Confortel Caleta Park

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Platja de San Pol s/n, Sant Feliu de Guixols, Girona, Catalonia, 17248, Spain
Confortel Caleta Park
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Costs 28% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Travel from Girona Airport to Platja D'Aro

by todmordenfred

Booked a lst min all inclusive holiday to the costa on an allocation on arrival deal. Just been allocated Platja Park in Platja D'Aro and told transfare is not included in our booking. Looked on resort hoppa site to find that the cheapest reurn for two of us is £120.. Ouch thats more than the flights.
Is there a better, cheaper way for us to get to the hotel? We land on 10/10/2010 at 19:50, and we fly out on the 17/10/2010 at 14:35.

Any help with this would be very very appreciated.

Re: Travel from Girona Airport to Platja D'Aro

by puerto_lover

Waiting for any local help. meanwhile have a look at this page that could give some ideas :

Re: Travel from Girona Airport to Platja D'Aro

by puerto_lover

It looks like there is a bus from GIRONA Estació leaving at 20.45 and getting to PLATJA D'ARO at 21.30 on a Sunday evening. That seems to be the last bus on a Sunday. So it may be too late????
On return there is a bus from Platja D'Aro that leaves at 0945 and gets to CALDES DE MALAVELLA at 10.30 from where you can take a taxi according to the above web site. Or the same bus continues to Girona Estacion getting in at 10.50.

Thats' my quick finding.

Maybe somebody could recommend a local cheaper taxi service?

Re: Travel from Girona Airport to Platja D'Aro

by Belsaita

Platja d'Aro is about 40 km from GRO airport, so if you take a taxi (there will be waiting fro passengers) it should not cost more than 50€ each way. You don't need to book a transfer.
If your flight arrives on time and you only have hand luggage, you should be able to get the 20:30 bus, GRO airport is very small.

Re: Travel from Girona Airport to Platja D'Aro

by todmordenfred

Yeah, I think abus may be too late on arrival, and a taxi probably the better option. Will have a large holdal with myself but girlfriend will have a medium size suitcase.

Any recomendations on taxies then I suppose

Re: Travel from Girona Airport to Platja D'Aro

by puerto_lover

Look at the page on (Spanish airports) about Taxi:

Re: Travel from Girona Airport to Platja D'Aro

by todmordenfred

Ended up getting one of the many taxies from outside the airport arrivals area. Cost €46 as it had a €6 addition on it for Sunday evening.
Had the hotel book us a return as when we asked the taki who took us to the hotel for a card or a number he just pointed to hotel and said they would arrange a taxi. That was a mistake as the hotel used a local taxi firm who they must use for all guests wishing taxies. That cost us €50, and it was mid-day.

All in all, still a lot more expensive than a local UK taxi would charge for a half hour drive, but if there are 4 of you sharing, its a much better option than of getting a resort hoppa coach and having to possible change coaches or spending forever doing dropoffs in other resorts.

Travel Tips for Girona

TOURIST INFORMATION, language and maps

by mindcrime

The Tourist Info (pic 1) is located right at the beginning of Rambla de la Libertat you will probably begin to walk into the Old Town from here like I did. The friendly women provided us with a free map of the city and pointed us the main sites. They also informed about the museums/cathedrals, the times and the prices. The map was simple and just gave us a general orientation but Girona is a small town anyway

Some people dosnn’t speak English in town but if you know basic Spanish you wont have any problem. Of course, like in all town of Catalunya the main language is Catalan which sounds like a mix of Spanish and French. Most of the signs/menus etc have both languages.
Say “Hola” (hello), Gracies (thanks), Bon dia (good morning), Bona nit (good night) and most of the locals will be happy :)

If you want to visit the museums avoid Monday when everything is closed.

The Info is located by the River Onyar at Rambla de la Libertat 1, 17004 Girona.
Next to it is a kiosk full of newspapers and magazines (pic 2)

Maze of alleys

by bpwillet

I also love all the alleyways in the historic city. There are so many of them sometimes it is hard to remember which ones you were on already. They all zig zag around and are very unique. I am surprised and glad that they still exist this way after so long.

Temps de Flors

by Belsaita

The Girona flower festival "Girona, Temps de Flors" is one of the most important events in the city. This yearly event, held in the month of May, allows the town’s citizens, and the numerous visitors which Girona receives over these days, to see areas which are closed during the rest of the year (because they belong to private owners or because no activity takes place there) decorated with all kinds of flowers and plants.

It's truly beautiful. If you happen to be in the area by mid-May, you can't miss it.

Girona to Andorra - No Direct Transport !

by Pakistaniguy

Just wanted to tell you if you are planning a similar trip which i planned that it is not possible to arrive in Girona and directly go to Andorra. You either have to go to Barcelona first and then take a bus from there or you have to go to France and from their take a bus to Andorra. I personally checked if there is anything which is providing direct service between these two places but its not possible.


by prunila

972 203377 / 972 222323
c/ Doctor Carles de Bolós, 2, bxs. - 17003 GIRONA

972 221020
c/ Maluquer Salvador, 21 - 17002 GIRONA

TAXI MINUSVÀLIDS (discapacitated)
972 203377 / 972 222323
c/ Doctor Carles de Bolós, 2, bxs. - 17003 GIRONA



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Address: Platja de San Pol s/n, Sant Feliu de Guixols, Girona, Catalonia, 17248, Spain