Hotel del Teatre | Calella de Palafrugell

 

ENVIRONMENT

Calella

 

Calella de Palafrugell is located in an amazing location, between rocks crowned by pine forests and coves of transparent waters. The fishing village where Josep Plà spent his summers has endured over the years and maintains its whitewashed houses, its boats on the beach and its postcard appearance. Its coves, its promenade, its terraces and its restaurants make it a must-see.

To the north, the Paseo de Ronda leads to Llafranc, in just 20 minutes, walking between the sea and the pines. To the south, the walk takes us to the next Cape Cap Roig where is located the Botanical Garden, known for its famous music festival. The Cantada d’Havaneres is also internationally famous, bringing together thousands of people on its beach every year to listen to the nostalgic melodies of Caribbean origin settled in the Costa Brava.

 


 

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Begur


The mountains of Begur rise against the Hotel del Teatre. On the highest part you can see the ruins of the castle of Begur and the foothills of the mountain of the village.

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Llafranc


Llafranc is a fishing village that has grown just enough to wrap its small bay between rocks with a small promenade, pleasant terraces, small summer houses and hotels with a family atmosphere. At the end of the beach we find the port, protected by Monte de San Sebastián, from where diving excursions depart to explore the rocky coast and the Formigues Islands.

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Peratallada


Peratallada is one of the Jewels of the Baix Empordà region. This walled town has retained its original medieval structure. Inside, the castle with its homage tower, and the Romanesque church of Sant Esteve presided over the alleys and squares where time seems to have stopped.

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Pals


Near the Hotel del Teatre, the town of Pals rises, a restored and well-preserved walled enclosure. Only the Torre de las Horas remains of the castle, a beautiful example of a Romanesque fortress tower. Throughout the nucleus it is also possible to admire several Gothic buildings, such as the current House Museum of Underwater Archeology Ca la Pruna-housed in a medieval fortified center with two towers-and the church of San Pedro.

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ENVIRONMENT

Calella


Calella de Palafrugell is located in an amazing location, between rocks crowned by pine forests and coves of transparent waters. The fishing village where Josep Plà spent his summers has endured over the years and maintains its whitewashed houses, its boats on the beach and its postcard appearance. Its coves, its promenade, its terraces and its restaurants make it a must-see.

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Regencós


Regencós is located on the southern slope of the Quermany mountain, whether they come from Palafrugell, Torrent or Pals, Must Pass by the village Of Regencós to go to Begur and its wonderful beaches and coves.

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