Cl Josep Tarradellas 56, Blanes, 17300, Spain
More about Blanes
dont know the name but its a stunning flower!
Sun protection products.
Rooftop Patio at Porta Nova Aparts.
Is it possible to travel to and from Girona Airport to Blanes by train and if so
how often do they run and is the station far from the airport
You know there is a bus from Girona Airport to Blanes (takes about 1 hour)? http://www.spanish-fiestas.com/barcelona/girona-airport.htm
Apart from the Ryanair bus you can also get a bus to Llanes and change there http://forum.virtualtourist.com/discussion-201737-1-1-Travel-1-266768-Girona-discussion.html
There is no train station at Girona Airport, so you would have to go into Girona first, from there it's about 35 minutes by RENFE Rodalies train to Blanes - I didn't get anything when clicking on regionals renfe here http://www.blanes.net/mobilitat, but I believe you have to change at Maçanet/Maçannes See also http://www.publiblanes.net/Movilidad_de_Blanes.htm
You can take a direct bus from Girona airport (GRO) to Blanes, it tooks 35 min:
Otherwise, you should take the bus from GRO to Girona (20 minutes), and from there a train to Blanes. I don't know the details for this, but it not make much sense anyway.
RE: RE: Transport
Ops... gaminari aswered while I was typping!
I'd take the bus direct from the airport. We took a train from Malgrat to Girona and were stranded at Macanet for about an hour before our connection came.
If you don't fancy the ryanair bus, do a google search for airport coach transfers as there will be several companies working this route.
Wow... that should be what they call a 'resurrected thread'!! ;)
Travel Tips for Blanes
A Scenic Drive to Tossa del Mar
We took a short and very scenic drive to the nearby resort of Tossa del Mar for lunch.
It's quite a windy drive and there are some stop off points to take photos of the views.
This little town is closed in by wooded hills has some lovely little coves and beaches, although it wasn't warm enough to sit out when we were there (mid March)...
There is a castle on a hill from which you have panoramic views, narrow cobbled streets, small shops and some very nice restaurants. The hotels are lowrise.
We ate at a lovely restaurant (I think it may have been Es Moli, see my rest. tips).
A very enjoyable day out.
The annual festival of the Pelegri de Tossa, on January 20 and 21.
Festa major is celebrated on June 29.
Market on Thursdays.