“Camí de Ronda” and the “Camí de Mar” Project

Welcome to the Catalan Costa Brava, a paradise of stunning coastal landscapes, hidden coves and picturesque villages. On this occasion, we would like to talk to you about the “Camí de Ronda” (coastal footpath), a network of paths that winds along the coast, offering spectacular views and access to remote places that would otherwise be inaccessible. Here we focus on the trails that start in Sant Feliu de Guíxols and Platja d’Aro, two jewels of the Costa Brava where our hotels are located: Eden Roc Hotel & Spa and Hotel Montjoi in Sant Feliu de Guíxols; and Cap Roig Hotel & Spa and Marivent Apartments in Platja d’Aro.

The “Camí de Mar” Project

Before looking at the individual routes, it is important to understand the context of the “Camí de Mar” project. This project, in which we have recently been included as collaborating members, aims to connect the sections where there is no access to the “Camí de Ronda” , from the “Costa Vermella” in France (Argelés) to Malgrat de Mar. The vision is to create a circular route that allows hikers to walk several stages from start to finish and return to the starting point by train. It is an initiative promoted by a large number of people, companies and associations on the Costa Brava who have joined forces to offer nature and adventure lovers a unique experience and, above all, to protect the environment.

The “Camins de Ronda” of Sant Feliu de Guíxols and Platja d’Aro

Sant Feliu de Guíxols and Platja d’Aro are two municipalities on the Costa Brava that are known for their beautiful beaches and coves, their rich history and their Mediterranean atmosphere. Camins de Ronda” start from both points along the coast.

“Camí de Ronda” of Sant Feliu de Guíxols

The “Camí de Ronda”, which starts in Sant Feliu de Guíxols, offers an exciting coastal adventure. From the harbour of Sant Feliu, the path winds along the coast, past impressive cliffs, small hidden coves and Mediterranean forests. Hikers can enjoy panoramic views of the Mediterranean and discover secret corners where nature is at its wildest.

One of the highlights of this route is “Cala Vigatà”, a small cove with crystal-clear water surrounded by cliffs, perfect for a refreshing swim after a walk. Another interesting place is the Sant Feliu lighthouse, which offers breathtaking views of the coast and the surrounding landscape.

“Camí de Ronda” of Platja d’Aro

On the other hand, the Camí de Ronda, which starts in Platja d’Aro, also promises an unforgettable experience. From the lively beach of Platja d’Aro, the path follows the coastline and leads hikers past impressive cliffs, pine forests and secluded coves.

One of the obligatory stops on this route is “Cala Sa Conca”, an enchanting bay with turquoise-coloured water surrounded by lush vegetation. Here, visitors can relax on the beach, swim in the crystal-clear water or enjoy a picnic with sea views.

The “Camins de Ronda” of Sant Feliu de Guíxols and Platja d’Aro are just a small part of the vast network of coastal paths that run along the Costa Brava. These routes offer a unique opportunity to explore this coastal environment, discover remote places and connect with nature in an intimate way. Whether you are a hiking enthusiast, a photography enthusiast or simply looking for adventure, don’t miss the opportunity to explore these impressive trails and immerse yourself in the magic of the Costa Brava. Get ready for an unforgettable experience, book your favourite accommodation with Brava Hotels and discover the Costa Brava on foot!