Hotel Sant Roc is located in Calella de Palafrugell, an old fishing village on the Catalan coast.
Located in the middle of a rocky coast dotted with small coves, Calella de Palafrugell is one of the few towns on the Costa Brava that still retains the charm that existed in the area before the arrival of mass tourism.
Traditional, calm, nostalgic, wild, authentic … these are some of the attributes that describe one of the most beautiful towns in Catalonia.
Coastal paths (caminos de ronda) offer spectacular panoramic views of the beaches and coves of the Costa Brava.
A walk or hike through these paths is a unique experience to admire the natural beauty of the region.
The Camino de Ronda is the coastal path that runs along the Costa Brava, from Blanes, in the South, to Portbou, in the North. Its construction date is uncertain, but it is a historical path created with the aim of communicating the different towns, beaches and coves of the coastline.
Currently, the Camino de Ronda has become an important tourist attraction, known for the natural beauty of its surroundings and spectacular views of the sea.
The beaches and coves of the Costa Brava are admired for their incredible natural beauty.
Along the Girona coastline, you will find from extensive golden sandy beaches to small coves hidden behind the cliffs.
The rugged landscape that characterizes much of this coastal area attracts thousands of tourists, hikers and divers every year.