Palamos is located in the heart of Costa Brava. It is near the coastal mountains and is washed by the clear seawater. There are many things to do and places to visit while staying in Camping Palamos.
Beaches & Coves Platja de Castell is a wide sandy beach enveloped in tall pine trees and a natural landscape. You will find ruins of the ancient Iberian Castle on this beach. Cala Margarida is one of the most well-known beaches. It is a shingle cove located near the center of the town. It has a rocky seabed, shallow water, and a mooring where small craft can anchor. Cala Estreta is a sandy beach with clear, shallow water. Its seabed is a combination of rock and sand. You can reach this beach through the same road that leads to Platja de Castell. La Fosca is another beautiful beach known to locals and tourists. It has a center of fine sand that is surrounded by dark rocky stretches of land. La Fosca is also called the Dark Beach.
Leisure & Recreation Water sports are most famous in the beaches of Palamos. You can go scuba diving, snorkeling, sailing, canoeing, windsurfing, and water skiing. You can rent a motorboat or kayak, go on a boat ride, take a horseback, ride a quad, or join a balloon fight. You can also take part in face-painting, drumming, bubble-blowing, flamenco, rumba, and craft workshops. If you love hiking, you will enjoy the beautiful sceneries of the GR-92 route and Via Verde. There is a wide stretch of quiet roads for bikers to delight in. Runners and walkers will love the miles of remarkable coastline. At the end of the day, you can relax in your own Safari tent rental.
Cuisine Catalan cuisine is varied and rich. It is typically Mediterranean consisting primarily of fish and other seafood served with olive oil, rice, pasta, olives, and fresh vegetables. Try some traditional dishes while on holiday, most recommended are Escudella I Carn Dolla, a vegetable soup with chicken, veal, and pork; and Pa Amb Tomaquet, a classic cuisine that consists of rustic bread which is usually toasted, dressed with salt and oil, and rubbed with fresh tomato pulp. These delicious breakfast fare can also be served with tortilla, sausage, or ham.
Culture Palamos is home to several fine churches and castles. The Fishing Museum (Museu de la Pesca) in the old fishing port exhibits fishing materials and boat-related artefacts that local fishermen used in the old times. Its an interesting place in Camping Palamos Spain where you can learn a lot about the fishing history of the place.
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