You will depart Barcelona at 9:00am and drive just under 1.5 hours northeast to a beautiful stretch of beach called Platja de Castell. This is the starting point of your 3 to 3.5 hour coastal hike (approx. 7km) that takes place along one of the most pristine segments of the Costa Brava. As you follow the trail heading north, you'll find yourself walking through ancient history as you pass through the ruins of a 6th century B.C. Iberian village perched on a little peninsula overlooking the crystal clear Mediterranean. Continuing on the cliff-top path, you'll be rewarded with amazing views of countless tiny coves and beaches below. At times, you and your group will wind down through secluded coves and beaches where you can stop to relax, have a snack, and swim and/or snorkel, for those who are interested. The hike comes to an end in the charming, white-washed fishing village of Calella de Palafrugell where you'll enjoy a great lunch at a seaside Mediterranean restaurant.