Medieval Costa Brava
Free cancellation · 65€ children of up to 14 years old
Medieval Costa Brava
Come discover the most beautiful villages on the Costa Brava. Stories of pirates, Indians, counts and wars… Enjoy the essence of the true Empordà!
Where: Baix Empordà
Languages: en ca es pt
Schedule: 9:30 – 17:00
Duration: 7.5 hours
The best that the Baix Empordà has to offer in one day! We will start the morning visiting Peratallada. One of the best preserved towns in Girona, we will enjoy the tranquility of its streets before most tourists arrive.
We will then continue towards Pals, a well-known medieval village on a hill overlooking the Empordanet. There we will gon on a guided tour through its ancient streets while discovering its history, lifestyle and the reason for many things.
Eventually we will go to Begur, a village very different than the previous two. We will be able to appreciate the influence of the Indians, emigrants returning from the American colonies, and see the people from a lookout point as we leave.
We will end the day in Calella de Palafrugell, the quintessence of the Costa Brava. Here we will have free time to swim, have lunch on the beach and do a little Camí de Ronda by the sea to the next town, as fishing and picturesque as Calella: Llafranc.
Highlights of the Medieval Costa Brava day trip
Dive into most picturesque images of the Baix Empordà and the Costa Brava
Stroll through the center of Peratallada before you wake up
Enjoy the streets and life of Pals through a guided tour
Discover Begur and its medieval and Indian past
Have lunch by the sea in Calella de Palafrugell and try to listen to habaneras
Walk along the Camí de Ronda to neighboring Llafranc
What’s included in the Medieval Costa Brava day trip
Transport in a private vehicle
Accompanying guide in English
Guided tour in Pals
Pick up and drop off at your accommodation
Pick up Points
We can pick you up in any of the following:
Accomodations in Girona city
If inside the Old Town (Barri Vell), pick up will be at the Cul de la Lleona or Plaça Catalunya
Girona train and bus station
Accomodations en route: between Girona and Peratallada, via Celrà
Frequently Asked Questions
Does this day trip operate on any day of the year?
Unfortunately, no! We depend on the opening days of the House-Museum. The Dalí and Cadaqués day trip does not operate on the following days:
Every Monday between the 1st of November to the 14th of June
From the 20th of December to the 15th of March
In what language is the day trip?
Our day trips can be, depending on the guests, in English, Catalan, Spanish and Portuguese simultaneously.
At what time does the day trip start?
All our day trips start at 9:30. This means that, at the earliest, we will pick you up at this time. If we’re collecting more people, you will be informed of your exact pick-up time.
How long is the day trip?
The Medieval Costa Brava day trip is, approximately, 7.5 hours long. We leave at 9:30 and get back at 17:00.
What's the vehicle like?
Depending on the time of year and demand, the vehicle can be a 9- or a 5-seater van.
Is there a limit of people in the group?
Being a day trip in a vehicle, we are limited by its number of seats. The biggest group will be 8 people plus the driver, who is also the guide.
If you are a larger group, contact us and we will arrange transportation!
Interested in a Private Tour?
If you want more flexibility, a guide and a vehicle exclusively for your group, you can book this day trip as a private tour.
This way we can enjoy a much more personalized experience, adding other visits or removing what you’re not interested in. It is a good option for groups of more than 8 people, where we will need special transport. Send us a WhatsApp or an email and we will get back to you right away.