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Summary for Costa Brava La Ronda Aiguablava to Begur castle town DAY 3

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"Costa Brava La Ronda Aiguablava to Begur castle town DAY 3"

Day 3 of a three day walking route along the most beutiful section of the costa Brava via the GR-92 trail known as la Ronda. Start in Aiguablava or Fornells and end in Begur.

Address: Fornells, Fornells. 17255

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Train/Bus Fare Entry Ticket Additional Information
Adult 19.85 Euros Free
Child Free
Group/Family Ticket:
Notes: Bus Begur to Barcelona 19.85 Euros
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About Costa Brava La Ronda Aiguablava to Begur castle town DAY 3

Views: 239. Updated: Oct 6, 2021 by: Barcelona Travel Hacks

This three day walking (and swimming!) activity that traverses what I think is the most beautiful part of the GR-92, la Ronda between Palamos and Begur. The route passes via many small coves and beaches as well as the most stunning white fishing villages such as S'Alaguer, Callella de Palafrugell, llafranc, Tamariu, Aiguablava, Fornells, Sa Tuna and Aigiafreda before turning inland to finish at Begur.

This blog covers Day three from Aiguablava/Fornells to Begur, a distance of 14km.

Starting in Aiguablava and fornells the trail follows an inland track up a forested hill that gives spectacular views of the coastline. After passing over the summit of the headland the trail gets a bit boring as we pass through several coastal urbanisations. Fortunately the trail soon picks up the coast again with a path over the Begur headland and dropping down into Sa Tuna. this is one of my favourite villages on this section of coastline because of the coloured houses and beautiful beach. I recommend swimming here and getting some patatas bravas.

Eventually leaving this village the trail continues along the coast to Aiguafreda. This is a small cove with a slipway used for boating and other water sports. This is the last part of the three day trail that is on the coast so the last opportunity to swim. From here the route takes a forestall trail inland to Begur castle and town. Begur is an old medieval walled town with great restaurants and plenty of old buildings and boutique shops.

It is at Begur where the bus back to Barcelona can be taken.


About La Ronda coastal trail

The GR92, Gran Recorrido 92, also known as La Ronda is a coastal path that runs along the Mediterranean coast of Spain. The section down the coast of Catalonia is 583Km long.

On the Costa Brava, it starts at Portbou, goes around Cap de Creus, through the Aiguamolls de l'Emporda Natural Park, over the Montgri Massif and Les Gavarres Massif, until reaching Lloret de Mar. From there the trail goes up through Montnegre-El Corredor Natural Park towards Santa Coloma de Gramenet, and crosses the River Besos and Collserola Mountains.

It dips back down to the sea at Garraf County and continues along the coast until Tarragona, before going inland again at Ampolla. Finally, it crosses the River Ebre at Amposta and continues until reaching Ulldecona, on the border between Catalonia and Valencia.


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"Costa Brava La Ronda Palamos to Calella de Palafrugell DAY 1"

Costa Brava La Ronda Palamos to Calella de Palafrugell DAY 1

Day 1 of a three day walking route along the most beutiful section of the costa Brava via the GR-92 trail known as la Ronda. Start in Palamos and end in Callella de palafrugell.
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"Costa Brava La Ronda Calella Palafrugell to Aiguablava DAY 2"

Costa Brava La Ronda Calella Palafrugell to Aiguablava DAY 2

Day 2 of a three day walking route along the most beutiful section of the costa Brava via the GR-92 trail known as la Ronda. Start in Callella de palafrugell and end in Aiguablava or Fornells.
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Visiting Costa Brava La Ronda Aiguablava to Begur castle town DAY 3

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My Recomended places to swim between Aiguablava/Fornells and Begur on day three are on Sa Tuna beach and Aiguafreda cove.

Take at least 3 litres of water and a full bottle of suncream

Getting To Costa Brava La Ronda Aiguablava to Begur castle town DAY 3

The North of the Costa Brava is not served by a rail line so the best way to get to these remote fishing vilages is via bus.

SarfaBus-Moventis operate route 100 which covers some of the towns along this section of the coast.

Doing this as a three day trip means that it is viable to get the bus.

Day 1: Get bus to Palamos and walk to Callella de Palafrugell or LLafranc staying overnight.

Day 2: Walk from Callella de Palafrugell or LLafranc to Aiguablava or Fornells staying overnight.

Day 3: Walk from Aiguablava or Fornells to Begur getting bus back to Barcelona.

Note: The times on my bus route map are valid on the day that I did this trip and SarfaBus-Moventis may change times depending on demand. Use the below link to consult times and prices. Outbound journey on day one is from Barcelona-Estacio Nord to Palamos-Sarfa. The return bus stop in Begur is Begur-Plaza Forgas to Barcelona-Estacio Nord.

Barcelona-Estacio Nord is the main bus terminal near Arc de Trimfo. See the publi transport guide Estacio Nord tab for more information.

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