Medieval towns of Pals and Peratallada

Having the scooter allowed us to discover Llafranc neighborhood even further, so we headed inland from Aiguablava beach, to see the medieval towns. First view spot was outside the little town of Begur, with its 16th century castle. This time we just had a look at the town´s scenery from afar. While the road along the... Continue Reading →


Cruising North from Llafranc, Tamariu and Aiguablava beaches

If you have some time to spend at Llafranc and are not up for spending your full day on the beach(at least not on the same one), it is a great idea to rent a scooter and visit some nearby beaches. We headed off discovering Northwards. Scooter really is a great way to travel in the neighborhood... Continue Reading →

Hike to Cap Roig botanic gardens

Southwards from Llafranc goes is a picturesque hiking trail. The aromatic pine trees surround the walking trail going along the coast, built on the side of the rocks. Just about a quarter of an hour walk away is the neighbor town of Calella de Palafrugell (that of course if you dare to rush past the charming scenery... Continue Reading →

Quietly picturesque Llafranc

Next stop after Figueres and our base-camp over the next few days was the picturesque little town of Llafranc. Early September when the kids had returned to school and most of the tourists finished their holidays, the season was winding down and coming to an end. This was a perfect opportunity to  avoid the crowds.... Continue Reading →

Dali Theatre Museum

Beginning of the month took me on a wonderful Catalonia mini break in Spain which I will talk about over next few travel posts. One thing I most definitely wanted to do is visit the Dali museum. Turns out there are at least three of them in Catalonia! Salvador Dali was originally from that area,... Continue Reading →

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