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Getting There

Hotel Terramar

Passeig de Cipsela 1, 17211 Llafranc, Girona (Spain)

Airport

Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat Airport (BCN) 

Once You're There

Once You're There

We’re excited to share a few of our favorite places in the area with you

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Camins de Ronda

The route of Camí de Ronda is a path made for walking along the ancient path in the seaside of the Costa Brava.

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Far de Sant Sebastià

El Far de Sant Sebastià presides over a 170-metre-high cliff in a rugged corner of the Costa Brava. It takes its name from the nearby Llafranc lighthouse and the 18th-century Chapel of Saint Sebastia.

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Girona

Girona is well-known for its medieval history, being one of the many medieval towns and cities in Costa Brava. It also has a rich Roman past. The Força Vella Fortress was built by the Romans in the first century BC. It remained unchanged until the year 1,000, and today you can still see parts of the walled fortress.

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