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“Perfect way to hike and enjoy the coastline all the time!”
Review of Camino de Ronda

Camino de Ronda
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Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
Reviewed 16 July 2017

Discovered the Camino thru the GR92 descriptions.
Easy to park your car at some spots close to the Camino.
No problem to do only parts of the Camino either!

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Reviewed 13 June 2017 via mobile

If you just want to walk a little bit, take this "Camino", you can even take children's with you. If you want to really walk around take the GR 92 on other places which are much nicer because more naturel. Where ever you take the "Camino" you will find amazing landscape

Thank Hugues S
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Reviewed 4 June 2017

This is a walk way consisting of stairs, coves and pocket beaches up and down the coastline . It extends for miles along the Costa Brava. It is not for those who are unfit or disabled. Absolutely beautiful!

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Reviewed 28 April 2017

Wonderful coastline with many bays and emerald sea. I wish we had a day to spend here and do a longer hike.

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Reviewed 18 April 2017

The perfect blend of natural beauty, adventure, history, wonderful accommodation, delicious local cuisine, and friendly people. The Cami de Ronda is a 230 km trail stretching along the picturesque Costa Brava coastline from Lloret de Mar (north of Barcelona) to the French boarder. There are many access points and a wide variety of terrain, including flat seawalks in resort towns, steep rocky trails through pine forests, scenic staircases hugging the coastline, and sandy beach walking. Depending on the section you choose and the time available, it could be an afternoon stroll or multi-day hiking trip. The trail is very well maintained and well-marked. (Keep an eye out for the red and white parallel lines which indicate you are going in the correct direction, if the red and white lines are crossed you have taken a wrong turn.) We chose to hike the most scenic and popular section, called the ‘Baix Emporda’, equipped with a 30 liter backpack, sturdy walking shoes, a flexible schedule and no reservations. We visited in Sept 2016, shoulder season, and easily found great accommodation at reasonable prices. We spent 7 days on the trail, only travelling by foot. Most of the hiking is quite easy for someone with reasonable fitness. The most difficult part was from Platja Fonda to Begur as it is all uphill.
Getting there? We took the SARFA / Moventis bus from Barcelona to Sant Feliu de Guixols, and spend the first night at the charming Can Segura Hotel… with time to explore the town, marina, and the monastery. We set out early the next day, and picked up the trail at the far north part of town, behind the marina….keep an eye open for the red and white lines painted on the roadway and poles. (Note: Sant Feliu de Guixols is also kilometer zero for the Via Verde, rails-to-trails path which heads inland and connects Catalonia to the Camino de Santiago)
Along the Cami de Ronda, you’ll discover historical sites, picturesque fishing villages, resort towns, secluded coves, pine forests, naturist beaches, and friendly people - the common Catalan greeting is ‘hola bon dia’. We enjoyed daily swims in the ocean, and marveled at the trail construction. It originated as a route to patrol the coast from pirates, and to connect fishing villages… later it became an escape route to France during the Spanish Civil War. We ended our hiking trip in Begur and took a bus to Palafrugell, then on to Girona. Along the Cami de Ronda we discovered so many beautiful, interesting spots … it would be a long list to name them all… enjoy the trail – it’s a wonderful adventure.

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