- Duration of the route: Aprox. 2h
- Distance: Aprox. 6km
- Childrens: Yes
The starting point of the route will be the municipality of Platja d'Aro, where, before starting, if you like history, you will not be able to miss the historical nucleus of this population. That is why, one of the places of interest that you cannot miss is the Vila Romana de Pla de Palol, a Roman village founded in the 1st century BC and that has been preserved to this day.
Once you have visited the first town, you will go to Platja Gran to start the route towards Sant Feliu de Guíxols.
The next town on the route will be S'Agaro, where, you can stop at Cala Sa Conca, a beach with coarse sand, located in a residential area and full of services such as showers, a bar area, etc. To take a short break and at the same time, enjoy the views that surround it.
You will continue the route until you reach the next stop before leaving the town of S'Agaró. Cala Pedrosa, a small cove formed by stones and crystal clear waters.
Finally, you will arrive at Sant Feliu de Guíxols,a town that takes into account both active tourism to enjoy sports and adventure, as well as cultural tourism to enjoy the architectural heritage such as the Ermita de Sant Elm, a small chapel from the 13th century where from there you can enjoy the panoramic views of the Bay of Sant Feliu de Guíxols.
Once there, you can recharge your batteries in one of the restaurants in the town, before heading back to the starting point.