Playa de Aro Travel Guide

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Playa de Aro Things to Do

  • Beach

    At the time we arrived there (sunset), it was almost empty, with the calm and relaxing look, common at those hours. During the day, with all the people I saw walking in the streets at night, transferred to the sea side, it must become another massively occupied good beach, in the warm coast of Spain.

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  • Dinamic spirit

    The town of Castell – Platja d'Aro i S'Agaró offers a wide selection of tourist services, high quality shopping, cafeterias, restaurants and hotels; a famous night-life with a multitude of pubs and discotheques; and a wide range of entertainment with theme and aquatic parks and cinemas. The dynamism of Platja d'Aro continues all year long thanks to...

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  • The beach

    The seafront of Platja d'Aro is a dreamlike area of endless beaches and small coves to be discovered.Lovers of nature and open spaces can find a large beach like the Main Beach, in an urban setting, to small corners like Cala dels Canyers where the water and the trees practically touch leaving a narrow strip of sand for only the most privileged...

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Playa de Aro Restaurants

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    by sdias Written Sep 26, 2003

    This restaurant is located in the building I stayed, this year in P. Aro.

    I spent a lot of time in the balcony of the appartement enjoying the sea view, and it was almost impossible not to notice the wonderful paellas passing by.

    Favorite Dish: Paella, paella and paella

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Playa de Aro Nightlife

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    by sdias Written Sep 26, 2003

    Very good music, not a typical spanish disco: please check out its URL www.900houseclub.com

    Dress Code: no special dress code

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Playa de Aro Transportation

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    An August rainy day

    by sdias Updated Sep 30, 2003

    There are several options to go to Platja d'aro from the airport: the most inexpensive one is the bus.

    BUS
    U can go to the city centre (Barcelona) by aerobus or taxi (16Euro +/- plus 2Euro per luggage) and then go to the Estacion du Nord (Arc du Triomphe).
    There u can catch the bus from the company SARFA. the 1h30 min. trip costs 10 Euro (aprox.)

    www.sarfa.com
    Telf: 972 82 67 87

    BY TRAIN
    I only did this once, and it goes like this: from the airport to BCN's centre it's like above, but u go to the Estacio de Sants. There, u catch the train to Girona, and then the bus with SARFA to Platja d'aro. I think it's more expensive and it takes longer to get there.

    BY Plane

    There are flights directly to Girona (+/- 30 Km from P. d'Aro) operated by Ryan Air www.ryanair.com

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Playa de Aro Shopping

  • The options are amazing there...

    One of the main tourist attractions of the town is its shopping offer, recognised around the country, as it concentrates and extensive and diversified proposal that enables the visitor to enjoy a wide variety of diverse establishments: fashion, accessories, music, souvenirs, furniture... and much more.An addition to this unlimited offer, the...

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  • Bags to die for!

    There are so many bag shops in Playa D'Aro that I thought I had died and gone to heaven. There were big bags, medium bags, small bags, designer bags, casual bags, leather bags, colourful bags, cheap tacky bags (but the less said about them the better) and evey other bag you would want. If you have the money, there were some really good buys on...

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Playa de Aro Sports & Outdoors

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    by venteeocho Written Oct 3, 2007

    The town of Castell – Platja d'Aro i S'Agaró, as part of its wide range of attractions, offers the possibility of practicing a multitude of sporting activities in public municipal installations (Sports and Congress Pavilion, Auditorium, Municipal Football Field...) or private installations (bowling, golf, tennis, swimming pool...).

    During the year the Department of Sport and Youth organises a considerable range of activities to encourage physical and sport activity on an ongoing basis (Municipal Football School, Multi-sports Program, Beach Fun...) or special events (20 and 10 Km walks, Swimming, Beach Rugby 7x7...).

    Apart from the municipal initiative a large number of sports clubs open their doors to active participation in numerous proposals of various types, making sporting activities an active choice for leisure.

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