Camí de ronda
Platja de Sa Conca
Camí de ronda de S'Agaró
Cala de Vaques

S'Agaró’s Camí de Ronda

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S'Agaró’s Camí de Ronda links the beaches Racó de S’Agaró and Sa Conca along the GR-92 track. Together with the 19th century urbanization, was declared a Cultural Good of National Interest in 1996.

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  • Typology
    Anti-clockwise circular
  • Difficulty
  • Duration
    1 hour 35 minutes
  • Slope
    126.00 meters
  • Distance
    6.14 km
  • Theme
    Architecture and environment
  • Activity
    By foot
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In addition to its architectural and landscape values, the Camí de Ronda is a privileged sidewalk of Costa Brava’s geological heritage. The geology of this coastline ‘stretch’, together with its ease to access it, makes this walk a true open-air museum that allows you to discover a rich variety of rocks, structures and reliefs.

This trail owns the award of tourist quality “Itinerari Blau” (Senderos Azules, which allows the connection between the beaches of Sant Pol and Sa Conca, both qualified with the Blue Flag marker, in addition of its remarkable geological interest.

Parallely to Camí de Ronda, runs the Via Brava of Platja d'Aro itinerary, which is signposted and marked from Easter until mid-October, and allows experienced swimmers to enjoy and safely explore the coastline from the sea. This marine itinerary, the Via Brava of Platja d'Aro, begins at El Racó beach and reaches Cala Sa Conca, it is 2 km long. For more information:

We invite you to make this unique journey that will take you from the depths of the Earth to the seaside.



-You can leave your car near the S'Agaró barrier or the beach of Sant Pol.

-Cala Sa Conca must be crossed through the sandy area. 


-If you decide to walk on the rocks out of the Camí de Ronda (by the sea) you have to pay attention to the waves. 


-The whole year


-Comfortable footwear

-Sun protection during hot days. Cap, cream and sunglasses.

-It is recommended to wear rubber shoes. Rocky coves are usually covered with algae that, when entering the water, can make you slip. 

Other equipment:

-At Platja de Sa Conca there is a beach bar from Easter Week until September 30.

-In the summer season, there are public toilets on the beach of Sa Conca (same season as the bar)

-S'Agaró’s roundabout has an elevator platform that facilitates access for disabled people with reduced mobility from Escala de la Gacela to Plaça del Mirador (about 600 meters). You must go to the access control point of the urbanization of S'Agaró, where the key and the code will be provided. For more information: Tourist Information Office in Castell-Platja d'Aro 972 81 71 79


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The Sant Pol beach

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The Sant Pol beach has undergone an intense urban transformation, but the coastal dunes are still recognizable (fine sands accumulated by wind and fixed by vegetation) between the seafront and the...

Colony gavians

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The Punta d'en Pau 

Punta d'en Pau is separated from the mainland by a narrow and shallow water channel, fitted between vertical walls. These seagulls are called “freus”, and in many cases, they are...


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Despite the rocky coast adverse conditions, with little developed soil, between the urbanization and the area where the waves break, there are still species of plants that find little zones where to...

S’Agaró’s Viewpoint

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In the construction of S'Agaró Camí de Ronda many foreign rocks were used. The most abundant are travertines that come from quarries in the Banyoles area, in Pla de l'Estany, the so-called stone of...

Pinewood Scrub

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These slopes of Puig Pinell had to be bundled with vineyards. With the arrival of the phylloxera plague this use was abandoned and many properties were planted with oaks and pines. The current...

The S’Agaró’s Church

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The S’Agaró’s Church was built in 1941. Its author, Francesc Folguera, based his ideas on those from Rafael Masó, when constructing it. Consecrated a year later and dedicated to the Virgin of Hope...

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