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Sa Palomera is a rock formation that juts out into the sea and separates the Blanes bay in two. It is considered to be the point that marks the beginning of the Costa Brava.
It is an exceptional viewpoint that can be reached by a simple flight of stairs. Once at the top, we can enjoy a beautiful panoramic view that stretches from the port of Blanes to the mouth of the Tordera.
During the Blanes town festival in July, Sa Palomera is the setting for the annual fireworks competition, one of the town's most famous events.
The entrance door to the Costa Brava
Costa Brava has its gateway in Blanes, more specifically on the rock of Sa Palomera.
Blanes is a culturally rich town, a source of inspiration for many writers and artists. If we let ourselves get lost in its streets, we can enjoy its elegant nineteenth century houses and some interesting remains of Catalan Gothic architecture, among which the fabulous fountain, built during the 15th century, stands out.
Every year, at the end of July, one of the most emblematic events in Blanes and the southern Costa Brava is held: the International Fireworks Competition. A spectacle with more than a century of tradition that brings thousands of people to the town's beaches every summer.
Blanes also has a wide range of water activities such as kayaking or paddle surfing, which allows us to get to know its beautiful seafront first hand.