The coastal path between Calella de Palafrugell and Llafranc is one of the many examples of the coastal paths along the Costa Brava. It is one of the most accessible walks and takes about 20 minutes at an average pace. It is less than a kilometre and offers spectacular views of the coast.
One of the characteristics of this section is the fact that it is not very high above sea level and the rocky formations descend until reaching the rocks that frame the beaches, where there are often bathers or fishermen. The plant life consists of pine trees, bushes, agave and beautiful cactuses, in contrast to the blue background of the sky and the sea.
Starting in Port Pelegrí beach, the coastal path between Calella de Palafrugell and Llafranc crosses the urban promenade, the photogenic Carrer de Les Voltes, goes through the courtyard of Casa Rosa and follows the Canadell Beach promenade. When you can start to make out the Bay of Llafranc from the coastal path, you will be able to see the famous Sant Sebastià Lighthouse to the north. Llafranc consists of a single sandy beach and faces the urban centre and its busy promenade.