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Costa Brava Day Trip From Barcelona

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Costa Brava Day Trip From Barcelona highlights

  • Wander through some traditional villages of the Costa Brava and experience the simplicity

  • Have fun on the boat trip across majestic cliffs and bay of the coast

  • Appreciate the architectural work of St. Roma church in Lloret de Mar

  • Grab the opportunity to visit the conventional fishing area of Sa Roqueta

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Barcelona Nord bus station
Carrer d'Alí Bei, 80, 08013 Barcelona, Spain

Costa Brava Day Trip From Barcelona cancellation_policy

  • If cancellation are made 30 days before the date of travel then 25.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
  • If cancellation are made 1 days to 30 days before the date of travel then 100.0% of total tour cost will be charged as cancellation fees
INR 65.107
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INR 65.5
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Costa Brava Day Trip From Barcelona overview

Activity Duration: 9 Hours

Activity Timings: 

  • Wednesday and Saturday: 08:45 AM

Activity Location: Barcelona, Spain

About:

Enjoy the breathtaking beauty of Spain's Costa Brava on a day trip from Barcelona with the help of an expert guide. Go along the rugged coastline of the Mediterranean Sea to explore charming fishing villages, hidden coves & sandy beaches. From cliff-top paths, enjoy stunning panoramic views & admire the medieval town of Tossa de Mar, the last fortified town on the Catalan coast. Stroll through the narrow streets of the old town, and marvel at the impressive walls and towers that surround it. Book the Costa Brava Day Trip From Barcelona and enjoy a scenic boat ride from Calella de Palafrugell to Tossa de Mar, soaking up the stunning coastal views along the way.

About the Activity:

  • Explore the beautiful city of Costa Brava, as you can see various landmarks and locations with mesmerising views.
  • Marvel at the stunning Modernist architecture of the Church of St. Roma in Lloret de Mar, a masterpiece of Catalan Modernism.
  • Enjoy a leisurely boat trip along the stunning Costa Brava coastline, passing by magnificent cliffs and coves with crystal-clear waters.
  • Admire the magic of the medieval town of Tossa de Mar, surrounded by impressive walls and towers that have stood the test of time.
  • Experience the thrill of fishing like a local on Sa Roqueta and have fun catching your own fish to be prepared in a traditional cooking session.
  • Book the Costa Brava Day Trip From Barcelona and hear the fascinating history of the region with the help of your guide.

How to Reach:

  • By Car: The activity location is 1.9 km from the city centre, it will take 9 minutes via the Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes route.
  • By Train: Reach at Barcelone-Arc de Triomf station, which is 250 meters away from the attraction. You can reach the activity located within a 2-minute cab ride.
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Costa Brava Day Trip From Barcelona faqs

How far is Costa Brava from Barcelona?

Costa Brava is 146.1 kilometres away from Barcelona if you are travelling via AP-7. This distance takes about 1 hour 40 minutes to reach the beautiful city. However, if you are travelling via C-17 and C-25 then the distance would be 189.9 kilometres, and it would take approximately 2 hours 12 minutes to reach.

What are the main attractions to see during a day trip to Costa Brava?

The main attractions to see during a Costa Brava day trip from Barcelona are the lively fishing village of Palamós, the charming seaside village of Llafranc, and the sprawling Greek and Roman ruins of Èmpuries. Some of the other attractions to see include the Medes islands which is a stunning archipelago of 7 islands besides the freshwater lake of Banyoles. 

Can I visit Costa Brava as a day trip from Barcelona?

Yes, you can have a Costa Brava day trip From Barcelona. A typical day trip Costa Brava from Barcelona will include stops in seaside villages like Cadaques, Begur, or Calella de Palafrugell, where you'll have plenty of opportunity to walk on the sand or cool down in the water. However, keep in mind that a day trip to Costa Brava from Barcelona frequently takes longer than 11 hours.

What transportation options are available for travelling to Costa Brava from Barcelona?

The transportation options available for Costa Brava Day Trip From Barcelona include bus, train and car. However, taking the train from Barcelona (Station) to Costa Brava is the most convenient option, as it only takes about 2 hours and fourteen minutes and costs €6 to €10 (INR 545- INR 909 approx). Alternatively, you can take a bus for €13-€19 (INR 1182 - INR 1727 approx), which will help you reach Costa Brava in approximately 2 hours and 23 minutes.

How long does it take to reach Costa Brava from Barcelona?

The time to reach Costa Brava from Barcelona depends on the means of transportation you are taking. It takes approximately 1 hour and 22 minutes to travel to Costa Brava from Barcelona via bus. If you take the train, though, you will get there in roughly 1 hour and 36 minutes.

Are there any picturesque beaches to visit in Costa Brava?

Yes, there are many picturesque beaches to visit on a Costa Brava Day Trip From Barcelona. You can visit Calella de Palafrugell beach, which is popular for its family-friendly atmosphere and clean, shallow waters, where you can take leisurely strolls. There is Cala Giverola, which rewards you with untamed, rocky cliffs, a wide variety of family-friendly watersports, and a gorgeous, turquoise sea. However, if you're searching for a beach with a laid-back atmosphere, nothing matches Playa de Aiguablava, which will wow you with its lush cliffs and variety of kid-friendly watersports.

What are some recommended activities to do in Costa Brava during a day trip?

There are tons of recommended activities you can participate in on a day trip to Costa Brava from Barcelona. Join a kayaking and snorkelling excursion with a guide to see the cliffs, islands, coves, channels, and caves of S'Agaró Bay. Or, you can go scuba diving in the tranquil seas around Lloret de Mar and feel the thrill of the sport for yourself. Other things to do include taking a deluxe catamaran out to see Cap Norfeu and Cadaqués or spending the day at the Marimurtra Botanical Garden.

Is it possible to enjoy water sports or boat trips in Costa Brava?

Yes, it is possible to enjoy water sports or boat trips in Costa Brava. For instance, you may kayak to explore some of the Costa Brava's most stunning nooks and visit the heavenly caves, bays, islets, and canals that are only accessible by water. Paddleboard your way to the tranquil waters of Cala Marquesa in Palafrugell or snorkel the pristine waters of the Medes Islands, home to an array of vibrant marine life. The Costa Brava coastline, however, provides numerous enjoyable boat cruises if you're looking for a unique and soothing family activity. In particular, a group sailing trip on a catamaran is an experience that you cannot miss.

Which are the other neighbourhoods in Barcelona I can visit?

The other neighbourhoods in Barcelona you can visit include El Raval, Barceloneta, and Gràcia. El Raval is also Barcelona's most diverse neighbourhood, especially if you're looking for lively nightlife and a more intimate party atmosphere. If you enjoy visiting beaches, Barceloneta is the area of choice because it is home to a large number of tapas bars and a bustling promenade. El Born, home to concept shops, creative studios, and a distinctly international vibe, competes with other trendy Barcelona neighbourhoods for the title. Another fantastic area for strolling, visiting bars, and taking in the vibe is Gràcia. It is one of the hippest neighbourhoods that has all kinds of eateries, from little tapas bars to Michelin-starred establishments. 

Which are the popular attractions in Barcelona I can visit with my family?

Some of the popular attractions that you can visit in Barcelona with your family include the spectacular Basilica de la Sagrada Familia, the breathtaking Font Mágica Fountain, and the Gothic Quarter. Other sought-after Barcelona sights include the Casa Milà UNESCO World Heritage Site and the Maritime Museum, which helps you delve deeper into the city’s maritime heritage. The Museu de l'Eròtica de Barcelona is another attraction you cannot miss in Barcelona because the collection here documents the evolution of eroticism through objects from across time. Lastly, if you're interested in Catalan modernist architecture, you must check out The Palau de la Musica Orfeo Catalana. An informative guided tour of the hall will let you learn more about art nouveau.

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