Walking “The Beach Walk” In Costa Brava, Spain

Whenever I visit a beach, I always go for a walk. Whether it’s through the entire length of the sandy area, the shallow water, or a boardwalk, I find a walk is always necessary for me.

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That’s why it’s no suprise that I had to experience “The Beach Walk” during my time in Lloret de Mar.

It extends to beaches and covers kiometers. It reminds me a bit of the Bondi to Coogee walk in Australia. More cliffs and coves though in Spain!

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I did not make it through the entire walk, but I’d say I did a great portion of it. You will witness many others walking, families, friends, couples or solo travelers.

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The coves from above show clear waters with fish playing. Castillas are seen along the way and there are eve. hidden staircases to be found.

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This was one of the best walks I have ever gone on. I would recommend one or two days depending on where your walk would start to cover the entire path.

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Sunset walks are recommended!

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Have you gone on the Beach Walk?

2 Replies to “Walking “The Beach Walk” In Costa Brava, Spain”

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