Camino de Ronda, S'Agaro

Must see · Geologic Formation · Wildlife Area
Once a trail network designed to combat smugglers, Camino de Ronda is today a footpath connecting many popular beaches along Spain’s Costa Brava. Originally built in the late 19th century by Spain’s Civil Guard, the path constitutes 1.5 km (.9 mi) of Spain’s larger national coastal route. Admire the trail’s foliage and rock formations, and stop for a photo-op at one of its many designated viewpoints. Grab a drink at one of the oceanfront bars at the Sa Conca beach. Make sure to wear appropriate footwear, as sections of the walk can be steep and rocky. It may not be suitable for those with mobility issues. Plan to visit Camino de Ronda during your S'Agaro vacation using our convenient S'Agaro trip itinerary builder.
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  • The Camino de Ronda goes all the way from S'Agaro to Playa d'Aro (ca. 8 km), but there are shortcuts. A comfortable seaside path along an impressive granitic coast and alongside large Spanish holiday....  more »
  • We walked from Tamarui to Calella de Palafrugell which took us five hours with stops at the Saint Sebastian lighthouse for a drink in the bar and Llafranc for a late lunch. The walk which is well...  more »

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