At this level the coast forms a bay between Palamós and Sant Antoni de Calonge, a part of the town of Calonge. South of it lies the town of Castell-Platja d'Aro, including Platja d'Aro, a big tourist resort which has grown alongside a wide beach. Situated to the south are S'Agaró and the town of Sant Feliu de Guixols, which lies to the north-east of the Ardenya Massif. ; "Wild Coast" or "Rough Coast") is a coastal region of Catalonia in northeastern Spain, consisting of the comarques of Alt Empordà, Baix Empordà and Selva within the province of Girona.
La Concha seaside is part of a charming town that is filled with elegant Belle Epoque-style architecture and is nearly overflowing with excellent eating choices. The seaside itself is tucked away in a sheltered bay and has even generally been referred to as probably the most beautiful metropolis seashore in Europe.
It presents definitely probably the greatest beaches in Costa Brava – extensive, long and with splendid views. It is quite crowded and very lively, so it’s perfect for fun holidays with a lot of actions, however not should you look for peace and quiet. Nowadays, they are a few of the Europe’s best and most scenic footpaths along the sea, connecting sea towns and beaches all alongside the coast of Catalonia, Spain.
Behind the row of bushes, there is Platja d’Empúries, one of many longer and smaller sandy beaches of L’Escala. Dominated by extraordinarily lovely, large castle, this town is probably probably the most recognizable sea resort of Spain.
Protected by the mountainous countryside, La Concha is a big 1350 meters long and as it is affected by tides, there’s more than sufficient room for everybody to enjoy its beauty. The extensive house means there is also plenty of room within the mild sea for paddling and swimming – or perhaps you can strive kayaking out to the island. L’Escala was the first place I’ve ever visited in Spain and I’ve stayed for three weeks, so I comprehend it nicely. What makes this resort of Costa Brava famous are the extensive ruins of the ancient metropolis of Empúries, based by Greeks and subsequently expanded by Romans. This huge and necessary archaeological space is located by the sea.
The River Ter pours its water at this level, near a small archipelago known as Medes Islands. Further south, following a stretch of beach and marshlands, are the towns of Pals, Begur and Palafrugell. At this point the Gavarres Massif meets the sea, with a coast marked by rugged cliffs, small bays and seashores amid coastal villages such as Aiguafreda, Fornells, Tamariu, Calella de Palafrugell and Llafranc. The city of Palamós, further south, is a major commercial and fishing port.
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