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Costa Brava and Girona Day Trip from Barcelona including Easy Hike: Small groups
"Once you are picked up from a centrally located meeting point in Barcelona you will first head to Costa Brava - a coastal area near Barcelona famous for its beauty. You will admire its amazing rock formations clifts and cristal turquoise sea water. Once arrived to the unique Costa Brava you will enjoy an easy hike through the amazing coastal path and you will discover old fishing villages and hidden beaches that are only accessible by foot. You will also admire the astonishing views from cliffs (Please note that even though the hike inc it is not recommended for individuals who have difficulty walking). Afterwards we will head to Girona where you will have time for lunch (not included) and enjoy the local cusine if you wish. Then you will enjoy a pleasant guided walk along the historic medieval quarter where you will be able to admire its historical Jewish quarter (one of the most well preserved in Europe) and the astonishing Cathedral
From EUR79.00
 
Girona and Besalu Jewish History Tour Private
"Your 7-hour private adventure begins when a friendly professional guide picks you up at your hotel and begins the journey to the city of Girona. Home to a historic Jewish quarter Girona has steep steps old streets and barri vellshops to charm and delight the visitor. Despite the expulsion of Jews in 1492 from the area today the ‘call dels jueus’ remains in the same location it has been since the Middle Ages. Break for lunch and chose to buy something in town or just wander the streets before continuing on to the small country village of Besalú. This town has b arches stone houses and shops that still sell local handicrafts and goods. Don’t forget to pass over the striking Romanesque bridge that provides access to the town over the Fluvià river
From EUR275.00
 
Girona and Costa Brava Private Day Trip from Barcelona
"As you leave Barcelona your private day trip heads first to Girona a city with a long history believed to be founded around 76 BC. The river Onyar neatly divides the city in two separating the old town from the new. The city has a rich architectural heritage and you’ll see evidence of this in the 11th-century cathedral and the Roman walls which you can stroll along. Or wander the narrow streets of the old town
From EUR110.00

More Sports & Outdoors in Palamós

Like karting ???

If you're one of those peope wantingto do something other - meaning sports - than just going to beach (to get sunburned).... here's something for you. We went riding "kart". It's a great and funny...
MartinaH
Mar 22, 2004

windsurfing /sailing

There is a sailing club in Palamós.And at the end of december, in Palamós will held the "Christmas Race", a well-known international sailing race.
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Helena1962
Apr 13, 2005
 
 
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Passeig del Mar s/n, Palamos, 17230, Spain
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Av de la Llibertat, 79, Palamos, 17230, Spain
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Avenida President Macia 12, Palamos, 17230, Spain
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Josep Pla S/N, Palamos, 17230, Spain
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Platja Castell 12, Paratge Torre Mirona, Palamos, 17230, Spain
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Ctra. de la Fosca, 24, Palamos, 17230, Spain
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Things to Do Near Palamós

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Beach

To get to the beach at Lloret we had to run the guantlet through the shopping street which lead here. Not a great experience since you are accosted on all sides by people trying to ply their tourist...
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Arab Baths

We thought it would be much bigger, since there was quite a lot photos from it. It was actually quite a small place, and it took about 15 to 10 min for us to visit it, even if I took lots of photos....
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Passeig de la Muralla

Built between 9th and 15th Century, these Medieval walls surround a big part of the Girona Historic centre. Accesible at quite a few points, you can go up and walk along it, enjoying the spectacular...
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El Call - Jewish Quarter

The part of the old town which is the old Jewish quarters is called the Call. During the medieval time this is were the Jewish community lived and here they had the synagogue, the butcher selling...
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River Onyar

The bridges over river Onyar are a nice way to walk from one side (Barri Vell) to the other (Eixample) and gives you great opportunities for photos of the colourful houses. There are 11 bridges in...
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Museu del Cinema

We weren´t sure, should we visit it, but then it happened to be free museum day (maybe it is every first sunday of the month?) and we went. Nothing to loose then. We were glad we did. Maybe it wasn´t...
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Top 5 Palamós Writers

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Helena1962

"My Hometown Palamós"
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MartinaH

"Palamos - a little place at the Costa Brava"
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LanaFromRiga

"Palamos - the town with fishermen's charm"
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DanielF

"Palamós"
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davidlop

"A good reference point"
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