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11 things to do and see in Costa Durada area.

The Costa Durada is the coastline in Catalunya running south of Barcelona to the border with Valencia. The costa Durada is served by the Mediterranean corridor railway lines with trains running as a Rodalies service for the towns near Barcelona or as a Regional service for towns a little further away.

The GR-92 coastal path runs the whole length of the costa durada and it is commonly referred to as La Ronda or Camino de la Ronda. The GR-92 passes via the most picturesque fishing villages and towns like Sitges, El Roc De Santa Gaieta and Tamarit. The Costa Durada also has some amazing remote beaches and coves.

on this page I provide a summary of all the towns that can be visited as day or weekend trips along the Costa Durada. Clicking on any of the photos will take you to that attraction page which has detailed information on what to do and see in each town as well as maps of how to get there and where to stay. Some of these day trips are GR-92 walking activities along the best bits of this coastline.

Happy Exploring!

Wolfs Cave and El Torn Beach near El Hospitalet del Infant

Wolfs Cave and El Torn Beach near El Hospitalet del Infant

A Natural cave only accessible by the sea swimming 100m from a small beach. Beautiful long clothing optional beach backed by pine forest and mountains.

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Updated: Oct 11, 2021

Ametlla De Mar To Ampolla Coastal Walk

Ametlla De Mar To Ampolla Coastal Walk

17Km coastal walk from L'Ametlla de Mar to l'Ampolla via GR92 Passing beautiful small coves and beaches that are unspoilt by human activities.

Views: 405
Updated: Oct 11, 2021

St Vicens de Calders to Torredembarra Coastal Walk

St Vicens de Calders to Torredembarra Coastal Walk

An Easy 12.7Km Coastal walk from Coma-ruga to Torredembarra via GR92 passing the picturesque fishing village of El Roc De Santa Gaieta and many natural beaches.

Views: 358
Updated: Oct 11, 2021

Garraf To Sitges Walk

Garraf To Sitges Walk

Easy 15km walk via GR92 from Garraf port to Sitges passing an open mineral mine, farmhouses and small hamlets, a cement factory and coastal viewpoint with chapel.

Views: 331
Updated: Oct 7, 2021

Torredembarra To Tarragona Coast Walk

Torredembarra To Tarragona Coast Walk

18km costal walk Via GR92 from Torredembarra to Tarragona passing lighthouse, cliff views, roman ruins, watch tower, Tamarit castle, Waikiki beach, Arrabassada hospital ruin.

Views: 316
Updated: Oct 10, 2021

Sitges Beach Town

Sitges Beach Town

Beach town famous for its artists, LGBT and film festival. Sitges is host to carnivals, festivals, religious parades, a classic car rally and historic museum buildings.

Views: 308
Updated: Oct 7, 2021

Tarragona to Tamarit and Altafulla Coastal Walk

Tarragona to Tamarit and Altafulla Coastal Walk

An EASY 14Km linear Coastal walk via GR92 from Tarragona passing Abandoned Hospital de Arrabassada, Beaches, coves, watchtower, pine forest trails and Tamarit Castle.

Views: 291
Updated: Oct 11, 2021

Vilanova I La Geltreu Railway Museum

Vilanova I La Geltreu Railway Museum

Steam locomotive depot constructed turn of the 20th century. Since 1990, a child friendly museum of over 50 vehicles and filled with historic railway artefacts.

Views: 259
Updated: Oct 7, 2021

Sitges Maricel Palace

Sitges Maricel Palace

Spectacular palace built for the American millionaire industrialist Charles Derring by Miquel Utrillo between 1913 and 1918. The palace was built as a home and place for his art colection.

Views: 205
Updated: Oct 7, 2021

Sitges Cau Ferrat and Maricel Museums

Sitges Cau Ferrat and Maricel Museums

Former home of artist Santiago Rusinol transformed into a beutiful museum that exhibits his art and collections plus a broad collection of art from 1oth century to the first half of the 20th century.

Views: 193
Updated: Oct 7, 2021

Sitges Stampfli foundation Contemporary Art Gallery

Sitges Stampfli foundation Contemporary Art Gallery

Contemporary art gallery located in former fish market in Sitges. Opened in 2011 and founded by paintor Peter Stampfli and wife Anna Maria Stampfli.

Views: 170
Updated: Oct 7, 2021

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