11 Feb Visit Calella de Palafrugell
For a fantastic, authentic location in Costa Brava, look no further than the ancient fishing village of Calella de Palafrugell, which offers tourists great beaches and beach weather all-year round.
If you would rather avoid those parts of the Spanish coastline that are regularly invaded by mass tourism, Calella de Palafrugell offers a more charming and calm experience, characterised by narrow cobbled streets and steep-tiled roots.
This fishing village will give you and your family a true Costa Brava experience, unspoiled from the commercialism of popular Spanish resorts.
You will feel unique, uplifted, and inspired by the spirit of the locals.
What to do in Calella de Palafrugell?
The village is an ideal place to get there walking and cycling. Calella de Palafrugell is an exceptional place to explore the rocky coastline with small coves in the north of the “Castell village” or to go cycling to the also famous village of Llafranc.
During the summer months, there are a variety of events to check out.
The Cap Roig Music Festival takes place in the nearby Cap Roig Botanical Gardens, an idyllic landscape to enjoy different styles of live music.
The Church of Sant Pere also hosts a variety of summer concerts, which are arranged by the Joventuts Musicals de Palafrugell, offering great options for live music fans while touring the area.
One of the best-known local events is the yearly ‘Cantada d’Havaneres’ festival, where thousands of locals meet on the Port Bo beach area.
The True Costa Brava
There truly is something for everyone in Calella de Palafrugell.
Whether you wish to rent an apartment for the whole family, go hiking with friends or have some calm by the sea, this ancient village is the perfect place to relax and unwind.