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Walk along the hiking trail Camino de Ronda in S’Agaro

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We invite you to stroll along Camino de Ronda in S’Agaro – without exaggeration, the most beautiful hiking trail of the Costa Brava. It passes along the seashore around the elite residential complex S’Agaro Vell and famous hotel Hostal de la Gavina.

The first houses in the prestigious urbanization S’Agaro were erected from 1922 to 1924. Around the same time began the construction of a wonderful walking trail along the seashore. The Hostal de la Gavina opened its doors to visitors in 1932. Since then, the stream of people eager to relax here has not dried up year after year; and it is very, very prestigious to own an expensive real estate in Sagaro – you can easily meet one of the celebrities during a walk here…

Our path will take you from San Pol beach to Sa Conca beach, the path is very comfortable for walking, rather wide and level, which lovers of a healthy lifestyle enjoy with pleasure – along the way you will meet many runners and walkers😊. The length of the route is 1 km 800 m in one direction, but you still won’t be able to quickly get through – the breathtaking landscapes of rocky shores in combination with the azure color of sea water in countless bays and year-round fresh green Mediterranean pines leave no one indifferent, the best selfies are guaranteed! And if you’re lucky – you can see squirrels, which are found here in abundance …


The first foto shows the views of the bay of Cala del Barco.
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Walk along the hiking trail Camino de Ronda in S'Agaro
Inaccessible rocky shores in the bay of Cala del Barco.
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View of the loggia located on a plot belonging to a chalet called Senya Blanca – this was the first luxury villa in Sagaro, designed by architect Rafael Masó in 1923. The loggia itself was built by the architect Francesc Folguera in 1949 in the style of the Italian Renaissance.
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A hiking trail disposes to unhurried and leisurely walks; stunning views of the Costa Brava come from almost anywhere.
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We continue our walk, approaching the bay of Cala Pedrosa.
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View of the bay of Cala Pedrosa from the other side.
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The famous Sagaro observation deck with an octagonal gazebo. Here you can often meet newlyweds, as well as photo shoots for fashion magazines.
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In April, wisteria blooms violently in Sagaro. Beauty is extraordinary, and the smell is indescribable!
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A stone staircase leads down to the wonderful sandy beach of Sa Conca, which receives the Blue Flag almost every year; this is a prestigious international mark confirming the high quality and cleanliness of the beach.
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A detailed photo report can be admired following the link – Walk along the seashore in S’Agaro. And be sure to check out the photos and the story about the walking trail leading from S’Agaro to Sant Feliu de Guixols!

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