MAR COSTA BRAVA

Access: Easy walk / By boat
Length: 355 meters
Width: 30 meters
Occupation: Low
Promenade: No.
Foundation: Yes
Nudist: No.
Signposted accesses: Yes
Rescue signs: Yes
Parking: Intercity (Lloret-Tossa Line 1.5 km)
Access adapted for the disabled: No
Washbasins: Yes
Showers: No.
Public telephones: No.
Trash cans: Yes
Umbrella rental: No.
Hammock rental: No.
Kiosks: Yes

This beach is difficult to access by land because it is located just below a cliff. It is located in the same bay as the beaches of Llorell. It can only be accessed by sea or walking on the rocks from the beaches of Llorell.
The bay of Llorell is known for the great atmosphere that is breathed in summer. Cala Llevadó, is the busiest part. However as we head south, and specifically to Porto Pi, the influx is smaller.
We will observe that the beach of Porto Pi is differentiated by a rocky outcrop. Bathers love to climb to contemplate the views of the entire bay. That is why this is also an ideal area for snorkeling. The waters are very clean.

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BEACH SA CALETA

Sa Caleta beach is located just where the Paseo de Lloret de Mar ends, following Lloret beach in the direction of Castell d’en Plaja, the beginning of the Camí de Ronda towards Tossa, which will take us through different coves and corners.

Access: On foot / By car / By boat

Length: 110 meters

Width: 10 meters

Occupation: Alt

Promenade: Yes

Composition: Sand

Type: Golden

Nudist: no

Signalized accesses: Yes

Rescue signals: yes

Parking: Urban

Access adapted for the disabled: No

Toilets: Yes

Showers: yes

Public telephones: no

Bins: yes

Rental of parasols: No

Hammocks: no

Kiosks: No

Diving areas: No

With about 110 meters in length and up to 50 meters in width on average, Sa Caleta has traditionally been a refuge for fishing boats that we can still see today on its sand. Its sand, like all of the beaches in this area of ​​the Costa Brava, is golden and thick.

It is protected by the Castle of En Plaja, which rises in a privileged enclave above the cliffs that surround the cove. In fact it is a private home and it is not open to the public to receive visits.

It is a fairly tight cove, they must be shared between ballists, parasols and boats. The seabed is shallow but with great visual appeal.

Although it is a busy cove, it is much quieter and more familiar than the Lloret beach.

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Today I’m not going to talk about any specific place, but about someone in particular.

It was my friend Nina who told me about Matteo. A new friend of his, Italian, who met on his trip to the Dolomites.

  Well, Nina told me that her friend Matteo was planning to take a trip from the Dolomites (to get an idea of Venice up to the interior) to Barcelona on foot, yes, on foot ….

It was something that fascinated me, a trip whose destiny is the way to go, just like life itself … Without time more than the one that marks your steps when walking. And so we counted the days with Nina to find out when her expected visit was coming

And, after knowing him, I can say that of course, Matteo Piva, born in October of ’90, knew how to reach the top …. In the Town Festival of the town.

But before arriving here (Sant Feliu de Guíxols) his adventure was step by step. Pulling your cart while it is full of experiences in the course of your trip.

And who better than him to explain it:

“I left 3 months ago (May 5) from Pecol, a small town in the Zoldo Valley. The route was to go down to the city Belluno first, then to go up to Trento and back down through Lake Garda, then I passed through Lombardy and Piemonte. The first a heat of the host and many fields and the second many vines and beautiful places. Then I went through Liguria and from there I started

I started the Costa route … I entered France, I did before the blue coast and then the Camargue … The coast has an incredible sea and the Camargue is full of nature, horses, bulls, flamingos, that is to say along the coast until I passed the Spain / France front and here I returned home. Before all the small towns until arriving at the Cap de Creu and afterwards I always went down the coast until arriving at Barcelona. On August 5th💪 “Matteo Piva

When I met him I wanted ask him about his experience, which impelled him to travel on foot, and believe me, after talking with him, and following his adventure, I understand perfectly.

“I’m walking why I can enjoy any moment. Imagine, a car to do 30 km does in half an hour, I to do 30 km I’m all day. That is, imagine how many details I can see walking and why walking alone is the maximum expression of freedom. You can stop when you feel like it, eat what you want, when you want, you can do anything in your head. Only you decide and it’s incredible…🤩 and because from my point of view talking to people is the best way to get to know a town or a city and walking you can know all🤩 now the trip will continue, I will go north towards the Basque country and then the idea is to go to Portugal and we’ll see😂 “Matteo Piva

I just needed to ask him one thing more…

And you experience in the Costa Brava?

“The idea of ​​being able to see any town on the Costa Brava made me crazy, I was very excited that it was something of the other world and it did not disappoint me, it was something simply incredible. Each corner is a surprise, the sea has colours so beautiful that not to jump into the water would be crazy. The road from Sant Feliu to Tossa is simply spectacular. In my life I was lucky enough to see many places of dreams, but what the Costa has given me has nothing compared to anything. The coast also “created” some problems. Twice my poor cart broke, the shaft broke. But the good thing about these trips is that people are always available to help you so that your dreams can continue … “Matteo Piva

For all those who want to follow the adventure of Matteo, and I assure you that it is worth it, because nobody gets rooms with better views than him …

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BEACH OF TREUMAL

Located between Lloret de Mar and Blanes. It is the smallest beach of the four that offers the municipality of Blanes and the one that is farther north. Surrounded by a landscape declared Natural Area of ​​National Interest, such as Pinya de Rosa.

Length: 115 meters

Average width: 30 meters

Composition / Type: Golden Sand

Accesses: Easy on foot / By car: parking 350m away from Cala Santa Cristina / En Barco

Distance from the center: 3.5 km

Services: kiosks, ice creams, skates and hammocks rental

 Cala Treumal is located next to the botanical garden of Pinya de Rosa, in a natural environment formed by a pine forest. It also has the attraction of being separated by a large rock from another excellent cove, Santa Cristina.

The access to the cove is by a path well-conditioned from the public parking, when you go down you realize that the cove is really paradisiacal. The quality of this beach is recognized by obtaining the blue flag. Thus, Cala Treumal enjoys excellent services: sunbeds, parasols and skates, showers equipped with foot washes, and even a rescue station in the central summer months. And a restaurant that receives the same name as the cove.

From the cove you can take another walk to the sanctuary of the fishermen, the Hermitage of Santa Cristina. Located on the top of the promontory in the pine forest. And which can be accessed by a path that starts from Cala Treumal itself.

We must be aware that if we do not take care of our environment, there will come a time when many things we do will not be able to carry them out. Therefore, I urge you to respect all the places I show you, as if it were your house, as it is!

 

DELTA OF LA TORDERA. (S’Abanell beach final section)

Beach where nudism, naturism is practiced. Located in the Delta de La Tordera, between Blanes and Malgrat de Mar. Accesses: both sides of the Tordera (Riera) (dirt road, practicable partly with vehicle and final section on foot) From the end of the street of the campsites to 200m walking through the sand.

We must be aware that if we do not take care of our environment, there will come a time when many things we do will not be able to carry them out. Therefore, I urge you to respect all the places I show you, as if it were your house, as it is!

TAXIS COMPANIES

If you do not want to drive, there’s no problem. Wherever you go, you can move around the Costa Brava with the taxi companies at your fingertips.

You can find a taxi stop in all locations.

 

We must be aware that if we do not take care of our environment, there will come a time when many things we do will not be able to carry them out. Therefore, I urge you to respect all the places I show you, as if it were your house, as it is!

PORTS

CRUISE PORTS

If you arrive by sea, the Costa Brava also welcomes you with open arms. Connect to www.costabravacruiseports.com for more information.

The port of Palamós is one of the entrance routes to the Costa Brava if you arrive by cruise. It is located in Palamós, a tourist, commercial and fishing tradition town, just one hour from Barcelona and with all the attractions of the Girona regions at your fingertips. Connect to www.costabravacruiseports.com for more information.

If you want to come to the Costa Brava on a cruise, the port of Roses is an excellent option. It is located in the town of Roses, a town of Mediterranean character, in the beautiful bay of the town. When you reach the mainland, you can start enjoying the surroundings: two natural parks on both sides of the town. Connect to www.costabravacruiseports.com for more information.

SPORT PORTS

 From Blanes to Portbou, the Costa Brava offers a wide range of small marinas and yacht clubs that delight Mediterranean lovers. If you are one of them, get ready to enjoy this wonderful coastline that is waiting for you.

  • Club de Vela BlanesBlanes
  • Club Nàutic AiguablavaBegur
  • Club Nàutic Cala CanyellesLloret de Mar
  • Club Nàutic Costa BravaPalamós
  • Club Nàutic EstartitL’Estartit (Torroella de Montgrí)
  • Club Nàutic l’EscalaL’Escala
  • Club Nàutic LlafrancLlafranc (Palafrugell)
  • Club Nàutic LlançàLlançà
  • Club Nàutic Port d’AroPlatja d’Aro (Castell-Platja d’Aro)
  • Club Nàutic Port de la SelvaEl Port de la Selva
  • Club Nàutic Sant Feliu de GuíxolsSant Feliu de Guíxols
  • Club Nàutic Sant Miquel de ColeraColera
  • Club Nàutic Sant Pere PescadorSant Pere Pescador
  • Marina EmpuriabravaEmpuriabrava (Castelló d’Empúries)
  • Port Esportiu de RosesRoses
  • Port Esportiu Marina PalamósPalamós
  • Puerto de PortbouPortbou
  • Canales de Santa MargaridaRoses

 

MARITIME CRUISES

In an open land to the sea like the Costa Brava cannot miss the offer of maritime cruises. The first sight of the beaches, coves and cliffs of the coast will make you fall in love and invite you to discover all its treasures.

 

We must be aware that if we do not take care of our environment, there will come a time when many things we do will not be able to carry them out. Therefore, I urge you to respect all the places I show you, as if it were your house, as it is!

AIR TAXI

You have the air taxi service from Girona-Costa Brava airport. The most exclusive and fastest way to connect with the main national and European destinations.

For who is interested in this service you can visit the website of the company that provides this service: http://centervol.es/

I inform you that if your emotions are aerial, you have an aerodrome on the Costa Brava

The aerodrome of Empuriabrava is located in the municipality of Castelló d’Empúries and for 30 years it has been the most important meeting place for skydiving enthusiasts on the Costa Brava.

It is one of the largest and most important parachuting centers in the world, with around 125,000 jumps per year. In addition, they have a pilot and skydiving school and jumps of different modalities are offered.

 

We must be aware that if we do not take care of our environment, there will come a time when many things we do will not be able to carry them out. Therefore, I urge you to respect all the places I show you, as if it were your house, as it is!

TRAINS

If you want to get to the province of Girona by fast route, you have an excellent option with the high-speed train (AVE and TGV), stopping at Girona and Vilafant stations. You can also count on the rail network to move through different municipalities of the Costa Brava.

We must be aware that if we do not take care of our environment, there will come a time when many things we do will not be able to carry them out. Therefore, I urge you to respect all the places I show you, as if it were your house, as it is!

CAR RENTAL

Move at your own pace along the Costa Brava. You can rent a car comfortably in the different companies that operate in different cities in the area.

It is the best way to reach the most hidden corners. Keep in mind that most beaches and coves do not have a bus stop. Then, the only way to get there is by car, whether it is rented, owned or by taxi.

Of course, from different populations you can access some of this beaches by taking a moderate route. And all the others after long walks.

If you finally choose to rent a car, I remind you to look at the fine print. Ask all your questions before taking the keys, everything that includes and does not include the contract you signed. And, above all, carefully inspect the vehicle before getting on it.