Time in port: 10:00-18:00
In the province of Girona, this attractive port has an interesting old town and if you’re a lover of sea food, you’ll find some of the best prawns here!
Discover some delightful hiking paths along its rugged coastline. With hidden coves and viewpoints that spread for miles you’ll be blown away by its scenery and stunning archaeological sites. A hike in Palamos is a definite good use of time for those who are able. – You can also hire bicycles if you prefer not to walk!
For families or couples just wanting to relax, this pretty port is surrounded by golden beaches complete with water sport attractions. Playa de La Fosca, a 20 minute walk from port, is a favourite with families as its clear crystal waters stay shallow until fairly far out! This beach also has accessibility ramps and lifeguards –ideal for anyone with lessened mobility.
If wanting to stay closer to your ship, Playa Gran is well integrated into the local town. There’s numerous restaurants and hotels along this strip with beach umbrellas and loungers available for rent. – If you fancy getting on another boat, there’s also some fun excursion from this point! Whether you use them as a water taxi to hop on and off at your most desired point, take a catamaran cruise or jump on one that has everything from DJs to trampolines onboard! – You’ll have lots of fun here.
Palamos is one of the best preserved fishing villages in the Costa Brava region.
Visit the Museu de la Pesca; only a 15 minute walk from port, and discover the islands fishing history through to today’s current practices. If you prefer to be a little more hands on, you can learn how to cook your own seafood dish at Espai del Peix! – Also only 15 minutes from port and just one minute from the museum!