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From Roses: Cap de Creus Natural Park and Cadaqués Boat Tour

1. From Roses: Cap de Creus Natural Park and Cadaqués Boat Tour

Explore the beautiful coastline of the Cap de Creus Natural Park on a boat tour. Sail along the coast spotting natural landmarks like Cat's Rock, Tamariu Cave, and the cliffs of Cape Norfeu. Enjoy some free time to explore Cadaqués before heading back to Roses. Depart from Roses by catamaran and sail by the Cap de Creus Natural Park as far as Cap de Creus headland. See all the highlights of the natural park; passing by the Cat's Rock, Tamariu Cave, the cliffs of Cape Norfeu, the Cave of Hell, and the lighthouse of Cap de Creus. Enter the scenic cove of Port Lligat. Here, you can see the house of the famous artist Salvador Dalí from the boat. Arrive in Cadaqués where you will disembark on the main beach, just in front of the old town. Enjoy 1.5 hours of free time where you can explore the beautiful village or grab some lunch. Afterward, hop back on the boat for the return journey to Roses.

From Barcelona: Costa Brava Coastal Path Hike & Tossa de Mar

2. From Barcelona: Costa Brava Coastal Path Hike & Tossa de Mar

After a 1.5 hour pleasant drive in an air-conditioned minivan, you will reach Tossa de Mar, located in the heart of Costa Brava. Get ready and start hiking across the famous Camí de Ronda coastline path. This trail connects all Costa Brava towns from north to south. Camí de Ronda will bring you to areas of great natural beauty. Enjoy unique views of the beautiful Mediterranean sea, breathtaking cliffs hanging over the sea and small hidden coves, where you have free time to swim in its transparent waters and sunbath. Fragrances from pine trees, rosemary and thyme will follow you along the way. The Camí de Ronda will bring you back to Tossa de Mar where you will enjoy some free time to have lunch. A traditional local restaurant can be booked for you. After lunch, you have the chance to visit Tossa de Mar, an ancient fishermen’s village with important historical background. Walk around the emblematic Vila Vella, also known as the old town, the sole remaining fortified medieval town on the Catalan coast dating from the 13th century. Behind the impressive city walls and defensive towers, you will find a labyrinth of narrow streets and alleys surrounded by beautiful white houses that give the town a true Mediterranean atmosphere.

From Barcelona: Hike, Snorkel & Cliff Jump in La Costa Brava

3. From Barcelona: Hike, Snorkel & Cliff Jump in La Costa Brava

Join us on the most beautiful coastal trails on La Costa Brava and create memories you cannot forget. We will walk along the historic and ancient path, La Camino Ronda. This experience is a mixture of exploration, adventure, history and culture. The excursion includes a moderate 5km coastal hike through enchanting coves, dramatic seaside cliffs, pine forests and one of Catalunya's most affluent neighborhoods. Throughout, we will stop for breaks to cool off and snorkel in the Mediterranean sea, ending it all with a meal of tasty tapas and refreshing drinks at one of the local restaurants. Heading north to Costa Brava by private air-conditioned van, we will arrive in the heart of La Costa Brava, surrounded by protected beautiful pine-forested sea cliffs. Parts of the 'Camí Ronda' go through narrow paths adapted for trekkers and walkers, which ascends and descends several times. On some occasions we also walk through sea promenades and beaches, natural and manmade stairs and flat paved paths. On our side we will be having stunning views of the Costa Brava Mediterranean sea, with its unique turquoise clear waters. We will go through pine forests and a protected coastal area which includes the marine reserve, perfect for refreshing ourselves with a snorkeling, swimming and of course a couple of safe, not too high cliff jumps (ask more about these if you need) This trail is easy and fun for beginners, however, you still need to be able to walk up rugged sloped paths. Upon reaching our final stop, we'll sit down together in a local restaurant for a menu del dia. We have several routes in La Costa Brava, especially designed so that you can make the most of the charms of the Costa Brava but trying to adapt to most levels. Thus to say, it's not a fullon hiking day. This is also not a cliff diving or snorkeling tour per say, they are just 2 refreshing and adventurous small parts of this tour.

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We did the 5.5 hours trip Roses to Cap Creus. Every moment enjoyable. Great fun day out. Brilliant views. Crew fantastic, food tasty, a lots of soft drinks or sangria served with the meal included in the price. Enough time to swim and eat on board. Music was good, low key party feel but def not a booze cruise, no forced fun. Very inclusive, enjoyable for all the members of our family - Mum, Dad and teen. Highly recommend

Great time! Great organization! Top atmosphere Unbeatable value for money Lunch very good, simple but fresh! The catamaran accommodates a maximum of 80 people, but you have room for shipments to install very easily. No problem with places! Musical atmosphere ;)

It was a very nice tour to Cadaques with a swimming/snorkeling stop in between. Our children and we liked it very much. Water and coke was even included in the price. I found a beer for 2 euros more than ok. We can definitely recommend the tour!

All great, a great experience. We really enjoyed it and would do it again. Both the captain and the sailors very nice ❤️

Nice moment at sea … a crew at the top Super value for money To advise